Westside (Vancouver, BC)
By Linzie Payne, Internet Marketing and Lead Gen Specialist
(Top Vision Marketing)
Vancouver's location by the ocean has several benefits for the people that live here. The ocean sends temperate breezes over us that keep the city warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The beaches provide fun activities for all ages, from surfing to sunning and anything else aquatic. And the long, sweeping coastlines mean ample real estate for beautiful waterfront properties. But that doesn't just mean homes – Vancouver is also home to some of Canada's best waterfront restaurants. If you're lucky enough to live here, you owe it to yourself to check out a few of these locations for some of the best in dining with a view.   One of the most popular places to eat in the Vancouver area is the Arms Reach Bistro, just north of Deep Cove on the north side of the city. A popular community f...
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By Linzie Payne, Internet Marketing and Lead Gen Specialist
(Top Vision Marketing)
Buying and Selling Homes in Vancouver West   Now that 2013 is in full swing, now is a great time to think about entering the housing market. Whether you're looking to sell your Vancouver West home and find something new or you're interested in joining the burgeoning Westside community, it's important to know how the market is moving and what your options are. And going by the numbers, right now could be an excellent time to find a buyer or to become one yourself.   For prospective buyers, the best news about the Vancouver West home market right now is that the average sale price in the Westside area has gone down significantly since the months previous – at $1,914,000, it's the lowest average home price since June. That means that sellers are letting their homes go for less, and it mean...
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By Sally Weatherley, Vancouver Home Staging, Home Stager Vancouver, B.C
Zsa Zsa Gabor Kitty Meets Sally Home Stager Vancouver If looks could kill, this Vancouver Home Stager would certainly be dead by now!  We recently staged a condo on Vancouver's Westside.  The home owner went out while we worked our magic, but resident kitty stayed to watch over us, making sure we didn't touch her feather ball with the bell in it, or her food dish!  She was certainly not happy that we were moving furniture around to create a better flow, and bringing some rental furniture in to create a lighter, brighter space.   This beautiful kitty was staring daggers at us, and couldn't wait for us to depart so she could sleep in peace. I'm not sure what this kitty's real name was, but if I were to name her, it would certainly be Zsa Zsa Gabor.  You could almost hear her say "Dahrlink...
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