Referred Movers

Jiffy Move


Let Us Move
Bryan Way: 778-889-5518
Above 2 companies recommended by Owners/Realtors of Keller Williams VanCentral


Greenwood Movers
One of the owners of my brokerage recommends this group.
"Well priced and great service 604-512-5180 I've recommended them dozens of time and everyone loves them"  

Smart Choice Moving
* a Korean moving company that my one of my clients used. Hard workers but movers may not speak English very well however owner of company can communicate well. Highly recommended in the Korean community.  

E-Z Moves
(778) 317-8484
Recommended by our colleague Karnvir Tumber
“They’ve done a few of my moves, priced well”  

Frank Moving Company
Recommended by my colleague Gary Dhaliwal
“been using him for 13 years”  

Tiger Mover
(604) 838-8250
Recommended by our colleague Vijay Singh
“his name is Tiger and he is a very good mover”  

Honest Moving
Contact: ADA
Mobile: 604-783-1889
*Used by client C.W. when he moved from Vancouver to Richmond.
Per C.W.: They have tiered options. Larger the vehicle higher the cost. Small move should be minimal. They were great. Used them twice. Guys work hard and non stop.


Referred Lawyers in Greater Vancouver

Keith Barron
Associate Counsel
Clark Woods LLP

P: 604.330.1777
F: 1.888.819.2933

Second Floor
946 Brunette Avenue
Coquitlam, BC, V3K 1C9


Edwin Chan
Edwin Chan Law Corporation

MetroTower 2
26th Floor – 4720 Kingsway
Burnaby, BC V5H 4N2

Phone: (778) 374-1736
Fax: (778) 331-3898

his office is in Metro town. Very approachable and knowledgeable
* several clients have used Edwin Chan. I often call him for questions.


Drysdale Bacon McStravick LLP

Telephone: 604-939-8321
Fax: 604-939-7584
Real Estate Fax: 604-939-8340

300 – 1055 W Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 2E9

211 – 1015 Austin Ave.
Coquitlam, BC V3K 3N9


Garton & Harris
1542 Prairie Ave, Port Coquitlam, BC V3B 1T4
o. 468-8900

* Garton & Harris has completed the files of many Realtors at my brokerage.


Spagnuolo & Company Lawyers
#300-906 Roderick Avenue
Coquitlam, BC V3K 1R1

Tel. 604-527-4242
Fax: 604-527-8976
* several clients have used Spagnuolo


Thershan Nainaar
Collingwood Law Office
260-3631 No. 3 Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 2B9

D: 778-945-0145


Referred Lawyers in Fraser Valley

Sandeep Gill
Keystone Law Group
Fraser Valley – Surrey
Real Estate
Estate Planning
Personal Injury 
Phone. (604) 593-3903
Fax. 604 593 3904 

100 – 15129 100 Avenue
Surrey V3R 9P4
* a couple of Solutions clients have used Sandeep.

Vin Chahal
Phone: 604-543-3886

208-7110 120 St., Surrey, BC
-speaks Hindi & Punjabi
* John Kemp's clients have worked with Vin

Jason Sandu
Phone: 604.580.7020

offices in both Surry and Langley (not sure which one Jason works in)
*referred by colleague, Keller Williams agent, Vijay Singh

Randal Dhaliwal
Phone: 604-631-6472

office is in Surrey
*referred by colleague, Keller Williams agent, Vijay Singh


Referred Home Inspectors

Paul Sew
Acme Home Inspections
(778) 233-8246
* Paul has plenty of Google Reviews and has provided thourough inspections for several clients with Solutions Real Estate Group

Ali Javaheri
Zinc Inspections
* Ali has a background in construction and home renovations.
* Alil has plenty of Google Reviews and has provided thourough inspections for several clients with Solutions Real Estate Group

David Fairbairn
Fairbairn Inspection Services

* David has plenty of Google Reviews and has provided thourough inspections for several clients with Solutions Real Estate Group
He is often very busy, but if you can book him great!  

Tom Monroe
Munro Home Inspections
I have never used him because he’s so busy. But many of my colleagues have used him and I have attended his Inspection for Realtors seminars

Neil Chaube
604 Inspections
* Neil has plenty of Google Reviews and has provided thourough inspections for several clients with Solutions Real Estate Group

Beni Bennett & Ryan Kadow
Northwood Home Inspections
*my past clients have used Beni & Ryan previously.
-Plenty of google reviews
-offers a lot of warranties
..outside warr1 days after possession (extra bonus)


Referred Mortgage Lenders

Craig Woodward
Mortgage Professional
Dominion Lending Centres, Producers West Financial
Phone: 778-882-1354
Fax: 604-881-4352

#105 - 20171 92A Ave
Langley City, BC
V1M 3A5  

Andy Wai
Mortgage Broker
T. (778) 323-9449

A. 1665 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC, V5N 2S2

Angela Calla Mortgage Team
Dominion Lending Centres
Cell: 604-802-3983 

1465 Salisbury Ave Unit 130
Port Coquitlam, BC V3B 6J3

Jessica Kuan
Partner | Residential Mortgage Broker
Signature Mortgages 
-A Division of Clear Trust Mortgages
Tel: 778.990.7422 
* has partners that are fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese. 

