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Internal Door Locks Buying Guide

2021-09-14
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Calgary Sees Tentative Return of Rebounding Luxury Home Market
Calgary's luxury home market continued its tentative rebound in 2017, but fewer buyers were willing to shell out for the city's most posh pads or a glut of pricey condos, according to year-end data from Sotheby's International Realty Canada.Deep-pocketed Calgary homebuyers snatched up 677 homes valued at more than $1 million last year, reports the luxury realtor, an 11 per cent rise from 2016, with levels nearing the crest of the city's last boom in 2014.But while last year's sales of opulent abodes mark the third highest in the past decade, sales of homes priced over $2 million, along with luxury condos, dropped across the board.According to Sotheby's International Realty, only 54 properties with a price tag between $2 million and $4 million changed hands (an 18 per cent drop from 2016), and just two homes north of $4 million were purchased, half the number from a year ago.As well, thanks to an oversupply of condos on the market, only a dozen sales over $1 million were made in 2017, a 37 per cent drop.Mary-Ann Mears, managing broker with Sotheby's International Realty, said savvy sellers were able to benefit from renewed confidence in the economy to sell their million-dollar pads."There were some really good opportunities for people last year," she said."It really comes down to the motivation of the seller. Those individuals really read the market and adjusted accordingly."Just before Calgary's economy spiralled in the wake of plunging oil prices, Calgary home hunters set a record with luxury property purchases reaching 854 in 2014. The next year, sales plummeted to just 494, the lowest level since 2011.Single-family detached homes represented the lion's share of sales in the luxury sector, with 594 properties sold;however, attached homes saw the biggest boost in sales, with those listed over $1 million seeing a 58 per cent year-over-year increase.Mears said the numbers bode well for continued growth in 2018."I think we're still seeing an impact from the local economic challenges — real estate is that ripple that comes a bit later than other indicators," she said."But I think the indicators are showing us 2018 should be an active market."While well-heeled buyers might be showing more real estate confidence, Mears noted thatnew mortgage rules that came into force Jan. 1 are a wild card affecting those looking to join the million-dollar home club.Tightened rules require prospective homeowners who've made down payments of 20 per cent or more to pass financial stress tests. It's thought the new requirements could disqualify some 10 per cent of potential homeowners."When you add in new mortgage rules, we haven't seen the impact of that yet," Mears said."After we get through the first quarter (of 2018) we'll be able to review and see how it's going to affect things."n Twitter: @ShawnLogan40315 Pump Hill Cl. S.W.A gated mansion with 11,000 square feet of living space on 1.68 acres boasts a three-car heated garage, vaulted ceilings with open skylights and white marble flooring. Includes six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a penthouse and a 1,300 square foot master suite with a grand wood fireplace.Price tag: $12.38 million6 Aspen Ridge Lane S.W.Reduced in price from its originally listed $12.5 million in 2015, the Manor House features three stone-wrapped levels with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a 1,200 square foot patio. The estate's seven-car garage is topped with a 1,000 square foot carriage house that attaches to the main house with an enclosed galleria. 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Do you have any evidence that your third and fourth paragraphs are true? Has your boss told you "I think you're excellent, but I never talk to anyone above me, they just have a list of who wrote which features and that's how they give the raises out?" If so, leave that company, it's insane. Your boss is repeatedly giving you assignments that will lead to never getting a raise, while telling you that you're doing fine. Your boss would also be abdicating one of the most important functions of a boss: monitoring and reviewing the all around value of every employee (including things like cultural fit, leadership, office ambience etc.)Or, is this just how you think it works? Just a set of assumptions? Here's what I suggest you do. Ask your boss (email or in person) for a 15 minute meeting. In the meeting, say something like this:I know this isn't my review and I'm not asking for this meeting to be my review. You've told me many times that my work is excellent, and I'm always glad to hear that. But as the date for my review approaches, I can't shake off a worry that my raise will be based strongly (or even entirely) on the revenue I bring to the company, meaning features that are in the product. Since in my case that's none, I'm scared I'll get no raise, or a bad review. I want to avoid that.Then wait. Let your boss tell you how reviews work in your company. You may hear any of:That last one is highly unlikely, but I have to consider the possibility you work in an insane company.If in fact raises are mechanically determined based on features or bug fixes in the live code, this conversation gives your boss time to adjust assignments or merge some of your code in or whatever. If, as is far more likely, things just aren't that cut and dried (after all, this is a place that paid you to write some great stuff and then left it lying around because there wasn't time to integrate it - I find it unlikely they have the tools to let someone who isn't your boss determine who wrote what and hand out raises accordingly) then you will get your reassurance.If this chat takes less than 15 minutes, you could also offer:Would you like me to investigate a strategy for getting more of my code into the product, by adding tests to other people's code for a while and paying down our technical debt? Perhaps that would help our overall quality?But in a way, that's a separate conversation, since it's not really about "hey boss, how do our reviews work anyway?" which appears to be your primary concern at the momentI work for a software company. I have been on a project for nine months, and I have always been reassured by my first-line manager of the fact that my software increments would have been integrated into the system on a regular basis.Unfortunately, this hasn't been the case: the company is only able to react to customer bugs and feature requests but does not really plan, nor forecast. As we are always in a "state of emergency", there is no time to integrate and regression test my increments.I have asked whether the problem was with my work, and they were searching for excuses not to deliver it to the customer, but I was told I am an "excellent software engineer", that "my work is valuable", that I am the only one making unit tests (I do this to convince people that my software is stable and robust to corner cases) and other cheerful commendations.But at the end of the day, middle management and HR are not aware of what I have done and until it makes into a final product, I cannot claim my results, for excellent they might be.I have no time to lose, a family to take care of, and my salary/title will be reviewed in three months. People that have only fixed bugs and hacked up poor quality software deliverables are more likely to get a pay rise or a promotion, because their work "brought money to the company".How can I increase my 'visibility' and cause my work to make it into the final product?
Quickly Edit PDF Text
Quickly Edit PDF Text
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