The rain has come to the Village and this means that snow is falling in the Alpine. I have started to think about pulling out my winter jacket, I have found my winter sweaters and mittens. My winter boots are by the door ready to go. Old man winter is nipping at our heels and the countdown is on to opening day.
What does all this mean? It is time to prepare your home for the winter months ahead before we get to deep in snow.
If you have yet to get started on your fall check-list, here are my top 10 tips for getting your home ready for winter:
The most important step in getting ready for winter is to make sure that you are ready for the ski/board season ahead. Here are 5 things you should be doing:
Over the course of the first three quarters of 2014, the Pemberton real estate market has shown signs of growth and we are encouraged by the performance indicators that we are seeing. We have seen a growth of about 50% over the course of the past 9 months in both the total number of transactions and the value of those transactions when we compare them to the same 9-month period in 2013.
Family oriented housing remains one of the strongest segments of the Pemberton real estate market. That being said, we did see an increase in interest for rural and recreational acreage property growing over the course of the summer. The condo market continues to show the highest levels of activity.
Here is a breakdown of the current average values in Pemberton:
Pemberton and the surrounding area continue to be the most affordable real estate option in the Sea-to-Sky corridor and we expect demand to remain high for the forseeable future.
The market is changing and improving – if you have any questions or are thinking of buying or selling, contact me for more information directly related to your area of the market.Keeping up-to-date on the market trends can be complicated. Let me make the process simple, efficient, and informative.
This information is deemed to be accurate and taken from the Whistler Listing System – October 2014