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Update lampshades with new ones in more contemporary shapes or simply fresh white shades.

Paint is the classic makeover potion. Instead of repainting a whole room, just paint one wall in a focal colour or paint a contrasting rectangle over a sofa to use as a “gallery” space. You can also paint the insides of bookshelves in an unexpected colour or paint your ceiling a lighter version of the wall colour. Update your kitchen with paint or any other space in your home.

Update your window dressings. IKEA and other home stores have reams of readymade draperies you can hem to the right size (or leave to puddle on the floor), or you can make your own from sheets or lengths of designer outlet fabric. Hang from an attractive new curtain rod, also available in stock sizes.

Pull a room together by choosing two contrast colours – black and white, say, or white and one bright colour – and use them as a repeating theme throughout, such as a row of yellow and white pillows on a sofa, or robin’s egg blue walls and all-white furnishings.

A simple but effective tip: Edit your accessories. Too much of a good thing is too much. Try taking all your home decor accessories and putting them in a box, then putting them back one by one where they’ll have the most impact.

Take down all your paintings and other art and move them around to different walls or different rooms. It’ll be like seeing them for the first time.

A classic display scheme ever since Victorian times: Create a gallery wall of family photos and other small pictures in matching (or contrasting) frames, arranged in a collage on a large wall such as a stairwell or hallway. (For best results, first create a plan by arranging them on the floor till you find the right composition and “balance.”) The art of arrangement is always stylish.

Inexpensive frame mouldings from the box store can transform a plain wall or hallway into an instant paneled look. Paint the mouldings in a contrasting shade or white.

Replace overhead lighting with thrift-store (or box store) chandeliers. (Note: it’s recommended to hire a professional electrician to install them.) A dated-looking chandelier can be painted white. You can also add extra crystal drops, available at lighting stores.

Peruse Craigslist, eBay or freecycle.org regularly for finds. It’s amazing what shows up at a bargain or even free – but like any good flea market shopper, be sure to check regularly, as good things go fast.

Carpet stores often have remnants of high-end carpet at rock-bottom prices that make a great area rug. The store may bind the edges for you, or you can do it yourself with carpet binding tape and some tidy hand-sewing.

Some paint stores sell mixed paint for much less than custom-mixed paint because the colour was off or it was returned to the store. Great if you’re willing to experiment on the colour.

Re-tile kitchen backsplashes. Most backsplashes require only a few square feet of tile, so you can treat yourself to a fancy style or use plain porcelain tile for most of the surface. Then intersperse a few hand-painted or high-end tiles as accents.

Small details make all the difference: Beautiful coasters, interesting desk frames, a small but exquisite crystal vase filled with fresh flowers.

Buy a half-dozen four-inch terra cotta pots and paint in a trio of coordinating colours. Plant with herbs and line the pots up on a kitchen windowsill.

Big box stores have come a long way in terms of cheap and chic bathroom accessories and stylish storage options. For a fraction of what you’d pay in a high-end bath boutique, you can often get pretty designs in wood or china, or sleek modern accents.

A trick made famous by Woody Allen in Annie Hall: Change the lightbulb in your bedroom lamp with a pink one for a rosy, romantic glow. Or opt for a pink lampshade, which can produce something of the same effect.

Replace the drawer and cabinet pulls in your kitchen, bath, bedroom, or on a furniture piece. Inexpensive stylish options can be found at Lee Valley, Summerhill Hardware, IKEA or other big box stores, or you can scour a thrift shop or antique store for vintage ones.

Replace your bathroom shower curtain and curtain hooks, for an instant freshener for even the most dingy bathroom. Create a sparkling bathroom makeover.

You can now buy ready-made slipcovers that with a few judicious tucks, fit much better than the wrinkly versions of yore. Or, for a little more investment, have loose-fitting slipcovers made.

Replacing an ugly old faucet with a new one is a relatively simple DIY project. Many big box store styles are designed for home installers and include all the fittings and instructions in the box.

Purchase an inexpensive but attractive frame, or rescue an old one from an antique store or your parents’ attic. Paint flat white and attach small rings to the upper corners. Place hooks on the wall to correspond and hang. Hang a couple of vintage plates or smaller framed pictures artfully inside, or leave the framed space as-is, for an artful and simple focal point.

Maximize light in a darker room by hanging a framed mirror directly opposite the window.

