BC Real Estate


Owning vs Renting – New Data Is Out

According to new research from Point2, the average Canadian homeowner is spending 24% more on monthly shelter costs than renters. This puts pressure on household budgets, as rising housing expenses are becoming increasingly difficult to manage. The benefits of owning a home, such as being a long-term investment, may be offset by the added responsibilities of property taxes, condominium fees

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Just Listed: #23 – 53480 Bridal Fall Rd

Click for details – #23 – 53480 Bridal Fall Rd Terrific rancher (2016) on your OWN LAND (one of the largest lots) in Bridal Falls Freehold Bareland Strata Gated Community. This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit features vaulted ceilings and open concept with a large living room, dining area and recently upgraded kitchen incl. butcher block counters, silgranit sink, new

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The Real Estate Market has Shifted, Let me Help.

Yes, over the past months, the real estate market has changed. Interest rates have jumped and that’s had a hit on some buying activity. Prices have stopped peaking to new highs almost daily. But the market hasn’t crashed. With less “froth in the market” sellers are looking for ways to make their homes stand out and buyers are taking more

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Cleaning Sliding Door Tracks

During the messy winter season, you may have found dirt building up in the sliding door tracks. One of lite first spring cleaning chores is to get the sliders opening and closing smoothly. Start by using the crevice tool on your vacuum to remove loose grime. After vacuuming, mix a solution of tows cups warm water, one teaspoon dishwashing liquid

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Furnace Filters – Know the MERV

As the season changes, it’s likely time for a furnace filter change as well. One reason for a furnace filter is to protect the blower fan from dust and other gunk the return air duct pulls into the furnace unit. More important is that the filter manages the air quality inside your home as it removes contaminants from the air

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