In today's live video, John discusses how to purchase your first home.
What would your life look like with less financial pressure, more money in the bank and more time to spend with the people you love, doing the things you love to do?
In Nanaimo, the average single family detached home costs $1M less than the average home in Vancouver. That means, if you sold your home in Vancouver and bought a similar home in central Vancouver Island, the money and time you would recover could be life-changing.
But what can you actually get in Nanaimo vs Vancouver? We jumped on a 17 minute seaplane ride from the Nanaimo harbour to downtown Vancouver to explore exactly what your money will buy you in each city, and the results are pretty astounding.
They say your home is your biggest investment, so to ensure you are getting the best return on your home you need to make sure your home looks its best. If you are looking to wow buyers, check out John's latest video on How To Prepare Your Home For Sale
Tips and strategies for downsizing in the Vancouver Island Real Estate market.
Why Nanaimo is Vancouver Island's most connected city. - John Cooper RE/MAX of Nanaimo
Important considerations when selling then buying real estate on Central Vancouver Island - John Cooper RE/MAX of Nanaimo
John Cooper has been attending the Nanaimo Business Networking Association - NBNA meetings for many years, last week he volunteered to step in after the scheduled speaker canceled last minute. In this talk John touches on building lasting relationships in business. - John Cooper RE/MAX of Nanaimo
Own a home on Vancouver Island? Here is what you should know - John Cooper RE/MAX of Nanaimo
The importance of a strategic marketing plan when selling your home on Vancouver Island
In today's video John discusses the importance of accurate pricing when selling your home, and why a second opinion matters.
Find out why Central Vancouver Island Real Estate is in such high demand.
Presented by John Cooper.