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Prices Driven up by Competition and Location in March 2017

Monday 17.April 2017

The raging fire of unsustainable rising prices seems to be consuming the Greater Toronto housing market including satellite cities like Barrie 90 km away and Hamilton 65 km away. The big concern for Stephen Poloz,Governor of the Bank of Canada is the effect a real estate collapse would have on the Canadian economy. The Greater […]

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Vancouver Photo Of The Week

View All The Russian Hall

Vancouver photographer roaming-the-planet captured this eye-catching shadowplay in front of the Russian Hall in Strathcona. The iconic building was constructed in 1939 and it hosts numerous arts festivals and performances throughout the year.

Vancouver Real Estate News

Prices Driven up by Competition and Location in March 2017

The raging fire of unsustainable rising prices seems to be consuming the Greater Toronto housing market including satellite cities like Barrie 90 km away and Hamilton 65 km away. The big concern for Stephen […]

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Vancouver Housing Market Still Strong in February 2017

There’s an old Scottish saying that ‘you should cut your cloth according to your stipend’ meaning to live within your means. It appears that local buyers are taking that idea to heart and making housing […]

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The End of the Gold Rush Housing Boom in Vancouver

The sales numbers are down mainly due to the fall off in detached sales as there still is demand for certain products

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2016 the Third Highest Selling Year of Metro Vancouver Housing Market

A new day has dawned. Just not the one that all the pessimists were expecting. Properties have come off their mid-2016 highs; numbers of sales have declined from the end of 2015. Given that sales were already […]

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Vancouver Blog

Photo Essay: Catfe

Bringing together cats and coffee, Vancouver’s first cat café quickly became a popular spot for the city’s cat lovers. The concept of the themed café where visitors can watch and play with cats and take one […]

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition: Minerva’s

A fixture in Kerrisdale since 1973, Minerva’s has provided Mediterranean food to the neighbourhood’s people for more than a generation. Minerva’s’ owner, Nonda Pavlakis, was a young man of 17 when he came to […]

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Parking in Vancouver: Parking Spots, By-laws

One of the major problems that drivers in Vancouver encounter is the lack of parking spots. Vancouver has a limited number of parking spaces compared to the number of vehicles on the road each day. It is important […]

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Top 3 Local Food Stores in Vancouver

“People think food just appears,” says Nicole Robins, owner of North Vancouver’s Sprout Organic Market. In actuality, the food we eat is still grown on farms. Much of it comes from far away, shipped from around […]

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