Final Release Of Homes At Evolve!

Time’s running out if you want to purchase a brand new home in one of Surrey’s most innovative highrise residences. Located just steps from SkyTrain, Central City Shopping Mall and Simon Fraser University, Evolve’s final release of homes is now selling… and offering some incredible discounts as well. Translation: this is your opportunity to save as much as $30,000 on Evolve’s already attractive pricing.

Evolve’s presentation centre and three display homes are open noon to 5 p.m. daily except Fridays at the corner of 133A Street and 104th Avenue in Surrey. For more information visit or call 604.497.0102.

The next 40 buyers live mortgage free for the first 2 years!

Now you can live mortgage free at Evolve while the developer makes your mortgage payments for two full years!
That’s right, at Evolve you won’t have a mortgage payment for your first 2 full years…
imagine what you could do with that extra money!


Only the next 40 Buyers will get to live mortgage free until 2020!
Call our Evolve Representatives or come by our Presentation Centre for all the details…

but don’t wait, the Live Mortgage Free offer is available only for a limited time!

Evolve construction will complete in 2018 and with the developer paying your mortgage payments for the following two full years, you won’t make a mortgage payment until 2020!

Visit us at our Presentation Centre (13328 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC) for more information. Or call 604.497.0102. We’re open every day, except Fridays, between noon and 5pm.

Five Game-Changing Technologies for Home Buyers and Sellers

With new technologies emerging at an unrelenting pace, real estate is seeing truly disruptive ideas that could soon make buying or selling a home a very different experience than before. Over the past few months, has been attending real estate technology events and talking to the experts to get the consensus on what’s truly shaking the industry up, whether it’s for consumers, Realtors or developers.

Here, we take a look at the emerging technologies that are transforming – or could soon transform – the consumer experience for buyers and sellers.

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Would you like a car with that condo? Surrey developer offers cash or car with home

Buying real estate in Metro Vancouver is becoming more difficult as costs soar, but one Surrey condo developer is offering a tempting incentive.

Evolve Condominiums is offering either a storage locker full of $10,000 cash or a new Nissan Micra for 20 homebuyers.

Kiran Rai, marketing director at Macdonald Realty Platinum Project Marketing, said about 35 per cent of the allotted homes in the offer have been sold and most people have chosen the money over the car, also valued at about $10,000.

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Condo developer offers car or “storage locker full of cash” as incentive, sells 300 in 3 hours

Remember THIS POST we made about Evolve in Surrey offering condos starting at $1/day? Or THIS ONE about their $93,900 units? Well they’ve got another surprise for prospective buyers of these Surrey units: each one comes with either a new car in your parking space or a storage locker full of cash. Whoa.

On their opening day they sold three hundred homes, with suites ranging from 316 to 1,294 square feet. Buyers included first-time homeowners, parents purchasing for children and a large number of investors and buyers from throughout Canada, the US and overseas.

Read the full story on Vancouver Is Awesome.

300 Homes Sold On Opening Day, Developer Includes Cash or Car

Surrey, B.C. – Three hundred homes worth in excess of $70-million dollars sold on opening day.

To follow up the success, WestStone Group, the developer of the 35-storey Evolve tower is introducing a special program and including a car in the purchaser’s parking stall or filling the purchaser’s storage locker with cash.

“Smart investors understand the impact on resale value and coupled with the reduction of rental income without storage or parking that this can equate to thousands of dollars in lost revenue”, says Bill Morrison, President of Macdonald Realty Platinum Project Marketing, “and that’s why every home at Evolve comes with parking and storage, and now that purchasers have the choice of including a car or cash when they buy at Evolve, we expect the response to be more intense than when we first opened”

Evolve’s suites range from 316 to 1,294 square feet and buyers included first-time homeowners, parents purchasing for children and a large number of investors and buyers from throughout Canada, the US and overseas.

Evolve is the second of six towers to be built in the West Village by WestStone Group, and part of the largest piece of connected development land in Surrey worth more that one billion dollars in real estate — Over the next seven years, 2,800 homes will be constructed in West Village, connecting residents to the core of Surrey City Centre, offering easy access to transit, grocery stores, education institutions and a diverse mix of culture, arts, recreational facilities and parkland. Evolve’s expected occupancy is 2018.

For more information on how to cash in on this new deal, visit our Presentation Centre at 13328 104th Avenue, Surrey, BC or call us at 604 497 0102.

It’s official — Metro Vancouver is swept up in a real estate frenzy

It is no exaggeration to use an F-word to describe Vancouver’s current real estate scene. As in, the market is in a Frenzy.

Observers describe a perfect storm of forces coming together to create a tempestuous result: A 5.8-per-cent jobless rate in B.C., low interest rates, a devalued Canadian dollar attracting more foreign buyers, and panic over prices going even higher if buying is delayed. Even the particularly vicious winters of recent years in Eastern Canada may be having an impact.

Meanwhile, the Bank of Canada warned last Wednesday about the risk of correction in three Canadian property markets — Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary.

For the moment, few are heeding the caution. A press release sent out last week by WestStone Group, regarding its Evolve condominium project in Surrey, reported sales in a single day (April 11) of 300 condo units, worth $70 million.

Read the full story in the Vancouver Sun.

Micro life — Does size really matter?

After a lifetime of living large, there comes a time when one realizes that size — at least on the bricks and mortar front — really doesn’t matter.

And so you find yourself chatting with anyone who will listen about how, at some point, you might join the downsizers, trading stairs, vacuuming and never-ending maintenance for a cosy little flat and a simpler lifestyle.

Turns out that while you’re contemplating a smaller life as yours winds down so, too, is a much younger generation whose lives are just winding up.

In case you hadn’t noticed, micro living is the new yoga. Tiny houses. Float homes. Caravans. Laneway houses. Shipping containers. Yurts. Mobile homes.

And, of course, micro lofts, those closet-free, can’t-swing-a-cat, one-room condos that are the current darling of developers, and of earnest millennials, evidenced by the numbers of buyers and open chequebooks throughout the region at the mere sniff of new micro development.

Read the full story in the Vancouver Sun.

Buyers swarm to snap up suites in Surrey

Three hundred condos worth about $70 million sold in Surrey on Saturday as buyers swarmed Evolve sales centre in a frenzy for a chance to buy a suite.

Buyers stood in line for hours and grappled for position at the buying counter to pay as low as $93,900 for suites as small as 316 square feet, said Kiran Rai, marketing director for Platinum Project Marketing.

“It was fantastic,” said Rai. “We had tons of people lining up and had over 800 appointments booked for Saturday and about 2,000 people come through the sales centre.”

Read the full story in the Surrey Now.

CREA: Toronto and Vancouver fuel home price growth in Canada in March

In March, the average price for a home in Canada rose to $439,144, a 9.4 per cent increase over the same time last year according to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Removing the tight markets of Toronto and Vancouver, the numbers are far less dramatic: the average price shrinks by more than a $100,000 to $332,711, a slight 2.4 per cent increase over the previous year.

The MLS Home Price Index (HPI) for Canada rose 4.95 per cent year-over-year in March. According to CREA, the increase was the first boost of less than 5 per cent since May 2014 and the smallest overall gain since January 2014.

But once again, the priciest markets outdid Canada-wide growth. The GTA recorded a 7.85 per cent increase, the biggest surge of all the markets. It was followed closely by Greater Vancouver where the index rose 7.19 per cent.

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