*OPEN HOUSE* 309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK Burnaby August 25th, 2:00-4:00pm

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*Open House*

Sunday August 25TH, 2:00-4:00PM

309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK BURNABY,

Luxurious and spacious 637sf 1 bedroom+ den condo w/ huge covered balcony overlooking quiet courtyard, high ceilings throughout, and gleaming laminate floors in living area. Den with glass French doors can be used as office or reading room.

309 7428 Byrnepark Walk Burnaby Listing Info

For more information please contact Mick Lo at 604-430-2986

 

*OPEN HOUSE* 309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK Burnaby August 18th, 2:00-4:00pm

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*New Price!*

Sunday August 18TH, 2:00-4:00PM

309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK BURNABY,

Luxurious and spacious 637sf 1 bedroom+ den condo w/ huge covered balcony overlooking quiet courtyard, high ceilings throughout, and gleaming laminate floors in living area. Den with glass French doors can be used as office or reading room.

309 7428 Byrnepark Walk Burnaby Listing Info

For more information please contact Mick Lo at 604-430-2986

 

 

309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK Burnaby Open House July 6th, 2:30-4:00pm

*First Public Open House!*

This Saturday July 6th, 2:30-4:00pm

309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK Burnaby,

Luxurious and spacious 637sf 1 bedroom+ den condo w/ huge covered balcony overlooking quiet courtyard, high ceilings throughout, and gleaming laminate floors in living area. Den with glass French doors can be used as office or reading room.

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For more information please contact Mick Lo at 604-430-2986

 

#309 7428 BYRNEPARK WALK Burnaby

The magnificent “Green” – Situated in quiet Southpoint neighbourhood in South Slope. Luxurious and spacious 637sf 1 bedroom+ den condo w/ huge covered balcony overlooking quiet courtyard, high ceilings throughout, and gleaming laminate floors in living area. Foyer opens up to kitchen area, hallway to laundry closet, and bathroom with matte dark grey large format tiled floors. Open and rectangular living dining room has electric fireplace and access to balcony. Gourmet kitchen features black granite countertop, 3 sides of white beech veneer cabinets, serving counter, and stainless steel appliances. Den with glass French doors can be used as office or reading room. 4 pcs bathroom comes with granite countertop, above counter sink, polished chrome plumbing fixtures, white beech veneer vanity, and tub and shower.

卑诗省投机/空屋税必知事项

投机和空置税

(2019 3月31号截止)

投机及空置税投机及空置税 是解决不列颠哥伦比亚省(即BC省)主要城市中心住房紧张的重要措施,这些地区的房屋价格与租金飞速上涨,普通民众不堪重负。在BC省居住和工作的民众都应该享有可负担的住房,所以省政府正积极采取措施。

投机及空置税是省府30点住房计划(30-point plan的一部分,旨在使BC省居民的住房更可负担。

这项每年缴纳的新税种旨在:

  • 针对在BC省拥有住房却不在省内纳税的国内外投机者;
  • 物尽其用,提高空置住宅入住率;
  • 增加政府财政收入,税收将直接用于可负担住房。

卑诗省指定应税地区住宅物业的所有业主都必须进行年度申报。预计99%以上的BC省居民都无需缴纳这一税种。

申请免缴

要申报免缴,您必须在2019年3月31日前对所拥有的物业进行注册,方法很简单,只需通过电话或上网注册即可。物业申报注册所需的信息将在2月中旬前邮寄给应税地区内所有住宅物业业主。如果您符合申报资格,但在2月底前仍未收到我们寄给您的申报信函,请联系我们。

请注意,如果您的物业业主不止一人,即使另一位业主是您的配偶,每位业主仍必须单独申报。

不符合免缴资格人士应如何缴纳税款

投机及空置税的税率取决于业主在税务意义上的居住情况及其是否为加拿大公民、永久居民或分居两地的卫星家庭成员。

外国业主和卫星家庭的大部分收入来源于BC省外,在BC省不缴纳或只缴纳很少的所得税,通过向他们征收最高一级的税率,投机及空置税将确保这些业主缴纳合理比例的税金。

 投机及空置税将根据每年12月31日当日物业的所有权情况征收。

注意:投机及空置税不同于温哥华市政府的空屋稅

请阅读有关投机及空置税的常见问题解答,了解申报方法应税地区及有哪些免缴情形

订阅接收有关投机及空置税的最新信息

有投資空屋需要找租客或專人管理?

