How A Pet Can Be A Landlord’s Best Friend!

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Canadians love their pets.  There are a large number of pet owners that rent apartments, condos and houses. However, many landlords are reluctant to allow these pet owning families as tenants on their property, for fear of having the pets spoil their property.  Here are some good reasons that you as a landlord, may want […]

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Moving? Take These Important Steps When You Move Into Your New Home.

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We are now into the prime of the moving season – more houses are bought and sold at this time than at any other time of the year. There is a lot to do in a new home. Here are some important basic tasks that should be done as soon as you move into your […]

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How To Make An Offer Below Asking Price – And Win!

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In your search for the ideal home, you may come across a situation where you have finally found the ideal home, but the asking price is too high. It’s time for the skilled art of negotiation!  With our current hot real estate market, sellers have more of an edge than buyers, as there are multiple […]

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How To Reduce Your Water Consumption At Home

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Let’s face it – we are living in a land of water abundance and we have never had to think about our consumption of water, until now.  Reducing your use of water is not difficult to do, especially since we have been using water at ‘alarming rates’. According to Environment Canada, in 2004, the average […]

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Vancouver Now Experiences Stage 2 Water Restrictions – What Does This Mean For Households?

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Consider these facts: We have experienced the hottest May and June on record.  The water reservoir levels are at levels usually seen in late July and August. The reservoir level is currently sitting at 79 percent and is receding at a much faster rate. Water use across the region rose to about 33.5 billion litres […]

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