Tuesday, November 20, 2007

White Rock Condominiums and Greater Vancouver's Realtors Blanket Drive

Pacific View at Five Corners White Rock Condominiums

Pacific View at Five Corners White Rock Condominium homes and residences are close enough to walk to the beach and to all local amenities.  No GST on these White Rock real estate condos either!It’s the best of all worlds. A stellar location in the heart of White Rock that’s walking distance to the beach, shopping, and parks – some of these two and three bedroom homes even have water views toward the Pacific Ocean at the Pacific View at Five Corners. For families, you’re adjacent to an elementary school. Suites at the Pacific View Five Corners White Rock estate condo homes are large – ranging from 1,106 to over 1,600 square feet. But best of all, these 36 condominiums are GST exempt. And with a starting price of $349,900, that translates to getting an extra bonus on an already great value. The White Rock Pacific View condominiums at Five Corners will be ready for move in February 28th. For more info and to priority register, call 604.538, 0983 or visit www.pacificviewliving.ca.


Join us this Saturday for the grand opening of Pacific View. Sales begin when the doors open at NOON! Pacific View White Rock is a collection of 36 two and three bedroom homes designed with large spacious open layouts ranging from 1,120 to over 1,600 square feet. With two buildings to choose from and a variety of floor plans, Pacific View is your opportunity to purchase an affordable home within White Rock’s Premier Location - 5 Corners. 5 Corners provides the best of all local amenities right outside your door step!

Opens Saturday November 24th
15233 Pacific Avenue, White Rock
Open 12-5PM daily, closed Fridays

Pacific View Sales Team
tel. 604.538.0983
email. info@pacificviewliving.ca
web. pacificviewliving.ca

Park Place White Rock Condominiums

Twenty Four unique and boutique condos in White Rock are now available at Park Place Condominiums that feature the most etravagant finsihes and rooftop decks.Now under construction, Park Place White Rock condos is a boutique collection of only 24 one and two bedroom condominiums, all with den. Sizes range from 800 to 1,079 square feet. There are six homes at White Rock Park Place condos on the main floor, each with a private patio. Above are two levels with seven homes each, and a fourth level featuring only four homes plus expansive rooftop patio with community garden, planter boxes and seating alcoves. Conveniently located a block from all the amenities of city centre and a flat, level walk to Semiahmoo Shopping Plaza. For more info about Park Place’s White Rock condos, visit www.parkplacewhiterock.com.

Thank you for your interest in Park Place, featuring 24 boutique residences in the heart of White Rock! As we continue to put the finalizing touches on our Park Place White Rock Presentation Suite, I am excited to let you know that Jon and Todd are now making appointments for prospective buyers to view the Park Place Suite.

As you already know, Park Place is ideally located within walking distance to a variety of shops and services off 18th Ave and 152nd street and minutes from the charming White Rock promenade. Plus, homeowners at Park Place can revel in the peace-of-mind knowing their home is backed by one of the most experienced builders in the country.

Please don't delay in contacting me for an appointment since there are only 24 residences and some homes have already been sold. My direct line for scheduling is 778-836-8955 (or page our realtors Jon or Todd at Homelife Benchmark 604-531-1111). I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Denise Gibala for Park Place Sales Team
778-836-8955 - www.parkplacewhiterock.com

Real Estate Realtors Embrance Annual Blanket Drive

Support the 13th Annual Greater Vancouver Realtors Care Blanket Drive by donating clothes, food and blankets between Nov 26 and Dec 3.Realtors are setting up their support to clothe and cover the homeless and help disadvantaged families in the Lower Mainland as the need increases both in and outside Vancouver’s larger urban communities. Members of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) and the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board (CADREB) have joined in the 13h Annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive that runs form November 26 to December 3 across the entire Lower Mainland.

Hanne Selby, past president of CADREB noted that the 2005 Homeless Count for Greater Vancouver showed that the number of homeless people in the South Fraser region alone grew by 133 per cent in three years. Last year, Realtors in Vancouver collected 3,365 bags of blankets, sleeping bags, tarps, winter coats, and warm clothing on behalf of over 30 local charities, ranging from Sea to Sky Community Services in Squamish to Mission Christmas Bureau and many in between.

