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Victoria & Vancouver Island Real Estate Blog

4 Things Every Toolbox Must HaveFirst-time home buyers often learn a lot of lessons about homeownership as they encounter challenges and problems, but there are some things that homeowners need to be prepared for from the very beginning. Having a toolbox on hand can help ensure that should something break or need a quick fix before it can be replaced or an expert can come and repair it properly. Here are some of the most useful things homeowners can keep in a toolbox.

A Tape Measure

Need to know how big the space where the refrigerator goes to keep from accidentally buying a replacement that’s too big? A tape measure is the easiest way to that that information. While homeowners may not be able to imagine a large number of scenarios where a tape measure is essential, having

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Polkey road5278

Half acre light industrial site!

Half acre light industrial site (grandfathered as residential). Owner is selling after 65 years.

Industrial park location. Serviced property.

Small house and a small secondary home on site.

Second home currently rented for $600/m.

Price includes any and all applicable GST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find Out More About 5278 Polkey Rd

Talk to our team to learn more about this Half acre light industrial site!

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4 Types of Insulation To Use in Your HomeInsulation is extremely important when it comes to keeping homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It acts as a barrier between the home’s interior and the weather outside, and it can be made from many different materials. Some work better than others, and some are more environmentally friendly, so there’s a lot that homeowners need to take into account when choosing the type that they’re going to buy. Good insulation is also a great selling point when people sell their homes. Here are some of the different types of insulation and what makes them unique.

1. Fiberglass Insulation

Most people are familiar with fluffy pink insulation made of fiberglass. Fiberglass insulation is extremely common, affordable, and it’s difficult to find a

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Paul Kane

Top floor at Tuscany Village!

Welcome to the top floor at Tuscany Village a European Style residence designed with archways, rich colours and cobblestone walkways.  

The old world charm in a modern world with amenities at your doorstep makes this a highly desirable place to live.  

310 - 1642 McKenzie will impress you by the high ceilings with skylights, gourmet kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, large island, built in wine rack and stylish cabinetry.

The large bright south facing windows optimize sun exposure to last all day long.  A large open floor plan leads to a massive 12 X 10 deck overlooking the action below.  

Arguable the best and biggest suite in the building; an ideal floor plan with the living area

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A Simple Guide to Pest Remediation in the HomeWith so much beautiful wildlife in Canada, it's only ‘natural' that some of those creatures will be more pesky than others. In particular, we're talking about eradicating pests from the home—a process that can be fairly challenging depending on the type and amount of critters to be dealt with. It's no secret that common pests here are cockroaches, fleas, rodents, mites and bedbugs that can cause illness and skin irritation. For the safety of occupants, home pest remediation is a must, so here's a quick guide for conventional and natural eradication methods.

Conventional Pest Remediation for Homes

Conventional pest control methods have been around for decades, and these are often administered via sprays, bombs, traps, powders and other

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With the arrival of our welcome warm spring weather, the market has heated up and real estate signs are popping up along with the spring flowers.   Sales increased 52% in March to 640 sales from just 421 sales in our cold and snowy February, but still down 7% from 688 sales in March of 2018.   The number of listings actively available for sale rose another 14% from 2,131 at the end of February to 2,435 at the end of March and up 38% from the 1,766 available at the end of March 2018. While the supply has increased substantially, it still lags below the 10 year average of 3,403.   Overall with a ratio of 1 sale to 4 listings in March, a 4 month supply, we are experiencing a balanced market. As is normally the case, there are different…
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Paul Kane

Affordable half duplex in Saanich West!

Centrally located on a quiet tree-lined street in Saanich West, sits this 3 bed 2 bath half duplex.

The main level entry features a front foyer with a two piece washroom, a separate dining area, laundry and storage areas, as well as a galley kitchen leading to your large living room with a wood burning fireplace.

There's also access to a fully fenced backyard with both fruit and mature trees as well as parking.

Upstairs has three good sized bedrooms and a four piece bathroom and, enjoy the bonus of a large additional space in what used to be the attic, but is now a fantastic art, games or media room with two skylights for plenty of natural light.

Updates include a newer roof and windows.

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Paul Kane

Original Charm. Luxury Finish!

A suite deal in Saanich West!

Get ready to be impressed with this absolutely gorgeous 1920's stone farmhouse that has seen a complete transformation delivering a modern custom interior while retaining the original exterior finish.

The main level offers wood like flooring, a luxury country kitchen, m/bedroom with a w/in closet & access to a spa-inspired washroom.

There's also a large den that could be used as a 2nd bedroom & a relaxing living area with built-ins and a custom fireplace.

Down you will find heated concrete floors, 2 bedrooms, another 4 pc bath, laundry and storage.

Venture outside to a luxury implement building ("Barn") for all your toys & or shop needs.

Upstairs is a perfectly

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Different Security Systems For Your HomeEveryone wants to make sure their home is safe, but there’s a lot of different ways homeowners can go about improving their home’s security. Even homeowners who have just purchased a new construction home should also be interested in the security of the home. From getting new locks to changing the spare key’s hiding spot, homeowners can take simple measures, but that isn’t the extent of what they can do.

Homeowners can purchase a home security system to give them some peace of mind, but there are different types of systems that are each  suited to different types of homes. Here are the three main system types and how they operate.

Highest Security: Wireless Alarm Systems

For homeowners who want the most security for their home and want to

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Paul Kane

Beautifully Renovated! Great Price!

Beautifully Renovated!  Great Price!

You’ll love walking into the open living room with large bay window and updated floors.  

Enjoy preparing meals in the kitchen with brand new, high-quality stainless steel appliances, maple wood cabinets and black granite countertops.  

Need an office? The hallway nook is the perfect space.

The new washer and dryer are conveniently located in a separate room.

The master bedroom boasts a walk-in closet and full ensuite with granite counter tops and double sinks.  

Take a casual walk to Tim Horton’s or walk to nearby parks and trails.

Nothing to do, but move in and enjoy!

Call now to see your new home!  

Find Out More About 61-2817 Sooke

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