Monthly Archives: February 2017

Testimonials

We had been planning a move from Calgary to Nanaimo for retirement purposes for a few years. Upon discovering Love Real Estate Group a relationship began. Over a period of time, with patience, professionalism, good humour and integrity, Love Real Estate Group helped us secure a home that met our needs and our wishes. We are happy to recommend Love Real Estate Group to anyone looking to buy a property in the Nanaimo area.

Diane and Tom Crawford

When I decided to sell my home in Cedar by the Sea last April, I asked Love Real Estate Group to list it. Within a week, I had offers and a purchaser. Next, Love Real Estate Group showed me a number of potential residences that could meet my needs. Within three weeks, I was very interested in buying a townhouse, made an offer and it was accepted. I was very impressed with Love Real Estate Group’s manner in which they dealt with me. Their advice, professionalism and prompt service were especially appreciated. I would highly recommend these Ladies to others if they are seeking either to sell or buy a home. Thanks again Love Real Estate Group.

Al Cormon

2017 Vacancy and Rental Rates Nanaimo

Published By: on February 26th, 2017 in Category Nanaimo Real Estate, Rental Rates

Written on February 26, 2017

How much will my home or suite rent for and what is the vacancy rate in Nanaimo? Listed below are typical rental rates in Nanaimo.

Many home owners are looking for guidance about what income they can expect from their rental property, be it a basement suite or a 2nd home. At Remax of Nanaimo we are fortunate to have a very experienced property manager, Guy Litton,  who helps us out in this area.

Rental Rates Nanaimo

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BC Loans for First Time Home Buyers – Here’s what you need to know!

Published By: on February 1st, 2017 in Category Nanaimo Real Estate

Written on February 1, 2017

As of January 16, 2017, The BC Government is offering loans to help 1st time homebuyers with their down payments. Many people would like to buy a home and have the income to support mortgage payments, but cannot manage to save the required minimum of 5% for the down payment. The BC government is offering to match the buyer’s down payment up to a maximum of  $37,500. Continue reading