Now hiring an unlicensed real estate assistant

(May 20, 2018, posted in Market Minute)

Sick of bosses that don’t treat you right? Want to be paid what you’re worth and work for someone that appreciates you? I’m Tony Browton, an award-winning Sunshine Coast Realtor, and I’m looking to hire an assistant. My hope is that you want a career in real estate and would like to eventually become a Realtor yourself.

This is a one-year contract with the potential to become an ongoing, long-term... read more.

Market Minute - May 2018

(May 10, 2018, posted in Market Minute)

In its May news release, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reported that residential property sales across the region were 22.5 per cent below the 10-year April sales average. 

Compared to March, April on the Sunshine Coast saw more detached homes on the market but fewer sales. While it appears interest in detached homes cooled slightly, I’ve seen increased demand in low maintenance townhom... read more.

EagleView Heights public hearing

(May 06, 2018, posted in About the Sunshine Coast)

Tell the town you support this project

If you're unable to attend the hearing this Wednesday evening, please email the Town of Gibsons and let it know you support this development. Write your email or use the example below. 

Emails should be sent to this address:

Dear Mayor and Council,

I very much support the application to rezone the EagleView Height site to allow the 87 suites... read more.

Playing pickleball on BC's Sunshine Coast

(May 02, 2018, posted in About the Sunshine Coast)

Pickleball was invented in the 1960’s just south of us in Washington state and blends elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. The game was originally designed for children but has since become a popular, growing sport for all ages.

Pickleball is played by two or four players using paddles made of wood or composite materials. The goal is to hit a ball that’s similar to a wiffle ball over a net... read more.

Buying rental property on BC's Sunshine Coast

(April 24, 2018, posted in Investment Insights)

Much like Vancouver, there’s a housing crisis on the Sunshine Coast. If you’ve ever considered investing in residential real estate, this could be the ideal time and the ideal market in which to take action.

Renters on the Sunshine Coast are desperately looking for long-term rental properties to call home. As an investor, you’ll be rewarded with stable, hardworking equity-building tenants that will... read more.