REBGV: Your July Run-down From Team Kerr!

  • A typical summer on the Vancouver Real Estate Market mean more listings and fewer home sales occurred in July. “Because home sale activity decreased to more historically normal levels in July, the selection of homes for sale in the region was able to edge above 9,000 for the first time this year,” said REBGV president, Jill […]

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  • While the increase of new listings increased the most in the detached home segment of the market last month, it’s demand in the condominium and townhome that’s truly driving current activity. Here is your REBGV update for May.  “First-time buyers and people looking to downsize from their single-family homes are both competing for these two […]

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  • March was a big month for the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, and the market at large: the REBGV instated its president for 2017/2018, Jill Oudil. Jill has served on the REBGV’s Board of Directors for the five years and works at Coldwell Banker Westburn Realty in Burnaby. The month also had the lowest […]

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  • Houses for sale in Commercial Drive have become a hot commodity in large part due to the neighbourhood’s rising reputation as the hippest in downtown Vancouver.  With a plethora of shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars, it is no surprise that people are flocking to this corner of Vancouver to carve out a place for themselves. […]

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  • Without a doubt, April fool’s pranks can be risky business. But let’s be honest, sometimes, they deserve it for all of the blood, sweat and tears we’ve put into bringing them up! So why not give in to the lighter side of things and celebrate this April 1st by acting like the kid yourself. New […]

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  • Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver president Dan Morrison cited bad weather and limited supply for the lower-than-average numbers last month. “February home sales were well below the record-breaking activity from one year ago and in line with our long-term historical average for the month,” Morrison said. “Limited supply and snowy weather were two factors […]

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  • We’ve got your best bets for making the most of Queen Elizabeth Park. Often overlooked for it’s more famous counterpart, Stanley Park, Queen E Park is the jewel of East Vancouver. Nestled in the Cambie-Riley Park neighbourhood, it’s the perfect destination spot for families, running enthusiasts and nature-lovers alike. The relative oasis in the heart […]

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