“Where’s the Beef?” It’s been called a cultural phenomenon and a marketing metaphor. By questioning the matter of a hamburger over thirty years ago, Clara Peller coined the iconic phrase, “Where’s the Beef?” This question raised by the popular Wendy’s ad
With a wealth of information available, it’s clear that today’s consumer is quite capable when it comes to buying a home. The irony is that too many smart people are still buying homes and having problems. It’s common place to
BC’s population grew by an impressive 14,440 individuals or 0.33 per cent from October to January 2009. This was the highest fourth quarter rate of growth since 1996 and reflected a net increase of 10,255 international immigrants, 64 per cent
We recently learned of “The Future of Housing”, an upcoming conference being hosted in Metro Vancouver on May 8, 2009, by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association’s BC chapter. The conference will be bringing together a diverse group of builder and real
Has Lower Mainland real estate evolved? The simple answer is yes, and our local housing market continues to change. Since 1996, the development of regional and municipal town centres has been the focus of Metro Vancouver’s Liveable Region Strategic Plan.
You probably won’t find the following questions on your average real estate brochures: Sellers, do you: know to what extent that you want to be involved in the sale? have a coherent strategy? know how to attract the serious, qualified buyers?