The Impact of Cannabis legalization in Real Estate

(April 21, 2018)



Yesterday was April 20, an international counterculture holiday to celebrate and consume cannabis, and perhaps an appropriate date to discuss how Bill C-45, which will allow cannabis to become legal across the entire country, will impact the real estate industry, particularly the part that allows individuals to grow weed at home.


Michael Bourque, CEO of the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA... read more.

Expanding my Focus

(April 14, 2018)




Over the past two decades in the real estate industry, it has been my pleasure to help my clients find their dream home on the North Shore.

As time has gone by and my clients' needs have evolved, many have decided to move out of the North Shore and seek my help to find their new home in other parts of the Lower Mainland. 

This year, I am happy to announce that I have expanded my work areas beyond t... read more.

Why home staging helps sell your home

(April 04, 2018)



Do you know that feeling when you walk into someone else’s home, and you don't want to disturb anything? You know it's not yours, so you are very careful when moving around. Well, that's not the feeling you want prospective Buyers to feel when they visit your home for sale. You want them to see themselves living in that space; you want them to explore and… feel at home.

In February,
the Lower Main... read more.

Where is the market: Spring 2018

(March 17, 2018)



Spring is historically the busiest time of the year for homebuyers and sellers, but will this upcoming season follow the trend? It looks like we might face a different situation from the past few years.

According to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, February sales of detached homes saw the biggest decline down 16.6% from 2017. Now, the average price for a detached house in Greater Vancou... read more.

The Flavour of Lower Lonsdale

(March 09, 2018)

 
Lower Lonsdale has long been a culinary destination on the North Shore. First came the family and chef-owned restaurants and a few years later, the big chains, who saw opportunity in the bustling changing area. 

The first blocks of Lonsdale offer award-winning, world-class cuisine: Italian, Greek, Belgian, Northwestern, Korean, Japanese, Plant-based. The question is not what’s available, but what a... read more.