Advice

Reviewing Strata Documents When Buying a Strata Lot

Posted on Jun 17, 2021 in Advice




So, you decided to buy a strata condo or townhome somewhere in Greater Vancouver.  Congratulations!  The lock and leave lifestyle of a condo, along with prices that are more affordable than single family homes can make condos and townhomes in Vancouver, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam and North Shore very appealing.

After several months of looking, you found t...

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Investing in a Professional Photo Shoot is a Key to Your Success

Posted on May 13, 2021 in Advice



In terms of business expenses, professional photography is often an item on the list that is seen as expendable. Whether you’re a new business building your website for the first time or a well-established business revamping your online presence, the cost of professional photography might prompt you to wonder if you might be able to get by without...

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5 Steps to Conducting an Accurate Rental Market Analysis

Posted on Apr 22, 2021 in Advice



Every real estate investor or landlord has to do some research before buying property to ensure making wise investment decisions. In that research, you should include a rental market analysis (RMA). This will help you assess whether or not a specific area would be good for rental property investment. Typically, property investors look for the avera...

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Maximising Your Property’s Sale Potential With a Virtual Tour

Posted on Feb 11, 2021 in Advice



For many people, virtual reality is associated with video games and entertainment. This technology, however, has huge potential in the real estate industry. 

With social distancing now the ‘new normal’, you may be wondering how digital solutions can help boost your property’s sale potential. While nothing quite replaces the in-person experience in it...

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Snow to Slush to Rain: How to Weatherproof and Waterproof Your Home

Posted on Dec 17, 2020 in Advice


Vancouver isn’t known for endless, snowy winters, but once or twice, those heavy cold fronts do roll through. Mixing that melting snow with the frequent Vancouver rain leads to a very slushy mess — not only through the sidewalks and streets but all-around your home.

One of the most common hazards for any homeowner is water damage. Water not only lea...

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25 Ways To Make a Small House Look Bigger

Posted on Nov 12, 2020 in Advice



The tiny home movement is in full swing, and what's so amazing about these delightful dwellings is the way they make the most of every square inch and use space in clever ways. Whether you live in 300 square feet or 3000 square feet, chances are you can still learn something new about how to use space efficiently and make your space look more invit...

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