Vancouver Real Estate in March 2016: "May You Live in Interesting Times!"

Vancouver Real Estate in March 2016: “May You Live in Interesting Times!”

Tuesday 19.April 2016

In March the Metro Vancouver real estate market reported 5,000 sales, the first time it has hit that number. The demand has not eased up although it may be that prices are plateauing at this time. Sellers have the expectation of ever rising prices and are worried about leaving money on the table so are […]

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Vancouver Real Estate in March 2016: “May You Live in Interesting Times!”

In March the Metro Vancouver real estate market reported 5,000 sales, the first time it has hit that number. The demand has not eased up although it may be that prices are plateauing at this time. Sellers have the […]

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Millenials Shut Out of Vancouver’s Real Estate Market

Millennials have been adapting to the rising cost of housing in Vancouver by holding off on buying a home and embracing a “coffee shop” lifestyle, experts say. Vancouver Street and Blossoms by Nick Kenrick I would […]

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Vancouver Marketplace Still Moving Outward in February 2016

In February the Metro Vancouver real estate market continued to rack up records on numbers of sales and rising prices. The sales were 56.3% above the 10 year sales average for the month. In Vancouver West the […]

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What’s Wrong With Vancouver’s Housing Market

Love is all around us in February. It’s a good reminder of how to treat people we meet and how we wish to be treated in return. There has been lots in the news lately of how some in our profession have not been […]

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Best Places to Work Remotely in Vancouver: Cafés

An explosion of self-starters and entrepreneurs have taken over Vancouver in the past few years, and working remotely has become more desirable than ever. Whether you work from home, in an office or a co-working […]

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Photo Essay: Vancouver’s Winter Farmers’ Markets

It’s good to know where your food comes from. Vancouver’s farmer markets are a great opportunity to shop local and spend some time out – and the best thing is that some of them aren’t just for summer! If you […]

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition #4: Helen’s Grill

Mount Pleasant, Vancouver’s first established suburb, has changed greatly since the diner Helen’s Grill opened on the corner of Main and Kingsway in 1961. What was once a branch of Vancouver’s local […]

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A Guide to Vancouver’s Museums

Best known for its rainy days, it’s no wonder Vancouver has an amazing selection of museums to explore when the water starts whipping at your windows and the grey days seem endless. So the next time you feel […]

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