What To Do in Vancouver | Gary Serra

Is the BC HOME Partnership Program Worth It?

Posted on January 25, 2017

2017 brought about the start of the new BC Home Ownership Mortgage and Equity Partnership, introduced by the BC Government to help first time homeowners get into the market. There is a long list of conditions in order to apply, which we’ve gone over here, but today we want to discuss how much help the […]

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How’s the market? Here’s the September SnapStats!

Posted on October 05, 2016

Metro Vancouver home prices have once again shown a year over year increase! The MLS® Home Price Index notes a benchmark price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver at $931,900, an increase of 28.0% over September 2015, and only a 0.1% decrease over August 2016 numbers. However, the total number of homes sold over September […]

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Amazing experiences coming out of The Cedar Cottage Summer Youth Project in beautiful Mt. Pleasant!

Posted on January 25, 2016

Over the summer, 14 youths had the opportunity to work with Randy Chau, Cedar Cottage Youth Coordinator, in a way that gave each person a really special education. The program is geared toward Vancouver area youths growing their leadership skills with each participant picking an area of interest and educate community members. Justin Li, a […]

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City Delights during the Holidays!

Posted on December 14, 2015

What to do in Vancouver this Christmas Holiday The city during the Holidays can be a magical place and this year there are plenty of activities to choose from. East Vancouver hosts the Vancouver Winter Festival until December 24 at the PNE Formum everyday 3-11pm. The event features festive decorations, live music, games, fun, food, […]

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Vancouver’s Latest Trend: Moving East

Posted on March 17, 2015

The list of reasons to love East Vancouver is growing at a rapid rate. From new condo developments to public art pieces, East Van is developing into the hip part of the city. We are experiencing a renaissance, that is reshaping this once quiet part of town.

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