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Finding the right home can be a difficult process but no matter what you are looking for as an experienced Vancouver, BC real estate agent I can provide you with the resources you need to make the home buying process simpler, from tools to estimate your mortgage payments, to buyer resources and articles that will help you through the home buying process.

Whether you’re buying or selling a home (or both), your success hinges upon the expert advice and services provided by your real estate agent.

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I’ve filled this website with tips and resources to help you quickly understand what you need to know — and how I deliver the services designed to meet your needs.

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Giving Buyers a Grand Entrance

The front door is usually the first feature of a house that buyers see and feel. How do you ensure it makes a grand first impression? That’s easy. Put on a fresh coat of paint. Replace worn or faded door handles and locks. Install a brass kick plate at the bottom of the ...

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BC housing market updated, February 2018.

Metro Vancouver* home sales dipped below the long-term historical average in February. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in the region totalled 2,207 in February 2018, a nine per cent decrease from the 2,424 sales recorded in February 2017, and a 21.4 per cent ...

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BC budget includes new real estate taxes and spending commitments

BC budget includes new real estate taxes and spending commitments Housing was the dominant issue in today’s provincial budget. The government released a 30-point housing strategy aimed at reducing housing demand, curbing tax fraud, building affordable housing, and increasing security for renters. New tax measures include increasing property taxes and property transfer ...

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In BC Budget 2018, the foreign buyers tax will be increased to 20% from 15%.

Budget 2018 carves a new path to shared prosperity for everyone in the province with a made-in-B.C. child-care plan, a comprehensive housing plan and record levels of capital investment in every corner of the province, Finance Minister Carole James announced today. “Budgets are not only about the bottom line, they should ...

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Inspect Your Walls Before You Sell

Say you’re trying to sell a used car. Imagine that it’s a desirable make and model. The mileage is low. Overall, it’s in great condition… except, that is, for the body. Unfortunately, there are a few areas where the paint is scratched and there are a couple of dents and ...

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CIBC Ends Controversial Mortgage Program Targeting Foreign Income (35% down, no income verification mortgage)

As if the Canadian housing market needed another round of tightening, it appears CIBC is pulling the plug on it’s controversial mortgage program which targeted foreign Income. As first reported on Better Dwelling, CIBC has quietly notified its mortgage advisors the “Foreign Income Program” has ended. The program was replaced ...

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Three Lists To Make When Selling Your Home

When you put your property up for sale, you want to make sure that potential buyers get all the information they need on the features of your home and its surrounding area. If, for example, a buyer doesn’t realize there is a great school just a couple of blocks away, ...

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Trash the Trash

In most communities, garbage day isn’t every week. So, if you show your house on day five or six, there’s going to be some accumulation! Here are some things you can do before a viewing to make sure this situation doesn’t trash a potential sale. If possible, make sure all garbage ...

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When Choosing a Fixer-Upper Makes Cents

Some renovations can significantly increase the market value of a home. Others can cost more than you’ll ever get back. So, when choosing a “fixer-upper”, look carefully at the work that needs to be done. General painting, and bathroom or kitchen renovations typically increase the resale value of a house. “Invisible” repairs ...

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How do I appeal my property assessment?

Have you been caught off-guard by a double-digit percentage increase in your property assessment? Do you think the new number is higher than it should be? B.C. Assessment allows homeowners to appeal their new property assessment — but it must be filed by January 31. You can appeal your property assessment if you ...

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