Alabaster Homes is a real estate development company specializing in multi-family residential projects in Vancouver, BC. With close attention to detail and commitment to the highest standard of quality, Alabaster is building a new tradition of classic homes.
Alabaster Homes was founded in 2014 by a group of experienced real estate developers who had a vision to bring a new level of design, craftsmanship, and service to the industry. The partners have over 40 years of experience building residential real estate projects in Metro Vancouver.
Alabaster Homes’ projects currently do not include rental properties.
Alabaster Homes’ projects currently do not include commercial properties.
Our Sales representatives are available Monday through Friday between 9am to 5pm and can be reached at 604 558 5848 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Alabaster’s projects are located throughout Metro Vancouver. For the most updated information on our projects, please visit our Residences page.
Please contact one of our Sales representatives by calling 604 558 5848 or emailing email@example.com to set up your private appointment.
Our Homeowner Care representatives are available Monday through Friday between 9am to 5pm and can be reached at 604 558 5849 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Strata Lot or strata unit is a form of real property ownership that has two distinct parts: you own your legal strata lot to which you get land title, and you also jointly own common property with the other unit owners in your complex.
The owners of the strata lots are the members of the strata corporation. It is a legal entity with all the powers of a natural persona who has full capacity. This means that it can sue others, be sued by others, enter into contracts with others and hire employees.
The strata council is comprised of a number of owners (or their representatives). The provincial Strata Property Act states that the strata council’s role is to “exercise the powers and perform the duties of the strata corporation, including enforcement of bylaws and rules”. The strata council’s role is to act as the managing body of the strata corporation; make daily decisions that enable smooth operation, and operate within any restrictions created by the Strata Property Act, Regulations, bylaws, or a majority vote of the owners.
The property manager is your best contact for the overall building operations, including move-in appointments.