Monthly Archives: May 2011

Testimonials

Love Real Estate Group proved an invaluable help when helping us through the maze of buying a new home, especially when for us it was our 1st home in a new country. No problem was too big and their fun approachable demeanours meant that the whole process was a lot less stressful than it might’ve otherwise been.

Julie & Stuart Ockelford

We really appreciated Lisa’s help finding the perfect condo for us in Nanaimo. Lisa was a pleasure to work with, responding promptly, cheerfully and efficiently to even the smallest request. She worked tirelessly to get us familiar with different neighbourhoods and to consider different options. Even after the sale was completed successfully – which she facilitated professionally and expeditiously – she was always available to help. Working with Lisa was a great experience.

Alison MacPhail

It’s a Love Match

Published By: on May 29th, 2011 in Category Nanaimo Real Estate News

One more happy family is moving to Nanaimo from Ontario. They will enjoy their ocean view from this house that will soon become their new home. A very gratifying experience for me as their Buyer’s Agent.

Rain Water Irrigation – automatically!

Published By: on May 18th, 2011 in Category Home Owners Hints

I’ve just learned about a great product that allows you to collect and store rain water and then automatically irrigate your garden when it is needed. It’s called the Garden Conservepump and it uses an automated irrigation sensor that waters your garden only when needed, reducing the amount of water you use for irrigation, resulting in lower consumption, lower city water bills and healthier plants. Check it out at www.iduscontrols.com.

 

WoooWhoo! Nanaimo Ranked #5 Micro-city in the Americas!

Published By: on May 3rd, 2011 in Category Community News- Nanaimo

Nanaimo has a bright future according to a report released by fDi Magazine, owned by the Financial Times, on cities of the future.

Nanaimo placed fifth on a list of the “top 10 micro cities” for the quality of life, as determined by statistics such as life expectancy at birth, hospital beds per 1,000 people, household income and the crime rate.