There are many crucial factors that can affect the purchase of a home; inability to get the proper financing and issues found during the home inspection are the most common. In addition to this, one factor that is specific to purchasing a strata lot would be matters found within the strata documents.
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Contrary to what some may believe, the summer months are a wonderful time to put your house on the market! Thanks to the sunshine and warm weather, people are more likely to be out-and-about in search of their new home. Plus, it’s during these months that curb appeal is at it’s peak.
Here are 5 useful tips to keep in mind when planning to sell your home during the summer
Buying a home is likely the most significant investment you will make in your life, and it can also be among the most intimidating and scary processes you go through as well. Going through the home buying process without proper preparations can make it even more stressful, and part of our job as realtors is to help guide you through the entire process, easing your stress, and making it a joyful and exciting event, specifically for first-time home buyers
Selling your home can be a very stressful time. Worrying about how long it will take to sell, wondering if the people who just came by liked it at all? How many more people have to come see it before you receive an offer!
To help out in this tough time, we've compiled the following list of tips to stage your home and prepare it for sale to create the best first impression to prospective buyers, and get top dollar for your home.
Get your storage locker ready, because you're going to be clearing out the clutter!
The BCREA released a new report today that shows 8,945 residential unit sales recorded by the MLS in August, (with a total sales volume of $5.1 billion) which is an increase of 1.5% from August of last year.
"Strong housing demand across most regions of the province offset slowing home sales in Vancouver last month," said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. "The newly introduced 15 per cent foreign buyer tax combined with the 3 per cent property transfer tax on homes over $2 million brought in earlier this year, slowed demand at the top end of the market in Vancouver last month."
Year to date sales volume incrased 39.1% to $61.6 billion compared to the same period in 2015.