Vancouver Real Estate: Sales Dropped and Prices Are Still Rising in March 2018

Friday 20.April 2018

Brenda Kinnear “For they have sown the wind and they shall reap the whirlwind…” ― Hosea 8:7 Old Testament KJV. It appears that the well-being of residents of BC has been compromised by an economy built around organized crime and money laundering through casinos and real estate. Provincial finances and credit ratings have been buoyed up […]

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Vancouver Real Estate: Sales Dropped and Prices Are Still Rising in March 2018

Brenda Kinnear “For they have sown the wind and they shall reap the whirlwind…” ― Hosea 8:7 Old Testament KJV. It appears that the well-being of residents of BC has been compromised by an economy built […]

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Vancouver Market in February: Low Inventory in Every Category

Brenda Kinnear There is a reason that certain sayings become famous: they are applicable to every high-minded solution to an intractable problem. In BC the problems are housing affordability and money laundering […]

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Vancouver Real Estate: Lack of Affordable Inventory in January 2018

Brenda Kinnear Charles Dickens once wrote “And though home is a name, a word, it is a strong one; stronger than magician ever spoke, or spirit ever answered to, in the strongest conjuration”. A home is one of the […]

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Vancouver Market in 2017: Affordability Declined for Local Buyers

To paraphrase Mac Davis: Happiness was Vancouver real estate prices in our rearview mirror… The elephant in the room in today’s market is the steep decline in affordability over the past few years. The […]

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Neverending story, Arrow, Flash or Battlestar Galactica. These shows filmed at some point in Downtown Vancouver. Did you notice all these places while watching?

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Whether we have snow or not, there is one thing that can’t be missing every holiday season besides the many ice-skating rinks and Markets to get you in the festive mood; the colourful decorations all over the […]

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition: Roundel Cafe

The Roundel Cafe is a small storefront in the middle of the block in East Vancouver’s Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood, an area that retains an old-neighbourhood feel. Inside, the décor is old-style diner with […]

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