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Rhonda Heaslip
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I'll always bring you the championship performance and a wonderful experience!
I'll always bring you the championship performance and a wonderful experience!

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This beautiful 1920 country home will win your heart with it's vintage charm and beautiful views.

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Photo shoot October 3rd at Neck Point. Getting ready to roll out some fresh, classy new branding! Stay tuned!
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It's here at last! What you've been waiting for is in North Nanaimo. A "Butchart Garden" for a yard, with an ocean peak and a custom built home lovingly maintained. Click to view:
All this for $499,900!

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Coming Soon! BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT 4200 sq ft North Nanaimo home - a must see. Nested on a beautifully landscaped .34 acre oasis, it offers a partial ocean view and an incredible back yard gardener's retreat. 

Interested? Stay tuned! Or contact me if you simply cannot wait! 
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For those of you thinking about the mid-Vancouver Island area as your next new home, here are some interesting facts from the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board regarding the market here in May.

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Your chance to stop renting and start paying yourself has now arrived! All this for $177,700! Rentable and pets allowed, too...How can you go wrong?
Check out this great virtual tour and write-up (at the end).

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Well! Here's an interesting tidbit from Ozzie Jurock to start your week.
"Coming Soon: $7 Million Average Vancouver House? Plus: West Side Vs. East Side
I remember the guffaws that greeted my prediction 16 YEARS AGO (in my Jurock Real Estate Insider newsletter but also my 1998 book Forget about location, location, location) that the average price of Vancouver detached house could reach $7 million. (The exact prediction was: If we keep on printing money the way we have for the last 35 years - leading up to 1998 - then 35 years from now every house in Vancouver will be worth $7 million. At the time the average price was $278,000!) I based my prediction then of what I believed was an unstoppable inflationary trend. (Still do.)
Well, this week Altus Group, one of Canada's most trusted evaluators, had this to say: "If [the current] trend continues, in the year 2024 the average price for older [detached housing] stock could be greater than $2 million on the Eastside and $7 million on the Westside of Vancouver. We are not saying this will happen, we are simply applying the math from the past decade and extrapolating forward to the next decade." 2024: that is just 10 years from now. Think it won't happen? Think again.
Beautiful Vancouver has been discovered by global investors. It has the future of LNG, Microsoft, Sony Films, Amazon and Twitter. It is the gateway to the Pacific Rim. And its land is hemmed in by mountains, ocean, borders and the Agricultural Land Reserve.
Major Point: If you share the 'inflation view' and if you want to make money in real estate over the next decade, bite the bullet, pay the freight and buy an older detached house in the best area of Vancouver you can."

So my question is, with the fast ferries coming very soon, how's this going to affect Nanaimo's residential market values? Could be an interesting ride.
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