Welcome to 3207 Valdez Court. Fabulous home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac street. This home has 3 bedrooms & 3 baths. Lovely living room with French doors, custom built book cases & gas fireplace. Great galley kitchen with white cabinets. Dining area is perfect for family dinners, built in cabinet & wine storage. Family friendly family room with glass slider to the large fenced & hedged backyard. The kids & Fido will love it. Imagine family BBQ's in the Summer. Storage shed for extra garden items. 3 good size bedrooms upstairs. Plenty of storage in the crawl space. Great family neighbourhood with parks, trails, shopping, transit & Skytrain a short stroll away. Call for more details.
Posted on November 19, 2019 by Marie & Kim Taverna
November 18-25, 2019
The REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive is coming soon!
Here's how you can help
We collect blankets and warm clothing to help the homeless, women and children in need, and persons living in supportive housing. Your donations are kept in the community where they are collected, and are given to charities that distribute them directly to those in need.
Please donate the following items for all ages:
• gently used or new blankets or sleeping bags
Socks are especially important for the homeless. They're as good as gold. Find out why by listening to this item from CBC radio, Sunday Edition.
Here's a list of Lower Mainland charities who received donations from the Blanket Drive.
The REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive story
Way back in 1994, some caring REALTORS® in Vancouver observed the homeless situation in the city’s eastside and said to themselves, we’ve got to do something.
They put out an appeal to their colleagues for warm blankets and coats and collected enough donations to help 3,000 of Vancouver’s homeless in the downtown core.
That single act of kindness has blossomed into one of the largest annual collections of warm clothing and blankets, helping homeless people and the working poor in every single community in the Lower Mainland.
Since then, thousands of REALTORS® from Whistler to Hope have collected enough donations to help more than 385,000 people in need. Each year, more than 75 dedicated members pick-up and deliver all the donations, and well over 100 real estate offices in the Lower Mainland act as collection depots.
The REALTORS Care® Drive now collects an astonishing amount of warm, winter items on behalf of dozens of local charities to help about 35,000 people each year.
Posted on November 19, 2019 by Marie Taverna
Basement basics to elevate your home
Finishing an underutilized basement makes financial sense in certain situations, and may add to your home’s resale value. For a family who has outgrown their current space and wants to avoid buying a more expensive, larger home, finishing the basement can be worthwhile. Yet, there are considerations to ensure your project will be worth the time, effort and expense.
Use these guidelines to determine if your basement is a good candidate for a renovation and will deliver adequate return on your investment:
Finished basements provide a myriad of possibilities including guest rooms, nanny suites, play rooms and home theatres. Whether you’re looking to increase the value of your home, or enhance your living space, do your research to ensure a successful project.