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Non Conforming Stratas: And What You Should Know About Them

A term lately seems to have become popular in Real Estate here in Nanaimo is “Detached Duplex” which is where a builder has stratified a single piece of land into two strata lots, and built two detached buildings justified under a zoning as a duplex. Read on to find out the important details that should be looked into when buying this type of property, so you can be as informed as possible about what you may potentially be buying.

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What to expect when not much time has passed between your purchase and sale.

You’ve purchased your home not that long ago, and circumstances have changed and you’ve come to the decision that you should sell the home. Selling a home after a shorter time frame has passed is not always ideal, and in stagnant or declining market, might actually result in you losing money. Read on to learn more about what should know if you’re heading into this situation.

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What To Expect As A First Time Seller

Selling your first home can be an exciting but also overwhelming and stressful experience so its important to make sure you have the proper guidance to help steer you in the right direction. Tying in the purchase of your second home to this experience will no doubt add more details to be looked after so its important to have the right expertise to help you prepare, and look after you along the way.

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Should I Rent Or Should I Buy?

A long standing debate that I am sure many could continue to discuss over is if you’re better off renting or if you’re better off buying a place to call your own.

Im going to discuss in this blog some of the pros and cons to both sides of this argument that an individual should probably be considering before making the decision to purchase their first place or to continue renting. Read on to hear the main arguments in this important decision, and figuring out what best suits you.

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Nanaimo Real Estate Market Update – January 2019

The sleepy winter months of Real Estate seem to be at an end and with the fairly mild winter that we have had so far (ignoring the recent cold snap and dusting of snow) seems to have produced what feels like an earlier start to the spring market. With rumours of interest rates potentially dropping, or at the very least not going up in the near future, it feels like a potential recipe for a busy start to the year in what is now a much more balanced market for buyers and sellers.

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