With the lower mainland housing market booming like no tomorrow, now is a great time to get into the real estate market. Perhaps you are a first time home owner, or you are looking to downsize, but are not sure what options are available for you in the housing market.
So you’ve just purchased or moved into your first condominium. You want to make your new condominium into a home that you can be proud of — with great energy and a stunning style that’ll make guests envious of your taste.
Condo ownership is rising in popularity due to the many benefits it offers. It’s got both practical and financial upsides and drawbacks for both baby boomers and millennials. For millennials, condos cost less than traditional homes.
Buying a condominium, or condo, is much different than buying other forms of real estate. There are a lot of things you need to keep in mind before buying one. Condos carry many advantages over homes — they can sometimes be had at lower cost than a house, and there are a lot of things that will be done for you like regular maintenance and a great community lifestyle.
Spring is typically the hottest season for home sales, making now the perfect time to put your house on the market. I understand that the decision to sell your home is a big step, but there are certain things you can do to make the process much easier.
Ah, the farm life! Corn and beans growing in their fields. Bees buzzing as they softly kiss each wildflower. Cattle lowing in the distance. The patter of water as a sports car is washed inside a five-car garage.
The Lunar New Year celebrations may be over a month gone, but many of us can still hear the festive drums in our ears and taste the dumplings on our tongues.
One of the things that I’ve learned as a real estate specialist in Richmond is that people’s living requirements change throughout their lives. Senior citizens, for example, have much different lifestyle needs than a younger person.
Complaints surrounding short-term rental services like Airbnb have finally come to a head in our fair city of Richmond, B.C.
Richmond’s city council recently voted in unanimous approval of a ban on all rental services for durations shorter than 30 days.
Richmond is the community where I choose to live and work because of the fine people and amazing homes, and if you’re planning to move to Richmond, then your first step is to find the right living space for you and your family.