Bidding wars on tear down properties are no longer raising eyebrows on the Canadian west coast. International buyers want water views, upscale communities, and a home designed to suit every possible fancy.
West Vancouver, British Columbia, is one of the most expensive suburbs in Canada with the average home valued over $1.5 Million. The waterfront community boasts some of the most spectacular views ...
Posted by Charles Bilash
on July 20, 2011
If you think that when you retire your pension will allow you to continue to live in the manner to which you have become accustomed during your working life, think again! These days most people know the importance of taking things into their own hands when planning for their future. When it comes to investing your money there are a lot critical decisions to make and unless you have special ...
Posted by Diane Walker
on March 4, 2011
When I started in commercial Real Estate, I was only 20. I wore collared shirts and cardigan sweaters all the time; I styled my hair conservatively, and aligned my fashion with the goal of looking older. According to a recent study, the average age of commercial real estate agents is 56. I am now almost 31.
I have nothing against older people. In fact, many of my clients are older ...
Posted by Bob Sheddy
on October 21, 2010
We know we have much to be proud of as Canadians - but the reasons are really stacking up with developments in international housing markets in recent years. As reported by The Globe and Mail in an article titled "20 Reasons to Buy Canadian (Not Including Hockey)," Scotia Capital economists Derek Holt and Karen Cordes include the fact that "real estate is richly valued and more of a containable risk ...
Posted by Don Lawby
on April 14, 2010