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Immaculate premium home 3 bedroom plus den, superb location on Hudson Rd. Level driveway double garage with lots of parking for 5, corner lot. Bright open concept floor plan, dream kitchen with lots countertops & island good size pantry. Deck off kitchen for easy entertaining & BQ with beautiful valley views. Basement contains 1 bedroom in-law suite with separate laundry & entrance. Close to shopping, restaurants, & schools. Call today to book your showing.
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Please visit our Open House at 46694 HUDSON RD in Sardis.
OPEN HOUSE: Sat & Sun Aug 20 & 21, 1-3 pm
Immaculate premium home 3 bedroom plus den, superb location on Hudson Rd. Level driveway double garage with lots of parking for 5, corner lot. Bright open concept floor plan, dream kitchen with lots countertops & island good size pantry. Deck off kitchen for easy entertaining & BQ with beautiful valley views. Basement contains 1 bedroom in-law suite with separate laundry & entrance. Close to shopping, restaurants, & schools. Call today to book your showing.
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I have listed a new property at 48610 AUCHENWAY RD in Sardis - Chwk River Valley.
Welcome to half acre of paradise, river & hiking just minutes away, total privacy & 10 min. to shopping & schools. The sellers have done some fantastic upgrades. The kitchen is open to the living & dining room which opens up to your brand new deck overlooking your huge private yard. Room for gardens & much more. 3 good sized bedrooms up & 2 full bathrooms. Downstairs has a huge family room bar area, half bathroom, laundry, bedroom as well as room for coffee. Double garage has a work shop on the side & still room for 2 vehicles or many toys. Numerous out buildings. The property is completely chain link fenced. Parking galore!
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I have sold a property at 43233 LUMSDEN RD in Yarrow.
Bring your small family, horses, chickens, dogs, motorized toys & all your stuff. 3 gorgeous cross fenced acres with 50' x 30' 200 amp 14 ft. high shop, lean to attached animal shelter & a very nice 1000 sqft. 2 bedroom bungalow. Vedder River & Vedder Mtn. Trail rides, fishing, swimming. A gorgeous tranquil setting close to Yarrow & Sardis amenities, 2 good wells, riding ring & opportunities for green house for green house or cash crop. This is a rare country jewel. Updated windows, furnace & good roof. You need to be quick.
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I have sold a property at 1620 PARKWOOD DR in Agassiz.
Quietly located on a great street on an 80' x 200', 0.367 acre, fenced, treed, private lot with outstanding view of Mt. Cheam. This 3200 sqft., 5 bedroom, 3 full bathrooms, fully finished basement, rancher with 400 sqft. main floor rec room, is hoping for your interior decorating ideas. It offers metal roof, upgraded vinyl windows, newer furnace, 2 F/Ps, basement rec room & 5 appliances. Bring your very large family. Quick possession okay.
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I have sold a property at 9702 JUNIPER ST in Chilliwack.
Same owner 30 years. Newer roof, furnace & windows. Clean as a whistle. This 2356 sqft., 4 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom, basement rancher with laundry on main & 27' x 13'5 basement rec-room offers lots of family options. Located on a great street with a nice yard, close to all Chilliwack schools. This is n incredible home offered at a very good price. Includes 4 appliances.
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I have listed a new property at 1620 PARKWOOD DR in Agassiz.
