Blog by Ian Watt

Ian Watt’s Marketing Dream Team puts TH14 Together

July 30th, 2007
July 29th, 2007

Well it took 3 days of blood sweat and tears, not to mention weeks of planning and coordination but TH 14 - 1233 West Cordova Street is now ready to be shown, appreciated and sold.  
  

After my clients decided to place their fabulous 5 level townhouse (including private garage and private roof top deck) on the market, it took a team of 5 groups with their own squa ...

the Reciprocity Program

July 24th, 2007


The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver has created a program called the Reciprocity Program which allows participating Real Estate companies to share web based listings. Real estate listings held by participating real estate firms are marked with the MLSR logo and detailed information about the listing includes the name of the listing agent. 

The following real estate offices ar ...

Non Resident and American Buyers Buying in Canada

July 19th, 2007

 

Non Resident and American Buyers Buying in Canada

Vancouver is a great place to invest. Vancouver has matured in to a world class city. International buyers are coming in droves from China, South Korea, India and Iran, to name a few, and they’re bringing wealth. Low interest rates, strong immigration and being the most beautiful and livable city in the world contributed to another r ...

Forbes World's Most Expensive Homes 2007

July 10th, 2007
Real Estate Feature
Forbes World's Most Expensive Homes 2007
Matt Woolsey 02.22.07, 12:01 AM ET

 

Along Australia 's Gold Coast and across the French Riviera, they sit above the beach offering extraordinary views of the sea. In the U.K. they are palaces that humble the Queen's Belgravia mansions.

 

Others range from landed estates throughout continental Europe to ...

Spring and early summer is the prime time for flowers, patios and moving.

July 4th, 2007

Spring and early summer is the prime time for flowers, patios and moving.

"The first flower of spring is a 'For Sale' sign," says top Ottawa real estate broker Bill Renaud of Remax.

One reason is cabin fever that results from several months stuck inside over the winter, Renaud says. "We become critical of our environment."

No matter the reason for selling a home, the process ...

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