Stratas in BC come in all types, sizes and flavors. They include condos, townhouses, duplexes, bareland strata and full strata consisting of single detached homes. Strata properties are a popular housing choice in BC due to affordability, security and added amenities. Below are links that will help you understand the basics of strata living.

Understanding  Strata

What's all involved?

Strata properties can be complex. We’ve got you covered. We have compiled a list of things you need to know about owning strata property to help you make an informed decision.

Pros & Cons to strata living

Is strata for me?

Strata's can be an ideal arrangement for many single family owners. While it offers a great lifestyle, it may not suit  everyone. Below we compiled a list of pro's & con's to strata living. 

Documents you need to review

What am I buying?

No two strata's are alike. Two complexes may look identical in appearance, but have considerable differences. It is important to for you to know exactly what you are buying.

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A thorough strata document review can help you make an informed decision by ensuring you understand the documents including potential risks or red flag items.

Time to View Some Strata Listings

What's all on the market?

Now its time to find your new home. Whether you're looking for a townhouse, condo or duplex, here you will find a map with interactive markers and areas to help you locate your dream home .

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