Vancouver Real Estate – Neighbors Can Be A Howl

Move Out Move In

Photo Courtesy of Wily E Coyote at 51st and Ontario

Photo Courtesy of Wily E Coyote at 51st and Ontario

Photo Courtesy of Wily E Coyote at 51st and Ontario

When neighbors leave there is always an adjustment period while the news ones move in. With time, you discover if there are unpleasant surprises.

Different Values

Sometimes, meeting new neighbors is not always a pleasant experience. Their approach to life and social courtesy can be quite different and depending on your personal perspective can be disconcerting. Neighbors like these create havoc upsetting community ambience and generally are not welcome.

Fitting In

This neighbor likes his new home. Out for a walk he surveyed the land thinking the benefits of this community suited him just fine. First he thought it a bit strange that everyone was staring at him, some took pictures. Not unaccustomed to stares, he realized that no harm would come his way and so, his walk he continued.

This neighbor’s new home, is just a jump to Langara College. There he can count on cast off benefits from the cafeteria. Overall it is a pleasant place. His new neighborhood has tidy streets, a YWCA, forested walking trails, golf and many inattentive neighbors with small cats and dogs.

I’m always happy to answer your Vancouver Real Estate question? Call or send me an email Twitter or Skype me at YatterMatters.

Larry

*Disclaimer: Statistics Courtesy REBGV. While believed to be accurate they are not guaranteed. **Numbers provided may vary as they are dynamically posted by the REBGV.

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*Disclaimer: Statistics Courtesy REBGV. While believed to be accurate they are not guaranteed.
**Numbers provided may vary as they are dynamically posted by the REBGV.

Reader Comments:

mila Says:
October 21st, 2008 at 9:15 pm

I live in this neigborhood and I love it. We are aware that cayotes leave on the golf course. We, the people are the uninvited intruders and we are very fortunate to be able to afford the leftovers for those from whom we took away the very means of survival – their land. My dogs,cats, and small kid are all tought to respect the others. We not going to change the way we live, but we can learn to get along. Keep your dogs on a leash, hold your kids hands when walking around Langara.. and bring your camera. You just never know.

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