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655 Foster Avenue | Marquee at Lougheed Heights | Coquitlam Assignment Condo

Assignment of Contract Marquee at Lougheed Heights. Lougheed Heights by renowned Bosa Properties, located in the vibrant Coquitlam West. Surrounded by shopping malls, retail, schools, and parks, the neighbourhood has it all. This 2 bedroom assignment is on the 22nd-floor features 727 sq.ft of living space and a 192 sq.ft patio. Marquee is 3 minutes away from the Burquitlam Skytrain, and 10 min drive to SFU. With over 17,000 square feet of private amenity space including the social lounge, swimming pool, and fully equipped fitness centre.

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Arbutus Ridge by Cressey— A New Luxury Presale on Vancouver’s Westside with Floor Plans & Pricing

Arbutus Ridge—A Perfect Mix of Community and Private Living in One of Vancouver’s Most Sought-After Neighbourhoods At a Glance 47 condominiums 2 townhomes Curved limestone and undulating brick facade Featuring the signature CresseyKitchen™ Topped with the iconic red “Ridge” sign Upscale market Starting from $434,900 Arbutus Ridge is destined to become a centerpiece of Vancouver’s remarkably livable Westside. Situated on a natural elevation at 3113 Arbutus Street (at Arbutus and 16th), the development will feature true West Coast architecture and amazing views from striking terraces and outside living areas. The Cressey team is once again offering luxury designer finishes and…

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First Time Home Buyers Guide Vancouver – Episode 3 How to Hire a Realtor!

 Updated May 3, 2019 by Mike Stewart PREC Hiring a First Time Home Buyer Specialist in Vancouver In Episode 2 of the Vancouver First Time Home Buyers Guide we talked about how to figure out where to buy. Once you have decided on neighbourhood, it’s time to select a Realtor. How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Buyers Agent Realtor? Nothing!? Yes, 99 times out of 100, a Buyers Agent is paid a finders fee commission by the Sellers Agent if the Buyer that is working with the Buyers Agent purchases the Sellers Agents listed property! Furthermore, the…

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First Time Home Buyers Guide Vancouver BC – Episode 1 – Getting Started!

 This is the First Video in a Series of Videos with Tips for First Time Home Buyers in Vancouver's Property Market. So you're thinking of taking the plunge and buying your first home in beautiful Vancouver! How Much Can I Spend? What to Know Exactly? Get Pre-Approved! If you have several hundred thousand dollars in your bank account, great! If not, you should speak to your bank or a mortgage broker to find out how large of a mortgage you can get. The bank or broker will give you a mortgage pre-approval which is a rough estimation of what…

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Professional Photography for Your Listing – Cheapest way to get Top Dollar for your Property

It has been said that a picture says a Thousand Words... What do terrible Listing Photographs say about the value of your home? Use Professional Photography for your listing.  Poor listing photography undervalues your property and will never convey how beautifully maintained and decorated your home is. Here in Vancouver, terrible (or non-existent) photography for listings is RAMPANT! Have a quick look on Realtor.ca and you can see how many listings have either bad or non-existent photos. Getting professional photography is one of the best ways to get top dollar for your home. I have all my featured listings shot by…

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A Cool Animation That Visualizes the Credit Crisis of 2008-2009 by Jonathan Jarvis

The Currency Crisis Explained in Animation! By Mike StewartView in HD  Download 720p HD Version  Visit Mike Stewart's ExposureRoom Videos Page I saw this great animation about the Credit Crisis and I thought I'd share it. Its by Jonathan Jarvis as part of his thesis work in the Media Design Program, a graduate studio at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo. What do you think?

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When will Vancouver Real Estate Prices Hit Bottom? Beware of Those Telling you its Happening as its Happening!

Hi All, Pretty much everyday someone asks me when prices in the Vancouver real estate market will hit bottom and everyday I say I don't know. I say I don't know, because I don't have a crystal ball and can't see the future and as I licensed Realtor I can be liable if people take a hit relying on my predictions. There are people out there who are saying they KNOW when the prices will hit bottom and they can tell when prices are bottoming as they are hitting bottom. Don't trust these people! What happens if prices stabilise and…

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American Buyers are back in the Vancouver Condo Market. Could this be a sign?

American buyers are back in the Vancouver Condo Market in 2009! By Mike Stewart View in HD Download 720p Version Visit Mike Stewart's ExposureRoom Videos Page Hi All, American buyers are back in the Vancouver Condo Market! A good exchange rate for US buyers and the fact that some individuals and companies Stateside are weather the storm well means our American freinds and neighbours are back. Is this a sign that Stimulus is bringing confidence back? On another note this Video is the first I have shot with my new Flip Mino HD Camera. I'd love to hear your thoughts…

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More Justification of Stimulus and What Should We Do Instead?

Hi All, I recently posted on the stimulus packages being enacted around the world and it generated alot of conversation, which is great and I thank all those who participated. I shot a video justifying my position and I'd like to share with you. I'd also like to hear what people who oppose the stimulus packages think should be done to deal with the financial cirsis we find out ourselves in. I look forward to your comments!

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Lowball Offers – What they are, how to do it, and how to deal with one if you are a Seller

Lowballing Vancouver Real Estate Updated - November 15, 2021 When prices are falling in Vancouver Real Estate also known as a "Buyers Market", some buyers use an aggressive negotiation strategy called the Lowball offer. What is a Lowball? A Low Ball offer is a real estate offer on a home that is significantly less than the asking price (but maybe not the market value) of a property. Why are Canadians afraid to submit Low Ball offers? Negotiating the price for everyday items is not something that is commonly done in Canada. In this country, the only things that people haggle…

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Open Houses as a Marketing Tool for your Listing

  Hi All, I'm a huge fan of open houses as a marketing tool.  They provide a low-stress low anxiety atmosphere for potential buyers to see your listing. A lot of realtors don't like to do open houses and feel they don't do anything to sell a property. THEY ARE WRONG! Watch the video and let me know your thoughts. Have a look at 3005-111 West Georgia Street. This is the suite I mention in the video.

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