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Rainy day blues? Kids going nuts inside? Time to explore Burnaby

Posted on Jan 18, 2023

Another bleak rainy winter day?  Kids going crazy at home with nothing to do?  Here's our tried and tested list of family fun ideas to hanging out in Burnaby on a wet day.

1. Visit the Burnaby Village Museum for a fun and educational experience. The museum is full of interactive displays, so kids can learn about the history of the area.

2. Explore the...

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Top 5 Reasons to Renovate Your Home in 2023

Posted on Jan 16, 2023

1. Increase the value of your home – Renovating your condo or townhome can increase its value, making it more attractive to potential buyers if you’re looking to sell in the future.

2. Increase the usable space – Renovating your home can add extra rooms, extend existing rooms, or even add a closet or two. This will give you more space to live and en...

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Burnaby and SFU real estate market shifting as interest rates rise

Posted on Jun 16, 2022

The SFU housing market saw home sales bounce back in may over April. Three bedroom homes remain limited while the greatest activity is with two bedroom condos.

Meanwhile the Burnaby detached market softened dramatically with homes now selling under asking price.

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Downtown market softens in May as inventory continues to rise

Posted on Jun 10, 2022

Even though homes are selling on average 3% above list price last month the downtown condo market is shifting towards more balanced conditions.  Inventory rose for the 5th month in a row, and sales and prices decreased month to month.   

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Downtown still in a Seller's market but sales softening appear to mark shift

Posted on May 12, 2022

Vancouver's downtown condo and townhouse inventory and prices are up but the market may be cooling as sales dropped month to month. Coal Harbour sales activity was the weakest of the neighbourhoods with Downtown seeing the most demand. The greatest demand was for homes between $600-$700K.

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SFU real estate market begins to shift towards more balanced conditions

Posted on May 12, 2022

The SFU market is shifting towards more balanced conditions as home inventory increases month to month and sales cool. Townhouses prices are rising while condo prices are softening for most price points.  Meanwhile the Burnaby detached market remains very active with homes selling well over asking price in less than a week. 

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