Real Estate Tips Blog

NEW! Real Estate rules take effect

(June 27, 2018)


As of June 15, 2018 the Real Estate Council of B.C. implemented new rules to further protect consumers in real estate transactions. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact any member of The Today Team. 

The Real Estate Council of BC has just released these short videos explaining the new forms.

New Listing in Port Moody, Beautiful Ocean View!

(April 11, 2017)

Chris Sheppard is listing the this home, if you show any interest please call him at (604) 802-2107.

1111 Ioco Road, Port Moody is a beautiful custom built home with Burrard Inlet views from almost every room...

With coffered ceilings, crown mouldings, high end finishes throughout, this home is the best of th... read more.

Proposed Port Moody Ocean Front Community

(February 17, 2017)

Proposed Port Moody Ocean Front Community could bring thousands of new residents to the area

Plans for a new waterfront community in Port Moody could bring 7,000 people and more than 1,000 jobs to a scallop of land that for more than a century has been home to the Flavelle sawmill.

Gone will be the piles of cedar logs, the clatter of machinery and the sawdust mountains; in their place, a bustling ne... read more.

Attention First-time Homebuyers!

(January 27, 2017)

Are you a first-time home buyer?

Introducing the BC Home Owner Mortgage and Equity Partnership (BC HOME Partnership)

What is this program?
Saving for your first home can be challenging, which is why the government of British Columbia has introduced a program designed to help you. It's aimed at eligible first-time homebuyers buying residences in the province of BC and will provide repayable down payme... read more.

Property Assessments vs. Market Value

(January 18, 2017)

Provincial Property Assessment notices have arrived in the mail, giving some homeowners a big smile and a bit more spring in their step (increased property taxes aside), while others wilt and lament at a modest gain or decrease in assessed value.

Hold on a sec, neither this assessment document nor either parties’ emotions, are tied to a current true market value. In fact provincial property assessm... read more.