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卑詩省投機/空屋稅必知事項

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投機及空置稅

(2019 3月31號截止)

投機及空置稅是解決卑詩省各大都市中心區域住房緊張的重要措施,這些地區的房屋價格與租金飛漲,令許多市民不堪重負。在卑詩省居住和工作的人士都應該享有可負擔的住房,所以省政府正積極採取措施。

投機及空置稅是省府30點住房計劃(30-point plan)的一部分,力爭讓卑詩居民有更可負擔的住房。

這項每年繳納的新稅種旨在:

  • 針對在卑詩省擁有住房卻不在省內納稅的國內外投機客;
  • 物盡其用,提高空置住宅入住率;
  • 增加政府財政收入,稅收將直接用於可負擔住房。

卑詩省內指定課稅地區住宅物業的所有業主都必須進行年度申報。預計99%以上的卑詩居民都無需繳納這稅。

如何申請免繳

申報免繳的民眾必須在2019年3月31日前通過電話或網路對所擁有的物業進行註冊,簡單方便。物業申報註冊所需的資訊將在2月中旬前通過郵件寄送給課稅地區內所有住宅物業業主。如果您符合申報資格,但在2月底前仍未收到我們寄給您的申報信函,請聯繫我們。

請注意,如果您物業的業主不止一人,即使另一位業主是您的配偶,每位業主仍需單獨申報。

不符合免繳資格人士應如何繳納稅款

投機及空置稅的稅率取決於業主作為稅務居民的居住情況,及其是否為加拿大公民、永久居民或分居兩地的「衛星家庭」成員。

外國業主和衛星家庭(即大部分收入來自卑詩省外,在卑詩省不繳納或只繳納很少所得稅的)需繳納最高稅率,這樣,投機及空置稅便能確保這些業主繳納合理數額的稅金。

投機及空置稅將根據每年12月31日當日物業的所有權情況征收。

注意:投機及空置稅不同於溫哥華市政府的「空屋稅」

請閱讀有關投機及空置稅的常見問題解答,瞭解申報方法課稅地區及免繳情形

有投資空屋需要找租客或專人管理?

執照專業出租物業管理服務,請致電604-430-2986 / 微信:mlmlvan123 / Line: mimivancouver 找羅先生

Welcome Home | Ovation New Westminster

A striking architectural landmark

New Westminster is transforming. At the centre of this vibrant city’s riverfront downtown, Ovation pays homage to the city’s influential arts and culture scene, creating a new focal point for this community’s growth.

This diverse selection of 204 modern homes in a 32-storey tower offers thoughtfully-planned one-, two-, and three-bedroom flats and city home. A collection of indoor and outdoor amenities caters to your active, social lifestyle, while nearby neighbourhood conveniences fulfill your everyday needs and urban fancies. Standing tall on the downtown slopes mere steps from transit, Ovation sets the stage for New West living.

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A Greater Vancouver condo now costs nearly as much as a house 4 years ago

Buyers looking to get their hands on a condo in Greater Vancouver will now have to shell out almost as much as they would have to buy a whole house four years ago.

That’s according to data gathered by real estate agency Royal LePage.

The agency’s second-quarter National House Price Composite found a standard condominium in the region now sells for about $692,452.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver’s (REBGV) statistics for July 2014 pegged the benchmark price of a single-family detached home at $980,000 in Greater Vancouver, and $796,200 for the Lower Mainland.

“We’re almost there,” Royal LePage Sterling general manager Randy Ryalls told CKNW’s The Jill Bennett Show.

“The rise of condo prices has been pretty amazing over the last three or four years. So yeah, today the price of a nice condo in Vancouver is probably about what an entry level house would have been four years ago.”

