1) Home Buyers’ Plan
Qualifying home buyers can withdraw up to $25,000 (couples can withdraw up to $50,000) from their RRSPs for a down payment. Home buyers who have repaid their RRSP may be eligible to use the program a second time.
Canada Revenue Agency www.cra.gc.ca. Enter ‘Home Buyers’ Plan’ in the search box.

2) GST Rebate on New Homes
New home buyers can apply for a rebate of the federal portion of the HST (the 5% GST) if the purchase price is less than $350,000. The rebate is up to 36% of the GST to a maximum rebate of $6,300. There is a proportional GST rebate for new homes costing between $350,000 and $450,000.
Canada Revenue Agency www.cra.gc.ca. Enter ‘RC4028’ in the search box.

3) BC New Housing Rebate (HST)
Buyers of new or substantially renovated homes priced up to $850,000 are eligible for a provincial enhanced New Housing Rebate of 71.43% of the provincial portion (7%) of the 12% HST paid to a maximum rebate of $42,500. Homes priced at $850,000+ are eligible for a flat rebate of $42,500.

4) BC New Housing Rebate (HST) for Secondary Vacation or Recreational Homes
Buyers of new or substantially renovated secondary or recreational homes outside the Greater Vancouver and Capital Regional District priced up to $850,000 are eligible for a provincial enhanced New Housing Rebate of 71.43% of the provincial portion (7%) of the 12% HST paid to a maximum rebate of $42,500. Homes priced at $850,000+ are eligible for a flat rebate of $42,500.
www.hstinbc.ca/buying_goods/buying_a_home/new_ home_tax_calculator

5) BC New Rental Housing Rebate (HST)
Landlords buying new or substantially renovated homes are eligible for a rebate of 71.43% of the provincial portion (7%) of the 12% HST, up to $42,500.

6) BC First-Time New Home Buyers’ Bonus
First-time new home buyers may be eligible for a one-time grant equal to 5% of the purchase price of the home, or if you are building a home, 5% of the land and construction costs, up to $10,000. The bonus is based on the net income of the home buyer. This program ends March 31, 2013.
www.sbr.gov.bc.ca/documents_library/notices /FTHB_Bonus.pdf

7) BC Property Transfer Tax (PTT) First-Time Home Buyers’ Program
Qualifying first-time buyers may be exempt from paying the PTT of 1% on the first $200,000 and 2% on the remainder of the purchase price of a home priced up to $425,000. There is a proportional exemption for homes priced up to $450,000.
BC Ministry of Small Business and Revenue
www.sbr.gov.bc.ca/business/Property_ Taxes/Property_Transfer_Tax/ptt.htm

8) First-Time Home Buyers’ Tax Credit (HBTC)
This federal non-refundable income tax credit is for qualifying buyers of detached, townhome, apartment condominiums, mobile homes or shares in a cooperative housing corporation. The calculation: multiply the lowest personal income tax rate for the year (15% in 2011) x $5,000. For the 2011 tax year, the maximum credit is $750.
Canada Revenue Agency

9) BC Home Owner Grant
Reduces property taxes for home owners with an assessed value of up to $1,285,000. The basic grant gives home owners:
• a maximum reduction of $570 in property taxes on principal residences in the Capital, Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley regional districts; 
• an additional grant of $770 to rural homeowners elsewhere in the province; and 
• an additional grant of $275 to seniors aged 65+, those who are permanently disabled and war veterans of certain wars. 
BC Ministry of Small Business and Revenue www.rev.gov.bc.ca/hog or contact your municipal tax office.

10) BC Property Tax Deferment Programs

Property Tax Deferment Program for Seniors.
Qualifying home owners aged 55+ may be eligible to defer property taxes.

Financial Hardship Property Tax Deferment Program.
Qualifying low-income home owners may be eligible to defer property taxes.

Property Tax Deferment Program for Families with Children.
Qualifying low-income home owners who financially support children under age 18 may be eligible to defer property taxes.

BC Ministry of Small Business and Revenue
www.sbr.gov.bc.ca/individuals/Property_ Taxes/Property_Tax_Deferment/ptd.htm

11) Canada Mortgage and Housing (CMHC) Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP) Grants.
This federal program provides financial aid to qualifying low-income home owners to repair substandard housing. Eligible repairs include heating, structural, electrical, plumbing and fire safety. Grants are available for seniors, persons with disabilities, owners of rental properties and owners creating secondary and garden suites.
1.800.668.2642 | 604.873.7408

12) Home Adaptations for Independence (HAFI)
A new program jointly sponsored by the provincial and federal governments provides up to $20,000 to help eligible low-income seniors and disabled home owners and landlords to finance modifications to their homes to make them accessible and safer.

