Monthly Archives: August 2011

Relocating With Pets Can Be Stressful

Moving is very stressful for a family, That stress is also experienced by the pets. They want to know that they’re part of the family and that they’ll be going, too. Sadly, many pets will not be going with their families to new homes. According to research published in 1999 by the National Council on […]

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Basics of Transporting Your Vehicle

Relocating to the Lower Mainland?  When moving long distance, you may want to consider having your vehicle transported professionally.  For many families, a car is the second largest investment they have ever made. Getting that investment safely to a new home is an important component of a smooth move. What are my options for transporting […]

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Home Security – Deadbolts

When securing your home, it’s important to know that all locks are not created equal. Home security professionals overwhelmingly prefer deadbolts to other types of locks because deadbolts are harder to bypass. When choosing a deadbolt, look for one with a full one-inch bolt. You also want to look for a reinforced strike plate with […]

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Energy Efficiency Checklist for your Home

In this era of rising energy prices and global warming, it makes sense that our homes should be as energy efficient as possible. An easy way to do this is to know where your home is likely to lose energy and then take corrective action to minimize the impact. I have an energy efficiency checklist […]

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July, 2011: Real Estate Market Update

  HOME SALES TAKE SUMMER DIP; PRICES REMAIN STABLE IN THE FRASER VALLEY (Surrey, BC) – The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board processed 1,322 sales on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in July, an increase of 20 per cent compared to the 1,101 sales during the same month last year, however 17 per cent fewer […]

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