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24 220 4TH East Street, North Vancouver, British Columbia

January 28th, 2011

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Unique 1 bedroom TOWNHOUSE with views of the harbour, city & bridge from the 8' X 10' balcony or the 8' X 9' glass roofed solarium. Gas fireplace & gas outlet to the balcony for your barbecue!! Mail delivered to your own front door!! This is a top floor end unit in a well run complex of 28 ...

Stu Bell named Top Producer for 2010 at Prudential Sussex Realty!

January 24th, 2011


I would like to thank my clients for making 2010 an unforgettable one, and for helping me reach my goal of Top Producer in The Prudential Sussex Realty West Vancouver Office, the #1 Office in Canada.


I am looking forward to 2011 and climbing further up the list of Top Producers. I am proud to work in an industry leading office with the best realtors and staff in the business.


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New Lending Rules Now Enforced in Canada

January 17th, 2011

Tougher Lending in Canada

Effective March 18, 2011, it will become harder to buy a new home or consolidate debt into your mortgage.
That's due to three new changes announced today by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty:
  1. A 30-year maximum amortization on insured mortgages over 80% LTV
  2. An 85% LTV limit on insured refinances
  3. Elimination of government insurance on secured lines of credit (aka. ...

2011 BC Assessments Released

January 15th, 2011

This January 2011, homeowners across the Lower Mainland and BC received their 2011 Property Assessment Notice.

In General, Assessment Values increased and the total assessed value increased 8%. In West Vancouver the increase was 13.03%, slightly ahead of 12.71% in Vancouver, 8.84% in the District of North Vancouver and 8.05% in the City of North Vancouver.


The assessments are based ...

December 2010 Real Estate Stats

January 6th, 2011

December Stats

Real estate market stable at year-end

The Greater Vancouver residential housing market entered three distinctive phases in 2010. Continued buoyancy from the post-recession recovery began the year, followed by a summer lull and, throughout the fall, a sustained period of stability.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) repo ...