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A couple weeks ago I blogged about Surrey's new Microcondo Balance featuring 290 square foot suites. So far the blog post has gotten nearly 750 visitors. It also landed me an interview with CTV News! Watch the entire "Does Size Matter" Surrey Microcondo Interview. 

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Could you settle into less than 300 square feet of living space if it meant brand new affordable housing close to all your favorite amenities?

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Small Condo = Small Cost

If you answered an honest "yes" then you may be in luck. Surrey developer Tien Sher is doing their best to bring Balance, Canada’s smallest condo development, to Surrey City Center. The micro development will quickly become a trendsetter in Surrey.

As one of Canada’s largest municipalities, investors expect to see Surrey's demand for real estate escalate as the city grows significantly in the next decade, creating an even greater need for smaller housing. The affordability and size of Balance may just be the solution for many price-sensitive and adventurous home buyers.  

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Did you know that according to recent statistics there are about 13,500 grow-op homes in BC? That's about 1 in every 137 homes.

Last week the Union of B.C. Municipalities gathered to discuss drug homes in British Columbia and the hardships buyers face when selecting a home for sale in BC.  

Currently there is no official method to determine if a home has been identified as a drug house in the past and no official process to remediate or bring the home back to current building and safety standards.

As shared in last week’s article in The Province many buyers are left to find out the fate of their home after they move in when the neighbors "kindly" disclose the information. Unfortunately by this time it’s too late. The new homeowners are often left

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