Posted in: New Horizons, Coquitlam Real Estate
I have listed a new property at 21 1125 KENSAL PL in Coquitlam.
"WELCOME TO RESORT LIVING" at its best and walking distance to schools, restaurants, walking trails, Coquitlam Center & transportation esp with the Evergreen Line coming close to your neighbourhood. This Polygon townhouse boasts 1 of thebest layout in the Kensal Walk with the backyard off the kitchen for the kids or those summer BBQ's with friends; just steps away to the 15,000 sq ft club house that offers the best Amenities. This 3 bedroom, 3 bathrooms has lots of great features to brag about-Main has open floor plan, laminate floors; powder room; kitchen has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, great cupboard space and a eating are next to sliders that leads to fenced yard. Best layout in the complex. Just imagine
Posted in: Port Moody Centre, Port Moody Real Estate
I have listed a new property at 114 3122 ST JOHNS ST in Port Moody.
Welcome to Sonrisa. This above ground 1 bedroom corner suite offers a great entertaining 300 sq ft patio. Open floor plan makes great use of your space, cozy gas fireplace. Sonrisa is located close to transit, West Coast Express, Walkingtrails at Rocky Point, Shopping & the Future Evergreen Line. Awesome complex with indoor pool, hut tub & gym. Rentals & pets allowed. Attention investors-tenant wants to stay. Great affordability.
Posted in: Maillardville, Coquitlam Real Estate
I have listed a new property at 110 145 KING EDWARD ST in Coquitlam.
This is the only affordable housing in Coquitlam. This DOUBLE WIDE Manufactured home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms & 1392 sq ft of living area. Located in MILL CREEK VILLAGE on a cul-de-sac and a large back yard. Home has new roof &hot water tank in 2010. Central air, Great floor plan, lots of space and looking for a new family. Walk to Ikea, Superstore, theatre, bowling alley, restaurants & transportation. Close to schools.
Home safety is more than locked doors and alarms
When it comes to home security, most homeowners think about door locks and alarms. These are, of course, very important. However, there is also a lot you can do around your property to prevent the possibility of a break-in.
One important part of home security is outdoor lighting. Your home doesn't need to be lit up like a baseball diamond at night, but your exterior lighting should illuminate your yard enough to be a deterrent to burglars.
Some burglars hide around the property and wait for someone to arrive and open the door so they can use that opportunity to force their way into your home.
Security experts suggest that you walk around your property and look for areas where someone could hide, such as behind tall shrubbery like a cedar hedge or behind a tool shed. Make sure these areas are well lit.
Pay particular attention to lighting around exterior doors, especially the back door.
Home security experts also recommend that exterior lighting be installed with a timed dimmer. The lights can then be set to cast a bright light in the early evening, and then a dimmer light throughout the rest of the night.
Lights installed with motion detectors can also be effective in certain areas. The sensors will cause the light to turn on or brighten when someone comes onto that part of your property. Generally, thieves will flee as soon as they see a light turn on.
Do you hide a spare key under the front door mat or in a flower pot? No matter how clever you think you are, experienced thieves know all the common hiding places. So, if you need to have a spare key available, put it in a small combination lock box and hide the box. That way, if a burglar finds the box, he still won't be able to open it and access the key.