Take a walk in the park, woods or beach and pick up interesting (and free) seasonal accents for your home. A tray filled with pinecones, a tall vase of dried pampas grass stalks, or a bowl of colourful pebbles, beach glass or shells all make eye-catching home decor accessories.

Spruce up your entrance by painting your front door a cheerful colour. Pair it with a new lighting fixture, mailbox and house numbers - all available at the box store.

For more easy decor tips, try these 99 cheap decorating tricks.
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"Many condominium corporations have rules imposing weight restrictions on pets allowed in the condominium.  These restrictions often oppose occupants who wish to keep their pets and corporations who have a duty to enforce their governing documents."
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There is plenty of demand for housing and it's a competitive spring market for homebuyers. There were 4056 sales in May up 23% from last year.

It's the 3rd consecutive month that sales have surpassed the 4000 mark and only the second time in our boards history that this has occurred. Total number of listings are down 23



#marketupdate #housingmarketupdate
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Take in the amazing city and mountain views from one of Vancouver’s most walkable neighbourhoods. Close to all the amenities including groceries, shopping, coffee shops and restaurants. Fairview is conveniently located close to downtown. You can be downtown in minutes by car over the Cambie, Granville or Burrard Bridges or easily by transit or bike.

The Northern border of Fairview begins at 6th Ave and runs close to Granville Island. Bordered on the south by 16th Avenue. Fairview has a span from Burrard on the West to Cambie on the East.  Within the geographical boundaries of Fairview are the well known neighborhoods of South Granville, surrounding the business district from 6th up to 16th. Also Fairview Slopes with amazing city and mountain vistas!

Connect to the 7th, 10th, Heather, Yukon bike paths that run through the neighbourhood. The bike route also connect with the Cypress Bike route one block west of  Burrard Street.


There are plenty of amenities nearby. Well situated for groceries, restaurants, coffee shops and transit. The primary housing type in the neighbourhood are Condos and Townhouses. There are very few houses left in this neighbourhood.

Fairview is home to one of Vancouver’s most popular attractions. Granville Island, and also to Gallery Row in the South Granville shopping district. Fairview is in the central section of the city, from Granville Island along scenic False Creek to Science World, and south to Shaughnessy.

6th and Fir Park
A new park has now been constructed at 6th and Fir creating more accessible green space for the benefit people who live and work in the area.

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You can't fight reality.

"I think the problem we have with single family homes in Vancouver is we're not making anymore of them. We'll never create another single family lot in my lifetime. There's depleting inventory and increasing demand," Rennie told The Early Edition's Rick Cluff.
Real estate magnate Bob Rennie says young Vancouverites should either let go of their dream of owning a single-family detached home in the city, or embrace density.
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How to: Clean and preserve resin wicker

1 PREPARE
Remove all cushions, which should be laundered separately as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Remove and clean any glass panes (such as tabletops) with a specialty spray.

2 CLEAN
Using the jet setting, hose the furniture off with water to remove loose dirt, dust and water marks. Though weather-resistant synthetic wicker is significantly sturdier than its natural-fibre counterpart, its textured surface poses the same cleaning challenge. Get into the nooks and crannies by scrubbing the surface with a nylon-bristled brush dipped in soapy water (use one part mild dish soap to eight parts water). If you live in a very wet climate, add one part white vinegar to the solution to ward off mildew. Rinse the furniture with the hose and leave it out in the sun to dry.

3 PRESERVE
At the end of the season, move the furniture to a covered area like a garage or shed, and drape it with cotton canvas sheeting to combat dust. If you’re unable to take it indoors, wrap the furniture tightly in waterproof tarps.
By Mary Levitski Photography Virginia Macdonald
How to spruce up your weatherproof woven furniture and keep it pristine.
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"Thomas Davidoff, Associate Professor at the Sauder School of Business of UBC, takes a look at the impact of Wednesday's Bank of Canada interest rate cut on #Vancouver #real estate and the Canadian economy."
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Thomas Davidoff, Associate Professor at the Sauder School of Business of UBC, takes a look at the impact of Wednesday's Bank of Canada interest rate cut on Vancouver real estate and the Canadian economy.
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Metro Vancouver home sales set record pace in June Last month was the highest selling June, and the second highest overall monthly total, on record for the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).

The REBGV reports that residential property sales in Metro Vancouver* reached 4,375 on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in June 2015. This represents a 28.4 per cent increase compared to the 3,406 sales recorded in June 2014, and an increase of 7.9 per cent compared to the 4,056 sales in May 2015.