Quietly located on a great street on an 80' x 200', 0.367 acre, fenced, treed, private lot with outstanding view of Mt. Cheam. This 3200 sqft., 5 bedroom, 3 full bathrooms, fully finished basement, rancher with 400 sqft. main floor rec room, is hoping for your interior decorating ideas. It offers metal roof, upgraded vinyl windows, newer furnace, 2 F/Ps, basement rec room & 5 appliances. Bring your very large family. Quick possession okay.
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I have sold a property at 210 7685 AMBER DR in Sardis.
Inspiring views of Mt. Cheam from the large patio, this 1167 sq ft, second floor, 2 bdrm, 2 bathroom apartment home is close to shopping and great walking paths. What a wonderful 55+ community with radiant hot water heat included in the $270 monthly strata fee. Bring your decorating idea. Underground secure parking and storage and all appliances included. Amenities - guest suite, exercise room, recreation facility. One of the best locations. Bright and friendly. Immediate Possession.
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I have sold a property at 15 45918 KNIGHT RD in Sardis.
Come view this 45+ 1 level, manufactured home with open plan, spacious Master bdrm with built-in cabinet, 2 bdrm, bright kitchen with 3X4 island, butler pantry, skylight, and mountain views from every window. It features new laminate flooring, new garage door, a very private hedged back yard, gold fish pond, fruit trees (apple/pear), in-ground lawn sprinklers. Sit back and enjoy the sweet smells of honeysuckle and wisteria under your 14X10 covered patio. On site managers, Buyer & pets need approval. Monthly fee is $527.34 includes RV parking, front lawn cutting, club house & guest suites, snow removal and garbage. Central location.
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I have listed a new property at 43233 LUMSDEN RD in Yarrow.
Bring your small family, horses, chickens, dogs, motorized toys & all your stuff. 3 gorgeous cross fenced acres with 50' x 30' 200 amp 14 ft. high shop, lean to attached animal shelter & a very nice 1000 sqft. 2 bedroom bungalow. Vedder River & Vedder Mtn. Trail rides, fishing, swimming. A gorgeous tranquil setting close to Yarrow & Sardis amenities, 2 good wells, riding ring & opportunities for green house for green house or cash crop. This is a rare country jewel. Updated windows, furnace & good roof. You need to be quick.
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I have listed a new property at 9702 JUNIPER ST in Chilliwack.
Same owner 30 years. Newer roof, furnace & windows. Clean as a whistle. This 2356 sqft., 4 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom, basement rancher with laundry on main & 27' x 13'5 basement rec-room offers lots of family options. Located on a great street with a nice yard, close to all Chilliwack schools. This is n incredible home offered at a very good price. Includes 4 appliances.
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I have sold a property at 9484 ROSEPARK PL in Rosedale.
ROSEPARK PLACE Detached SHOP 24 x 28 plus 30 x 9 added covered storage, 3 pce bath, upstairs hardwood flooring, water and heat 28 x 18 space could be used for office - rec room - in-law suite. Beautiful white Cape Cod style 2 storey home, 4 bedrooms up, engineer hardwood flooring in living & dining room, new stainless steel appliances, Bosch gas stove, tiled back splash, heated tile floor in kitchen to family room, walk-in laundry room, pantry off kitchen. Patio doors lead out to level fenced back yard, room for RV, kids and pets plus your own organic garden with blueberry bushes, grapes & veggies. Home is next to Rosedale Traditional Community School K-9, 450 students total. Strata for septic system $75.00 per month. New Roof Jan 2016.
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Important Information You Should Know About The Moving Process!