BC Housing www.bchousing.org/Options/Home_Renovations
604.646.7055 or toll-free 1.800.407.7757 extension 7055

13) CMHC Mortgage Loan Insurance Premium Refund
Provides home buyers with CMHC mortgage insurance, a 10% premium refund and possible extended amortization without surcharge when buyers purchase an energy efficient mortgage or make energy saving renovations.

14) Energy Saving Mortgages
Financial institutions offer a range of mortgages to home buyers and owners who make their homes more energy efficient. For example, home owners who have a home energy audit within 90 days of receiving an RBC Energy Saver™ Mortgage, may qualify for a rebate of $300 to their RBC account.
www.rbcroyalbank.com/products/mortgages/ energy-saver-mortgage.html

15) Low Interest Renovation Loans
Financial institutions offer ‘green’ loans for home owners making energy efficient upgrades. Vancity’s Bright Ideas personal loan offers home owners up to $20,000 at prime + 1% for up to 10 years for ‘green’ renovations. RBC’s Energy Saver loan offers 1% off the interest rate for a fixed rate installment loan over $5,000 or a $100 rebate on a home energy audit on a fixed rate installment loan over $5,000.
For information visit your financial institution.


www.rbcroyalbank.com/ products/personalloans/energy-saver-loan.html

16) LiveSmart BC: Efficiency Incentive Program
Home owners improving the energy efficiency of their homes may qualify for cash incentives through this provincial program provided in partnership with FortisBC and BC Hydro. Rebates are for energy efficient products which replace gas and oil furnaces, pumps, water heaters, wood stoves, insulation, windows, doors, skylights and more. The LiveSmart BC program also covers $150 of the cost of a home energy assessment, directly to the service provider.

17) BC Residential Energy Credit
Home owners and residential landlords buying heating fuel receive a BC government point-of-sale rebate on utility bills equal to the provincial component of the HST.
www.sbr.gov.bc.ca/business/consumer_taxes/residential_ energy/residential_energy.htm

18) BC Hydro Appliance Rebates
Mail-in rebates for purchasers of ENERGY STAR clothes washers, refrigerators, dishwashers, or freezers.

19) BC Hydro Fridge Buy-Back Program
This ongoing program rebates BC Hydro customers $30 to turn in spare fridges in working condition.

20) BC Hydro Windows Rebate Program
Pay no HST when you buy ENERGY STAR high-performance windows and doors.
www.bchydro.com/rebates_savings/windows_ offers/current_offers.htm
604.759.2759 for a free in-home estimate.

21) BC Hydro Mail-in Rebates/Savings Coupons
To save energy, BC Hydro offers rebates including 10% off an ENERGY STAR cordless phone. Check for new offers and for deadlines.

22) FortisBC Rebate Program
A range of rebates for home owners include a $50 rebate for upgrading a hot water tank, $300 rebate on an Ener-Choice fireplace and a $1,000 rebate for switching to natural gas (from oil or propane) and installing an ENERGY STAR heating system.
www.fortisbc.com/NaturalGas/Homes/Offers /Pages/default.aspx

23) FortisBC Efficient Boiler Program
For commercial buildings, provides a cash rebate of up to 75% of the purchase price of an energy efficient boiler, for new construction or retrofits.
www.fortisbc.com/NaturalGas/Business/ Offers/Pages/default.aspx

24) City of Vancouver Rain Barrel Subsidy Program
The City of Vancouver provides a subsidy of 50% of the cost of a rain barrel for Vancouver residents. With the subsidy, the rain barrel costs $75. Buy your rain barrel at the Transfer Station at 377 W. North Kent Ave., Vancouver, BC. Limit of two per resident. Bring proof of residency.
http://vancouver.ca/engsvcs/watersewers/water/ conservation/programs/rainbarrel.htm
Other municipalities have similar offers.

25) City of Vancouver Greenest City 2020 Pilot Home Energy Loan Program
The City of Vancouver in cooperation with Vancity, FortisBC, BC Hydro and Natural Resources Canada offers access to loans for energy retrofits including heating systems, insulation and air sealing. The Home Energy Loan from Vancity is a 12 month pilot program that will end October 21, 2012. For more information attend a workshop (see third link below). The goal is 500 homes, and loans are offered at 4.5% fixed rate over 10 years. The program also helps with accessing grants from the federal ecoENERGY program, the provincial LiveSmart BC program and FortisBC.



