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September 2016

Springboard to Real Estate Action, Sept. 28

By |2016-09-25T12:05:34+00:00September 25th, 2016|Events|



  • Vancouver, Sept. 28, 2016
    Marriott Pinnacle Hotel
    1128 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

An Exclusive Workshop on Where and How to Buy in 2016 for Huge Profits!


Ozzie Jurock and Ralph Case will present to you:

  • The 5 critical skills for Real Estate investing success in any market.
  • Action Plan strategies to reach your goals.
  • 7 Secrets for creating a mega portfolio.

Learn more at

Four reasons why BC is not in a bubble (though it looks that way)

By |2016-09-19T10:27:21+00:00September 19th, 2016|Hot Tip|

B.C.’s housing market is not in a bubble. A bubble is when a buyers’ market appears and this is when the sales-to-listing ratio for MLS action falls below 12%. In that scenario only two areas of the province now favour buyers: The Kootenays, with a sale to listing ratio of 8.7%, and northeast B.C., where the ratio is 9.8%.

In Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, the ratio is holding at around 30%, but it has dropped to below 12% for some higher price ranges in the city of Vancouver. 

In Victoria, the ratio is over 25% and starting to trend even higher due to a lack of inventory. 


Phoenix – Paradise Valley

By |2016-09-10T11:51:33+00:00September 10th, 2016|Hot Property|

Surprise, AZ 85379, 3300 sq ft with pool, totally redone home – $319,900


Phoenix – Paradise Valley

Surprise, AZ 85374, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1100 sq ft, single family home, no pool, great possible investment property – $165,000


Real Estate Outlook 2017, Vancouver, BC

Real Estate Outlook 2017 Conference on September 24.
24th year … 12 speakers – 25 sponsors

  • Will the new tax kill Vancouver’s real estate market – will Toronto go crazy?
  • Will Vancouver sales continue to crash?
  • What sleeper areas should investors buy in British Columbia?
  • What […]

Alberta – now is the time for low-ball offers

By |2016-09-10T11:31:21+00:00September 10th, 2016|Hot Tip|

We have always like Calgary and Edmonton and in my newsletter we recommend buying there again – but not yet!

A close look at the two cities shows both condo markets are holding up, perhaps surprisingly, well, but there are marked differences.

Here is a look at the Calgary and Edmonton condo markets as of July 30, 2016.

Resale condo sales:

  • Edmonton is the clear leader, with 2,625 sales from 6,295 listings, reports the Edmonton Real Estate Board.
  • Calgary saw 1,669 sales from 4,489 listings, reports the Calgary Real Estate Board. (The Board says condo sales in Calgary are at the lowest level […]

August 2016

Nanaimo hot property

By |2016-08-20T09:31:20+00:00August 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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Island living? The summer is the worst time to buy island property

By |2016-08-15T13:31:05+00:00August 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

Least expensive house in Oak Bay!

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

By |2016-07-23T09:43:54+00:00July 16th, 2016|Hot Property|

  1. KIMBERLEY: 1-bedroom unit in the Mountain Edge condos. Fully furnished and ready to use. Good views of the Rocky Mountains and resort centre. ONLY $63,000!! PAY $3,150 DOWN AND $290 per month!
  2. KIMBERLEY: This 3 bedroom 2 bath home offers comfortable living, low maintenance lot and landscape, and zoning for most any commercial business. $169,900
  3. KIMBERLEY: Modern duplex. Right at the Quad chair. 4 baths, 2 hot tubs, fully furnished. $449,000. Income: $2,450. Is zoned for nightly rental and income could be triple this.
  4. VICTORIA: one bedroom, one bathroom, 447 square feet, 1970-built building … has a depreciation report, 1 dog or 1 cat permitted age restriction of 18+, $268/mo […]