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Stephen Punwasi 18h
It looks like this person crossed the line twice. Anti-Chinese discrimination in Vancouver, from an anti-racism advocate of all people. 🤷‍♂️
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Dr. Sweet Maple Booty, Hon. D.Urbanics Aug 22
I’m hopeful that one day developers who piss and moan about the sordid state of the city will make a connection between it and how we sold boxes in the sky to the highest global bidders for more than a decade.
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John 🇨🇦 Aug 22
Just reduced... land assembly fail on Knight St 6108 Knight: Listed $1.28M 2018 Asking $1.988M Assessed $1,493,600 Purchased Mar 2017 $1.42M 6142 Knight: Listed $1.28M 2018 Asking $1.988M Assessed $1.509M Purchased Oct 2017 $1.38M
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Hutchyman 9h
This empty $38,888,000 condo is a vacation home...? “Taxes prompt sale of luxury condos in Downtown Vancouver." "Some of my clients never wanted to sell ... They bought it for like a vacation home."
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Dr. Sweet Maple Booty, Hon. D.Urbanics Aug 22
Imagine my surprise when I read an AHV member decry how "exclusionary zoning" bans people from living in parts of Vancouver. Bans. Unrelated question: Has anyone ever seen a ledger of AHV's sources of funding?
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BrettdrC®🇨🇦 | #Coopercommission | Aug 23
Traffic on the viaduct. 9:30am on a Friday. No construction. Where’s this traffic going to go?
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OpenHousing Aug 20
Metro Vancouver detached prices are showing sharp declines in August, with sellers slashing prices by as much as half to get out of the market.
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Mortimer Aug 21
Today's happy seller 3533 Point Grey Road, Vancouver Just sold for $10,000,000 2018 Assessed: $11,241,000 2017 Assessed: $12,853,000 Bought 1994 $1,235,000
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Dr. Sweet Maple Booty, Hon. D.Urbanics Aug 22
When being destitute, drug-addled and psychologically unable to make yourself whole isn't punishment enough, there's developer Michael Geller.
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Aaron Best Aug 22
$170,000 + LOSS.... $1,050,000, Tax Assess $1,215,000. 2016 SOLD $1,220,000.
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mtnbvan™ 🚨#CleanHouse of #VisionLegacy🔎💸 Aug 22
Subscribers: "The number of applications to rezone properties in Vancouver has doubled in the past decade and almost all of them have been approved, says a lawyer who specializes in land-use law." 1/
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This is VANCOLOUR Aug 21
🏘Steve Saretsky🏘 The Vancouver real estate wunderkind dishes on the market with incisive, no-frills analysis. He shares great market advice too! Full Episode👇 Apple: Spotify: Web:
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Dr. Sweet Maple Booty, Hon. D.Urbanics Aug 22
Replying to @swmaplebooty
Hmmm, "diversity", I remember that word being used before. A developer once told us Dunbar was becoming more diverse, and that was a good thing. Tell that to the people who have lived in Dunbar during this upswell in "diversity".
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Julia Longpre Aug 16
1896 Wesbrook again. Beautiful $8.38 million dollar home basically marketed as a teardown. This should be designated heritage IMHO. Anyone else sick of heritage only being pre 1950s?? 50s-80s buildings are also worthy of saving.
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theBreaker.news Aug 17
VIDEO: Fuerdai rolls-up in a convertible Mercedes-Benz to the lot near Vancouver city hall, parks in a disabled-only spot, and cranks China's national anthem, March of the Volunteers. Passenger smokes a joint.
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Mortimer Aug 23
And another foreclosure where the mortgage holder is Reliable Mortgages 2075 W 19TH AVENUE, Vancouver Bought 2011 $3,250,000 Now asking $4,400,000 2018 Assessed: $4,596,000 2017 Assessed: $4,902,000
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Stephen Punwasi Aug 22
Lost in the news: Canada's condo backed loonie is getting closer to reality. Bank of Canada started a pilot program to buy National Housing Act Mortgage-Backed Securities this week. mmm... levered interconnections and elevated risk. 😅
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Dr. Sweet Maple Booty, Hon. D.Urbanics 16h
I'm sure by now tweeps have asked themselves, If the has claimed that real estate price increases came from a healthy local economy, and the economy is still tops in the nation, why the shift by developers from condo builds to rental? Surely a coincidence.
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Bricks&Slaughter 16h
Walked right into the propeller blade 🔆 2737 134th Surrey, B.C. Listed at $3,580,000 Assessment $2,524,000 ( land ⏬ $287K ) So it’s 42% >assessment 😇 Last sale 08/05/17 $2,900,000 First offered 22/08/18 $3,588,000 1/x
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John 🇨🇦 Aug 23
Richmond 2 year old townhouse... Sold $860K Assessed $768K Purchased Dec 2017 $920K Purchased $745K + GST Over $100K loss after transaction costs in under 2 years
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