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Amy Rozier

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New Consumer Protection Rules come into effect June 15, 2018:  Information for Consumers from the Real Estate Council of British Columbia

New Consumer Protection Rules come into effect June 15, 2018: Information for Consumers from the Real Estate Council of British Columbia

The Superintendent of Real Estate has announced new rules for real estate licensees that will change the way a real estate professional can provide service to consumers. Under the new rules, real estate licensees will be required to: give consumers more information about commissions and […]

Hunter at Lynn Creek, located in North Vancouver’s best up and coming new neighbourhood…don’t miss out!

Hunter at Lynn Creek, located in North Vancouver’s best up and coming new neighbourhood…don’t miss out!

Today, I was one of the first real estate agents to learn about Hunter at Lynn Creek, and I was so impressed by what I learned. Hunter is a new condominium and townhouse development from Intergulf Development Group that is coming to Lynn Creek Town […]

Is Leasehold land a good option for you?

Is Leasehold land a good option for you?

Buying Leasehold Land in Vancouver One main feature of the Vancouver real estate market is the soaring prices. To complicate the situation even further, many housing units are small and inadequate. This leaves few options to customers who want to remain in the City and […]

Will the NDP’s proposed school tax make rentals even less affordable?

Will the NDP’s proposed school tax make rentals even less affordable?

“Thirty-eight per cent of all Point Grey households are rental households. Almost one-quarter of all Vancouver rentals are in “single-family-home areas,” suggesting that many of the large and expensive homes impacted by the tax are already full of renters. So, what happens to rents when […]

“Love it or List It” North Vancouver Episode ends in a lawsuit by the owners for poor workmanship, mould; health and safety concerns

“Love it or List It” North Vancouver Episode ends in a lawsuit by the owners for poor workmanship, mould; health and safety concerns

Jeanine Almeida, Norman Waine and their four children appeared on Season 4 of Love It or List It Vancouver in 2016. Now they claim the renovation to their house, done as part of an episode, was riddled with problems, putting their health and safety at […]

APRIL 2018 STATISTICS – VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE

APRIL 2018 STATISTICS – VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver’s data shows the townhouse and condominium markets have now become the most competitive since it started measuring the market in 2005. Here is a complete overview of the Metro Vancouver Real Estate Market for all housing types for […]

Top Tips to consider BEFORE you list your home for sale.

Top Tips to consider BEFORE you list your home for sale.

Here are some of my top tips to save you time and money when selling your home: As the market shifts, if you let your agent advertise your home at a low price that you don’t want, you will just attract buyers at a low […]

Did you know? A lender can revoke your approval even after you have a legally binding contract in place, leaving you in financial and legal trouble. Here’s how to avoid this from happening to you:

Did you know? A lender can revoke your approval even after you have a legally binding contract in place, leaving you in financial and legal trouble. Here’s how to avoid this from happening to you:

It takes time and effort to get everything in order to purchase a property (see my step-by-step guide here). Starting with getting your documents to your lender for approval, answering their questions, waiting on credit checks (and sometimes finding a “surprise” that needs to be […]

Do you think the government will actually put all $30m into affordable housing as promised? More than 5,000 properties out of 8,500 deemed “vacant” by city staff received exemptions.

Do you think the government will actually put all $30m into affordable housing as promised? More than 5,000 properties out of 8,500 deemed “vacant” by city staff received exemptions.

Vancouver’s tax on empty homes will bring in $30-million of revenue in its first year, but that will come from only a tiny proportion of homeowners. More than 5,000 properties out of 8,500 deemed vacant by city staff received exemptions under rules of the new […]