188 Keefer Vancouver condos will offer high-end living in one of Vancouver’s most dynamically transforming real estate districts. Located at 188 Keefer St. (Main and Keefer), the development will be a burst of new life on the site of a former casino.
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188 Keefer Vancouver Condos—Making Your Home in a Neighbourhood of History and Promise
188 Keefer is destined to become an exciting addition to Vancouver’s already rapidly evolving Chinatown. Lucky residents in the sleek 17-storey tower will need only to gaze out the windows to choose among the many amazing nearby parts of the city to visit or shop.
First Time Home Buyer Safety – Subject to Inspection in the Contract of Purchase and Sale!
In Episode 14, we talked about Subject to Financing and how this is a powerful way to protect a first time home buyer when it comes to financing. Today we are going to talk about the Subject to Inspection clause in the Contract of Purchase and Sale and how this can protect a new home buyer in Vancouver.
What is an Inspection When Buying a Home in Vancouver?
An Inspection or Home Inspection as they are commonly referred to in Vancouver is when the Buyer has a qualified and certified Home Inspector check over the physical condition of the property that is of interest.
In most cases the Home Inspection is done after there is an accepted offer and the Home Inspector checks the following:
The exterior envelope of the home (be it a condo or a house) that including, the foundation, parking garage, the roof, the walls, etc as well as the drainage systems and any out buildings or features on the grounds of the property
The interior of the home and all its mechanical and structural systems including plumbing, electrical, flooring, wall systems like drywall, ventilation, windows, skylights, etc
At the end of the Home Inspection, the Buyer receives and inspection report which will clearly lay out the condition of the property and any issues the property may have.
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Spring delivers greater balance to Greater Vancouver housing market
A closer relationship between home buyer demand and the supply of homes for sale has been having a stabilizing impact on home prices in the Greater Vancouver housing market over the last three months. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in Greater Vancouver reached 2,627 on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in April 2013. This represents a 6.1 per cent decrease compared to the 2,799 sales recorded in April 2012, and an 11.9 per cent increase compared to the 2,347 sales in March 2013.
Last month’s sales equate to the lowest April total in the region since 2001 and 20.9 per cent below the 10-year sales average for the month.