Email: energyloan@vancouver.ca

26) Vancity Green Building Grant
In partnership with the Real Estate Foundation of BC, Vancity provides grants up to $50,000 each to qualifying charities, not-for-profit organizations and co-operatives for projects which focus on building renovations/retrofits, regulatory changes that advance green building development, and education to increase the use of practical green building strategies. The deadline for applications was January 23, 2012. If you are still interested in this grant, open the link and consider contacting Vancity to express your interest.
www.vancity.com/MyCommunity/NotForProfit/Grants /ActingOnClimateChange/GreenBuildingGrant

27) Local Government Water Conservation Incentives
Your municipality may provide grants and incentives to residents to help save water. For example, the City of Coquitlam offers residents a $100 rebate and the City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, and District of West Vancouver offer a $50 rebate when residents install a low-flush toilet. Visit your municipality’s website and enter ‘toilet rebate’ to see if there is a program.

28) Local Government Water Meter Programs
Your municipality may provide a program for voluntary water metering, so that you pay only for the amount of water that you use. Delta, Richmond and Surrey have programs and other municipalities may soon follow. Visit your municipality’s website and enter ‘water meter’ to find out if there is a program.

April 5, 2012, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Article

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Please visit our Open House at 307 1808 3RD AVE W in Vancouver.
Open House on Sunday, April 29, 2012 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Welcome to Kore! This luxury concrete condo has it all - located right in the heart of beautiful Kitsilano. NEW spacious one bedroom corner unit features high end finishings, large balcony, hardwood floors throughout, open-concept kitchen,stainless steel appliances, Caesartone & marble counters, gas cooktop, floor-to-ceiling windows and great city views. Priced to sell, no HST, don't miss this one! Open House Sunday, April 29, 2-4pm
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 About 3 weeks ago I noticed a change in the Vancouver market – things went relatively quiet.

Looking forward into the summer I predict the general market will continue that trend.  What that means is that there will continue to be moderate activity overall.  The properties that are receiving the most amount of attention are homes on the East Side of Vancouver in the $1,000,000 range (and yes this is considered good value). Any property; house, townhome or apartment that is on waterfront (or with a great view) and priced well is getting immediate attention.  Vancouver West homes from $3,000,000 and up are selling steadily.  But it all comes down to price so if the property has any shortcomings then an adjustment in price will be needed to gain a buyers interest.

World activities have had an effect on the real estate markets as well. Recent manufacturing data out of China indicates that the economy is still contracting, however at a slower rate than previously expected.  The political problems in Europe continue to surface as seen in the resignation of the Dutch cabinet over night & the weekend’s French election result. These events together with some weaker economic data saw the European markets tumble & Bond rates rose. The sovereignty risk rose in Greece, Spain & Italy when government control was weakened through political unrest. The Dutch problem arose last week when Fitch said it would put Holland (AAA) on ratings review if the government failed to take action to cut their budget deficit & stop their debt from rising. Now Holland will head to elections, earlier than expected, after 7 weeks of negotiations among the ruling coalition parties on budget cuts of Euro 14billion collapsed on Saturday. The Dutch economy is feeling the pinch including a housing market slump. Sounds familiar. Greece, Ireland & Spain revisited? Italy & Portugal?

Most European countries are living well above their means, especially those with pensions, welfare & unemployment benefits. Those earning incomes don’t want earn less through paying more tax in order to help keep these benefit payments at the same level. Who is going to pay? There is no short term fix & so far the decisions made amount to just kicking a can down the road. The debt remains as long as the will to reduce it to manageable levels falls into the political too hard basket. One step at a time, Europe will unravel. The first step could come from the French as they desert their president Nicolsas Sarkozy for a socialist government who would not cooperate with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in keeping Europe afloat. Sarkozy & Merkel have been the glue to keep the Euro together as most other leaders have only been interested in their own problems.

US reporting season continues & this is going well but not standout unless you are one of the favored Tech companies like Apple & Microsoft. GE & McDonalds were also better than expected. Investors have been disappointed with some of the Banks & some of the guidance given for future quarters. Despite its debt worries, the US market has outperformed the ASX thanks to QE1 & QE2.

Overall it’s the worry about Europe that keeps the US market on its toes. Everybody seems to be watching someone in today’s market & just shows what a small world we live in.

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As of November 5, 2012, federally-regulated financial institutions will be required to disclose information to borrowers about prepayment and refinancing options, amounts and charges, penalties and ways to avoid them. The Mortgage Prepayment Information Code of Conduct also requires lenders to make this information available on a website which includes calculators and guidance to borrowers. Lenders must also provide toll-free telephone help and a written statement of prepayment charges as requested by borrowers. The federal goverment did not standadize the penalty calculation formula in this new code.


For information visit: www.fin.gc.ca/n12/12-025-eng.asp

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Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty tabled the 2012 Federal Budget on March 29, 2012. Eliminating the deficit by 2015 is a key goal and the government plans to do this by cutting spending by $1.4 billion in 2012/13 and by $3.9 billion in 2013/14 for a total of $5.3 billion. With unemployment steady at 7.5% and record household debt, property buyers and owners were looking for any glimmer of good news. The government did offer some hope. 

