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About 604 Realtor

+1 (604) 764-0711 Simon Clayton Realtor Vancouver Macdonald Realty. In 2017 I am celebrating my 14th successful year in Simon Clayton Realtor VanREVancouver Real Estate, being involved in hundreds of MLS transactions on the listing and selling ends of west and east side Vancouver properties. Since being licensed in 2003 I have represented clients in the sale of greater than $225,000,000 in Vancouver Real Estate. Born and raised on the West side of Vancouver in the Southlands neighbourhood, I am now a proud resident of the East Vancouver neighbourhood Main / Fraser Street, where I live with my Wife and Daughter. I have been awarded by my company, Macdonald Realty, for being among the highest sales agents with our company’s “Sales Achievement” award and “Award of Excellence" from 2009 - 2016. I am among the “Top 10 Agents” in the Kerrisdale Macdonald Realty office out of approximately 190 selling agents and was “Salesperson of the Month – June 2009”. I have also been given the Medallion Club award from the Real Estate Board of Vancouver for being among the top 10% of all Realtors in the City of Vancouver. 604 Realtor 604-764-0711

Foreclosure and Court Ordered Sales October 2023 Vancouver

Even in a city like Vancouver with a strong Real Estate market properties fall into Foreclosure or be subject to a Court Ordered Sale. I list and sell many foreclosure properties in the city of Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond and the rest of the lower mainland. Working with an agent who...

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308 1859 SPYGLASS PLACE, Vancouver | 668 sq ft condo | 1 bedroom 1 Bathroom | fully renovated | False Creek | Waterfront building on the sea wall | Indoor pool | $749,900

308 1859 SPYGLASS PLACE, Vancouver | 668 sq ft condo | 1 bedroom 1 Bathroom | fully renovated | False Creek | Waterfront building on the sea wall | Indoor pool | $749,900 Perfect False Creek location in Vancouver’s vibrant waterfront community. Fully renovated 1 bedroom + 1 bathroom boasts...

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Vancouver Real Estate Market Update April 2023

According to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), the Metro Vancouver housing market is experiencing renewed price growth this spring, with home prices across the region showing modest increases in March. However, new listings remain below long-term historical averages, indicating that sellers are still awaiting more favorable market...

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Vancouver Commercial Real Estate Update April 2023

Sales and dollar volumes in the commercial real estate market of the Lower Mainland remained stable in 2022 despite the challenging headwinds brought about by the highest borrowing costs seen in over ten years. The market demonstrated impressive resilience, with sales activity and dollar volumes holding steady, despite the rising...

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The Leaky Condo Era in Vancouver

The Leaky Condo Era was a period in the 1980s and 1990s in Western Canada, particularly in British Columbia, where there was a proliferation of high-rise and low-rise condominiums built with defective building envelopes. The problem was mainly due to the use of poor quality building materials, improper construction techniques,...

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Court Ordered Sale Process Vancouver Foreclosure

In British Columbia, a Court-Ordered Sale is a legal process where a court directs the sale of a property to settle a debt or a dispute. The court can order the sale of any property, including land, buildings, and other assets, as long as the owner has a legal obligation...

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REBGV Market Update March 2023

The latest data from February indicates that potential home sellers in Metro Vancouver are still hesitant to participate in the housing market, leading to lower-than-average sales activity. This has resulted in an increase in the number of available homes for sale in the region. According to the Real Estate Board...

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Vancouver Property Tax

Vancouver property tax is a key source of revenue for the City of Vancouver. Property owners in the city pay taxes to the municipality based on the assessed value of their property. The tax revenue is used to fund essential services, such as police and fire departments, schools, and public...

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