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- We know the market, know the community and know how to protect your valuable asset
- Meticulous tenant screening and monitoring
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To (just) LIST or to SELL...that is the question!
The market has slowed substantially over the past several months. Homes are being listed but many are not selling. Those that are still selling need to be priced right to get attention from buyers. If a home is attractively priced, and marketed well, there are still buyers out there willing to buy. We are still getting a lot of activity on ...
What's the deal with the School Tax?
A lot of people are asking me about the school tax-particularly as it applies to luxury homes...I won't get into the issue of whether we can really call a $3 million-dollar home in Vancouver "luxury" but here is the information from the Province's website. If you would like me to explain any issues or answer questions about it, please let me know.
More on Property Assessments: How to Calculate Tax Payable
Here is an article from the BC Assessment Authority which answers a question a lot of my clients have been asking about the tax payable on their homes this year.
The Property Tax Equation
BC Assessment determines the assessed value of your property based on a valuation date of July 1st of each year. Your assessment notice is mail ...
Every year people ask what their property assessments mean?
The key thing to note: Assessed values are not a reflection of market value. Assessed vs. Market values are often like apples vs. oranges...totally different things. For many years, prices and assessed values have usually been going up. However assessed values still rarely coincided with market value. This year, most assessed values ...
Life of a Landlord...BC or Not BC, that is the question!
As BC has continued to improve the rights of tenants (which can make life a lot more difficult for landlords) I am hearing from more and more investors thinking of selling their BC rental properties and investing in other provinces. I can understand that (I personally own a lot of properties outside of the Lower Mainland and several ou ...