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First time home buyers and sellers are at particular risk for ending up being taken advantage of by lacklustre representatives, as they do not specifically know what to look for when hiring an agent. This is unfortunate, because having a great real estate agent can make a big difference. Here are some tips on sorting out the diamonds from the duds when it comes to real estate agents.

#Kitsilano #RealEstate  

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Are condominiums the right homes for seniors? Here are the ins and outs of finding a home that meets seniors' needs. 


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When staging your home for sale, don't forget that scent is a powerful tool that can either turn buyers on or off. Here are some tips to ensure your home's welcoming smells make a positive impression.

#homestagingtips   #Kitsilanocondosforsale 

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Never neglect the front entrance or the overall visual perception of your house from the road (curb appeal). A negative impression can stain an otherwise acceptable home in the mind of a buyer. Here are some tips to avoid this mistake that will help your Kitsilano real estate get the attention it deserves.

#Homesellingtips #Kitsilano #RealEstate  

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Find your dream home right here in Kitsilano, one of Vancouver's most prized neighbourhoods.

#Kitsilano #Remax

RE/MAX: Our Purpose

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Another great shot! Thanks +Alexis Birkill 
Saturday evening saw the third and final of the three fireworks displays that make up the Celebration of Light festival in Vancouver, this one by Team Japan. Continuing on my panoramic theme, for this final display I decided to give Burnaby Mountain a try, approximately 15 kilometres east of downtown.

I had thought that, with this being a relatively distant viewpoint, and with the fireworks being launched on the far side of downtown, that there wouldn't be many people at this viewpoint, but I couldn't have been more wrong -- it was packed! Fortunately I was still able to grab the best spot for photography, giving a clear view without obstructions from the surrounding trees.

The weather on Saturday night was a lot less cooperative than it had been for the previous two days, having turned considerably more humid. This did give a beautiful red glow on the horizon from the sunset, but also meant that the air was very disturbed between me and downtown Vancouver, with the lights visibly twinkling and making for challenging shooting conditions at this distance, made worse as the smoke from the fireworks started to build up. However, I wasn't going to let that stop me, and once again set up to take the panorama using my 70-300mm lens at 300mm with a 1.4x teleconverter.

On the far left is BC Place, lit up in the colours of the rainbow for Vancouver Pride this weekend, with the downtown buildings centrally, and Coal Harbour towards the right. The tallest building in Vancouver, the Shangri-La, is silhouetted by the fireworks in this photo. The big glow of orange lights, emphasised by the humid air reflecting it, is the Vancouver Docks, and the bright road is Hastings Road. In the background, the hills of Vancouver Island can be seen silhouetted against the last bit of post-sunset glow in the sky.

#ExploreBC #Vancouver #Burnaby #burnabymountain #fireworks #celebrationoflight #panorama #skyline #travelphotography #GooglePlusPotD #googleplusphotos #photography

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Spectacular views from this 3656 SQFT contemporary "Feng Shui" home located on 4189 QUESNEL Drive, in Vancouver, BC.


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Great shot, and great quote.


As I continue to press forward on writing my first book, this quote is becoming more and more real to me.

I feel that I am being pushed to my limits. At times I have no problem writing and other times I have to force it.

I have discovered so many new ways for sales people to challenge the status, build a business that is fruitful, God honoring, allows you to be yourself and work in your passion.

It's proven results, but the challenge is; how do you explain the practice so that people understand them? How do you bring a "give" mentality to a "take" world and not get laughed off the stage?

That is when I am reminded - if I want something I've never had, I have to go where I've never been. It can all be a bit overwhelming to break through the nose, but I believe through Christ Jesus, anything is possible. So I fight through the fear and write write write.

How about you, are you going places you've never been to reach something you've never had?


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Really cool! 1000 ft  slip and slide. Would you want to take a slide on this?
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