Whistler Real Estate

  1. Buyers

    Whistler & Pemberton Real Estate Listings

    This section includes information and real estate services for buying Whistler real estate and Pemberton real estate, BC Canada.

    For properties that I have listed for sale, please use My Real Estate Listings section.

    Complete Property Search

    As a Realtor and a member of the Whistler Listing System, I am privy  to some of the best properties before they are advertised. Simply fill out the Specific Property Search form and I'll get back to you ASAP with properties that meet your specific requirements.

    Property Reports & Statistics

    I provide you with free reports designed to help you in your search for information on purchasing the right home. The Reports & Statistics section contains useful real estate information such as Costs for Buyers, Information for Non-Residents, Sales per Quarter, and Sales by Month Written.

    Mortgage Information

    For current interest rates, on-line application, pre-approvals, and useful information on mortgages click on Mortgage Information.

    For Realtors

    If you have existing customers who would like to buy Whistler real estate or Pemberton real estate, I can help you. Visit For Realtors.

  2. Cathy Yohimas Testimonial

    Sally you are THE best! When I became your client Circa 1993 my crystal ball did not project out 26 years, to today! What a ride it’s been! You are an amazing person, friend and THE best realtor in my books! I am so fortunate to have met you! And, I look forward to many more annual “Sally Calendars” arriving every New Year in my new mailbox!

  3. What changes the Federal Budget might make to housing affordability?

    What changes the Federal Budget might make to housing affordability?

    Here are the details:

    1) First Time Home Buyer Incentive, as a way to help with housing affordability the government is earmarking $1.25 billion over three years for something it’s calling a "shared equity mortgage"
    The details are not confirmed yet, but it will be more like an almost interest-free loan, where the repayment plan doesn’t require any payback until years in the future. In order to qualify, an applicant must have a household income of less than $120,000.00 per year and be able to come up with a 5.00% downpayment – the minimum required for an insured mortgage through Canada Mortgage and Housing (CMHC)

    If the prospective buyer meets the conditions described above, under the program the CMHC would kick in up to 10.00% of the value of a newly built home, or 5.00% of the value of a resale home.
    Precise details of the program won’t come out until later in the fall. Not a program we can start offering yet.

    2) The government is also increasing the amount that a first-time buyer can withdraw from an RRSP, without penalty - $35,000.00 up from the current $25,000.00. Ottawa will also amend the RRSP withdrawal rules to help people who have been through family crises.

    Starting this year, Canadians who have seen their marriages or common law partnerships break down will be able to participate in the Home Buyer’s Plan, even if they don’t meet the technical requirement of being a first time buyer.

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    Eileen Craig, Independent Mortgage Professional
    DLC Sea to Sky Mortgages
    106-7015 Nesters Road, Whistler, B.C. V0N 1B7
    Direct: 604-698-8583 
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