My role as a realtor in today’s complex market goes beyond simply buying and selling property. As a trusted professional, I am committed to delivering the highest level of competence, professionalism, and service to ensure that you are informed at every step, are comfortable throughout the process, and achieve your real estate goals.
I have recently moved my business from RE/MAX to CENTURY 21 In Town Realty and look forward to serving you in the same capacity under this banner.
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WHAT MY CLIENTS ARE SAYING
Thanks for a job well done, Liz
Just had to drop a note to say thank you for your excellent expertise on the sale of our home. I can’t express to you the amount of confidence we had having you on our side, in what was a difficult sale. The time and care you put forward into this venture were as usual way above par and appreciated more than we can express.
Nancy & Ron
- The New Provincial Speculation and Vacancy Tax – How it applies to YOU!
- You’ve likely heard about the Speculation and Vacancy Tax introduced by B.C. government in late autumn of last year. While there is much discussion and controversy over the tax, it has become law and will apply in 2019. Here’s how this tax will apply to you. All homeowners in the designated taxable regions, listed below, will be subject to the Speculation and Vacancy Tax. If you own a home in a taxable region, you will receive a Speculation and Vacancy Tax letter from the B.C. government by mid-February. As a homeowner, you must complete a declaration regarding the status of your property as of December 31, 2018, and, if eligible, claim an exemption. If you do not, the tax will apply to your home. A declaration must be made for each property you own in the designated taxable region. For example, if you own a home in Burnaby and have recreational property in Kelowna, you must complete a declaration for both properties. Furthermore, everyone on the...