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42 Q With regards to — Prior to the Garniers agreeing
43 on a price for their property, to sell their
44 price — to sell their property at a price, did
45 you suggest to them that the market was slowing
47 A I — I did advise them that the market was
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1 slowing, which in fact is — is true.
8 Q So you told them the market was — sales had
9 dropped? That’s what you said?
10 A Sales — The number of sales had dropped.
11 Certainly —
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40 Q But you told the Garniers that the sales had
41 dropped, right? When you were at their
42 office on — or when you were at their house on
43 February —
44 A Well, I — I told them, you know, the indications
45 were that the market was slowing down.
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29 Q Okay. If I could have you turn your attention
30 to — Are you familiar with the Real Estate Board
31 of Greater Vancouver? You must be familiar with
33 A Yes.
34 Q Okay. And they come out with a news release —
35 A Yes.
36 Q — every month?
37 A Um-hum.
38 Q Is that something you look at?
39 A Yes.
40 Q Is it online?
41 A Well, I don’t know whether it’s online or not.
42 It’s released — That information is released to
43 the news media on an ongoing basis, you know, and
44 the news media, to the best of my knowledge, may
45 or may not always publish it, but it is released
46 to the news media on a regular basis.
47 Q And it’s something you look at, obviously, —
1 A Yes.
2 Q — as a real estate agent?
3 Can I have you turn your attention to page
5 THE COURT: Exhibit 2?
6 MR. DAVISON: Exhibit 2, yes, My Lord. Thank you.
7 Q Do you have that, Mr. Hunter?