In Search of a New Residence

Subscribe to the area's local newspaper in advance of your move. It usually contains a large real estate section, which can be very helpful in giving you some idea of the type of housing available in the new city, as well as other useful information.

 

Arrange for a house-hunting trip to your new city. When looking for a new home, take along a tape measure and a list of the exact dimensions of each of your major appliances and other large pieces of furniture. Measure the areas provided for them to be sure your appliances and furniture will fit.

 

Establish credit in the new city. Ask your banker for a referral to a correspondent bank and to act as a credit reference.

 

Get your agent to set you up on a computerized auto notification of new listings according to your buying parameters.

Preplan your move as early as possible.

If you are able to move at any time of the year, don't wait until summer, the peak-moving season. Consider also that the first and last few days of the month are extra busy. If you plan to sell your house, get it on the market as soon as possible. If renting, give your landlord timely notice of your moving date. Keep a record of all expenses related to the move, some of which may be tax deductible if you’re moving for work related purpose more than 40 kms from your current home.

Fill out a Personal Household Inventory for each room.

This is important for establishing the amount of declared valuation for the shipment and as a permanent inventory for insurance purposes. List, as nearly as possible, the year of purchase and original cost of each item. Attach any invoices or records of purchase to the completed inventory. Prepare a separate high-value inventory if the shipment will contain articles of "extraordinary" value. The following list includes items that might fall into this category:

* Antiques

* Art Collections

* Cameras

* China Collections

* Computer Equipment

* Crystal

* Figurines

* Firearms

* Jewelry

* Manuscripts

* Oriental Rugs

* Silver

* Stones Or Gems

* Tapestries

* TVs Or Stereos

Estimate of Moving Costs

Unless you have been given a binding estimate where a firm cost is established in advance, the exact cost of a move cannot be determined until after the shipment has been loaded on the van and weighed. The weight on which charges are based is calculated by weighing the van before and after loading. The total cost of the move will include transportation charges, any charges for declared valuation, plus charges for any extra services performed at your request. All of these charges are based on tariff rate schedules.

It is the owner's responsibility to see that mechanical, electrical equipment, and appliances are properly serviced for shipping prior to the arrival of the moving van. For safe moving, have these items prepared by a licensed or properly trained technician. This service may be performed by a technician of your choice or by qualified personnel of the moving company. If the owner has failed to have an item serviced, the van operator may load and haul it, but will mark the inventory sheet, "Not Serviced-Loaded at Owner's Risk."

Working with the Mover

* Have the moving company conduct a household goods survey in order to furnish you with a written estimate, although the final cost will depend on the actual weight of your household goods after they are loaded on the van.

 

* Before the removal list arrives, inspect the property. Include the garage, patio and any storage shed. Decide what to move and what to discard. Remember the cost of moving an item may be greater than the cost of replacing it.

 

* Decide whether you want to do any of the packing or have it done by the moving company's experienced personnel. Show the removal list everything that is to be moved. Specify articles that are to be packed so the estimate will include these charges. Any items that are later added to the shipment will add to the cost estimate.

Transfer of Personal Records

* Arrange for closing or transfer of charge accounts.

 

* Check personal insurance policies to see whether moving is covered. Transfer fire, theft and other personal property insurance to ensure coverage at the new home.

 

* Obtain transcripts of the children's school records and credentials from school authorities or secure transcripts of school records, if you prefer to take them along.

 

* Gather medical and dental records including vaccination data, medical prescriptions, dates of last examinations, history of past illnesses and so on.

 

* Ask your doctor and dentist to recommend colleagues in the new city. Be sure to check current telephone numbers and addresses of physicians, dentist and hospital, which will help when transferring your records.

 

* Obtain letters of introduction from your church, organization, club, and business associates.

 

* Transfer, sell or resign memberships in clubs or associations. Report your move to any lending agency with which you do business. A lender's permission may be required to move personal property in which the lender has an interest.

Four to Six Weeks before Moving Day

Plan your packing. If you plan to do the packing yourself, start collecting suitable containers. You can purchase specialized containers from most moving companies, such as:

* Small cartons for heavy items (books, record albums, and tools).

* Wardrobe containers

* Large cartons for bulky items (pillows, blankets, and stuffed toys).

* Medium-sized cartons for bulkier but not so heavy items (towels, linens, and small appliances)

 

Collect other packing materials

* White paper

* Tissue paper

* Paper towels

* Non printed paper

* Newspapers

* Tape or Strong twine for sealing containers

* Scissors or Sharp knife (keep out of children's reach)

* Felt marker to mark containers

* Notebook & Pencil for listing contents

* Labels or Stickers (Available from moving company)

 

Set goals and deadlines to ensure that all packing is completed by moving day. You may want to pack one room per week. Attach a list of contents to each carton. Separate and mark goods that will go into storage. Consider having a garage sale to dispose of unwanted items. If you donate clothing or household goods to charitable organizations, get receipts showing their approximate value for tax deductions. Remember that the cost of moving an item may be greater than replacing it. Begin to use up large supplies of canned goods and frozen foods. Buy only what will be used before moving.

Places To Notify of Impending Address Change Utilities.

