Be careful what you wish for, you may get it. An old expression describing unintended consequences. For years now there have been reports from the field, from university professors, real estate companies who deal with offshore buyers that there is a tsunami of foreign money pouring into Vancouver real estate and driving up prices, lowering […]
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Be careful what you wish for, you may get it. An old expression describing unintended consequences. For years now there have been reports from the field, from university professors, real estate companies who deal […]
Madame Machiavelli, aka Premier Christy Clark, has done it again. After years of stating there was no problem she made a volte-face in the Legislature yesterday with a bill to level a 15% tax on foreign buyers of […]
The stats commentary is a little late this month mainly because there is a lot of politicking going on behind the scenes of the published data. “June was busting out all over” according to the musical Carousel and […]
The high cost of buying a home in Vancouver has been well documented. A new trend of refurbishing heritage homes has been developing among would-be homeowners. But is the cost of fixing up an older home […]
With a vibrant community of creatives and a flourishing digital media scene, it’s no wonder that coworking spaces are growing in popularity. Vancouver is undoubtedly a costly city to live in, so offering a […]
Eve Lazarus is an award-winning author and journalist who has written on topics ranging from the Stanley Cup riots in 1994 to the tragedy of disappearing Indigenous languages.
Though Vancouver doesn’t have a proper boardwalk, West 4th Avenue in Kitsilano comes close. Close to Kits Beach, it features a variety of retailers, cafés and restaurants. It really comes alive during the […]