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Vancouver WA

by Mako Britz

I was driving down to Portland for my cousins 40th BDay party and decided to take an alternate route. Amazing scenery on the way down. PS, thats me on the guitar. 

Derek Doubleday Arboretom

by Mako Britz

Mako talks about a great little park called Derek Doubleday Arboretom in Murreyville Langley. 

Stoney Creek East Abbotsford...

by Mako Britz

Stoney Creek East Abbotsford... another hot little area in Abby.

A golden little area in East Abbotsford to raise your kids

by Mako Britz

Mako talks about another golden little area in East Abbotsford to raise your kids. If you have any questions about Real Estate please feel free to email Mako at callmako@hotmail.com

Makos Electric Car

by Mako Britz

A golden nugget of Abbotsford B.C

by Mako Britz

Mako is in a private 3 acre park owned by the home owners on the streets Highfield, Hyatt, Grosvenor, Beecroft and Birch. Once a year every home pays $100 for the upkeep of the park and it is for the exclusive use of the home owners. Mako and his father have sold many homes in this area. Its area's like this that make Abbotsford a truly awesome place to live 

The Foreclosure Process

by Mako Britz

Foreclosure can represent great deal and bargains are to be had. Mako explains the foreclosure process in detail in Abbotsford B.C. Canada

Why Abbotsford Rocks (Mill Lake)

by Mako Britz

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Mako talks about the central point of Abbotsford, Mill Lake. He explains some real estate values in the area and shares is prediction for this area.

June Market Update

by Mako Britz

Abbotsford     22% Absorption Rate (Fair for Buyers & Sellers)

Mission          18% Absorption Rate (Fair for Buyers & Sellers)

Langley          32% Absorption Rate (Fair for Buyers & Sellers)

Cloverdale     28% Absorption Rate (Fair for Buyers & Sellers)

Absorption Rates Explained

If we have 100 homes on the market and we consume (sell) 18-22 (18%-22%) of these homes per month that is a balanced market, fair for buyers and fair for sellers.

If we sell under 18% it becomes a Buyers market with a lot of inventory for buyers to choose from. Sellers will have to make some price adjustments or do some minor updates such as increase curb appeal to attract a buyer.

If we sell over 22% it becomes a Sellers market. Buyers will find themselves in multiple offer situations and potentially loose out on the house the are bidding on.

If you would like a market update of any other city listed here, simply email me and we are happy to get one out to you at no cost or obligation.

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