Vancouver Real Estate: Affordability Impacted Sales in September 2018

Tuesday 30.October 2018

There are cities all over the world experiencing massive infusions of foreign capital that have transformed their real estate markets and the cost of living for locals but Vancouver is the poster child for Chinese investment in real estate over the past decade.

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Lions Gate Bridge representing the idea of cancelling the unnecessary noise on the outside and focusing on the task at hand. Almost like a perspective of ''tunnel vision''.

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Vancouver Real Estate: Affordability Impacted Sales in September 2018

There are cities all over the world experiencing massive infusions of foreign capital that have transformed their real estate markets and the cost of living for locals but Vancouver is the poster child for Chinese […]

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Vancouver Real Estate: Affordability Concerns Continue in August 2018

Brenda Kinnear “The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.” – John Maxwell We are all adjusting our sails in this volatile real estate market. Even […]

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Vancouver Real Estate: Buyers and Sellers Chose a Wait-and-See Approach in July 2018

Brenda Kinnear “No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main…” – John Donne A little dramatic perhaps but a reminder that the Vancouver real estate market is […]

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Vancouver Market in June 2018: Decline in Sales with No Decline in Prices

Brenda Kinnear “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy Fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high…” – George Gershwin Not so much in Metro Vancouver real estate this year. There has been a decline in the numbers of […]

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Vancouver Blog

Vancouver Film Locations: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden was the first scholar Chinese garden built outside of China and now is very popular for substituting exotic locations in TV shows.

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Vancouver Neighbourhood Photo Essays: Grandview-Woodland

Before the first house was built in 1891, the Coast Salish knew the stretch of land along the Burrard Inlet by the name “Khupkhahpay’ay”, meaning “cedar tree”. Although logged beyond recognition and still a home […]

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Best Off-Leash Dog Parks in Vancouver

Life is good if you are a dog in Vancouver! The city’s outdoor lifestyle isn’t designated only for humans. Canines are generally welcome in all of the city’s parks when on leash – and there are loads of great […]

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition: Sophie’s Cosmic Café

Though Jim Dikeakos speaks with a hint of a Greek accent, he is Vancouver-born, and a Kitsilano native. I remember playing hockey on Arbutus Street in front of St. Augustine’s. We’d move the rocks because they […]

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