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Justin Fung | YES TO A PUBLIC INQUIRY | 馮凱威 Feb 14
More and more shops closing down at Oakridge Centre so Westbank can build condos here that nobody can afford.
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BdblE 21h
Would you buy new/pre-construction and why?
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Kathy Tomlinson Feb 12
Serious questions here via on whether someone within BC govt tipped off money launderers about police operation
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Mortimer 1h
"Very well cared family home in Kerrisdale"... So well cared for, owner has used 2018 listing pictures 6889 Arbutus Street, Vancouver Bought 2018 $4,300,000 Now renting for $4,000 per month 2018 Assessed: $3,980,000 2017 Assessed: $4,497,500
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Justin Fung | YES TO A PUBLIC INQUIRY | 馮凱威 Feb 8
Poor Michael Geller and all the complexities of managing a bunch of numbered holdings company with multiple properties held in them. WON’T ANYONE THINK OF THE POOR CAPITALIST PROPERTY DEVELOPERS AND THEIR PRECIOUS TIME AND MONEY?!?
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Pete Quily 6h
WHY all 3? Promoter AND Regulator? "While he was finance minister 2012 to 2017 de Jong’s duties included oversight of the public-owned gambling promoter, B.C. Lottery Corporation, and its regulator, Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch."
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Emerg Info 6m
Replying to @Emerg_Info
"A local taxpayer household who bought that $2 million home would usually need to be making more than$300,000 every year. That would mean paying income taxes of about $100,000. But the satellite family can avoid that, if they arrange their finances conveniently."
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DouglasTodd 17m
This piece by 's Josh Gordon may be the most important thing you read about B.C.'s speculation tax. It explains the satellite family issue, which most people are missing.
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Screamin N Yellen 2h
Replying to @yvryellen
Now how do we explain to people it wasn’t the spec tax
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ArmandRichelieuofPoitou 3h
How come you guys haven't started a campaign for a ward system of voting in etc?
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Hutchyman 8h
Foreign Buyer Tax vs No FBT: "The total dollar value of real estate transactions in Vancouver dropped 42% down from the same time a year earlier. In Montreal, the total real estate dollar value increased to $1.63 billion, up 18% from last January."
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Godiva_QS 3h
Governments Around the World Are Tackling Money Laundering in Real Estate
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DirtyDan Feb 17
Now as the economy softens worldwide sometime in the 2nd half of this year, the real estate markets such as Vanre and New York that had prices increase to ridiculous levels will fall the most in prices. IMHO
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DouglasTodd Feb 9
Critics of the ignore it's also designed to target trans-national 'satellite' families that maintain multiple dwellings for temporary use & to shelter wealth, while paying little income tax.
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ArmandRichelieuofPoitou Feb 15
Replying to @INTEGRITYBC
China has 211 diplomats in the country, they seem to have plenty of time on their hands to get involved with . While the UK has 38 diplomats from . CCP/United Front agents are in .
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A. W. J. L.|PUBLIC INQUIRY NOW|MORE FORFEITURES 42m
So we have now come full circle! 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Buc Nasty Feb 13
Replying to @VanREflipflops
2016 will forever be known as the year of the bag hodler
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Tiny Potato 5h
are these all arms length trxn? Or just sold to a holding co to promote fomo? If someone showed interest would a unit coincidentally appear available cuz someone backed out??
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Shane Dent 6h
China's bad debt managers risk becoming bad credits themselves | Reuters
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Peter Malgunas 5h
Most homes in the 1970’s were affordable and tied to local economy & wages? Working class people could afford homes in 1970 - young people today are being forced out due to criminal activity, fraud, corruption, money laundering and a detached economy
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