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August 2016

Nanaimo hot property

By | 2016-08-20T09:31:20+00:00 August 20th, 2016|Hot Property|

Nanaimo: 5202 Kaitlyns Way – $399,900. Recently renovated home in the Pleasant Valley area that features a bachelor suite, a wired shed and a private yard.

Nanaimo: 563 Sarum Rise Way – $629,000 – 5 year old home on a large lot in the desirable Hawthorne neighborhood. 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with a legal 2 bedroom suite. Canada’s West Coast is in the international spotlight again as Vancouver has been ranked third most “livable city” in a new global survey of 140 cities.

 

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12 acres in 150 Mile House

By | 2016-08-15T13:25:47+00:00 August 15th, 2016|Hot Property|

  •  12 acres on a paved road, with power, gas, phone in 150 Mile House. With a small pond. You can build, park your RV or just hold. All the services and easy to each winter and summer. Price: $89,000.
  • Rancher in Agassiz, 1240 sqft on a big lot close to all amenities and good investment or weekend retreat. Will rent for $1500 +. Asking $349,000
  • Harrison Hot springs: last big 1/2 acre lot, possible duplex or two houses possible. Price: $250,000.00. Great deal because of the subdivision possibility.

 

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Island living? The summer is the worst time to buy island property

By | 2016-08-15T13:31:05+00:00 August 15th, 2016|Hot Tip|

Recreational island investing … often it is better to poke yourself with a sharp stick in the behind.

8 reasons why you have to be very careful:

Things to do – why you should be doubly careful when investing In Your Island in the Sun

  1. We forget that islands take ferries (some take 3 ferries)
  2. Building at waterfront could be impossible (can no longer go to the water – 100 m away?)
  3. Buying on a “No ferry islands” – boat access only – hardly any use?
  4. Location – west / southwest view is best – look where your island property gets the sun? Morning or afternoon sun?
  5. Mortgaging difficult – if owner carries – get 10 years length!
  6. WATER: water well […]

July 2016

Facts By Email #30 – Dublin Emerges As Surprise Brexit Winner

By | 2016-07-26T09:41:12+00:00 July 25th, 2016|Facts By Email|

TITLE SEARCH SHOW FEWER VANCOUVER FLIPS THAN YOU MAY THINK SPOTLIGHT ON ALBERTA MAINSTREET BACK ON ACQUISITION HUNT FORT MAC RECOVERY: MIXED MESSAGE IN OILPATCH CITY CALGARY HAS MORE VACANT HOMES THAN VANCOUVER MARK YOUR CALENDAR - JUROCK REAL ESTATE OUTLOOK 2017 ON SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 IN VANCOUVER

Least expensive house in Oak Bay!

By | 2016-07-23T09:54:59+00:00 July 23rd, 2016|Hot Property|

The next cheapest home in Oak Bay costs over $250,000 more! ($869,900)

Three bedrooms
One bathroom
1,373 square feet
Basement height 7’1″
Built in 1911
3,564 sq foot lot
Asking $590,000 

Least expensive rentable condo in Sidney – $284,900

1 bedroom
1 bathroom
660 square feet
No rent restrictions
Southwest exposure
Built in 2009
Very close to the Resthaven waterfront park and marinas
$265/mo strata fee

 

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Facts By Email #29 – Leaked CRA Document Reveals Few Surprises

By | 2016-07-21T15:50:14+00:00 July 21st, 2016|Facts By Email|

QUESTIONS, QUESTIONS “CRAZY MARKET”: RENT: $1650; PRICE: $750,000; CAP 2.1% RUMOURS SWIRL AROUND OAKRIDGE TRANSIT SITE SALE WHISTLER REBOUND GAINS TRACTION. TOLD YOU SO WHERE PRICES ARE RISING FASTEST IN OUTLIER BC 6 TIPS WHEN BUILDING A RENTAL PROJECT YOUR NEXT TENANT WILL LIKELY BE OVER AGE 55 EDMONTON MARKET IS REMARKABLY STABLE HOME PRICE FOR MOST CANADIANS: LESS THAN $375,000