Be careful what you wish for, you may get it. An old expression describing unintended consequences.
We have stated many times that the entire raison d’etre of the Christy Clark government is to fill the provincial coffers and to get re-elected.
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.
Is the cost of fixing up an older home competitive to building a brand new home?
May was it’s beautiful self in terms of weather and real estate. All is well in the rear view mirror. Sales were up and so were prices.
As the housing market continues to sizzle, renters have been feeling the heat, particularly pet owners.
Government on every level is trying to obfuscate the problem and kick the can down the road with rules about ‘shadow flipping’.
In March the Metro Vancouver real estate market reported 5,000 sales, the first time it has hit that number.
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.
In February the Metro Vancouver real estate market continued to rack up records on numbers of sales and rising prices.
There has been lots in the news lately of how some in our profession have not been treating the public properly.
There is a lot of distress in the huge majority of honest ethical professional members of the real estate community.
As Vancouver housing prices continue to rise, more and more people are turning their attention away from detached homes and towards condos.
Local sellers are nervous about listing their homes because there is nothing available to purchase if they want to move up or downsize.
The Vancouver real estate market is surging. As investments in energy and commodities go off the rails there is stronger demand for properties.