Acreage living is plentiful with benefits, offering room for shops, hobbies and animals, privacy, as well as the freedom to build your home to suit your needs. Additionally, with the rise in cost of city lots, and the flexibility that acreages afford, they are looking more appealing than ever. However, building on an acreage adds… Continue reading Things to consider when buying an acreage
BC assessment and the worth of your home Information from REW.ca BC Assessment notices have arrived in the mail, giving some homeowners a big smile and a bit more spring in their step (increased property taxes aside), while others wilt and lament at a modest gain or decrease in assessed value. But hold on a… Continue reading BC Assessments Vs. The Worth of Your Home
The BC Temporary Rental Supplement TOP 5 QUESTIONS *Information from Landlordbc.ca The BC Temporary Rental Supplement (BC-TRS) was launched earlier this month. The program is administered by BC Housing and they have also provided several robust resources including Landlord and Tenant factsheets. We have received many questions on this new supplement and have compiled the most common questions as… Continue reading The BC Temporary Rental Supplement
Selling your home is a very stressful time. From staging to showings to packing you still have to live in your home while trying to sell it, all the while having it “show ready.” Here are a few tips to help you live in your home while it is on the market. * Declutter! Pack,… Continue reading How to live as stress-free as possible in your home while you are selling it.
When Is the Right Time to Talk to a REALTOR®? When would you talk to a car salesperson? Probably only once you’re ready to buy a new car. You would do some initial research (perhaps on the internet), get an idea of what you want, and then go to the dealership to meet a salesperson,… Continue reading When Is the Right Time to Talk to a REALTOR®?