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  • The Last Word on Stigmatized Homes in BC

    Buyers need to ask appropriate questions if they are averse to purchasing a property in which a stigmatizing event occurred. Realtors should ask their clients if they are sensitive to stigmatizing events and if so, include a seller’s warranty or representation in the offer that no such occurrence to … Read more »

  • Thank you for the positive feedback

    The team at Pazder Law Corporation would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to our fantastic clients. We are very glad to be of assistance. We value your business and hope to see you for your next transaction. The following are some of the reviews we have received in 2019: We’ve done 3 house… Read … Read more »

  • Listing Your Strata Complex For Sale: Do You Need 80% Approval?

    On February 28, 2016, the BC government changed the Strata Property Act to remove the requirement for a UNANIMOUS vote of the strata members to dissolve a strata corporation. The post Listing Your Strata Complex For Sale: Do You Need 80% Approval? appeared first on Pazder Law Corporation. … Read more »

  • How long until I can flip my condo? Pazder Law Corp answers:

    I bought a pre-sale condo and it’s gone up in value. What if I assign the contract or just buy it and flip it before it’s ever occupied? How about after six months? A year? Is there even a rule? The post How long until I can flip my condo? Pazder Law Corp answers: appeared first on Pazder Law Corpor … Read more »

  • Strata Properties: “To Insure or Not to Insure?” That is the question

    That should never be the question; every strata owner should always insure. You may be thinking “Why? My strata property already has property insurance!” That is correct. The strata corporation’s insurance is mandated by statute and paid for by the owners through their monthly strata fees. Under the … Read more »