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2261 Olive Terrace Views

 

RARE view half duplex    |    new listing

2261 Olive Terrace,  Whistler Creek     $1,750,000

3 bedrooms and den   |   2 full bathrooms &  powder room   |   1,923 sf

1 hot tub   |   2 balconies   |   BIG views 1 car garage + 2 open parking spaces No Strata Fees nor GST All day sunshine

 

3D Walk Through Virtual Tour  https://rem.ax/2261olive

 

Call me to make an appointment before the public! 604 902 2033

 

Denise

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The luxury market is a big part of Whistler and I am going to start including more frequent updates.  Below are graphs that show some very interesting details.  Take a look and call with any questions.

couting Your Next Home: Important Pre-Buying Steps to Take

Buying and selling property is a stressful experience. The LEADING EDGE Real Estate Team previously provided 7 tips to sell your home stress free. In this post we are offering 5 tips that as buyers you should consider when scouting for your next home.

1. THE NUMBER OF REAL BUYERS

 

The Real Buyers of Luxury Property

 

Having a clear idea of your budget is one of the first steps you must take into account when scouting for your new home. This includes how much you are willing to spend on your new home and how

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Whistler Update

 

 

29 new listings in the past 10 days   CLICK HERE

17 Price changes in the past 10 days   CLICK HERE

15 Completed sales in the past 10 days   CLICK HERE

 

195 Current listings in Whistler  CLICK HERE

    (up 16 from 1 month ago)

 

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RE/MAX Whistler Monthly News and 7 Day Update

February 2018 Newsletter

Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova
My first attempt at a green screen! I'm a little fuzzy.
Denise Brown PREC
Phone: 604-935-2013 ext.1
Text 604-902-2033
denise@RealWhisterLiving.com
www.Whistler-RealEstate.ca
 
 
7 Day Update

NEW   27 New listings in the past 7 days
SOLD   16 Sold listings in the past 7 days
PRICE CHANGE   5 Price changes
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RE/MAX Whistler Monthly News and 7 Day Update

February 2018 Newsletter

Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova
My first attempt at a green screen! I'm a little fuzzy.
Denise Brown PREC
Phone: 604-935-2013 ext.1
Text 604-902-2033
denise@RealWhisterLiving.com
www.Whistler-RealEstate.ca
 
 
7 Day Update

NEW   27 New listings in the past 7 days
SOLD   16 Sold listings in the
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Thousands of trees make up Whistler’s forests, which characterize our resort community and provide abundant environmental, recreational, aesthetic, economic and health benefits. The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has policies and processes in place to protect trees from unnecessary harm or removal.

The short answer is YES YOU CAN in a lot of circumstances. For more information visit the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s information page at http://ow.ly/QkXk30e5tvY

I have also attached a copy of the permit application as at August 1st, 2017 if you would like to see the exact questions they will ask.

tree_cutting_permit_application

As always, call or email if I can be of service.

Denise

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There is no doubt about it, Whistler has an incredible community. Donating to local charities is one of the ways that many join together to share commitments, support causes and think about others. This doesn’t have to mean contributing in a monetary sense, many community members volunteer or fundraise as a means of giving back. As a result of the involvement and support of so many, local businesses and non-profit groups thrive here in town and in turn, better Whistler as a whole. Here are a number of local charities that need our support!

WAG (Whistler Animals Galore)

Founded in 1982 when the need for an animal rescue service in the Sea to Sky Corridor was identified, WAG has been responsible for the safety of those that cannot speak for 35 years

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Scouting Your Next Home: Important Pre-Buying Steps to Take

Buying and selling property is a stressful experience. The LEADING EDGE Real Estate Team previously provided 7 tips to sell your home stress free. In this post we are offering 5 tips that as buyers you should consider when scouting for your next home.

1. The Budget

Having a clear idea of your budget is one of the first steps you must take into account when scouting for your new home. This includes how much you are willing to spend on your new home and how much you will spend to customize your home once purchased. Be aware that spending too much money on modifications could affect your chances of selling further down the road. For example, if the asking price is $500,000, but to create

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If you’re wishing to construct a new building, demolish a structure or make repairs, alterations or relocations to any buildings or structures in Whistler, you will require a building permit. The type of building permit required depends on the structure; all applications require a processing fee and must be submitted to the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) for processing. Here are the general steps required to apply for a building permit in Whistler.

  1. Review the Scope of the Project

Do you require a building permit for a single-family home or duplex? Commercial property? Multi-family building? The type and scope of the project will determine which type of building permit should be applied for. Review the different categories of

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Despite being a world-class resort destination Whistler maintains a tight-knit community. The Community Enrichment Program (CEP) is one example of this, and this year the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) awarded 28 non-profits with $134,575 of grant funding through the program. This CEP, which financially supports local and non-profit organizations in Whistler that benefit the community and bring it closer to its Whistler 2020 vision, has been awarded over half a million dollars since 2014. To qualify for the grant applicants must operate a non-profit in one of the following categories: Environment, Social Service, Community Service, Recreation and Sport, or Arts and Culture.

To apply for the grant, applications are submitted and presentations

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