Why is the listing price so important?

By: Amir Kaz

Why is the listing price so important?

Tags: #sellers #listingagent #pricingstrategy

Hi everybody Amir Kaz here, and in this blog post and video, I will talk to you about pricing and why it's so important, especially in this market. Having a sharp well-researched price is a crucial step in marketing your property; without it, all our other marketing tactics will be significantly diminished. The highest marketing momentum of a listing is during the first two weeks it hits the ...Read More

June 2021 Real Estate Market Update for Greater Vancouver And What It Means For Buyers And Sellers

By: Amir Kaz

June 2021 Real Estate Market Update for Greater Vancouver And What It Means For Buyers And Sellers

Tags: Real Estate, Market update, Home Prices

Here is your June of 2021 real estate market update and what it means for both buyers and sellers All residential home sales in Greater Vancouver totaled 3762 sales in June 2021 a 54% increase from the sales reported in June 2020 and a 1.9% decrease from the homes sold in May 2021. The total number of homes listed on the MLS system in Metro Vancouver is 10,839 that's a 5.1% d...Read More

First Time Homebuyer's Guide To Insurance

By: Amir Kaz

First Time Homebuyer's Guide To Insurance

Tags: First time home buyer, Buying real estate, First time Home Owner, Home Insurance, Guide to Home Insurance

Are you a first-time homebuyer? finding the perfect home is the first step but next you will need to find the perfect home insurance This article details everything you need to know about home insurance, click the image below to read the article  ...Read More

How will the new mortgage stress test rules impact Metro Vancouver real estate?

By: Amir Kaz

How will the new mortgage stress test rules impact Metro Vancouver real estate?

Tags: MORTGAGE, STRESS TEST, Real estate

  The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OFSI) and the Minister of Finance, Canada’s banking regulators, tightened the rules around the mortgage stress test on June 1. Under the new requirements, all mortgage applicants must be able to afford their mortgage at an interest rate of 5.25 per cent or two per cent over the contract rate, whichever is higher, regardles...Read More