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Oil Tank Problem in Aged Home

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Blog

There are quite a few home buyers who are interested in buying aged houses in Vancouver, mostly because of their relatively low prices. They plan to pull down the old house and then to build new one on the lot. But something that they never think of that will bring them so many headaches is the oil tank issue. Oil tanks were widely used in very old houses built in Vancouver. At that time, it was a necessity. And now it’s been banned to use. So home buyers have to deal with the oil tank issues if they didn’t aware it when purchase those old houses. It could cause a lot of trouble and money if oil tank issue isn’t treated properly. For any question regarding oil tank or old home purchase, please contact us...

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Five Things To Pick Vancouver School For Your Kids

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014 in Blog

Let’s be honest, its totally not easy to pick the right school for your children. School rankings are not necessarily the only way to evaluate schools. Because some school rankings are based on academic scores, some are based on variety of school factors. Since every children is different, it is obviously not wise to pick school according to school ranking alone. As parents, you have to know your children well, and then you have to know the schools well enough. There are multiple ways to get to know the schools. You can visit school website, and you can go visit the school in person. We list the following five things to look at when picking the right school: To compare school capacity. You have to consider your children’s situation in order to make a good choice between big capacity...

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UBC Market Housing Plans To Accomodate 51,000 In 20 Years

Posted by on Oct 19, 2010 in Blog

According to the local Vancouver news: University of B.C. plan to build more market housing and turn the campus into a town of 51,000 people over the next two decades, which will increase the non-student population on campus to up to 35,000 by 2021 from 6,410 today. Metro chief administrative officer Johnny Carline said while the regional district supports UBC’s general plan for a “balanced university town,” he’s worried they want to build more high-end market housing for the public at the expense of student accommodation. This could pose serious problems for Pacific Spirit Park, the city of Vancouver and the regional district as a whole, especially if people are commuting from UBC to other areas to work or there isn’t enough green space left on campus, the report said. “A significant increase in market housing, which will undoubtedly...

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Vancouver BC Home Buyers In The Driver’s Seat

Posted by on Aug 12, 2010 in Blog

“A relatively large number of homes for sale have created the most favorable supply conditions for home buyers in more than a year,” said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. MLS® active residential listings were 21 per cent higher in July than at the start of the year on a seasonally adjusted basis. However, with newly listed MLS® residential units now declining, tighter market conditions may emerge this fall. Detailed data and graphs are in this full report. If you are interested in investing or buying real estate properties in Vancouver area, please contact Angel immediately for best pricing and...

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Video Interview With Vancouver Licensed Home Inspector (part three)

Posted by on Mar 24, 2010 in Blog

Does home buyer have to do home inspection before buying new property in Vancouver? There is a 2/5/10 warranty for new homes though. Why you should hire those licensed home inspectors? Will it be expensive to hire a licensed home inspector? This is a video interview between Vancouver real estate agent Angel Wang and BC licensed home...

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