Are you considering investing in real estate south of the border? Here’s a little backgrounder. It’s been concluded that borrowing related to real estate primarily fueled the credit bubble in the U.S. It is my understanding that as homeowners defaulted
Should you buy or sell first? Downsizing? Family growing? Relocating? These are some of the many reasons for wanting to move. The key to your decision on whether you should sell or buy first is planning ahead and we’d like
As a Port Moody REALTOR I’m constantly driving out and about in the Tri-cities and surrounding areas, and while doing so, I get to make many interesting observations. One that is truly bothersome is pedestrian safety being compromised when distracted
Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody Real Estate, and surrounding areas of the Lower Mainland is now available from your mobile device… My real estate clients now have the ability to check out houses whenever they want, wherever they want
Multicultural BC needs to be Immigrant-Friendly. “The ‘perfect storm’ has been created by an aging workforce, a declining 15-24 year old new entrant pool and stiff international competition for talent. Strong economic growth over the last five years has increased
It’s been a buyer’s market since April and the return to a balanced market is almost here.
Huge 1 bedroom in Central Port Coquitlam. In 2005, Avebury Point was given a completely new “rainscreen” building envelope, which came with an HPO warranty. Yes, the exterior is as good as new; and the roof is being done! Wow!
Sixty-nine per cent of B.C. homeowners believe that ‘mortgage rates will be higher in one year’s time’, and ninety-nine per cent agree that ‘homebuyers need to think ahead and be sure that if rates rise they will still be able
Re/max has recently been practicing pure “puffery”, conducting a national radio and TV advertising campaign that claims they are, “Canada’s Favourite Agents”. While new agents are taught that you can’t make such claims unless the source or basis on which
If the subject sounds something like Brian Burke’s, “…pugnacity, testosterone, truculence and belligerence“, hockey quote, well it’s not quite. The subject is the words of another Irishman, The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, who on February 16th announced a