SKYLINE DRIVE. Half Acre. In highly sought after neighbourhood -East Abby. A remarkable custom built rancher with walkout basement. Four large bedrooms upstairs, far away from the main living area so that you can entertain without disturbing the children. At almost 5000sqft, this home is perfect for a growing family - the huge rec room downstairs is a great getaway for the teenagers and a couple more bedrooms for your guests. Large windows for enjoying the birds which gather in the incredibly private back yard, or remove some foliage and gain a view of Mt Baker! 24x20 garage for toys and hobbies. So many possibilities here!!
Bring a non-perishable item and exchange it for a pumpkin this Saturday October 20th from 1pm-2pm. Re/Max Little Oak Realty is located at 101-15955 Fraser Highway, Surrey BC, Hope to see you there!
To drop off food donations on another day please visit: www.surreyfoodbank.org
During my years in real estate, I've seen cases where homeowners made home improvements assuming they’d recoup their investment when they sold, only to find that the improvements didn’t increase their home's market value, and even decreased it.
How could this be? Well, there are many variables involved in how home improvements affect market value. Some relate to the quality of the improvements, while others relate to an individual owner's tastes and needs. For instance, remodeled kitchens and added bathrooms usually generate a good return. However, a new swimming pool that means a lot to one owner often makes a property less saleable generally, and so decreases its market value.
So if you’re thinking of renovating or adding on to your home, you’re welcome
The city of Surrey is on the move. Its explosive growth can be pinpointed to the development happening in the City Centre—from the new City Hall to the Central Library and Plaza to the development of the tallest building south of the Fraser, 3 Civic Plaza. With all this excitement, it's no wonder why Surrey has become an economic generator for the region.
As the city grows, maintaining and improving the quality of life for people who live and work in Surrey remains the top priority for the city council. Committed to ensuring that growth is balanced with sustainability to ensure our neighbourhoods remain vibrant and civic centres are in place to service Surrey locals as well as the business community.
When it comes to deciding on the location to…