Fall Winterizing Tips – Don’t Forget About Your Lawn

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During the fall months, homeowners tend to neglect their lawns. This makes it harder to get your lawn back into its former glory. There are a number of important lawn care chores and related tasks for a homeowner to complete, in order to winterize the yard in fall and ready the landscape for the next […]

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How Your Home Can Help You During Your Retirement

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Over the last 12 years, house prices in Canada have increased dramatically. If you are one of the fortunate long time homeowners nearing retirement, you are sitting on a gold mine, and the equity in your home may far surpass your retirement nest egg. Whether you’re planning on selling or staying in your current home, […]

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How To Ensure Your Home Inspector Does Not Miss These Important Problems That Will Impact Your Home Purchase

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For a majority of home-buyers, buying a new home without a reputable home inspector’s report is something that would never happen. That extra set of eyes gives potential homeowners the peace of mind that their new home won’t have a leaky roof or cracked foundation. Or something even worse. But what you might not realize, is […]

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Mark Brand – Thinking Outside the Box With The Save On Meats Token Program

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Mark Brand is no stranger to the spotlight. Being responsible for some of the most notable restaurants in East Vancouver, he bought the Save On Meats store in 2011, which had been an icon in East Vancouver from 1957 – 2009. The store features fully licensed diner, a butcher shop and retail store, and a community […]

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Is Vancouver’s Real Estate Market “A World Class Freak Show?”

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Ian Young, a blogger with the South China Morning Post, has termed the Vancouver real estate market a “World class freak show”, where average – looking, basic homes in a middle class neighborhood sell for over $3 million! Outsiders looking in find this very hard to believe and understand. Yet this is the new normal. […]

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