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Main & Twentieth

28 Aug

Main & Twentieth is a new condo developmentbyLanda Global Propertiesat 209 East 20th Avenue,Vancouver. The development was completed in 2020. Sales for available units range in price from $710,900 to $915,900.Main & Twentieth has a total of 42 units. Sizes range from 631 to 876 square feet. Main & Twentieth Details Website:landaglobal.com Building Address: 209 East 20th Avenue, Vancouver,BC Building Type:CondoOwnership: CondominiumSellingStatus: SellingSales…

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What you should know as a landlord about unpaid rent

28 Aug

During these challenging and often confusing times, many Canadians have struggled with the payment of their rent. To address this crisis the government of British Columbia has set the rules on how to deal with the unpaid rent that every landlord should be familiar with. Here are the answers to the questions landlords have been asking: Can I end the…

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Owner Occupied or Non Owner Occupied Rental Property

31 Jul

The Pros and Cons of Owner-occupied and Non-owner occupied Rentals Owner – occupied rental or non owner occupied rental? Investing in real estate has a range of great benefits. It is, classically, an investment. Along with text benefits and (hopefully) the property value steadily increasing, the idea of investing in a property has a wide appeal. Before doing so, it’s…

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BUYING A TENANT OCCUPIED PROPERTY

25 Jul

Tips Before Buying a Rental Property If you are in the market for buying a house for yourself or to turn into your own property for rent or sale, there are factors that can change the process. Houses with tenants are one of those factors. Consider some of these tips before you attempt to buy a tenant-occupied house. I. RIGHTS…

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The 411 ON OWNING RENTAL PROPERTY

18 Jul

Owning and Running a Rental Property There seems to be an ongoing conversation about how owning and running a rental is a great way to invest money. And really, what is not to like about it? You invest in something that you rent out and it practically pays for itself. Indeed, owning real estate to rent out remains a great…

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TOP 5 REALITIES OF BEING A LANDLORD

15 Jul

Understanding the realities of becoming a landlord YOUR GUIDE TO INVESTMENT PROPERTY. There are lots of things to like about being a landlord. After all, what is better than owning property and having that property provide you an income? Indeed, this is something that a lot of people aspire to but while you are busy dreaming, there are some realities…

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5 Good Reasons to Invest in Real Estate in 2020

12 Jul

Vancouver Real Estate is still the best investment today! Despite a bumpy 2019 for the housing market in Vancouver followed by a very challenging start to 2020, the housing market prospects are looking surprisingly good. It is, in fact an excellent time to buy. It’s a buyer’s market, rates are stable and there are attractive incentives for buyers looking to…

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SELLING TENANT OCCUPIED PROPERTY: 5 Ways to Make Selling Tenant Occupied Homes Easier

06 Jul

Your Guide to Selling Tenant Occupied Homes in BC Selling a tenant-occupied home is generally more difficult than selling an unoccupied home because you are dealing with people’s emotions around a threatened disruption of note. You’ll be bringing strangers into their home which will be disconcerting and inconvenient for them so you really need to get them on board with…

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June 2020 Vancouver Real Estate Market Report

05 Jul

Despite the current economic uncertainty of COVID 19, Vancouver’s Real Estate market continues to show up. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver recently released its monthly market report for the month of June 2020. REBGV report stated that residential home sales in Vancouver reached 2,443 in June 2020. This represent a 17.6 percent increase compared to the 2,077 sales…

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Condo Crisis? Analyst warns of massive Metro Vancouver presale drop-off

30 Jun

Real estate market analyst is calling attention to the plummeting condo and townhouse presales For a while, BC’s condo market future was burning bright. Now, it would seem that the fire has been extinguished. An ABC real estate market analyst is calling attention to the plummeting condo and townhouse presales. The feeling that something was happening was palpable but they…

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Vancouver Aquarium to Reopen this Friday after a 3 Month Break!

25 Jun

Vancouver Aquarium to Reopen this Friday after a 3 Month Break! Yay! The Vancouver Aquarium will reopen its door to the public on Friday, June 26 after being closed for three months due to the COVID – 19 outbreak. The Vancouver Aquarium’s reopening is in full compliance with orders from the Office of the Provincial Health Officer and recommendations from…

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How to Monetize a Slow or Empty Short-Term Rental during Coronavirus pandemic

28 May

How to Monetize your Airbnb COVID-19 has hit everyone hard. Since the Coronavirus truly took hold of the global travel industry in early March, vacation rental owners and managers have struggled to stay afloat. The unprecedented deluge of cancellations and refund requests came out of the blue and left us speechless. Many rental owners been left to employ their cash…

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COVID-19: REAL ESTATE DROP

13 May

Huge drop in real estate sales in Canada As social distancing rules and regulations currently stand, real estate agents will experience a harder time finding buyers and selling homes. Home sales are expected to drop by around 30 – 40 percent for the month of April alone. That is not including the fact that home sales are expected to remain…

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CERB: DON’T FORGET TO RE-APPLY!

11 May

You Will Have to Re-Apply to Continue Receiving CERB This Month, Even If You Applied in April Canadians will have to re-apply as the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) does not renew automatically! For Canadians who have stopped working and lost their source of living due to Covid-19, the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) can provide temporary income relief. And,…

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BUYING A HOME DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

08 May

Buying a home during the COVID-19 pandemic Trying to buy a house or business location during a pandemic is anything but easy. While people are fending off the worst of the epidemic with social distancing and only going out for essentials, it’s easy to think that buying a home right now is impossible. Lucky for potential homeowners, real estate agents…

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COVID 19: SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL SUPPORT

27 Apr

Overview of Financial Support for Tenants and Individual Landlords The COVID-19, or coronavirus crisis has left many Canadians without a job or with reduced hours and wondering how to pay their rent. The scope and scale of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan includes income support measures to help Canadians pay their rent. This article contains general information…

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CANADA’S COVID-19 PROJECTIONS

14 Apr

COVID-19 Measures Expected to Last Until Summer As Canadian’s are already well into their social distancing and preventative measures amid the COVID-19 crisis, the question on everyone’s mind is as to when this will all end. As numbers are spiking every day and Canada’s COVID-19 cases now over 11,000 as of April 3rd, the government officials say, we are far…

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