Vancouver houses and condos for sale

  1. "Vancouver-based company Hoi Fu Enterprises Ltd., owned by mother Jin Lan Feng and son John Yuan, was in the process of acquiring land in Richmond, B.C. The property at 4008 Stolberg St. was valued at over $25 million"

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    $649,000, Tax Assess $718,000. "Welcome to Marine Woods, the MOST popular family friendly townhouse complex in Champlain Heights! Almost 1700 sq ft, this 3 bedroom, 3 full bathroom townhouse is perfect for you."

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    $839,900, Tax Assess $886,000. "Award-winning Domus is located across the Heritage architecture of Homer St in Yaletown. This bright SW suite has open views of a large garden terrace - like living across from a park!"

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    $998,000, Tax Assess $1,076,000. "Walk up the stairs to enter this bright and tastefully updated 2 level, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhome in prime Kitsilano."

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    $1,673,000, Tax Assess $1,775,000. "Sought after, spacious 3 bdrm townhome at ‘Shaughnessy Place’ w/24 hr security & magnificent resort style amenities."

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    "If built at the proposed 163 metres, 601 Beach Crescent would be the fourth-tallest tower in the city, after Shangri-La, Trump Tower and One Burrard Place."

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    "The affordability crisis is now more of a regional problem than simply a Vancouver issue, and vacancy rates in the suburbs are approaching zero while rents continue to climb higher, according the report."

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    "the tax will only apply to 1% of British Columbians ... non-Canadians will be asked to pay a rate of 2%, while Canadians whose primary residence is outside B.C. will pay 1%. B.C. residents will get off the lightest paying 0.5%"

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    "Say you just moved to Vancouver, and the first thing you do is head over to the River Rock Casino. You leave with enough cash for a 35% downpayment on a house, so you go shopping."

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    "The answer lies at least in part with double-digit property price increases and a housing affordability crisis the likes of which Vancouver has never seen."

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    "Sales fell 33.2 per cent compared to the same month a year ago, and the average residential price of $685,749 was down 1.1 per cent from September of 2017. Total sales dollar volume was down 34 per cent from September 2017."

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    "He said the same rules that are applied to cigarettes can be applied to marijuana, adding that a 'vast majority' of condos will adopt bylaws that prohibit growing and smoking cannabis in their private homes."

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    "separation is emerging between the pattern of commercial investment and home-buying ... the supply of homes for sale continued to increase across the region in September, while homebuyer demand remained below typical levels."

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    $1,199,000 Tax Assess $1,405,000. "Space or Location? Why choose when you can have both in this beautiful home situated for easy walking access to all the best of Vancouver, this home also offers 1416 sf of spacious open plan living."

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    "In general, the Canadian housing market has cooled following intervention by regulators and various governments."

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    The world according to Mike De jong: "As we now know, the majority of that demand was domestic, and that’s a good thing. Unfortunately, we didn’t keep pace in terms of the supply of homes and condos."

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    "British Columbia saw the most significant deterioration, with starts falling 43 percent in September to an annualized 25,611 units, the housing agency’s report showed. They dropped 42 percent in Vancouver and 56 percent in Victoria."

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    "A local realtor has crunched the numbers and thinks the average price of a detached house in Vancouver will decline 21% from its recent peak to $1.5 million by 2019 and will stay at that level until a recovery begins in late 2021!"

     
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    "Land assemblies are here to stay. With 40-50,000 people moving to the Lower Mainland yearly and every politician and his dog in favor of increasing density (although how that is either “green” or “sustainable” is a mystery to me)"

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    "the combination of the mortgage stress test introduced in January this year, along with mortgage interest rates rising, are making it much more expensive to buy a home. Therefore the market correspondingly balances this out with declining prices"

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    ⁩ “The breadwinner of an immigrant-investor family, ‘usually returns home to support the family’s millionaire lifestyle in Canada’ and, unlike a refugee who stays in Canada, doesn’t pay significant income taxes in this country.”

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