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in 2013 one of our clients purchased a unit in a highrise  in Coquitlam before the skytrain was built  for $500K CAD. Now we just sold it for her on Febrery 25th 2018 For $45K CAD over asking price with $345K CAD return.

 

As you know in most cases, real estate can be the best place to invest your equity. In this very case our clients profited $345,000 in less than 5 years.

 

Call Fazi PhD for a free evaluation of your home and in our listring presentation we will be more than happy to share with you how we sold our clients home $45K over asking price.

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