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What You Need To Know About Buying Homes in Greater Vancouver Area

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Blog

There are a lot of things you need to look at before buying homes in Greater Vancouver area.  If you need professional help, we are more than happy to assist you in the whole buying process. Talk to Angel Wang 778.858.7958 or Helen...

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What Home Sellers Could Do to Speed Up Selling Home Properties

Posted by on Oct 4, 2013 in Blog

Pay attention to the followings will help home sellers to quickly sell their home properties in Vancouver. Backyard and Front yard Great curb appearance will definitely help sellers to sell. That is where potential buyers form their first impression on your home properties. Home Decoration Things like carpet wall deco, nice picture photos, neutral and bright painting color will create welcoming and warm family atmosphere. Odor Removal Nothing can be more attractive than sweet coffee in the air. Make sure that you won’t let the potential buyers smell pets odor or last night special cooking. Sometimes a thorough carpet cleaning and wall repainting will help too. De-cluttering Never fill your rooms with all stuffs. De-cluttering is very necessary and important. Meanwhile you don’t want to make your rooms look too empty. Nice furniture, great room decoration is good enough....

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How to Choose Best Vancouver Realtor for Home Buyers

Posted by on Nov 28, 2012 in Blog

Firstly and the most importantly, experience. A good real estate agent is particularly familiar with certain real estate markets, and he/she knows different real estate market situations in different cities in Greater Vancouver. For instance, is he/she familiar with all the schools, communities, public transportation and commercial areas? Whether the listings he/she showed you are most suitable for you and your family. Especially to anyone who is new to Greater Vancouver Area, Realtor who tend to show everyone around the same areas only because they are familiar with are not the best Realtor. Secondly, negociation and communication skills. A good buyer’s agent would negociate very well not only with seller’s agent but also with sellers directly. They should be able to communication well in English of course. And if they could communicate in Chinese, they will be more likely...

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What We Shall Prepare For Next Earthquake

Posted by on Nov 6, 2012 in Blog

Last week’s earthquake in Vancouver island BC reminds us that we shall be well prepared for the next earthquake. A few things I and most of us have in mind include emergency kit, at least 3 days storage of food and water (and water is one of the most important things to store). But we probably haven’t have any thorough plan ready. I referred to some information on the internet and come across the following tips to prepare for next earthquake. Before any possible earthquake: we shall let everyone in our household know where the safe spots are in each room. It could be under tables, desks or supported doorways. Then name a place where we could find each other after earthquake if possible. During the earthquake, we have to check the followings: Duck, cover and hold on. Take...

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Greater Vancouver Real Estate Will Get Both Sales and Price Increase In 2011 CMHC Predicted

Posted by on Nov 30, 2010 in Blog

(From VancouverSun) A new report suggests that low mortgage rates combined with a growing population and an improving economy bode well for Metro Vancouver home sales for the rest of 2010 and 2011. “For the next year, we’re looking at favourable mortgage rates, a steady flow of migrants to the Lower Mainland, and a growing job market,” Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. senior market analyst Robyn Adamache said in an interview about the federal agency’s housing market report that concluded sales will remain stable until mid-2011 before trending higher. “We’re looking at about 33,000 sales for Greater Vancouver [in 2011]. We’re looking at 31,000 this year. The 10-year average is about 34,000. The B.C. Real Estate Association also predicted in its fall housing forecast last week that B.C. housing sales, while declining 12 per cent this year to 74,950...

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