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Frontline Real Estate Services Jan 17
BC saw an overall decrease in first time home buyers last year. Increased mortgage restrictions, rising interest rates, and lack of supply were the main impacting factors reported. Read more via :
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Livabl Jan 17
The number one reason BC home sales nosedived in 2018, according to the province’s realtor group:
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Livabl Jan 16
This BC city just saw its biggest homebuilding boom since 1976 — will it continue this year?
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Justin Sunner Jan 16
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Jacqui Chan Jan 16
“Part of the reason why Canada's wealth is stagnating is that Canadians are shifting ever more of their money to housing, which — other than providing shelter — is not a very productive part of the economy.”
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VantiTrust Jan 18
“A second report by the RCMP estimates $1 billion worth of property transactions in Vancouver were tied to the proceeds of crime, the attorney general said.”
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VantiTrust Jan 15
“The identification code, along with the owner’s date of birth and social insurance number, are required to complete the declaration and claim an exemption from the tax by March 31, 2019.” 🤓
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The Quiet One Jan 16
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The Georgia Straight Jan 17
Will Gladman and Dani Aiello: The NDP’s Rental Housing Task Force offers little to renters in crisis
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Vancouver Magazine Jan 15
Is 's real estate market crashing? has the answers:
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Sutton Select Property Management & Realty Jan 17
RT : The five most interesting commercial property assessments in . Which ones did we miss?
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Don R. Campbell Jan 16
Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna home to Canada’s most expensive rentals: report -
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BCBusiness Jan 17
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Business In Vancouver Jan 15
Mortgage stress test to blame for last year’s 25% drop in home sales, says BCREA
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Real Estate at UBC Jan 15
From the Trends and Affordability December 2018 report: homeowners need 86.9% of their household's income to cover housing costs - and affordability is not likely to improve in 2019. Read more at
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Les Imago Jan 20
BC Liberals are directly responsible for our grotesque housing bubble in this province. What’s your position on housing? Millions of single-issue voters want to know.
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VantiTrust Jan 20
10 Charts That Show How Out Of Whack Things Are In Canadian Housing Liquidity, cap rates, demographics, foreign $ withdrawal influence market direction. ,
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Jay Jiang Jan 17
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mtnbvan™ Jan 17
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Brexitometer_campaigns Jan 16
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