Greater Vancouver Real Estate Blog
Sales in March 2017 fare better than February with a 47.6% increase.
The new monthly update brought by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver showcases a significant drop in sales in March 2017 when ...Read More
Maple Ridge – The Perfect Mix between Beauty and Serenity.
If you want to live in a setting, which feels like it is right out of a photograph, Maple Ridge is the place for you. It has the most beautiful ...Read More
Decreased Supply in Metro Vancouver Homes limits Buyers.
The second month of 2017 has brought in a wave of disappointing news. According to the figures, the number of residential home sales in ...Read More
The Gift by Liberals – The B.C Budget 2017 provides for a 50% cut in MSP premiums and other benefits.
The BC Finance minister, Michael de Jong delivered a pre-election balanced budget which has been termed as the “People’s Budget”. ...Read More
How Hiring a Reputed Property Agent can prove to be beneficial?
Undoubtedly, buying and selling property is not a child’s play. Despite the complexities, some people still may think about making the real ...Read More
Wall Financial Corporation closes deal on Binning Towers
It has turned out to be an exceptionally profitable second quarter for Wall Financial Corporation, which soared to 711%, which amounts to more than ...Read More
Vancouver based investment firms join hands to counter housing affordability issue.
Due to the affordability-housing crisis in Vancouver, two of the biggest Investment Funds have announced their agreement to tackle the issue at hand....Read More
7 Reasons Why Buying and Selling Property Online is Better
Traditionally buying or selling houses, buildings, and real estate’s were dependent upon agents. But now, no more! Indeed that was back in ...Read More
Airbnb Eats into Rental Housing Sector in Vancouver,BC
The City Of Vancouver is still recovering from the introduction from many acts, taxes and increases when Airbnb has upped the ante by offering new ...Read More
Blue-Collar Immigrants Affected by Foreign-Buyer Tax
Source: Biv.com The real estate sector of the Fraser Valley is doubtful about British Columbia’s foreign buyer tax that can possibly dissuade ...Read More
Vancouver Witnessed Biggest Building Permit Drop in the Country
Source: Wikipedia According to information released by Statistics Canada in August 2016, Vancouver is facing the steepest decline across the country ...Read More
Vancouver observes a 47% increase in older rental units.
According to a survey conducted by Mark and David Goodman of HQ Commercial, it has been observed that an average per-suite purchase cost of a old ...Read More