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Welcome to Comox Valley, Vancouver Island

Located on Vancouver Island about in the middle, on the East Coast, is the noteworthy community of Comox Valley. Many Canadians are familiar with the largest town on the Island, Nanaimo, but, in recent years word has spread about Comox’s natural beauty and what a fine place it is to live and work and, to […]

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Relocating to the Rocky Mountains

Known commonly as the Rockies, the chain stretches over 3,000 miles from northern British Columbia in Canada to New Mexico. Sculpted by glaciers and water into lofty peaks and deep valleys, the range is a part of the American Cordillera, a spine-like ridge of mountains that extends all the way from Canada to the tip […]

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Canadian Real Estate: Private Lakeshore Estate in Coldstream, Kalamalka Lake

This Peter Tofin architectural designed home is on 4 levels and offers almost 8,000 square feet of living area with stratified 2 bedroom suite. Offered for sale by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes, this stunning Kalamalka Lake property in the Coldstream Estate is a great example of stunning British Columbia lakefront homes. It is a perfect lakeshore retreat for families or corporations and is the largest private lakeshore estate in Coldstream. The lakeshore comprises 248 feet of pristine Kalamalka Lake lakeshore.

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Canadian Real Estate Improving

Michael Marquette of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: The Canadian property market has continued to recover well since the second quarter of 2009. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association the average price of a property sold through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) rose by 11.3%. The recovery in prices has continued throughout 2009 due to lower housing prices, lower interest rates, Government incentives and built up demand.

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