Renovating a heritage home in Vancouver vs building from scratch

Renovating a heritage home in Vancouver vs building from scratch

Wednesday 22.June 2016

The high cost of buying a home in Vancouver has been well documented. A new trend of refurbishing heritage homes has been developing among would-be homeowners. But is the cost of fixing up an older home competitive to building a brand new home?

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Renovating a heritage home in Vancouver vs building from scratch

The high cost of buying a home in Vancouver has been well documented. A new trend of refurbishing heritage homes has been developing among would-be homeowners. But is the cost of fixing up an older home […]

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Vancouver Prices Still a Complicated Equation in May 2016

May was it’s beautiful self in terms of weather and real estate. All is well in the rear view mirror. Sales were up and so were prices. The benchmark price for all detached properties increased 37% from May 2015 […]

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Why Do Vancouver Landlords Hate Pets so Much (And What a Pet Owner Can Do About It)

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Vancouver Market in April 2016: Affordability is a Receding Goal

Play it Sam. Play it again…..it may not be 1942 in Casablanca but it feels like a war in the Vancouver real estate market. The April stats are just more of the same old story: highest selling April on record, […]

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Street Art in Vancouver: The Artist’s Perspective

When Lululemon founder and prominent Vancouver billionaire Chip Wilson commissioned a $7,000 graffiti mural to cover a portion of the Seawall that sits on his property, he thought he was doing the city of […]

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An explosion of self-starters and entrepreneurs have taken over Vancouver in the past few years, and working remotely has become more desirable than ever. Whether you work from home, in an office or a co-working […]

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Photo Essay: Vancouver’s Winter Farmers’ Markets

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