In The Loop – November 2018

In The Loop – November 2018

Home Transition We are here in Ken Hammer’s living room. Ken has recently transitioned from a 3,000 sq.ft. North Nanaimo home to a 3 level townhouse located in downtown Nanaimo. The move has opened up many new opportunities for Ken and his family. They have changed several daily habits from the locations they take their […]

In the Loop – February 2018

In the Loop – February 2018

  “Why would someone want to use a listing agent to sell their home?” Scott Parker: Selling a home takes more than just hanging up a “For Sale” sign. I believe marketing the property is a huge reason people hire real-estate agents, a simple picture or sign just won’t do your property justice. We have […]

5 Tips For Selling A Tenant-Occupied Property

5 Tips For Selling A Tenant-Occupied Property

If you’re the owner and thinking about selling a tenant-occupied property how can you, as the Seller, make the process easier for everyone involved? Understand the restrictions of the tenancy. If the Tenants have a fixed term tenancy, you cannot end it before the expiry date. If they are month-to-month, you’ll have to give them […]

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips from Scott Parker Before Trick-or-Treaters come knocking at your door this Monday, here are a few tips to keep everyone safe while visiting your home.     Clear a path from the road to your front door. Whether it’s clearing the walkway or eliminating debris from your lawn, a clear path to […]

How Much Does It Cost To Retire In Nanaimo

How Much Does It Cost To Retire In Nanaimo

How much does it cost to retire in Nanaimo, or anywhere for that matter, is a more complicated question than it seems and is dependent on a lot of factors. Below are five considerations to think about when looking to retire. How much does it cost to retire? House budget. Smaller cities can mean big savings. If you’re […]