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''.
Captured by Spencer Thompson
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 […]
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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