Many home buyers have difficulty seeing past the current state of a property and being able to visualize what it could look like.
There are many statistics floating around estimating how much prices have dropped so far in Vancouver during this past year. These stats are often too general or biased to be considered fully reliable. Shawn Brown of West Haven Group explains why.
2018 was an interesting year for Vancouver real estate. The three preceding years had seen a very hot and competitive market, but this changed suddenly last March. Even with the shifting market, there are still opportunities for savvy buyers and investors.
A one-of-a-kind residence offering unparalleled design and quality is for sale in Yaletown and the Beach District. Every surface and fixture in this beautiful one bedroom home has been made new, and every detail re-imagined. The showpiece custom kitchen features Wolf and Fisher & Paykel appliances, Caeserstone countertops, bronze cabinet handles, steel-faced accent cabinets, and […]
A fully renovated sub-penthouse in Gastown is on the market, with easy access to delicious croissants downstairs at Cadeaux Bakery. This nearly 1,000 square feet, two-bedroom home at the Smart building features designer lighting and finishes, including a six-piece Fisher & Paykel and Bosch kitchen with huge island, Quartz waterfall countertops, ambient custom dining area, […]
A one bedroom condo at Granville West on West 12th Avenue in Vancouver has been completely redesigned in a top-notch renovation and is now on the market. The home features engineered wood flooring, custom wall paneling, smoothed ceilings, and custom lighting fixtures. A spacious designer kitchen features plenty of storage and a six-piece appliance package […]