Last month’s home sales were 29.1 per cent above the 10-year sales average for the month. It’s the fourth straight month with over 4,000 sales, which is a first in the REBGV’s history. The previous highest number of residential home sales was 4,434, recorded in May 2005.

“Demand in our detached home sales market continues to drive activity across Metro Vancouver,” Darcy McLeod, REBGV president said. “There were more detached home sales in the region last month than we’ve seen during the month of June in more than 10 years.”

The MLS® Home Price Index composite benchmark price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver is currently $694,000. This represents a 10.3 per cent increase compared to June 2014.

“Housing market activity comes in cycles; we’re in an up cycle right now that looks similar to the mid-2000s,” McLeod said. “It would be easy to point to one factor that’s causing this cycle, but the truth is that it’s a number of different factors.

“Conditions today are being driven by low-interest rates, a declining supply of detached homes, a growing population, a provincial economy that’s outperforming the rest of Canada, pent-up demand from previous years and, perhaps most importantly, the fact that we live in a highly desirable region,” McLeod said.

New listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Metro Vancouver totalled 5,803 in June. This represents an 8.7 per cent increase compared to the 5,339 new listings reported in June 2014.

“We’re seeing a steady stream of new listings entering the market, but the overall number of homes for sale is not keeping up with buyer demand,” McLeod said.

The total number of properties currently listed for sale on the region’s MLS® is 12,181, a 23.9 per cent decline compared to June 2014 and a 1.3 per cent decline compared to May 2015. This is the lowest active listing total for June since 2006.

The sales-to-active-listings ratio in June was 35.9 per cent. This is the highest that this ratio has been in Metro Vancouver since June 2006. A seller’s market typically occurs when this ratio exceeds 20 per cent for a sustained period of time.

“The competition in today’s market means that buyers have less time to make decisions,” McLeod said. “Given this, it’s important to work with your REALTOR® to gain insight into the local market, to get quick access to new MLS® listings, to develop a buying strategy that meets your needs and risk appetite, and to receive other services and protections that come from having professional representation.”

Sales of detached properties in June 2015 reached 1,920, an increase of 31.3 per cent from the 1,462 detached sales recorded in June 2014, and a 74.2 per cent increase from the 1,102 units sold in June 2013. The benchmark price for a detached property in Metro Vancouver increased 14.8 per cent from June 2014 to $1,123,900.

Sales of apartment properties reached 1,774 in June 2015, an increase of 35.6 per cent compared to the 1,308 sales in June 2014, and an increase of 66.1 per cent compared to the 1,068 sales in June 2013. The benchmark price of an apartment property increased 5.3 per cent from June 2014 to $400,200.

Attached property sales in June 2015 totalled 681, an increase of 7.1 per cent compared to the 636 sales in June 2014, and a 44.3 per cent increase from the 472 attached properties sold in June 2013. The benchmark price of an attached unit increased 7.1 per cent between June 2014 and 2015 to $506,900.

*Editor’s Note:  Areas covered by Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver include: Whistler, Sunshine Coast, Squamish, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Richmond, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, and South Delta. Courtesy of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.

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It has been very active in the neigbhourhood. Here is a list of South Granville and Fairview Slopes Condos and Townhouses that have recently sold. Find below, MLS residential sales for this area as processed by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) between June 1st to June 12, 2015.
If you are interested in finding out listing and selling prices for South Granville and Fairview Slopes or other Vancouver neighbourhoods please contact Jeffrey Sefton for more information at 778-235-4501.
401 3008 WILLOW ST
202 2851 HEATHER ST
2207 ASH ST
2307 ALDER ST
306 1690 W 8TH AV
1371 W 8TH AV
12 1263 W 8TH AV
1039 W 8TH AV
203 788 W 8TH AV
301 1777 W 7TH AV
101 1483 W 7TH AV
202 1333 W 7TH AV
304 1315 W 7TH AV
101 1315 W 7TH AV
301 1005 W 7TH AV
6 939 W 7TH AV
8 766 W 7TH AV
214 638 W 7TH AV
211 511 W 7TH AV
207 511 W 7TH AV
309 1166 W 6TH AV
776 W 6TH AV
1071 W 16TH AV
1069 W 16TH AV
202 863 W 16TH AV
102 633 W 16TH AV
114 1235 W 15TH AV
401 719 W 15TH AV
104 1088 W 14TH AV
303 1777 W 13TH AV
108 1710 W 13TH AV
1002 1686 W 13TH AV
116 750 W 12TH AV
102 750 W 12TH AV
307 1675 W 10TH AV
7 1606 W 10TH AV
301 1337 W 10TH AV

