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Outdoor Living Space on the Rise in Vancouver

Posted by on Jul 13, 2015 in Video & Blog

The space we utilize for outdoor living is on the rise in the homes of Vancouver. You might want to build an extra bathroom? Forget it, an increase in the size of the balcony is preferred. You could be considering extending your dining room so you could fit an extra-sized table in there? No way. The fire pit and barbecue patio takes precedence. Even those small balconies connected onto condos are being utilized with pots, plants, outdoor décor and stuff you might find down at your local garden centre. The trend to start living outdoors is on the rise and may have already reached fever pitch. Residents are flocking to the local hardware store and furnishing shops to buy small tables and chairs that will fit neatly onto the patios of family homes and balconies of condos. There is...

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Young Families Attracted to White Rock

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in Video & Blog

Developers are getting excited over the latest reviews going on in the council’s official community plan, where the waterfront city is gearing up to welcome many young families and building for its future. A number of well-known developers have already been busy in the region building towers and smaller projects but all agree that boosting density, housing options and building communities for the future is at the front of its to-do lists. The nature of the community is changing; it may not be as evident yet but in a few years the increase of young families moving into White Rock will become more prevalent and noticeable as time goes on. White Rock has had a reputation for being a community for people to retire and unwind in the twilight of their years, only now the demographics are beginning to...

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Interest Intensifies in Greater Vancouver’s Hot Housing Market

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in Video & Blog

When we start to hear that entry-level homes are holding an interest for buyers and investors, we can safely say the housing market must be sizzling. And those currently owners of single-family detached properties, will be interested to know that every property hunters’ eyebrows rise and mouth goes into a circular shape the moment they see such a home in a property listing. Even those single family town houses that need fixing up and a bit of renovation are getting interest from prospective buyers; and all this comes as the price of entry within the city of Vancouver nudges ever closer to the $1 million mark. On the east side of Vancouver, investors can expect to be looking at paying around $800,000 for detached property on an average-sized plot. But there is much competition and to say it’s a...

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City Map

Posted by on Mar 11, 2015 in Video & Blog

White rock map……..   Surrey       map………   Burnaby     map………   Langley     map………   Vancouver map………   West Vancouver map…

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The Estates at Morgan Heights At South Surrey

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Video & Blog

The Estates at Morgan Heights are already busy in the South Surrey district and the excitement levels are beginning to build faster than the luxury homes that are about to take shape here. As you might see from its showroom at South Surrey, there is an exclusive collection of some 38 estate homes on plots of land starting from 4,000 sq. ft. So where is this all happening exactly? The area is Morgan Heights – pretty much in its centre, some of the homes are 3,500 sq. ft. – and that’s just the home itself and doesn’t include the plot area. These homes will have three and four bedrooms in the upper floor and are exquisitely designed with high quality features throughout. By high quality we mean warm craftsman architecture, impressive facades all around and beautifully landscaped front and rear...

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Housing Development Approval Costs Vary Wildly Across Vancouver

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Video & Blog

Municipal fees and tariffs charged for townhouse projects can differ wildly depending on which region within Metro Vancouver you happen to be in. Take for example the municipal fees for a unit in White Rock, here one would expect to pay just $8,390 per home as those living in Port Moody have to fork out over four times as much, paying a whopping $33,713 per unit. These key findings have just been published in a report and there are not only wild differences in the municipal fees and charges, but in the time it takes for approval from the municipal council to rubber stamp plans for townhouses. Residents and townhouse owners in White Rock can expect to have their plans approved within nine months from the first date of application to the project being sealed and stamped. However, Maple...

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