600-1200 West 73rd Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6P 6G5

Nick & Evangeline
Alltrust Mortgage Solutions
778-233-2294  Nick Shlyakhov
604-761-8212  Evangeline Villanueva

* has connections that are fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese


Referred Home Insurance Providers

Ashley Lewthwaite
Licensed Insurance Broker
Johnston Meier Insurance & Realty Ltd.
Tel: 604-942-7214 x64121
Fax: 604-942-2639

202-3387 David Ave, Coquitlam BC V3E 0K4


Manjit Biring
Mobile (604) 828-6211
Work (604) 695-7678

104-2331 Marpole Ave
Port Coquitlam, BC V3C2A1


Aida Naghizadeh

One Stop Insurance
Mobile (604) 710-7111  


Hub Insurance

Tel: 604-269-1200
Sharmin 604-269-1724


CMW Capri 



Navigating the 2024 BC Real Estate Landscape Changes

The recent 2024 BC Budget has unveiled crucial adjustments aimed at fostering housing affordability and curbing speculative buying in the real estate market. This detailed guide explores these significant changes and their implications for buyers and real estate professionals alike.

Key Highlights from the 2024 BC Budget

  1. Expansion of First-Time Homebuyer's Program: In an effort to support more first-time buyers, the exemption threshold for the first-time homebuyer’s program has been increased from $500,000 to $835,000. This move will allow a greater number of new entrants in the housing market to avoid the property transfer tax on the first $500,000 of their home purchase, significantly reducing their upfront costs​ (​ .

  2. Introduction of the Home Flipping Tax: Starting January 2025, the BC government will implement a new tax on profits made from properties resold within two years of purchase. This initiative aims to discourage short-term property speculation and help stabilize the housing market. It’s estimated that approximately 4,000 properties will be affected by this tax annually, which will fund further housing programs​ (​ .

  3. Stricter Oversight for Real Estate Transactions: Amendments are being made to enhance the oversight of the real estate and financial sectors. These changes are expected to consolidate various regulatory functions under a single authority, promoting greater transparency and efficiency in real estate transactions​ (​ .

Additional Perspectives and Reactions

The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) has also voiced opinions on these new measures, particularly focusing on the potential impacts of the home flipping tax on market dynamics. They highlight that while the tax is aimed at curbing speculation, it is essential to monitor its long-term effects on the housing supply and market activity. For more in-depth analysis, you can read their commentary here.


The 2024 changes to the BC real estate regulations mark a significant step towards creating a more stable and accessible housing market. These initiatives are designed to benefit genuine homebuyers and ensure that the real estate market serves the housing needs of British Columbians first and foremost.

As we watch these new policies take effect, it will be crucial for all market participants to stay informed and adaptable to navigate this evolving landscape successfully.


Navigating the New Terrain: Capital Gains Tax Changes in Canada's 2024 Federal Budget

As Canadians brace for changes proposed in the 2024 federal budget, a significant overhaul in the capital gains tax structure could have widespread implications for both individual investors and corporate entities. This article explores these proposed changes, offering insights into how they might affect your financial strategies.

The Current Capital Gains Tax Landscape

The existing tax regime taxes 50% of your capital gains, meaning only half of the profit you make from selling assets like stocks or real estate is subject to income tax.

Proposed Changes in the 2024 Budget

The most notable adjustment in the proposed budget is the increase of the taxable portion of capital gains from 50% to 66.67% for:

  • Individuals on gains exceeding $250,000.

  • All gains realized by corporations and trusts.

This shift aims to realign Canada's tax policy with its international counterparts and address income inequality.

Impact on Individual Investors

For individual investors, this change means a potential increase in tax liabilities on high-value transactions. It could alter investment strategies, particularly in real estate and stock market portfolios.

Strategic Adjustments for Corporations

Corporations, often dealing with larger asset bases, might need to rethink asset management and divestment strategies to mitigate tax burdens.

Analysis and Predictions

Experts suggest that this policy could lead to more cautious investment behavior in the short term. However, the long-term view remains optimistic as the market adjusts to the new tax structure.


The proposed capital gains tax increase in Canada's 2024 federal budget marks a significant shift in fiscal policy. While it presents challenges, particularly for high-net-worth individuals and corporations, it also aligns Canada more closely with global tax standards. Investors are advised to consult with financial advisors to understand better how these changes might affect their investment decisions.

For a comprehensive understanding, read the full coverage on RBC's website: Federal Budget 2024: Capital Gains Tax Changes.


I have sold a property at 39 21535 88 AVE in Langley

I have sold a property at 39 21535 88 AVE in Langley on Apr 14, 2024. See details here

This Extraordinary END unit is a rare Walnut Grove gem, the only DUPLEX-style Townhome in Redwood Lane! Boasts 3 BEDS, 3 BATH, Gas Stove & 1,650 square feet of dream space for your family. The Spacious Open Living/Dining area w/ 9’ ceilings & 18' EXTRA WIDE Living Room provides comfort & an inviting atmosphere standing out from most newly built townhomes which are far too narrow in comparison. Two outstanding outdoor spaces! Enjoy morning coffee on your balcony or host BBQs in your private tree-fenced yard with a patio perfect for entertaining. Updates include stunning primary bedroom w/ wall to wall california-style closets, pot lighting & ensuite bath w/ extended powder nook. The upper level is upgraded with vinyl plank floors while the main shines w/ new potlights, fixtures & feature wall. Large double tandem garage offers ample storage & option for private work/hobby area. Street parking is also available! Central to schools, groceries, shops, golf, recreation & freeway access.

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