• $205 million to extend the Hiring Credit for Small Business program to encourage hiring. A small-business employer can receive credit of up to $1,000 to help offset employment insurance premiums.
• $165 million over 2 years for responsible resource development which creates jobs and protects the  environment.
• $150 million over two years on the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund for repairs and improvements to community facilities.$99.2 million over three years to help provinces develop permanent  flood mitigation measures.
• $67 million through the National Research Council on business-led, industry-relevant research.
• $60 million over two years to protect wildlife at risk.
• $35.7 million over two years for inspections and emergency preparedness to improve oil tanker safety.
Spending on innovation

• $500 million over five years, (to begin in 2014) to the Canada Foundation to support innovation in advanced research infrastructure.
• $105 million over two years to support forestry innovation and market development.
• $100 million to the Business Development Bank of Canada to support its venture capital activities.
• $37 million annually to granting councils to enhance support for industry-academic research partnerships.
Cutting red tape

• Streamline the multiple-step regulatory process to a single-step review known as “one project, one review.” This will include amending the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.
• Streamline the process for approving major economic projects.
• Introduce a legislative amendment clarifying the prohibition against banks selling life insurance.
There will be no new personal or corporate taxes or tax increases.
Excerpt from April 20, 2012 Realtor Link Article
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I have sold a property at 949 East 39th AVE in Vancouver.
Welcome to this fabulous custom built & one owner home. House with a total of 6 BDRM & 4 BATH. Top floor has 3 BDRM with Large Master Bdrm & 2 full bath. Bottom floor has 3 BDRM (2+1 Bdrm) fully equipped with separate entrance. Home features: 9' ceilings, radiant floor heating, tile roof, thick granite counters kitchen and Bath, Granite flr entry, Crown moulding, laminate floors, 1 fireplace, 2 alarm systems, 2 skylights, double detach garage, back lane access, brand name appliances, maytag washer/dryer. Freshly repainted on main floors. House in pristine condition, never rented before. Very desirable location steps to Elementary school, Park & transit. Don't miss out.
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I have sold a property at 102 2140 12TH AVE W in Vancouver.
RARELY available studio. This amazing Kitsilano townhouse-style studio includes secure parking, an outdoor patio, a separate storage locker, cozy gas fireplace, in-suite laundry and more! Move-in ready and exceptionally spacious for a studio, with ample room for a living room, dining room and bedroom without feeling cramped. Located in the heart of Arbutus Walk, this home offers 2 seperate entrances - including its own private gated entrance from the street. Perfect location, terrific value & lovingly cared-for building! Don't miss this one. Open House March 17th, Saturday, 1:00-3:00
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February 17, 2012

Dear Amalia,

Congratulations on achieving membership in the Platinum Club for 2011! You should be very proud of your accomplishment and we consider ourselves honoured to have you on the RE/MAX Team.

RE/MAX Associates are truly “Canada’s Most Productive Agents.” Your production and obvious customer-orientated service is a prime example of why RE/MAX is ‘Above the Crowd!®’.

As the real estate network with the most market share and greatest brand recognition, we have the most to offer home buyers and sellers. Due to professionalism exhibited by Sales Associates such as yourself, RE/MAX can lay claim to the phrase: “RE/MAX Outstanding Agents. Outstanding Results®”

We missed not being able to present this award to you personally at our recent 29th Annual RE/MAX of Western Canada Conference in Victoria, BC, however, it gives us great pleasure to present it to you now!

We are proud to have you on the RE/MAX Team and wish you continued success for 2012!

Yours truly,

RE/MAX of Western Canada (1998), LLC 


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Please visit our Open House at 307 1808 3RD AVE W in Vancouver.
Open House on Sunday, April 15, 2012 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Welcome to Kore! This luxury concrete condo has it all - located right in the heart of beautiful Kitsilano. NEW spacious one bedroom corner unit features high end finishings, large balcony, hardwood floors throughout, open-concept kitchen,stainless steel appliances, Caesartone & marble counters, gas cooktop, floor-to-ceiling windows and great city views. Priced to sell, no HST, don't miss this one! Open House April 15th, Sunday, 2:00-4:00
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Please visit our Open House at 307 1808 3RD AVE W in Vancouver.
Open House on Sunday, April 8, 2012 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Welcome to Kore! This luxury concrete condo has it all - located right in the heart of beautiful Kitsilano. NEW spacious one bedroom corner unit features high end finishings, large balcony, hardwood floors throughout, open-concept kitchen,stainless steel appliances, Caesartone & marble counters, gas cooktop, floor-to-ceiling windows and great city views. Priced to sell, no HST, don't miss this one! Open House April 8th, Sunday, 2:00-4:00
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