Hello, I'm Patrick O'Hanley!

Whether you are looking for a house, condo or townhouse in the Fraser Valley, my years of experience will ensure that you get exactly what you are looking for.

Using this website will allow you to stay on top of our current listings and will provide you with the resources you will need to find your dream home or sell an existing property. Feel free to use the information on our site as you see fit or to get in touch with us regarding any questions or concerns that you may have.

Buying and selling a home is one of the largest life decisions you will make and it can seem like an intimidating process. If you work with us we can streamline the process and save you time, money and stress.

What I do for you.

  • Behind The Scenes
  • Negotiating An Offer
  • Buyer Management
  • Listing Management
  • Marketing The New Listing
  • New Listings
  • Contacts
  • Comparative Market Analysis (Complimentary)
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Recent Blog Entries

Market updates with a little golf too.

Blog entry content goes here16 months ago, I started to play golf. My first game I scored a 119. I thought this was not bad, as the others in my foursome told me their first game was in the 130's. I think they were trying to spare my feelings of sucking.

After round after round, specifically 89 rounds, here are my stats:

1. Worst Score - 119
2. Best S...

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Dual Agency.

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  • Dual agency occurs when a brokerage is representing both buyer/tenant and seller/landlord in the same transaction. Since the brokerage has promised a duty of confidentiality, loyalty and full disclosure to both parties simultaneously, it is necessary to limit these duties in this situation, if both parties consent.If you...

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Bank of Canada interest rates.

The Bank of Canada held its key interest rate at a historically low 1% but hinted the rate could rise sooner than previously expected. "Some modest withdrawal of the present considerable monetary policy stimulus may become appropriate," said Governor Mark Carney in what was perceived as the clearest signal yet that interest rates will move higher...

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