I work with our developers from the time of a proposed land acquisition through to individual unit sales to residential purchasers and assist with development permitting, variance, municipal preliminary layout review requirements, subdivision, and stratification.
It is often true in real estate development that the profitability of a project is often determined at the time of raw land acquisition. We regularly review proposed projects when they are conditional raw land deals to identify future opportunity and risk for our clients.
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Understanding a Developer’s Disclosure Statement
When Homes Buyers enter a show suite for the first time, it can look very impressive and they are often shown marketing materials which can include th...
Wildfire Covenants: What Okanagan Home Owners Need to Know.
The Peachland Wildfire highlighted the importance of good urban planning and the use of Wildfire Covenants to reduce the danger posed by wildfires in ...
Real Estate Development: Preliminary Layout Review Letters
The filing of a subdivision plan in the Land Title Office cannot occur without the approval of an Approving Officer appointed by the local municipal a...