* Electric

* Gas

* Water

* Telephone

* Fuel

* Trash removal

* Professional Services

* Doctor

* Dentist

* Accountant

* Lawyer

* Real estate Agent

* Stock broker

* Insurance Agents

* Life

* Health

* Fire

* Auto

* Boat

* Established Business Accounts

* Credit cards

* Motor Vehicle Department

* Finance companies

* Banks

* Department stores

* Government and Public Offices

* Social Security Administration

* Federal and state income tax offices

* Publications

* Newspapers

* Magazines

* Professional and trade

* Credit Card Companies

* Bank cards

* Oil companies

* Store cards

* Other cards

* Miscellaneous

* Relatives and friends

* Business associates

* Book and record clubs

* Schools and colleges

* Church

Two to Three Weeks before Moving Day

Let the post office know your moving date and new address. If you do not have a permanent address by the time you move, the post office will hold your mail and forward it upon written instructions from you. Phone the local business office of the Telephone Company. They can make arrangements for service in your new home and, on request, give out your new number when your present number is called.

If possible, arrange to have utilities connected before your arrival. Make family travel plans. Reserve air or rail transportation and hotel accommodations as needed. Have your car prepared for the trip-tires, brakes, lubrication, oil change, and tune-up-as needed. Dispose of flammables such as fireworks, cleaning fluids, matches, acids, pressure cans or paint thinner. Drain oil and fuel from your power mower and other machinery. Discard partly used cans of oil, paint, syrup or any other substance that may leak. Carefully tape-seal and place in individual waterproof bags any jars of liquids or semi-liquids you do not wish to discard. Have rugs cleaned that are to be moved. Leave them rolled and wrapped when they are returned from the cleaners. If draperies are to be moved, have them cleaned and ready for alterations that might be needed in your new home. Collect items that are being cleaned stored or repaired (clothing, shoes, watches). Empty your locker at any club you are a member of. Return library books and anything borrowed from friends or neighbors. Also collect things you may have loaned. Decide what to do with your houseplants.

 

Set a date with a reliable service person to prepare your appliances for shipment, preferably the day before the move. Depending on the appliance, post service may be needed for refrigerator, freezer, range, washer, dryer and others. For more information, request a free booklet, generally provided by most Home Removal companies. Pianos and organs need to be prepared for moving by a specialized technician. Make arrangements to have utilities disconnected on moving day:

* Electric

* Gas

* Water

* Fuel

* Cable TV

 

Plan to keep your telephone in service through moving day in case last minute calls are necessary. Take pets to the veterinarian. Make sure identification tags are securely attached to the pet's collar.

Three Days before Moving Day

Instant Aid Box

Pack a box for instant needs on arrival. Mark the box "To be loaded last and Unloaded first." Package each group of items separately in labeled paper bags. Here are some suggestions:

 

Cleaning

* Powdered detergent

* Sponge

* Paper towels

* Dish towels

* Dish cloth

* Kitchen cleanser

* Window cleaner

* Scouring pads

 

Kitchen

* Paper plates, cups, napkins

* Plastic knives, forks, spoons

* Small saucepan

* Serving spoons

* Aluminum foil

 

Snacks

* Easy-to-open cans of pudding

* Dry soup mix

* Sandwich spreads

* Jars of cheese

* Package of crackers

* Boxes of dry cereals

* Instant coffee, tea, chocolate

* Instant creamer, sugar, salt

 

Bathroom

* Towels and face cloths

* Toilet tissue

* Facial tissue

* Soap, hand lotion, deodorant

* Toothbrushes and toothpaste

 

Miscellaneous

* Reading materials

* Puzzles

* Last-Minute Packing

* Cellular telephone

* Light bulbs

* Flashlight

* Hammer, screwdriver, pliers, assorted nails and screws

* Shelf paper

* Trash bags and ties

 

Children

* Coloring books and crayons

* A favorite toy or two

 

Check contents of drawers. Remove all things that can spill or break. Soft goods such as blankets, pillows, blouses, shirts and lingerie may be left in drawers. Pin clothing to hangers if it is to be moved in wardrobe cartons to keep it from slipping off. Remove items left in the attic or other storage areas. Empty the refrigerator and freezer so they can dry at least 24 hours before moving. Be careful not to overlook the defrost water pan. Failure to have the appliances completely dry can lead to mildew and unpleasant odor.

