Vancouver is still on its upward trajectory in sale prices and plunging to Earth on the reality of how little there is to buy with many offers.
Downsizing in Vancouver may not be for everyone, but if you’ve made the choice to simplify, make sure you explore all of your options.
Same old. Sales are up 32.9% above 10-year sales average for September, listings are at 9 year low and multiple offers are occurring.
Even a small grant can make a difference in a home project – Vancouverites renovating or building a new home can take advantage of many of them.
Eastside neighbourhoods that were low on desirability are now on the radar of those who can no longer afford to buy on Vancouver Westside.
The long summer caused that buyers don’t have to run to the beach to enjoy the sun. Instead they are making offers on the available properties.
The unavoidable rule of real estate in Greater Vancouver: the further from the downtown peninsula, the less expensive property is.
The benchmark detached home price in Westside of Vancouver is now $2,600,000, partly because of buyers with international lifestyle.
Sellers are still in the driver’s seat in real estate sales for May 2015 – especially in Vancouver and Toronto, the two hot markets in Canada.
The merriment in the real estate market has swept up sellers in every price range and category. Prices rise in relation to abundance.
Sellers are in the ascendant. April 2015 sales in the Metro Vancouver market were knocked out of the proverbial park.
These Vancouver-based companies provide expertise designed to increase appeal, value and peace of mind when it comes to selling a home.
Instead of paying for a rental, some parents are considering helping their kids by investing in an off-campus residential property.
It has been a roller-coaster ride in the real estate market this entire season: the benchmark price is over $1 million in many neighbourhoods.