Anshu Arora LLM, MSc, PMP

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“Housing market developments in July are consistent with our view that Canada’s market is in the process of moderating to a more sustainable level of activity,” said Robert Hogue, senior economist at RBC Capital Markets.

 

Our market is going strong due to high demand and low supply; its just that simple. If you're thinking of investing, buying, selling or trying to get some equity out, I can help!

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Anshu and Romia Arora Entrance Award -This $2,000 Entrance Award is set up for  First year Civil Engineering Students applying to BCIT and

  (1) $1,000 Award is set up for First Year Electro Neurology Students and

  (1) $1,000 Award for First Year Nursing Students applying to BCIT


Anshu and Romia Arora Entrance Scholarship This $1,000 Entrance Scholarship is set up for First year BBA Accounting Students applying to Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

 

Anshu and Romia Arora Achievement Award - This $750 award is given to First year Student in the Biomedical Engineering Program at BCIT


Anshu and Romia Arora Bursary - This $1,000 bursary is given to First year Law school student in the Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in Toronto

 

Anshu and Romia Arora Education Scholarship(s) -Two (2) $1,000 Scholarships are set up for students graduating from Earl Marriott Secondary in South Surrey, and One (1) for students graduating from Sullivan Heights Secondary in Surrey.

 

Breakfast Program Surrey Elementary Schools - Monthly contribution is made to the Breakfast Program at Holly Elementary and Goldstone Park Elementary in Surrey.


Big Sisters & Big Brothers of BC Lower Mainland - Monthly contribution is made to the Big Sisters and Big Brothers of BC Lower Mainland chapter.


War Amps - Monthly contribution is made to the War Amps Non Profit Charitable Organization which was founded by amputee war veterans.


Surrey Women's Centre Society - Monthly contribution is made to the surrey women's centre, a crisis centre for women and girls escaping domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence.


Children's Hospital Program(s) - A portion of all my commission goes to supporting Children Hospital Foundations across North America

  • BC Children's Hospital Foundation
  • Surrey Hospital & Outpatient Foundation
  • Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation
  • Manitoba Children's Hospital Foundation
  • Toronto Sick Kids Foundation
  • Boston Children's Hospital Foundation
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Give It a Fresh Coat: Nothing says brand new like a fresh coat of paint. Overtime, after multiple use things like doors and steps can wear, but a little paint will help make them the focal point buyers will remember.

 

Replace Old Fixtures and Hardware: Turn heads from the get-go by replacing dusty lighting fixtures and tired door handles. These are only two of the many little things you can do to emphasis a beautiful door and entrance buyers will remember.

 

Add a Splash of Colour: Excite the unexcitable by hanging some flower baskets; it’s the easiest way to make a bold statement that’ll catch buyers attention. If you’re okay with getting your hands a little dirty, Daisy’s and Marigolds are some of the best types of flowers to plant in summer. There’s no denying they give off a pleasant aroma too!

 

These are just some of the many "tricks" that you can utilize! Contact me for more and for guidance in securing the Best Price

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When the mercury rises, homes without air conditioning can get stuffy and uncomfortable, making it difficult to relax, eat or sleep. Try these heat hacks to stay cool and calm all summer long.

1. Unplug the TV and close the laptop. Electrical appliances emit heat, so switch off everything you’re not using and make sure they’re unplugged at the wall too. TVs and computers are the worst offenders, so ensure they’re all closed down.

2. Make your own air conditioning. If you have a tabletop fan, you can turn it into a DIY air-conditioning unit by placing a bowl of ice water in front of it so the air skims over the ice and gets supercooled.

3. Freeze your pillowcase. A cool pillow is a real luxury on a hot summer evening. Superchill yours by wrapping the pillowcase in plastic wrap and putting it in the freezer before bedtime, then popping it back on just before you turn in for the night.

4. Choose natural materials. Avoid synthetic materials, particularly in a bedroom, as they won’t allow your skin to breathe properly, which can increase body temperature, particularly in a warm bedroom.

5. Make an ice-water bottle. Take your hot-water bottle out of hibernation and turn it into an ice pack to cool down a bed. Fill it with cold water, place it in the freezer, then pop it between the sheets just before you head to bed.

6. Turn off the lights. All lights emit heat, some more than others. To avoid overheating a room in summer, make sure you keep all lights switched off whenever possible and install energy-efficient lightbulbs to reduce the amount of energy given off as heat.

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The housing situation in Toronto ans Vancouver has reached to a point where developers are suggesting increasing the number of construction to three times the number of homes built in the previous year to address the supply issue especially for those finding it difficult to find a home as a result of affordability.

 

According to a reports from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the average home price in Toronto has increased by 22.6% from the previous year. The vacancy rates have been low for the past seven years.

 

I can help you Buy, Sell, Invest and Navigate in this market!

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