November 2016

Found 3 blog entries for November 2016.


Our year-end holiday season is a great time for festivities with our loved ones, and enjoying winter activities in our community. Traditionally recognized as a quieter time in real estate, more and more savvy buyers and sellers are catching on to the seemingly hidden benefits of jumping into the market this time of year.

If you’re wondering if you should wait until the New Year to shop for your new home, here are some things to consider.

House hunting during the holidays brings with it some advantages, including less competition with others buyers (also freeing up some attention from the professionals involved in the transaction – all eyes on you!). Less competition means lower prices and fewer or no counter offers.

Here are our top Five Top

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Leading up to and on November 11, we wear poppies to show our pride and respect for those who gave their lives for us. Donations collected from poppies go directly to the Poppy Fund, a Canadian-wide campaign that provides financial assistance and support to Veterans, including Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP, and their families.

Have you bought your Poppy yet? In Port Alberni our local legion can be found volunteering giving out poppies as part of the Poppy Fund. Find them outside our local businesses in our community!

Remembrance Day in Port Alberni is an important affair; with celebrations, exhibits, parades and more! Here are a few events happening throughout the city this Friday for November 11th

Remembrance Day Ceremony


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Fall is often overlooked as an ideal time of year to purchase a recreational property, but more and more savvy investors are catching on to the notion that the autumn months provide many advantages to buyers of all types of properties.

The chances of finding your dream summer property are in your favour during the harvest season – and here’s why:

Less Competition: the market won’t be cluttered with many other buyers, as most people will wait until the spring to look for their summer recreational property. 

Take Your Pick: many sellers will decide to squeeze one last season out of their recreational property, putting it up on the market during the fall months.

Motivated Sellers: sellers who put up the For Sale sign in the fall don’t want

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