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Mortimer May 20
"Buyers from Mainland China are responsible for 60% of all sale on the Westside over $1.7 million" - Bob Rennie UDI Speech 2010 "90% of homes over $2 million are sold to Mainland China" - Bob Rennie UDI Speech in 2011
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Carole James May 16
Our legislation to help end hidden ownership of land has officially passed. This world-leading registry will uncover the true owners of B.C. real estate, and stop people from using numbered companies to hide who really owns property in BC.
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Stephen Punwasi 21h
🤣🤣🤣 Gregor taking credit for Vancouver’s low carbon footprint per capita is pretty funny. It’s easy to have low emissions per capita when thousands of homes are only occupied on paper. 🙄
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DouglasTodd May 18
Whenever your friends go into denial mode and claim what is happening to housing is just happening to all sought-after cities, refer them to this interactive chart. Vancouver is at the extremes edge.
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Vancouver Real Estate Flip Flops 1m
IS EVERYTHING REALLY "FINE" OUTSIDE WEST VAN AND WEST SIDE ? 2783 27th Ave E, Renfrew Heights, East Purchased Aug 2011 for $651,888 (no joke) Purchased May 2015 for $825,000 Purchased by builder June 2016 for $1.225M (having to pay a $400,000 premium in one
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Mondee Redman 🍁🐾🐄🐐 2h
New rule if someone complains about their property value include how much they paid for it in the article. Province not yet prepared to ease policies as housing market sputters
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Brad Barrett 19h
You know how to tell government is actually governing for the people? When the 1% are protesting them instead of the 99%.
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Kathy Tomlinson May 21
⁩ weighs in on the crash that many - including him - are glad to see:
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Mortimer May 21
KABOOM! 💣💣💣 in Edgemont Just sold for a $793,000 loss (+ expenses) 3750 Glenview Crescent, North Vancouver Bought 2016 $2,295,000 Sold for $1,502,000 31% below 2018 assessed of $2,168,700 38% below 2017 assessed of $2,418,700
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FIVRE604 May 18
This is getting a bit ridiculous. These savings should be going to buyers. Talk about developers playing on "Ya but are things really more affordable?" Developers give away 6% of their supposed 15% profit to realtors that will push their product for self-interest.
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Hutchyman May 19
"The con game of BC real estate is finally being exposed. Foreign buyer/vacant property taxes should be sky high and ... strict regulations. Without these we are squandering the ability of anyone under 25 to buy and becoming a nation of renters."
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Jen Stewart 19h
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Santo Vindicado🍹 19h
That’s fine and all but think of those poor owners of $18 Million mansions in Point Grey who are being asked to pay for schools. And some of them don’t have any Canadian declared income. So, put that in your Analyst and smoke it.
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Kathy Tomlinson May 18
What goes up must come down as they say. But there are still some hanging on - as ⁦⁩ finds on the front lines of the new
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Eric Lam 16h
Love the fact that by and large people are happy that prices are going down. But the cynic in me wonders how much further down we can go before there is major backlash.
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Mortimer 2h
Getting there West Vancouver detached home just sold 46% below 2017 assessed 710 GREENWOOD ROAD, West Vancouver Bought 2012 $1,950,000 Just sold for $2,153,000 46% below 2017 assessed of $4,002,000 30% below 2018 assessed of $3,077,000
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Roman Korec, author 35m
Diptych #72 "You Can Plaster Over It, but You Can't Hide It" From my "Lost in Land, '04 - '18" series. The "C" from the old "Bow Mac" sign peering from behind the "S" of the "Toys 'R Us" sign, and the interior of the elevator next to them, off West Broadway.
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Brad West May 15
It is my sincere hope that this is the beginning of taking our province back. Well done to every British Columbian who raised their voice and made this happen.
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Roman Korec, author 27m
Diptych #73 "Numbers... and Letters... and Numbers-Letters..." From my "Lost in Land, '04 - '18" series. A BBC news "numbers" segment, and the interior of an elevator in the old Sears (ex-Eaton's) store (aka "The Urinal"), on Robson St at Howe, .
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Rohana Rezel  | PUBLIC INQUIRY NOW May 19
The selling price of this 582 sqft condo unit doubled in the 18 months between Dec 25, 2016 and Jun 19, 2018. I'm sure this has nothing to do with the influx of $5 billion worth of into and this is all because local incomes doubled in that period.
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