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10740 Trepassey Drive, Richmond
This Saturday and Sunday October 24th & 25th, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM I will be hosting an Open House at 10740 Trepassey Drive in Richmond. This is an opportunity to visit this wonderful home for sale in Steveston North.
REALTOR® RE/MAX WESTCOAST
If you see a haze of condensation on your window, should you be concerned? Maybe. Maybe not. It depends on a number of factors.
First of all, an occasional build-up of condensation is normal and often the result of fluctuating humidity in the home. Usually, it’s nothing to worry about. If you’re using a humidifier, try adjusting the levels. If the humidity is being generated naturally, try placing a dehumidifier nearby. Also, remove any plants and firewood from the area, as they can release a surprising volume of moisture into the air.
Do you see moisture in between the panes of glass that make up the window? If so, that means the seal has failed and moisture has crept in. Double and triple pane windows often contain a gas (argon, for example) that boosts the insulating qualities of the window. When the seal fails, the gas disappears, making the glass colder and often allowing condensation to creep in. Eventually, you’ll want to get it replaced.
If you see moisture build-up...
If you take care to price your home correctly — that is, at a price that is in line with what similar properties in the area have sold for recently — then you have a good chance of selling it at or near your asking price.
That doesn’t mean you won’t get a low-ball offer. You might. So what do you do when that happens?
First, understand that the buyer may not necessarily be trying to steal away your home at a bargain-basement price. He might simply be mistaken about its true market value. Of course, he might also be coming in at a low price in the hopes he’ll get lucky.
You will never actually know the buyer’s motives. So it would be a mistake to get angry or dismiss the offer out-of-hand. That low-ball offer might end up being the beginning of a negotiation that results in you selling your home at a good price.
Your first step is to work with your REALTOR® to determine:
• How serious the buyer is.
• How qualified the buyer is. (For example,...
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STEVESTON!!! Live in one of Richmond's most sought after neighborhoods. Rarely available! Charming rancher on a terrific 7000 sq ft rectangular lot in a quiet location. This well maintained home features 4 bedrooms (4th bed is currently used as a den), 2 baths & family room. Beautiful vaulted ceilings in the living room. Open to your home decorating ideas. Upgrades done over the years: new washer/dryer 2013, hot water tank 2015, roof 2003, laminate flooring 2008. Nice garden & big storage shed. A wonderful place to call home & raise your family! This home will appeal to a growing family, a savvy investor or build your dream home up to 3350 SF! Great location close to schools, shopping, restaurants & transit. Act fast, won't last!
Metro Vancouver Home Buyers Compete for Fewer Home Listings
VANCOUVER, B.C. – October 2, 2015 - Conditions continue to favour home sellers across *Metro Vancouver’s housing market.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in Metro Vancouver reached 3,345 on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in September 2015. This represents a 14.5 per cent increase compared to the 2,922 sales recorded in September 2014, and a 0.5 per cent decrease compared to the 3,362 sales in August 2015.
Last month’s sales were 32.9 per cent above the 10-year sales average for the month.
“Residential home sales have been trending at 25 to 30 per cent above the ten-year sales average for most of the year. The number of homes listed for sale hasn’t been keeping up with the demand,” Darcy McLeod, REBGV president said. “It’s this dynamic that’s placing upward pressure...