September 2016

Found 5 blog entries for September 2016.

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Is buying a home in the cards for you this fall?

Traditionally, spring is considered the ideal time to buy a home – inventory is high, giving buyers plenty of options, and school is letting out for the summer holidays. However, heed caution that although spring is the busiest time to buy a home, it doesn’t mean it’s necessarily your best time to purchase.

Alongside spring, fall is recognized by experts as the second most popular time to buy. Why? Fall brings different advantages to our buyers, such as...

Tired sellers

A tired seller is often a motivated seller – meaning they’ll do what they can to turn over the keys to you! This spring marked an intensely hot market across the province; giving some

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The BH Team wants to treat you to an amazing oceanfront dining experience!

What better place to sit back, enjoy an incredible West-Coast meal, and take in the views of the Comox harbour, than the Blackfin Pub?

LIKE our page on Facebook and comment on the Facebook contest post and tell us who you'd love to share a meal with! Tag them, if you can!

Winner will be drawn Monday, Sept. 26th. Good luck!

UPDATE:  We have just drawn the lucky winner of the $100 Gift Card to the Blackfin Pub - congratulations Dannica Robinson and Rory! They'll get to enjoy a lovely dinner, and relive the happy memory of how took her for dinner after he proposed! Thank you to everyone who entered! We loved reading your thoughtful (and some funny!) entries. Stay tuned for

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Chances are, you’ve seen our Facebook updates about the incredible Motorcycle for Miracles fundraising journey this summer - an epic motorcycle ride by father/daughter duo Bruce and Holly Johnson across Canada to raise funds for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. These hospitals provide comfort, treatment and hope to millions of sick kids and their families across Canada each year. Following their daughter Jade's diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes at only 5 years old, the Hansen family has been greatly supported by the CMN Hospitals over the years. Now 14 years old, the CMN Hospitals have provided Jade with the tools and management skills she needs to live a healthy life.

Needless to say, Bryce jumped at the opportunity to be one of the 31 Champion

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Like much of B.C.'s real estate market, the Comox Valley is seeing a significant trend in increased home prices. If you are looking to buy a home in the Comox Valley, consider that the longer you wait, the more expensive your purchase will be, and the less equity you will stand to gain. Despite increasing prices, good purchasing opportunities exist and there is the potential that investing now will provide you with the opportunity to see equity build in your home quickly. What should you know about buying a home in today’s seller’s market?

Trends in Comox Valley Real Estate

The Vancouver Island Real Estate Board has some clear indications of what’s happening in this market. In August 2016, the benchmark price of a home in the Comox Valley was

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Black Creek is a beautiful community located along the eastern region of Vancouver Island, approximately 16km north from Courtenay. Known as an agricultural rural bedroom community to Courtenay and Campbell River, Black Creek is a close-knit community and has much to offer to today’s home buyer. If you are planning to buy a home in Black Creek or the surrounding communities, there are a few things you need to know. 

What Can You Expect in Black Creek?

This community remains an agricultural region. As we mentioned above, it's considered a bedroom community to Courtenay and Campbell River, both about 20 kilometres to the north. As a part of the Comox Valley region, Black Creek is exceptional for those looking for a place to purchase an affordable home

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