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How British Columbia’s housing demand is shaping up

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Soaring sales activity in Metro Vancouver, combined with unprecedented housing demand in the outskirts of several urban markets, continue to drive a white-hot pace of housing transactions in British Columbia, according to the province’s foremost real estate professionals’ group. by Ephraim Vecina 18 Mar 2021 The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reported a total of 10,918 [&hellip…

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Vancouver home sales smash through record barrier

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Vancouver’s real estate market ended 2020 with a bang, as a December home-buying spree helped the market rebound from a weak 2019, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Home sales jumped 53.4% in the final month of 2020 compared with December 2019, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said on Tuesday. The board said 3,093 homes [&hellip…

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Homes Tax put on Vancouver’s mortgage holders?

Owners of secondary properties in Vancouver have at least one reason to dread 2021: a near-tripling of the city’s Empty Homes Tax. On November 25, after Vancouver city council voted in favour of the increase, Mayor Kennedy Stewart spoke about how the higher tax should benefit the city’s renters. “It is clear that the Empty Homes Tax [&hellip…

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