Dan St. Yves

Dan St. Yves

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The prospect of taking one of those Virgin Air millionaire flights to the moon instead of commuting to and from work is looking downright economical by comparison.

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As limited as my handyman skills have always been, there was an ironic period of my life when I was in the commercial heating and ventilating business. I spent several years as a budding apprentice sheet metal worker.

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In the mid 1970s, scientists unthawed a frozen caveman that had been found in the foothills of Alberta. As the befuddled caveman came to understand...

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What if humour columnist Dan St. Yves had an advice column, like Ann Landers, but for real estate professionals? Well, it would probably look something like this.

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As a former Realtor, one of the things I will confess to missing the most is the ability to view inside interesting homes, if they’ve captured my attention while driving by.

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I think it was way back in the 1970s when a best-seller came out on “dressing for success”. Ostensibly, clothes made the man. The...

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Nothing does more to paralyze a potentially great salesperson than fear. How about instead we introduce a few new ones to paralyze you? And for the record, I’m not making any of these up!

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Bugs of all sorts bother me now, not just the kind that present legitimate challenges for home sellers and buyers. We’ve had a huge problem at home lately with wasps on our deck.

Elizabeth Moss and Tom Hiddleston in High Rise. (Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures)

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Putting the disturbing in dystopian, Ben Wheatley’s new film High-Rise takes a sobering look at class structures, most specifically between the haves and the have-somewhat-lesses.

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Nothing sells like great real estate slogans, or at least that’s what marketing and branding professionals suggest. But what if you’re just not all that prolific with verse, or you’re non-creative when it comes to crafty comments?