 

Be sure the water is emptied from your steam iron. Launder all soiled clothing prior to the day the appliance service technician is expected. Take the telephone directory with you for contacting former doctors, dentists, suppliers, etc., and for preparing holiday card lists. Pack suitcases for the trip to the new home. Put in extra clothing for emergencies. Consider packing a picnic lunch to eat while traveling. Take along snacks such as fruit and cookies for the children. Include towels for a quick cleanup. Arrange for a baby-sitter for moving day, or have older children look after the younger ones.

Moving Day

Loading Your Belongings

* Be on hand when the movers arrive. Otherwise, it is important to let the mover know to whom you have given authority to take your place. Be sure this person knows exactly what to do. Remember the person may be asked to sign documents obligating you to charges.

 

* Accompany the van operator through the house inspecting and tagging each piece of furniture with an identifying number. These numbers, along with a description of your goods and their condition at the time of loading, will appear on the inventory.

 

* Be sure the condition of each item is recorded and the van operator has a clear understanding about what is to be loaded last. It is your responsibility to see that all of your goods are loaded, so remain on the premises until loading is completed. After making a final tour of the house to be sure no items have been overlooked, check and sign the inventory. Get your copy and keep it in a safe place.

 

* Check to see the van operator has the exact destination address. Be specific as to where and how you can be reached pending the arrival of your household goods.

 

* Leave the phone connected throughout the moving day. Leave a note listing your new address in a conspicuous place in the house so the new occupants will be able to forward any of your mail inadvertently delivered to them.

 

Take a last look around

* Water shut off?

* Gas shut off?

* Air-conditioning shut off?

* Light switches turned off?

* All utilities arranged for disconnection?

* Windows shut and locked?

* Have you left anything?

* Lock the house and leave the keys with a responsible person or in a prearranged location.

 

At Your Destination

* Contact the destination mover whose name appears on the forms signed as soon as possible and indicate where and how you can be reached.

 

* Make sure the house is ready for occupancy before the van arrives. If you have not already done so, contact the utility companies and make necessary arrangements for service. Ask if any of them provides free appliance connection service.

 

* Be on hand to accept delivery of your household goods. Otherwise authorize an adult as your representative to accept delivery and pay the charges for you. Inform the mover of the person so authorized. On the day of delivery, the van operator will attempt to contact you by phone and make an appearance at the residence if unable to reach you. If no one appears to accept the shipment within the free waiting time, the goods will be placed in storage at the owner's expense.

 

* Check your household goods, as they are unloaded. If there is a change in the condition of the property from that noted on the inventory at the time of loading or if any items are missing, note any damage and/or missing items on the van operator's copy of the inventory sheet. By signing the inventory sheet, you are acknowledging receipt of all items listed. Personally report any loss or damage to the moving company agent at destination immediately. (You must file the claim yourself; the van operator cannot do it for you.)

 

* To save time and confusion, place a floor plan of your new home at the entrance the movers will use, indicating where each piece of furniture should go.

 

* When unloading, each piece of furniture will be placed as you direct, including the lying of rugs and setting up of bed frames, box springs and mattresses. However, appliances and fixtures may not be installed. At your request and additional cost, the agent may arrange for this service and for refilling of waterbed mattresses.

 

* To prevent possible damage, television sets, other electronic equipment, and certain major appliances should not be used for 24 hours after delivery, allowing them time to adjust to room temperature. If you have paid for unpacking, you are entitled to unpacking service and removal of the cartons.

Getting Settled

* If you have not already done so, contact the utility companies and make necessary arrangements for service. Ask if any of them provides free appliance connection service.

 

* Make arrangements for reinstallation of appliances.

 

* Keep all documents pertaining to your move in a safe place. You will need them for verification of moving expenses and for filing your income tax returns. For more information on tax-deductible moving expenses, consult an Accountant or Tax specialist.

 

* Check with the post office for any mail being held and ask for delivery to start.

 

* Have your medical and dental records transferred after selecting a family physician and dentist.

 

* You may want to select a Lawyer discuss laws pertaining to your destination state, county and/or city. Be sure to cover such matters as wills, transfers of property and investments, insurance regulations, inheritance laws, taxes and the like. Most laws affect a family as soon as residence in the new state and city is established. Register to vote.

 

* Locate the selected schools. Take the children, introduce yourself and register them.

 

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