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Real Estate and the Savvy Investor

According to Statistics Canada, the value of residential real estate has been steadily rising across the nation as far back as 1960 when the government started tracking specific numbers on the housing market. While the risk-return may not sound sexy, anyone who bought a house, apartment or condo in Metro Vancouver back in the 1960s […]

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B.C. Real Estate Searches by Americans Surge After Election

While many have talked about the downside of a Trump presidency south of the border, others are doing what they do best and looking at the upside. Of course the president’s transgressions are tough to overlook, however there is one place in which a light is shining particularly bright right now: our local real estate […]

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Downtown Surrey is in hot demand with qualified, approved tenants who want affordable luxuries

  When does it make sense to buy pre sale properties? When you are able to secure the best suites prior to the public launch as a VIP purchaser. When the tenant demographics are verified and approved. When the long term economic growth supports both rental and property values. When the property is located in […]

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Investment Radar Alert in Surrey BC

If you’ve headed out east past the Fraser River lately, you may have noticed some changes in one of the country’s fastest growing cities. Surrey, long seen as just another outlying community in Metro Vancouver, has stepped up to the plate and is joining the big leagues. With a booming population, construction and real estate […]

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How to Profit from Student Rental Properties

At first glance, the two words ‘student’ and ‘rental’ side by side might look unappealing, or make some would-be investors nervous. But when you start to crunch the numbers and get over some commonly held stigmas and stereotypes, the idea of student rentals can be a very appealing revenue stream. Last week I attended a […]

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March Madness in Real Estate

We have coined this month MARCH MADNESS as we’ve had the pleasure of selling some phenomenal suites. Low interest rates, low inventory and Vancouver being the place people want to call home no matter what age or demographic have created an incredible opportunity for those looking to sell. We have been working diligently with our […]

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B.C.- the only province NOT in a budget deficit

So the government released its 2015 budget this past week. Now wait, before you yawn and stop reading this article, this budget is incredibly important and significant nation-wide, and we’ll tell you why. First, B.C. is the only province in the entire country with a budget in the black right now. Every single other province […]

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2015: Keep calm and be Canadian

With global news producing more than a few economic bellwethers, we must remind ourselves the brilliance of everything Canada. Our economy is stable, and has a history of stability. The Bank of Canada has a worldwide reputation as being a thoughtful, well-run central bank, not prone to snap decisions or massive interest rate hikes to […]

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