Denise prepares a short newsletter that is also posted to her blog every 7 to 14 days with the latest listings, big price changes, and sales. Also includes a paragraph of real estate stats, her favorite listing, and other important information on buying or selling in Whistler BC Canada.
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Whistler Real Estate 7 day Updates
now in real-time on my website
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Whistler Active Listings
New listings in the past 7 days. Up-to-the-minute Information
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Price Changes over the past 7 days. Up-to-the-minute Information
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Real-time link "coming soon" for SOLD properties
26 Whistler properties were transferred to the buyers in the past 7 days
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Whistler Real Estate 14 day Update
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Sold in 5 Days!
536 Blackcomb Springs Suites
Studio suite | 1 bathroom | 424 SF | Phase 2 nightly rental zoning
Listed at $249,000 CAD SOLD
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March 7 Real Estate Update.
Online book CLICK HERE. Links are now CLICKABLE within the book.
Yay for changing technology.
The downloadable pdf file click HERE for the google drive link. (If you don't use gmail, you may be asked to get my permission)
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Feb 6 Newsletter FINAL by Denise Brown PREC
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The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver REBGV brings us an update on the dramatic increase in strata insurance, and the changes made by the BC Legislature.
BC Strata insurers to end ‘best terms pricing’
When news of skyrocketing insurance premiums for strata developments emerged at the beginning of the year the province tasked the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to investigate in search of solutions. The BCFSA is the agency responsible for regulating the private insurance sector in the province.
In June, BCFSA issued an interim report, which found that a practice known as ‘best terms pricing’ had contributed to premiums increasing an average of 50 per cent in Metro Vancouver. A subsequent report found that 94 per cent of sample…
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