7811 Redrooffs Rd.

This spacious rancher is located in Halfmoon Bay on the Sunshine Coast. This immaculate home has two large bedrooms plus a den as well as a large laundry room and two full bathrooms. Take in the amazing ocean views from this high bank waterfront home. Located on a bus route and walking distance to Welcome Woods Market and just...

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UP-8458 Redrooffs Rd.

This bright upper suite is located in Halfmoon Bay on the Sunshine Coast. This large renovated space has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It is located just steps from Welcome Beach and is on a bus route. Only a short drive to all of the shops and amenities of Sechelt. This space will be available March 1st for $1250/mo. Sorry,...

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DN-9190 Truman Rd.

This brand new, never lived in suite is located in Halfmoon Bay on the Sunshine Coast. The spacious lower level suite is in a brand new home just a short walk to the beach. There is one large bedroom and spacious living room and a great bathroom with a large stand up shower. A full oven is to be installed. There is a full size...

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DN-775 Winn Rd.

This fully furnished, two bedroom ground floor suite is located in Gibsons on the Sunshine Coast. It has a large open concept living room dining room, a great patio and private laundry. Located steps from the Marina and Gibsons Public Market. Available now for $1450/m. No smoking on property, no...

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101 5530 Wharf Avenue, Wharf Plaza

Street front downtown location for easy public access and maximum visibility. This west facing space is currently configured with 4 individual private offices and a larger main area in front. Was formerly a CIBC branch office. In back are secure work areas, computer room, staff room, two washrooms, secure safe drop room at...

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Grilling Daze

Summer has finally arrived! And on the Sunshine Coast, part of the summer ritual is the barbequing of fresh sea food, premium grade steaks and a vegetarian delight of summer fresh veggies and fruit. On one of those perfect summer evenings, Joe, a tenant in a bareland strata, popped a cold one, hauled out his Propane Ultimate...

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Strata Management

A question I have been asked a lot recently has been “What exactly is it that you do?” My answer usually is “Grab a coffee – this will take a while.” My job is to manage the best interests of my client (the strata corporation) while acting within the Strata Property Act. This includes things like preparing budgets,...

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Strata Rules & Bylaws

After three weeks of lugging a back pack through Nepal and India, I now truly understand how lucky we are to live in this part of the world. Don’t get me wrong! I would go back without a second thought and I loved the chaos and noise that one can only experience in the streets of Kathmandu or New Delhi. Despite the seemingly...

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Canucks Flag Part III

Poor Jill. In her reign as president of the strata council, she had caused a law suit and levied fines which she could not collect – and all because of one Canucks fan. At the last Annual General Meeting, a bylaw banning Canucks flags on balconies was approved by a ¾ vote and she was once again elected to council, ever...

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Canucks Flag Part II

Last month we were talking about Jack and Jill and the Canucks flag and how not following the Strata Property Act can get a council and a strata corporation into trouble. Now, let’s say at the General Meeting to approve that special levy for legal fees, the ownership also approved a new bylaw saying “No hockey flags are...

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Canucks Flag Part I

It seems an owner (Let’s call him Jack) and a council member (Jill) had ongoing differences of opinion about the Canucks flag draped over his balcony during hockey season. Jack put his condo on the market and got a great offer – but when Jack went asking for an Information Certificate (Form B) from the strata council, Jill...

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