Laurel Bridge – 305 908 W 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

Welcome to Laurel Bridge; this 1-bed/1-bath home is centrally located on the traffic calmed 7th Ave with easy access to Charleson Park in False Creek & Granville Island via the convenient Laurel Bridge crossing. Unit 305 is well maintained and features a spacious layout with gas fireplace, SS kitchen appliances, in-suite laundry & storage, and a Juliet balcony overlooking the mature landscaping in the central courtyard. Recent building upgrades include the roof (2014) and pipes (2015). Pets & rentals are welcome w/ restrictions & 1-parking is included. Strata plan measures 687sf, professionally measured at 688sf.

Macdonald_RealtyLogo_FullColour_RGBList Price: $598,000
List Date: July 02, 2019
MLS #: R2384944
Macdonald Realty Downtown Vancouver
Chris Lambert

One Town Centre in the River District

Welcome to One Town Centre in the heart of the popular River District! This bright and spacious 2-bed/2-bath air-conditioned condo boasts 968sf + a 112sf covered balcony. The home features an open layout w/ chef’s kitchen, stone counters, Jenn-Air/Whirlpool appliances, gas cooktop, roller blinds, and a Nest thermostat. The master suite includes a walk-in closet & 3-piece bath w/ glass enclosed shower and heated floors. Enjoy access to the impressive Club Central w/ full gym/yoga room, pool/spa/sauna/steam, guest suites, party rooms, squash & indoor basketball courts, and community garden plots. Neighbourhood amenities include Save-on-Foods, Everything Wine, Starbucks and more on the way! One parking & storage locker included. Strata plan measures 910sf, Professionally measured at 968sf.
List Price: $774,800
List Date: June 04, 2019
MLS #: R2376866
Macdonald Realty Downtown Vancouver
Chris Lambert

Real Estate 101 – RRSP Home Buyers’ Plan

It’s tax season and Canadians are thinking about investing some of their hard-earned money into their Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSP). I’ve put together this quick blog post today to let you know how you can use your RRSP savings to help you buy your first home.

One of the biggest hurdles that first time home buyers face is coming up with the funds for a down payment. Many Canadians are unaware that they can access the savings in their RRSP to put towards the down payment on their first home.

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