First time homebuyers should disregard market trends and focus on own financial abilities when making a buying decision.
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Condominium – Complex insurance deductibles have risen sharply over the past few years. This movement has led to many councils to change their bylaws to enable designation of individual unit to be held financial responsible for damage caused to common property.
Before you buy your home, check out these grants and rebates options. The list includes Home Buyer’s Plan, Tax rebates, Energy Saving Mortgages, BC Hydro Buy-back Program, a Solar Home Pilot and more! Check it out here REALTOR LINK March 11, 2011
Have you ever gone for an evening stroll, stopped momentarily at a neighbour’s newly renovated home, then tried to sneak a peek through the window without being blatantly obvious? For one day only, you won’t have to sheepishly peer through someone’s window to check out the home improvements, you can walk right in the front [...]
The city council has set an ambitious path to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. The first target is to reduce community GHG emissions 33 per cent below current levels by 2020. The second target is to have all new construction GHG neutral by 2030 Statistics show that green homes built in Seattle since 2007 make [...]
Adding a big round chair or a circular rug or ottoman can make your guests feel more at home. People react more positively to space filled with curvy forms and shapes because curvilinear forms create warmth. In recent research study, students were shown four rooms, two of which contained rounded furniture, while the other two [...]
The future of green living is in Kamloops, BC, where one of Canada’s first….
If you are thinking of renovating your kitchen, be sure to think green before you start!
Signing a mortgage is one of the biggest financial decisions most people will face….