I’m back with old-school condo hype! Forget the civic politics, liquidation economics or journalistic hyperbolics. (Still deciding what that means.) Forget it all because it’s time for Calera at Clayton Village.
If you’re part of the real estate armageddon set, you’ll get a kick out of the Calera legalese. For all those who find “pleasure” in lawsuits against deadbeat pre-sale buyers, you’ll enjoy this background on the mortgage promo:
Payment does not include interest, GST, CMHC fees, property tax, bank administration fees, and is based on interest only 3 year fixed term mortgage at 5.15%. Promotion is non-transferable and original purchaser must complete on home.
Message to flippers, stay away. Please. We don’t want to have to sue you.
According to the web copy, Calera is a quiet community that “beats an exhilarating modern pulse.” Any idea on meaning here? It could be cardiovascular or a fiesta of word garbage. This is harsh sounding, I know, but I’m ultra-sensitive to waste words. (Keep in mind I’m guilty of unnecessary verbosity so please do criticize me in the comments.)
I’ve always had a thing for ads with thought bubbles. I look at them as a fun challenge. If I could draw a third balloon, what would it be? For this one, I’d have a bag of money and the paperwork for a TFSA.
There’s nothing wrong with saving money.