Kim Little

Kim Little is local Realtor (R) with Prudential Sussex Realty in West Vancouver. She buys and sells Real estate for clients on the  North Shore, and Vancouver’s East and  West Side. She is also the writer of the blog “Vancouver Real Estate and Beyond”.

Find out more on her website or follow her on twitter @littleagent.

 

 

Vancouver real estate and 2013: proceed with caution

Recently @DouglasCoupland quipped on Twitter  that 2013 was a very bad name for a year, so he was going to rename it Tammy. "Tammy" sounds like a hurricane name, if you ask me. But then...

Drop in BC home assessments no big deal

Gradual price drops in BC are a great thing: one realtor's plain-spoken analysis on why Vancouverites don't have to worry about the drop in home prices.

Hold the Kleenex. Buyers' market a good thing.

The press is all over the fact that the housing market is cooling. September sales were down and the listings were up. The telltale sign of a buyer's market coming in. Hold the Kleenex––this is a...

The most important real estate advice for 2012-2013

You need to do one thing really well. Here's what it is...

BC mortgage brokers and realtors breathe a sigh of relief

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial institutions (OSFI) has reversed its proposed amendment to require borrowers to re-qualify for their mortgages at renewal. This decision is welcome...

BC's new home ownership measures helpful, but not for everyone

Home ownership in BC has been out of reach for many. The government has introduced measures to help. But will they help you afford a new home?

Recreational real estate: creating your own "affordable" waterfront home

Recently, the government introduced HST easing measures aimed at transitioning the HST to the GST/PST. One of those initiatives is a rebate of up to $42,000  if you buy a secondary piece of real...

How to own an affordable house in Vancouver

Real estate prices in Vancouver are sky-high, but that doesn't mean home ownership is out of reach. With some creativity, people can own a home without going to the suburbs.

Vancouver condo market still going strong, despite slump forecast

Is Vancouver immune to the real estate slump predicted by some of Canada's top bankers?

Speculating on Vancouver's flippin' real estate market

What to do about the speculation in Vancouver's real estate?