Buying a Home: Overview

Buying a Home: Overview

If you’ve decided to buy a house, you may be wondering where to begin — find a real estate agent? Go to open houses? You’ll have to juggle a number of tasks simultaneously, ranging from the fun to the tedious. The preview below will alert you what’s ahead and link you to other key information.

Century

Century

This neighbourhood around Fraser Street and East 30th Avenue has a lot of potential. It has history. It has character. It is right in the middle of Vancouver, surrounded by unique cultural texture, and central to the best of the city. Yet many feel that Fraser needs something. In fact, that something is coming very soon: a community of quality homes that will make Fraser Street more attractive than ever, including an upcoming Starbucks, Shoppers Drug Mart, and a Nofrills market. Century will play a vital role in the true emergence of this area of the city. This is an ideal chance to own a timeless Vancouver home, in a neighbourhood that suits you perfectly.

Tips for First Time Home Buyers

Tips for First Time Home Buyers

1. Be choosy, but realistic.
You may never find the prefect home.

2. Do your homework before looking at homes.
Determine exactly what features you want in a home and which are most important to you.

Why use a top Real Estate Agent

Why use a top Real Estate Agent

Why use a top Real Estate Agent

When you are ready to sell, I will…

1. Provide a Comparative Market Analysis for your home to determine an appropriate sales price.

10 Design Tips: The Master Bedroom

10 Design Tips: The Master Bedroom

Here are 10 tips for designing a grand master bedroom, perfect for everyday escapes:

1. Consult a professional before knocking down a wall to capture more space. If it’s load-bearing new structural reinforcement will be needed.

iPhone

Online travel booking sites beef up mobile offerings

Travel suppliers and the online agencies that sell their bookings are targeting a new breed of jet setter who cannot be bothered booking trips in advance.

These travellers are relying more on their mobile smart phones – the iPhone, BlackBerry or Android – to negotiate, book and manage trips they have already begun, perhaps even from the parking lot of a hotel where they hope to stay.

TAIWANfest

2010 TELUS TAIWANfest – September 4-6, 2010

We live in a society that relies on changes to advance. Changes come from challenging perceptions, reinventing traditions and dreaming the impossible. Crossover is a universal concept which symbolizes the movement or action of change. The festival aims to use “Crossover” to abstractly illustrate how Taiwan has transformed.