The Benefits of a Log Home

April 2nd, 2021

The Benefits of a Log Home
Log homes have been around for a very long time. There are log homes still standing which date back over 800 years! Living in a log home invokes a sense of calmness, peace and solitude that helps us escape—if only for a few moments. Read more below about the benefits of a Log Home and take a look at one of the nicest I've seen in the area. ...

Royal LePage: Canadian recreational house prices forecast to increase 15% in 2021

March 23rd, 2021

According to Royal LePage, the aggregate price of a house in Canada’s recreational regions is forecast to increase 15 percent in 2021 to $502,730, as demand continues to rapidly outpace inventory. The company revised its 2021 recreational property forecast, released in November 2020, upward to reflect the increasing unmet demand from potential buyers who are actively looking for properties. O ...


October 24th, 2018
Pemberton Listings (Click for photos and details)

156 Acres. Meadows. Range Land. Forest  $1,200,000

Legacy Ranch Land on 245 Acres  $1,675,000

Legacy Ranch on 142 Acres  $975,000

38 Acre Estate Property up Pemberton Meadows  $995,000

40.5 Acres Of Organic ...

The Upside of our New Real Estate Consumer Protection Rules

June 15th, 2018

Today, the British Columbia Superintendent of Real Estate implemented mandatory new rules and regulations for real estate professionals that will increase transparency in how we provide service to our clientele. Created to provide consumers with more clarity and protection when working with real estate agents, I believe that these rules are long overdue and will help make our industry even mo ...

B.C.’s small rural towns a surge in popularity.

April 26th, 2018

This story, by writer Paul Luke, resonates with me as my focus is connecting people together and helping them find their perfect home perhaps outside the city. My region extends from Vancouver's Northshore along the Sunshine coast, through Squamish to Pemberton, and all the way up to Gun Lake which is just North of the small town of Gold Bridge. More and more, small towns are attracting many ...

How Much Does a Family Need to Earn to Afford a Detached Home.

March 23rd, 2018

It seems that older Millennials across most of the country made up the largest share of homebuyers over the past 4 years with most of them being first-time buyers. But, according to trends published by Royal LePage, high home values in British Columbia have left many purchasers between the ages of 25 and 36 outside of the market. While 86 per cent of peak millennials studied in the province b ...

Stratifying Laneway Homes on the North Shore? We'll See.

December 1st, 2017
Make Way for Laneway... Some big changes have come to Vancouver zoning. Just this past October, the City of Vancouver Council approved policies that allow for more density on single family lots throughout the city. In the RS or one-family zones, homeowners are now allowed to build a laneway home, stratify it, and then sell it. The intention being to encourage the maintenance of older Vancouve ...

Nine Important Questions When Buying Land In British Columbia

November 9th, 2017

The one good thing about land is that they aren't making any more of it. If you hold on to it long enough you will see its value appreciate. Searching for land to build on or hold on to is a great experience. Do you know the right land buying questions to ask? It is important to be aware that purchasing raw land will require extensive due diligence.  You should know that most sellers won't ha ...

Time To what?

September 22nd, 2013
The Home Deal is Done...out by October 17...not much time to sort through 22 years of "Stuff"....the range of emotions has been interesting...the kids are still not sure...Mom has finally moved on... but boy is the dog ever confused!!! Today the family assembled and we did the Big Purge....From dusting off boxes that I never knew we had only to find special books that we read to the little on ...