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  • Economic and population growth are on the minds of both of the Langley Mayors’ – Peter Fassbender (Langley City) and Rick Green (Langley Township).  All of Langley is expected to have huge population growth spurts in the next coming decades which will be propelled by a housing boom, more businesses and improved public transportation.

    The Township of Langley is about 104,000 and is growing every year.  Most of the growth in the near future in Langley Township will be led by the Willoughby area which consists of the area from 196th to 216th we…

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  • Surrey Center’s Real Estate and Business Boom:
    Tons of jobs and residents are expected to pour into the once derelict Surrey centre area (aka Whalley) due to the new developments such as the new central city tower, SFU campus, re-vamped mall and Concord Pacific towers among others.

    As reported by Business in Vancouver, Surrey’s economic trajectory looks promising and is expected to continue to attract businesses and residents at a rapid rate.  It makes sense that many businesses are moving to the newly fixed up area – lease rates and pr…

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  • With two major developments underway in the Highway 15 corridor, the City of Surrey is now seeking for a partner to move forward with a third development, one that will impact Old Cloverdale in the most profound way. With existing venues at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in a decaying state (http://www.cloverdalerodeo.com/), the City of Surrey is seeking a partner to help build a 10,000 seat sporting and events centre. The Cloverdale Fairgrounds, owned by the City of Surrey, currently host Canada’s second largest rodeo, and lease the Fraser Downs…

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  • Kevin Falcon is currently MLA of Surrey-Cloverdale and has been for almost a decade.  Furthermore, his involvement in the community is extensive.  He has robust support from young British Columbians and citizens throughout BC.  Additionally, those from the real estate and development industry are working hard to help Kevin in his campaign for he knows and understands the industry very well.  See this video of Ryan Beedie (Owner of The Beedie Group) endorsing Falcon here: Ryan Beedie for Kevin Falcon on Youtube

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  • Metro Vancouver’s 2040 Regional Residential Growth Projections – Metro 2040 provides goals and strategies intended to shape growth toward a sustainable region, please follow this link to the full report outlining growth projections for all municipalities in Greater Vancouver –

    Metro Vancouver’s Projected Residential Growth Report…

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  • As outlined in Translinks 2010 Capital Project Proposal (http://bit.ly/hLLHaE), construction of a tunnel has begun which will run underneath Highway 1 allowing 202nd Street to connect on both sides. The intention is to provide a direct connection to the transit exchange in order to maximize the efficiency of bus services and reduce transit passenger times. As outlined in the Langley Advance (http://bit.ly/e3hiLJ), the tunnel serve will serve two purposes:

    It will allow buses coming from the Park and Ride in Willoughby to access the freeway di…

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  • February 2011 | Rymar Business Centre

    As of February 1st, the last three existing units were sold. After successfully completing the first two phases of the Rymar Business Centre, we are happy to announce the commencement of construction on the third phase. Building E, will be a 19,560 square foot industrial strata building currently priced at $165 per square foot. Bay sizes will range from 2,070 to 3,000 square feet. With the plans in place, completion is projected for July 2011. For more information, pricing and building renderings please follow the link to our listings – http://…

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  • February 2011 | Brickyard Station

     

    Anthem moves forward with Highway 10 site:

    Anthem Properties, a local Vancouver developer with projects throughout British Columbia and Alberta, is moving forward with their plans to develop the 10.4 acre site located on the North West corner of Highway 10 and Highway 15. The comprehensive zoning Anthem is seeking is for a mixed use development which will include retail, office and industrial. Currently, the rezoning and development permits are heading to a fourth reading. As of now, Anthem is only moving forward with plans for the retail …

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  • January 2011 | New Mortgage Rules

    On Monday, the Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced three substantial amendments to the regulation that surrounds mortgage lending in Canada. The intention of these policy changes is to control household debt levels, to stabilize the Canadian housing market and to suppress inflation without raising interest rates. The three major changes are as follows:

    The maximum amortization period for all insured mortgages was changed from 35 to 30 years;
    The Government of Canada will no longer back Homeowner Equity Lines of Credit;
    The maxim…

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  • January 2011 | Target Enters Canada

    U.S. mega retailer, Target, announced last week that it is entering the Canadian retail market. It has been rumoured since early 2010 that Target was expanding to Canada, but no one expected such a bold move. The clever deal is structured as follows. Target pays the Hudson Bay Corporation, fully owned by New York businessman Richard Baker, $1.8 billion for the option to take over up to 220 of Zeller’s existing leases. The deal does not include any inventory or staff, solely the option to take over the lease. This solves two problems, it allow…

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  • January 2011 | Cloverdale Mall

    Formerly home to Safeway, the Cloverdale mall has long been considered an eye sore located in the centre of Old Cloverdale. With intentions of revitalizing the Old Cloverdale, the City of Surrey Development Corporation has come forth with plans to redevelop the 6.3 acre site. Established in 2007 the City of Surrey Development Corporation is a fully owned subsidiary of the City of Surrey mandated to initiate and catalyze positive real estate development (http://www.surreycitydevelopment.com/). The Development Corporation has recently been the ce…

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  • The Roberts Bank Rail Corridor is an essential 70 kilometre stretch which crosses multiple municipalities and eventually connects Canada’s largest container facility, the Delta Superport, to the North American rail network. The twin-terminal facility was recently upgraded and is forecasted to support up to 29 million tonnes of cargo per annum (TSI: Deltaport). In response to this rapid expansion, the local municipalities of Metro Vancouver created the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor Program to mitigate concerns from local communities impacted by s…

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  • Frontline Real Estate Services was featured in this week’s Business in Vancouver, check out the article here:

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  • September 2010 | A New Look

    We have updated our brand with the help of marketing guru Braun Allison Inc. to better suit the image and performance of our company….

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  • Frontline Real Estate Services is pleased to announce that we have relocated our office from Downtown Vancouver to Surrey to better serve our clients.  Our new address is #201 – 17728 66th Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3S 7X1….

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  • February 2010 | Corporate Brochure

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