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PANACASA – Concrete construction, you will love this spacious & bright 1 Bdrm + Den PENTHOUSE suite with high elevated 12 ft ceilings! This fabulous home is move in ready. The bdrm has soaring windows with a walk thru closet to the cheater ensuite. Features granite counters, laminate flooring & S/S appl. Superb layout with functional open concept den. Cozy gas fireplace in the living room with sliding doors out to the massive 182 SF south facing balcony – perfect for BBQ’s, entertaining with friends & soaking in the sun! Comes with 1 parking stall & storage locker. Pets & rentals welcome! This unit is centrally located with easy access to Brentwood Mall, Deer Lake, SFU, BCIT, Metrotown, Burnaby General Hospital, transit , Central Park & Hwy 1. Don’t miss this!
We are proud to announce that this Apr 30th, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM we will be hosting an Open House at 8655 JONES ROAD in CATALINA in the Brighouse South neighborhood, Richmond. This is an opportunity to visit this excellent Apartment for sale in beautiful Brighouse South.
Please come with any questions you may have. In the meantime you can take a virtual tour of this Brighouse South Apartment for sale.
As always please do not hesitate to give me a call at 604.644.1044 if I can answer any questions before the open house, or if you would like to book a private showing.
REALTOR® RE/MAX WESTCOAST
Determining if you should buy a new home or fix up your current one isn’t easy. In fact, the decision can be steeped in so much drama they make reality TV shows about it!
So if you’re considering whether to move or improve, here are three things to consider.
1. Will a renovation truly fix what you don’t like about your property?
If you’re tired of a small kitchen, for example, it might not be possible, given the layout, to make it any bigger. On the other hand, if you’re craving a spacious rec room with a cosy fireplace then a renovation could make that happen.
Of course, there are some things you may want that aren’t specific to your house, such as an easier commute or nearby park. Those are features you may only be able to get by moving.
2. How much will a renovation cost? How does that compare to the cost of moving to a new home?
It’s important to get accurate estimates of each so you can make a smart decision. This is where a good REALTOR® can help.
Keep in mind that renovations have a habit of costing more than you originally anticipate. As mentioned earlier, the final result should be a home you want to stay in for quite some time.
3. Beware of compromising versus settling.
Whichever decision you make — renovate or sell — you can expect to have to make at least some compromises. That’s normal.
For example, consider adding an extension to your house. That’s a major renovation. Is it the ideal way to get the extra room you want? Do the benefits of renovating outweigh the benefits of finding a new larger home designed to include the space you need?
Yes, it’s a tough decision. If you’re in the midst of making it, Call me today --604.644.1044 Alisa Sakamoto , to get the facts you need to make the best choice for you.