Home Selling Info & Tips

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Whistler Blackcomb Beats December Snowfall Record

Whistler Blackcomb set a new snowfall record for the month of December and the snow hasn’t stopped falling. Daily statistics show that 384 centimetres (12.6 feet) of fresh snow fell last month, beating the all-time record for a December month, set in 1994, by four centimetres! Come ski it for yourself.

Ps: take a look at some the fab January photos

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Home buyer demand stays below historical averages in August

The Metro Vancouver (1) housing market continues to experience reduced demand across all housing types.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential home sales in the region totalled 1,929 in August 2018, a 36.6 per cent decrease from the 3,043 sales recorded in August 2017, and a 6.8 per cent decline compared to July 2018 when 2,070 homes sold.

Last month’s sales were 25.2 per cent below the 10-year August sales average.

“Home buyers have been less active in recent months and we’re beginning to see prices edge down for all housing types as a result,” Phil Moore, REBGV president said. “Buyers today have more listings to choose from and face

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If the thought of selling your home stresses you out we’ve got something for you. First, take a breath and realize the process doesn’t have to be as overwhelming as you may be imagining. Many of our clients experience a stress-free and enjoyable home selling process, and we know just what it takes for you to sell your home stress-free as well. If you’ve been thinking of putting your home on the market, but don’t want it to add any unnecessary stress in your life, follow these seven simple tips.

  1. Organize a home pre-inspection

The home inspection can be the most stressful part of the selling process. Unaware of any defects or problems, getting news of repairs is the last thing a seller wants to hear when a contract is on the table. By

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When you start the process of buying or selling a property, you come across a lot of acronyms – MLS® being one of them.

MLS® stands for Multiple Listing System. It’s a system established by Canadian real estate boards and associations to make the buying and selling process a little easier on everyone. This cooperative system provides a sort of one-stop-shop, where a multitude of property listings are located in one place.

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Let’s look at an analogy involving buying a new car:

Let’s say you have a general idea of the size of vehicle you want, but you’re not sure which make or model is best for your needs. You’ll have to visit multiple dealerships in order to get an idea on pricing and other features for various types of cars. For instance, the

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