The tax one must always consider when purchasing or acquiring any real estate in BC is the Property Transfer Tax. For more information about what it is and how it is calculated, click on the following link: Property Transfer Tax A first time homebuyer may qualify for a complete or partial exemption of the property … Continued
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In accordance with the Residential Tenancy Act, SBC 2002 c 78, there are rules that a Landlord must comply with when dealing with a Tenant who has stopped paying their rent. STEP 1: The Landlord must serve a document titled “10-day Notice to End Tenancy for Unpaid Rent or Utilities” on the Tenant. Valid Notice: … Continued
Are you considering purchasing or selling a single-family home, townhouse, condo, or other real property? Are you considering offering or accepting no subjects to close the deal? If so, prior to making or accepting the offer, you and your realtor ought to know that the Doctrine of Caveat Emptor or in lay terms, the concept … Continued
The prospect of being forced from your home is an uncomfortable one, to say the least. While facing an eviction can be overwhelming, there are immediate steps you can take to help gain back your sense of control. Re-read the Eviction Notice Make sure what you’re dealing with is a legitimate eviction notice. Landlords … Continued
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