“The Realtors Care Blanket Drive is now one of the largest, most important annual collections of warm clothing and bedding in the Lower Mainland,” says Brian Naphtali, President of REBGV. “In the Fraser Valley, this one-week event filled the shelves of Night-shift Street Ministries in Surrey with enough supplies to last them not only through Christmas, but April.”

You can support the 13th Annual Realtors Care Blanket Drive. Drop off your clean blankets, winter and/or waterproof coats and warm clothing (in particular for men but also for women and children), at participating real estate offices. Donations are distributed locally and for free. For a list of drop-off locations throughout the Lower Mainland, visit www.realtorscare.org or call the Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Chilliwack and District real estate boards.

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Concert Raises Hope For Downtown Easide Vancouver
A blues music fundraiser is being held to raise funds to continue a successful training program that helps unemployed residents of Vancouver’s downtown eastside find work. The Valentins Charity Fundraiser Concert and Dance is held at the Maritime Labour Centre, 1880 Triumph Street in Vancouver on February 9. A silent auction, door prizes and a 50/50 draw with net proceeds (ticket sales included) also goes to “Tradeworks,” a registered non-profit society since 1994 that is dedicated to providing unemployed downtown east side residents (youth at risk, women, men) with job and life stkills training and to assist them in finding and keeping employment. Two bands will perform: “Billy Dixon & the Soul Train Express” with the “Sisters of Soul”, plus “Barry Collins & The Epics.” For $25 advance tickets, call Russell at 604.781.5096 or Pathways Information Centre, 604.682.7353 or visit http://vtixonline.com/events/tra001. Tickets are $35 at the door. For further information, please contact Ray Yee at Tradeworks, phone 604.682.7353, extension 25.

Realtors Raise $57,000 for Community Services in Greater Vancouver
Realtors throughout the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver’s six geographical divisions rallied last year to help those less fortunate in their neighbourhoods. Collectively the respective divisions raised $57,551.48 in donations in 2007, and provided over 500 Thanksgiving meals to the homeless in Vancouver, as well as calculators to every 4th Grade student at Admiral Seymour Elementary in Vancouver East. “Our divisions are absolutely passionate about the charities they support. These overall figures serve to demonstrate the commitment Realtors have to improviing the quality of life in their own neighbourhoods,” says REBGV president Brian Naphtali. The funds from realtors in Vancouver includes: Burnaby/New Westminster/Tri Cities: raised over $3000, which was matched by TD Canada Trust. An additional $8,000 was raised for Childrens’ Wish Foundation Burnaby at the summer golf tournament. Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Realtors Division: This real estate division raised over $2,900 at their Christmas party, in addition to the $3,850 brought in at their annual golf tournament, the proceeds went to the Meadows Youth & Justice Advocacy Association. The Vista Hospice Society was also provided with a cheque for $300. They also provided all supplies and manpower to make 500 turkey dinners with all the trimmings at the 12th annual Thanksgiving dinner for homeless and homebound. Richmond/South Delta/Gulf Islands: Richmond Realtors and real estate agents raised $8,490 at their Christmas party for the Richmond Carefree Society. They also raised $,2900 at their golf tournament for the Richmond Cafefree Society and Delta Assist. South Delta real estate agents raised $7,966 for the Gateway Autism Foundation and the Delta Boys and Girls Club. The Westside Division of Realtors raised $6,863.02 through a silent auction, a 50/50 draw and generous realtor donations at their Christmas party to support BC Children’s Hopsital Realtors Care Endowment Fund for Genetics and Oncology. The North Shore/Sunshine Coast/Sea-to-Sky Realtor Division raised $2,557.46 which went to support the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation. Vancouver East Division of realtors in Vancouver raised $525 through an auction at the Admiral Seymour Elementary School in Strathcona for student contest winners at the annual school Christmas party hosted by the Vancouver East Division. This realtor division also provided $1,200 for the Admiral Seymour Elementary School essay-writing contest. As well, sales of REBGV’s Teldon Calendars raised $8,800 for the Convent House in Vancouver.

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