Inspiration from Steveston Village

From today’s Province newspaper.


Hotter housing prices in Vancouver and other desirable West Coast cities close nearby may be driving young people out of the region or even the province in greater numbers.


There is no shortage of anecdotes about families, couples and even singles deciding to up stakes and settle where the grass may or may not be greener but at least there is a lawn.


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We have updated to include more info on things to do, places to see, food and dining, services, and shopping.  In the interest of promoting our local community, we are encouraging local business owners to provide us a write-up on their business to include in our blog.


Today we feature Couture Consignment:


“Couture Consignment is an ultra hip vintage and couture ...

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Article courtesy of REBGV:


When REALTORS® ask potential home buyers what one expense can mean the difference between signing a contract to buy a home and sitting on the fence, they’ll likely say the same thing: it’s the taxes. The tax that makes homes more unaffordable in an already expensive market is the Property Transfer Tax (PTT).


For 25 years, the PTT has been adding to the cost of...

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The 2011 Greater Vancouver housing market began with heightened demand in regional hot spots and concluded with greater balance between seller supply and buyer demand.


The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that total sales of detached, attached and apartment properties in 2011 reached 32,390, a 5.9 per cent increase from the 30,595 sales recorded in 2010, and a 9.2 per cent...

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