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Best deals on B.C. waterfront properties this summer

WI Staff  Western Investor August 2, 2018

Waterfront sites in B.C. are becoming expensive but these listings show that some stunning ocean and lakefront opportunities are available for less than the cost of a small home in Metro Vancouver.


Mudge Island oceanfront cottage: $225,000

A rustic cottage on almost half an acre of oceanfront is available on Mudge Island, just off the coast from Nanaimo or Gabriola Island.

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Top luxury properties from Vancouver Island to Edmonton

Frank O’Brien & Tanya Commisso, Western Investor, July 30, 2018

Each summer Western Investor surveys the high-end real estate market to present our selection of trophy properties available across Western Canada.

With most price points well above $2 million this is an exclusive altitude but also an inspiration to all of us aspiring to ascend to ownership of such properties. This year we found an incredible selection of luxurious listings,

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Don’t wait to buy land, Buy land and wait: timely advice on the path to real estate prosperity

Rudy Nielsen, Western Investor, May 2, 2018

Don’t wait to buy land, buy land and then wait. I first learned the importance of that saying in 1964 as the youngest realtor in Prince George. I still believe it today.

My career as a realtor has taught me how profitable and rewarding real estate can be. Having assembled development sites for large corporations such us Woodward’s and Safeway, also assembling large subdivisions,

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Home prices in the region far outstrip income all the way to Chilliwack and Hope

Matt Robinson, Vancouver Sun , March 5, 2018

Suggesting young people buy a cheap starter home in the suburbs and later buy in the city, as their parents did, is still valid today — as long as you consider places like Chilliwack and Hope as suburbs of Vancouver.

Those are among the few Lower Mainland municipalities with housing prices that appear not to have blown past incomes over the past two decades,

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