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Mortimer Sep 20
What am I missing in this asking price? Does this seller think duplex zoning now means land is worth 2.5 times assessed value? 4026 38th Avenue W Bought Oct 2017 $4,500,000 Now asking $11,800,000 Assessed $4,605,700 Lehomes Realty listing
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DouglasTodd 8h
Replying to @DouglasTodd
Here's a magnified version of the photo:
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John Hua 華仁安 Sep 14
UPDATE: Emily Yu’s response to also claims she only housed 2-6 people between July 24 and now. She claims she was in compliance with bylaws when petition was filed. She also claims no ads describe her house as a hostel. Umm... ⬇️
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Rohana Rezel Sep 14
In just 10 days since the Sep 5 announcement about reducing Aribnb listings by 43%, hosts have added 578 new listings, bringing the total to 4,320. Of the 578 new ones, at least 400 seem to using questionable licences.
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Lindsay Brown Sep 16
Yikes. Thread in which a UBC Sauder School of Business professor who publishes reports on how Vancouver needs more "supply" has 2 A#irBnB profiles (one a fake name) & rents out a whole house for short term rental.
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Sam Cooper Sep 13
The picture of a completely broken economic system, or a resort in need of a massive dedicated worker housing build?
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Hutchyman 10h
“400 square feet with two young children and 3 pets. My husband commutes more than two hours to work, each way, five days a week, but his income is low, as is the same for just about everyone trying to get by in Vancouver and its surrounding areas.”
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DouglasTodd 8h
This for-sale sign boasting increased profits for owners appeared in front of a house on 16th & Trutch 2 weeks before 's Vision councillors voted to rezone 99% of the city's detached homes for duplexes.
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theBreaker.news 9h
On Global’s news hour, the mayoral candidate said he did not know who took the photo that’s on the Peter Wall-bought billboards. The same photo is on his own Facebook page. He works for a PR company.
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Kerry Gold Sep 18
So far speakers at city tonight really believe we can build ourselves out of the affordability crisis.
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judy rudin 10h
'When people ask me how on earth I was able to afford living in Manhattan, it’s hard not to laugh.“Easier than I can afford living here,” I tell them. That usually elicits quiet shock. It leaves me speechless, too.' Why Lee is leaving.
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Brad Barrett 13h
Why is a Seattle advocacy group concerning itself with a Canadian city municipal election party? First a developer pays for their billboards now groups in the US pushing their message?
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Sean Cassidy for Mayor Sep 21
Kennedy Stewart is basically saying he doesn't want to "create uncertainty" for SFH speculators, not people with actual homes in those areas. His response shows he'll be Gregor 2.0. We don't need a continuation of status quo with someone who's impotent on housing.
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Tom Davidoff 14h
A thread on "speculation." Consider a depreciated East Van single family home with great transit access. I think those can be had these days for 1.75M. A very large fraction of that 1.75M is almost surely future redevelopment potential. 1/7
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Coalition Vancouver 6h
Sun may have set, but & are hard at work tonight building signs to earn your vote for . We are the ONLY PARTY that is NOT BOUGHT by developers, unions, individual powerbrokers - which is why we are 100% FOR THE PEOPLE!
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FIVRE604 Sep 19
City screwed up. They should have had a moratorium on demolitions when it was obvious our homes were being demolished so new homes could be built to accommodate the flood of offshore money that hit us. Now we have a ton of unattractive monster homes on our MLS. We knew
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Brad Barrett 5h
Replying to @brad_barrett
To be clear: I'm not opposed to duplex zoning across the city. I'm opposed to the way this was done without a city plan, without a means to capture uplift, without a means to prevent speculation and without measures to ensure this doesn't destroy affordable suites.
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City Duo 7h
Wow! didn't oppose the RT zoning changes, did! Looking at the letters to city council – 1 from Dunbar, 2 from WPG, 66 General Opposition (36%) and 119 letters (60%) that identified as from, or only concerned about the changes to Kitsilano.
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Physgal  🇨🇦 18h
How can the median income in Vancouver West (Dunbar, Point Grey etc.) be so low? Is it because there are a lot of UBC students living there? A lot of retired people? I don't really understand it.
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Mortimer Sep 21
Fixed it! Order for Vancouver Mayor ballot
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