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Property experts say HST delays hurt housing sector – Vancouver real estate annecdotes

February 17, 2012

Filed under: Real Estate Market,Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 1:15 pm

The industry for new homes in Vancouver is hurting over the absence of transitional rules governing the return of provincial sales tax and the harmonized sales tax was defeated in a referendum on August 26, stated by three property experts of the vancouver Board of Trade on Friday. “We are really choked that we don’t have any transition rules yet and are absolutely amazed that our provincial government – who probably most of you voted for – thought that this […]


How to spruce up your undersized Home or Condo fast!

February 15, 2012

Filed under: Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 4:38 pm

The main test while designing a condo or a home in Vancouver is using a small space to make it look spacious without compromising on style. But, there are lots of instructions and methods to make your small condo look spacious and more sophisticated. In this article, you will discover all those hush-hush tips that famous interior designers use to give a redecoration to undersized condos. How to pack lots of style into a small Vancouver condo? To bring in […]


How to spruce up your Vancouver home now!

Filed under: Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 4:29 pm

The main test while designing a condo or a home in Vancouver is using a small space to make it look spacious without compromising on style. But, there are lots of instructions and methods to make your small condo look spacious and more sophisticated. In this article, you will discover all those hush-hush tips that famous interior designers use to give a redecoration to undersized condos. How to pack lots of style into small Vancouver condos? To bring in refinement […]


Vancouver BC real estate – The ultimate place for leisure and fun!

Filed under: Events,Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 2:07 pm

Vancouver, the best of western Canada, has always been among the finest livable regions in the world. Vancouver properties, and even the further out section of  Vancouver east real estate is, in no way cheap. Nevertheless, it also is one of the finest real estate transactions you can ever make, with a highly advanced fast transit system and well-designed development of the region. Vancouver has constantly been looked up as the city for the awfully occupied. It is this image […]


Think about your alternatives before you refinance your Vancouver home

Filed under: Mortgage Financing,Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 1:00 pm

You have a mortgage debt and you are mulling over refinancing it with the help of a mortgage provider. Well, in that case, before you venture to seriously refinancing your mortgage, there are certain aspects that you must think about. Refinancing your vancouver east real estate mortgage simply to receive a different interest cost should not be your reason to get into this process. Read on to find out more about the options you must consider prior to taking a […]


Coal Harbour Long History in Vancouver BC

Filed under: Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 1:00 pm

Coal Harbour has experienced a great deal ever since it first set up business as an exclusively industrial waterfront working zone. It wasn’t any more than simply fifteen years back when the neighborhood started to get coordinated as the very first residential part of town next to the Burrard Inlet to be worked on. As of today, Coal Harbour is made of concrete high-rise luxurious townhouses and condos and particularly are located around bayshore drive and cardero street. Coal harbour condos, […]


Vancouver real estate price increases – and the affluent Chinese influence.

Filed under: Real Estate Market,Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 11:44 am

Vancouver city is one of the most trendy in the world. Canada‘s rising financial market and the city’s high ranking “best place to live in the world” has fed this high price increase to gargantuan proportions. A 740 sq. ft. seaside condo in west Vancouver would set you back by half a million “colourbacks” at least. You as well have to be dead fortunate and appeal to the Lord every hour of the day that you don’t face a competitor […]


Choosing Vancouver real estate based on area & your activities

Filed under: Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 10:46 am

Vancouver is AWESOME, period. We Vancouverites know that. But what about if you are just thinking about visiting here? Or perhaps if you are thinking about making Vancouver your home? Well, if you fall under either category, read on… I wanted to post this because living in Vancouver actually offers you so many outdoor opportunities to enjoy so many activities – that I could really write a book about. So I am only going to write a short post and […]


Asia is making Vancouver condo owners rich – in a short period of time…

February 12, 2012

Filed under: Real Estate Market,Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 4:03 pm

Canada and specifically, Vancouver has observed an unprecedented growth in its real estate market. Condo and also bungalows or single family residences are being purchased by home owners and real estate investors. Some of these condos include coal harbour condos, downtown condos, and also yaletown condos. Some product like West End condos are also feeling a similar effect, despite being older… A number of these residences are luxury homes whereas some are in quite a rundown condition. The Chinese community […]


West Vancouver & North Vancouver areas – a quick blurb…

Filed under: Vancouver — Richard Morrison @ 3:25 pm

Hey Folks, its another beautiful day here in Vancouver and I thought I would blog a little about my 2 favourite areas in Vancouver:  1. West Vancouver real estate West Vancouver’s breathtaking shoreline and mountain / hill background provide you with the superb setting for this west coastline town. With Cypress Mountain in its backyard, numerous trekking and strolling hiking trails, and numerous harbours nearby, the recreational choices are simply limitless for residents of West Vancouver homes. The village-like areas […]