Vancouver Real Estate Market: How Is The Industry Today?

As of writing, it’s the second half of the year 2020. Industries and economies across the globe are still recovering from the devastating effects brought about by the pandemic. While some have already started to see better and brighter days, some are still stabilizing or are slowly moving on the way up. One of the

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5 Reasons Why Millennials Love Living in Vancouver

Did you know that internationally, Vancouver is the 3rd best city for quality of living? If you’re a millennial looking for the right place to live, then Vancouver should be at the top of your list. Millennials are in the prime of their lives and it only makes sense for them to live in a city

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Toronto Is Fast Becoming As Pricey As Vancouver

According to a recent article in CBC.ca, the Toronto real estate market is fast becoming as unaffordable as Vancouver. The article assessed a study by the Royal Bank of Canada, as its third-quarter affordability index showed 63.7% of

Toronto Real Estate Vulnerability Comparatively High

A recent report by TD Economics rates the vulnerability of the real estate market in Toronto as being at a comparatively high risk of sudden price falls. According to the article in CTV news.ca, the report is suggesting that if supply exceeds demand, then Toronto which is Canada’s largest city could be at risk of

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Canada Luxury Home Market Still Hot in Vancouver & Toronto

The luxury home market in Toronto and Vancouver is still red-hot but it’s a different story in other major cities in the country. A study of luxury homes sales, which are properties worth in excess of $1 million looked at four different cities and found quite different results. The report by Sotheby’s International Realty found

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High Housing Prices in Vancouver, Canada Affecting Renters

The city of Vancouver in Canada already has a reputation for being one of the most expensive housing markets in the country but new data has also revealed this is impacting renters, according to an article in msn money.com. Figures released by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation show the highest average monthly rent for

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Price Correction Risk Remains Low in Vancouver, Canada

Metro Vancouver in Canada has long since had the reputation of being one of the priciest areas in the country. In spite of dire warnings about price corrections, a new assessment by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. shows this risk is low. According to the article in the Vancouver Sun, Vancouver has always been

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Chinese Home Sales for Early 2015 Show Biggest falls for Three Years

During the first two months of this year, property sales in China fell by the most for three years due to excess housing supply and a slowdown in investment in real estate. According to the report in Reuters, sales revenue fell by 15.8% during the first two months of this year compared to the same

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Micro Condos For Sale In Canada’s Hottest Real Estate Markets

Real estate in Canadian property hotspots such as Vancouver and Toronto is notoriously expensive, but now developers have come up with a new solution. A Toronto developer is due to start construction on tiny condos of just 300 ft.², and which come with far more affordable price tags than the average apartment in the city.

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First-Ever Vancouver Modern Home Tour Takes Place in September

The first-ever Modern Home Tour in Vancouver is due to take place on September 14th. This will be Modern Homes Tours second visit outside the US and will give tour goers the opportunity to explore some of the greatest examples of interior design and modern architecture in their own city.

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