Here is a list of South Granville and Fairview Slopes Condos and Townhouses that have recently sold. Find below, MLS residential sales for this area as processed by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) between May 1st to May 31st, 2015.
If you are interested in finding out listing and selling prices for South Granville and Fairview Slopes or other Vancouver neighbourhoods please contact Jeffrey Sefton.
2232 WILLOW ST
P8 2885 SPRUCE ST
302 2550 SPRUCE ST
202 2776 PINE ST
405 2288 PINE ST
2213 OAK ST
419 1445 MARPOLE AV
411 1445 MARPOLE AV
218 1445 MARPOLE AV
103 3168 LAUREL ST
3096 LAUREL ST
807 2411 HEATHER ST
1201 2965 FIR ST
PH 1268 W BROADWAY BB
1505 1068 W BROADWAY AV
1108 1068 W BROADWAY AV
508 1068 W BROADWAY AV
404 1690 W 8TH AV
204 1675 W 8TH AV
1369 W 8TH AV
1335 W 8TH AV
317 1236 W 8TH AV
2 1177 W 8TH AV
101 1082 W 8TH AV
101 933 W 8TH AV
310 910 W 8TH AV
704 728 W 8TH AV
306 522 W 8TH AV
713 1777 W 7TH AV
325 1777 W 7TH AV
1003 1483 W 7TH AV
216 1483 W 7TH AV
5 1234 W 7TH AV
14 1182 W 7TH AV
5 877 W 7TH AV
206 680 W 7TH AV
215 638 W 7TH AV
605 587 W 7TH AV
302 587 W 7TH AV
575 W 7TH AV
102 1318 W 6TH AV
306 1166 W 6TH AV
F8 1100 W 6TH AV
762 W 6TH AV
202 668 W 6TH AV
646 W 6TH AV
PH2 1477 W 15TH AV
216 1405 W 15TH AV
316 1345 W 15TH AV
214 1345 W 15TH AV
1196 W 15TH AV
922 W 15TH AV
PH401 735 W 15TH AV
102 1468 W 14TH AV
407 1206 W 14TH AV
305 966 W 14TH AV
208 555 W 14TH AV
203 555 W 14TH AV
302 518 W 14TH AV
100 1788 W 13TH AV
215 1777 W 13TH AV
101 1717 W 13TH AV
302 1720 W 12TH AV
902 1405 W 12TH AV
303 1352 W 10TH AV

Contact Jeffrey Sefton at Sutton West Coast Realty for more information. 778-235-4501
South Granville and Fairview Slopes. Here is a list of South Granville and Fairview Slopes Condos, Townhouses that have recently sold and processed by REBGV
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Penthouses in Vancouver's red-hot real estate market are rare, let alone one that has enough room for a family.
But it does happen. A 5,500 sq.-ft. waterfront suite on the coveted top floor is up for grabs in the snazzy Coal Harbour area.
Listed for $8.8 million, the Bayshore Drive penthouse has four bedrooms and three full bathrooms, plus another two half-baths. Office and fitness room are included too.
Naturally, the place is decked out with floor-to-ceiling windows and has a massive terrace. Together, they offer quite the 360-degree view of the North Shore mountains, Stanley Park, and the marina below.
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Kind of seems hard to believe, doesn’t it — Vancouverites made an average of 100,000 bike trips per day in this city last year.
Kind of seems hard to believe, doesn’t it — Vancouverites made an average of 100,000 bike trips per day in this city last year. When you consider Vancouver’s population is hovering around
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These sellers sold their house on the condition that it would not be torn down and they took less money!
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In the absence of official curbs on foreign purchasing, some Vancouver realtors are trying to conjure an advantage for their homegrown buyers. Re/Max agent Leslie Cannon saw long odds last week for her buyers in a bidding war on a $1.99-million Dunbar home.
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I help people like you to find hidden gems and avoid the lemons while steering you away from the pitfalls that can occur when buying or selling a home.

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* Successfully negotiated for home sellers in multiple offer situations. (As many 10 offers simultaneously)

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* Fought for home buyers to get them their first choice home over competitors.
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* Sold homes for clients in 1 day and put extra money in their pocket by getting over asking price.

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