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The Vancouver Sun interviews a couple of new Novella homeowners, Shirley & Jerry

The Vancouver Sun interviews a couple of new Novella homeowners, Shirley & Jerry

By Shawn Conner, Special to The Sun February 13, 2015 | As first-time homebuyers, Shirley and Jerry Low figured out what they want — and what they don’t. “The condo we’re living in is our first purchase,” Shirley Low said. …
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Why I Love Novella

Why I Love Novella

I’ve been in the real estate development business for 28 years. I’ve been involved in projects from Kitsilano to Calgary, from Langley to Whistler. I’ve built infill housing in established neighbourhoods and I’ve done greenfield developments. Of all the projects …
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Novella | Holiday Open House

Novella | Holiday Open House

Join us this weekend for our first Open House at Novella, just in time for the holidays! Enjoy a few holiday treats and a festive beverage while you relax in our stunning display suite and see firsthand the list of …
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You don't have to be a literary genius to hang your hat at Novella, BC Condo Guide reports

You don’t have to be a literary genius to hang your hat at Novella, BC Condo Guide reports


Burnaby News Leader explains why Novella stands out from the rest

Burnaby News Leader explains why Novella stands out from the rest

   


Jobs & People

Jobs & People

I was reading the Vancouver Sun the other day and I came across this guest editorial piece by the head of the Vancouver Economic Commission. It seems that there was a big tech conference in Vancouver a couple of weeks …
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BC Local News reports on our latest project in West Coquitlam.

BC Local News reports on our latest project in West Coquitlam.

Springbank writes a Novella in Coquitlam by Kerry Vital – BC Local News posted Aug 14, 2014 at 8:00 AM A novella is referred to as a collection of short stories, but now homeowners can be part of a story …
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Affordability AGAIN

Affordability AGAIN

Over the last few years we have heard so much talk about the “housing bubble” and how unaffordable housing is in Vancouver.  Those of you who have read my previous posts will have figured out that I don’t believe that …
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Pent up Demand

Pent up Demand

Pent up Demand, I saw this phrase used for the first time in quite a long time today. This term is used to describe one aspect of lagging consumer behaviour in any given market.  Economists use this term to explain …
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The benefits of a higher Walk Score.  How walkable is your community?

The benefits of a higher Walk Score. How walkable is your community?

A number of studies have recently come out regarding the role that walkability plays in the real estate industry.  The results appear consistent across the board: there’s a higher demand for homes with a higher Walk Score. The Walk Score …
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