Vancouver Real Estate: Low Inventory in June 2017

Wednesday 12.July 2017

As projected in May the condo is King in June. The trend is for prices to rise continuously in the condo market because it is so in demand and the inventory is low. The detached home market has recovered in value from last summer’s Foreign Buyer Tax slow down that followed its implementation but it […]

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Vancouver Real Estate: Low Inventory in June 2017

As projected in May the condo is King in June. The trend is for prices to rise continuously in the condo market because it is so in demand and the inventory is low. The detached home market has recovered in value […]

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Vancouver Real Estate Market Recovered in May 2017

It was once common to use the expression “as the world turns” to explain inexplicable actions. Today the wording has segued into “as the world spins”…off it’s axis. In some ways the old misogynist spirit is […]

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