Weekly Blend: August 29, 2014

The Weekly Blend is your ‘weekly’ source covering real estate news and stories you may have missed. Our hard-at-work Weekly Blend crew scours the web, newsgroups and forums looking for obscure, bizarre, interesting and informative real estate (or real estate related) stories. If you have one you’d like to contribute, please post it in our comments section or Tweet about it using the hashtag #WeeklyBlend.

As your resident blender is away this week, I have the pleasure of being able to share this week’s picks.  I hope you enjoy.

In honour of the new school year, here are 9 cool and contemporary college buildings in Canada.

Speaking of school, classrooms = germs, right? With the new Sickweather app, avoiding areas of sickness and disease outbreak could get easier.

Last week, Jon shared a story about terrible real estate agent photos. This week, we take a look at real estate marketing gone wrong. (Really? A reference from Mom!?)

Familiar with Vancouver’s SkyTrain? Then you’ve likely already met (or are) one of these types of travelers.

And we thought we just had robots to worry about… but it looks like our future may involve ‘Living Skyscrapers’, too.

I wasn’t much of a ‘play with dollhouses’ kind of girl growing up… but if I had access to this Saskatchewan dollhouse, things could have been different!

For a mere couple million (or, in some cases, billion), you could have been the proud new owner of one of these 10 landmark buildings sold in the 21st Century.

Giants have descended upon Vancouver’s popular Granville Island.

Have you seen Toronto’s ‘Litter-Shaming’ campaign ads? Do you think they’ll work?

It took 1,100 photos to put together this time-lapse video of the rise of One World Trade Center.

Did you spend time on or near water this summer? According to this Huffington Post article, those of you who did will be healthier for it.

REALTORS®, for the very first time, the Certified Negotiation Expert® (CNE®) course is coming to Ottawa. Mark your calendars for September 22nd and 23rd.

Kylee Sauve, Director, Communications, leads a dynamic team of communicators, translators and designers in the execution of CREA's strategic priorities. Since starting her career with an internationally recognized non-profit organization, Kylee has gained more than a decade of communications experience. When not in the office, she can be found working on her house or yard with her husband and dogs.

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