Partly driving the rise has been the “amazing” appreciation of condos in some areas just outside of Vancouver, such as Coquitlam and Maple Ridge, Ryalls said.

“Some of those areas have three-year gains of over 90 per cent in value,” Ryalls said.

Ryalls attributed the hot growth in condo sales to detached homes becoming simply unaffordable to many buyers, and the entry of Millennials into the housing market.

And he said tougher new mortgage rules have had a marked effect.

“It’s probably the biggest factor. It’s really degraded a person’s buying power probably by about 20 per cent,” Ryalls said.

“So if you could have qualified an entry level house, single family house before, you probably can’t do that now. So that drives people back into the townhouse, condo market.”

 

8 Creative Hacks for Buying a BC Home on a Budget

It’s no small secret that the Vancouver housing market is a tough one to break into. Among millennials and young families alike, the idea of buying property within the city limits is a daunting one. However, for would-be homebuyers in the Lower Mainland, there are a few simple tricks that can make the market a lot friendlier.

1. Look outside Vancouver proper

You know what they say: location, location, location! The attractiveness of the area you buy in contributes to a fair chunk of a home’s asking price. Rather than look at popular areas in the city that are going to come with higher costs, consider your options outside of Vancouver proper. While the median sale price in downtown Vancouver in the first half of 2017 was $749,500 (and all but one of those attached units), in Coquitlam it was $675,750 (mostly attached), in New Westminster it was $502,000 (also mostly attached). In Surrey North and Central, the median sale price was only $551,000, with more than 40% of those detached homes. It’s clear that for those who can set up house outside of the city, there are huge savings to be had.

2. Buy in a walkable, up-and-coming location

Consider buying a home in an up-and-coming neighbourhood and avoid excessive listing prices. With projects in walkable neighbourhoods such as Brentwood, Metrotown, Surrey Central and Port Moody, these areas could yield real estate gems. And with so many amenities at your fingertips, you’ll save on things like transit, vehicle costs and more.

3. Give up the parking spot

Another way to keep your costs low is to search out places without designated parking. Houses, townhouses and apartments without parking spots will nearly always have lower listing prices than their counterparts with driveways or underground spaces, which can easily cost an extra $50K. To keep things convenient, look for listings in walkable areas and that are close to transit corridors and handy car-sharing options.

4. Buy smaller

Forgoing a little space can save you a lot. Think carefully about how much room your family really needs before you commit to a larger home with a higher price tag. For instance, while you always imagined yourself in a fully detached home, you may find that a large townhouse fits the bill. And if you’re a first-time buyer entering the market, try a small one-bedroom or even a studio to get your foot on the property ladder. Assess your needs carefully before committing to square footage.

5. Buy larger and share – or become a landlord

On the opposite end of the size spectrum, look for places that would allow you to create additional suites to subsidize your mortgage. Having tenants does come with additional responsibilities, but multiple families living in a home makes it more affordable for all parties. Alternatively, you may want to apply for a Vancity Mixer mortgage and share your first purchase with family members or friends.This mortgage offers competitive rates plus the legal and insurance support you need to protect everyone’s best interests.

6. Purchase a fixer-upper

An oldie but a goodie, this nugget of wisdom still holds true. Buying a home with a few more cracks will help you save huge on asking price, whether you plan to renovate through contractors or put in the elbow grease yourself to build up that “sweat equity.”

7. Put gifts towards a down payment

Saving for a down payment is tough. One way to create savings is to put monetary gifts towards your down payment. With that goal in mind, ask friends and relatives for cash gifts if possible. Many couples even ask for cash wedding presents rather than items from a registry, with the intention of putting the proceeds towards a new home.

8. Take advantage of available resources

When you’re actively looking to buy a home, knowledge is power. Look to available resources like Vancity’s first time home buyer’s hub, which has tools to help you build your down payment, calculate how large of a mortgage you can afford and explore mortgage options. Planning ahead with expert advice will save you plenty of headaches down the road.

Breaking into the housing market is difficult, but it’s far from impossible. With careful planning and allowances for location and size where they can be made, home buyers on a budget can find the perfect place to call their own.