Nanaimo Real Estate Blog

Nanaimo real estate market as at April 30, 2019

April 2019 real estate sales in Nanaimo were brisk but still off from the same time last year in all categories of housing except for the sale of lots. The April 2019 real estate market stats, released by the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board, continue to show signs of an adjusting market....

Home clutter is bad for your mental health, puts a dent in your wallet, and definitely isn’t good when you’re trying to make your house look better than the other homes for sale in Nanaimo BC. So, to keep your mind and your bank account happy – and to help get your home sold fast – here are six...

You’ve saved enough money for retirement to take care of your family. You’ve worked hard over the years, and the time is right to buy your dream vacation or second home.

According to real estate agents in Nanaimo who work with second home buyers, there are five important things to know...

March 2019 was similar to February 2019 in that the Nanaimo real estate market stats, released by the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board, continue to show signs of an adjusting market.

Unit sales are down in all property types with prices holding steady in single family homes and...

There’s more Nanaimo real estate for sale now. That’s because spring and summer are the best times of the year to sell homes in Nanaimo. It also means there’s a lot more competition, because more houses on the market mean more choices for buyers.

If your home needs repairs, it’s easier...

Selling an empty home is much different than selling a home that people are living in. Nanaimo real estate agents will tell you there are more unique challenges to selling an empty home that owners don’t face when living in their home for sale. Fortunately, there are also some things you can do...

If you’re thinking about buying a home in Nanaimo, it’s important to understand all of the factors that go into making a smart purchase decision. You should have a big-picture idea of how the Nanaimo BC real estate market works. You’ll also need to know how to analyze the seemingly countless...

The Nanaimo real-estate market continues to show signs of an adjusting market according to statistics released at the end of February by the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

Unit sales are down in all property types with prices softening in single family homes and patio homes and up...

Congratulations! You’ve found a buyer for your home, they’ve qualified for a home loan, and all that’s left to do is the home inspection. Contracts for homes for sale in Nanaimo are often contingent on the buyer approving the inspection results. If they find things that need to be repaired, they...

How much does it cost to buy real estate in Nanaimo?  The answer depends on many factors including the type of property you choose to buy.  Other considerations include:  are you looking for new construction or is an older home okay?  Would you prefer a house, condo, patio home or a townhouse?...