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Mortgage update from Jacqueline Baker from Dominion Lending Centres

March 1st, 2011

Today the Bank of Canada today announced that it is maintaining its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent.
The global economic recovery is proceeding broadly in line with the Bank’s expectation, although risks remain elevated. U.S. activity is solidifying and remains supported by stimulative fiscal and monetary policies. The pace of the European economic recovery is buoyed down by the st ...

Olympic Village starts its price reductions

February 17th, 2011

Check out the new Olympic Village pricing announced by Bob Rennie today. Most of the condos with large reductions are the larger more expensive units which are being reduced up to 50% and the other studios as little as 5% discounts. Overall 30% discounts are applied to the units at  the Olympic Village. Take a look at the article from the Vancouver Sun for more details. If you are inter ...

REBGV releases Oct 2010 statistics

November 5th, 2010
Hello Vancouver Real Estate Watcher

Here is a look at the statistics that have been sent out by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver for the month of October 2010. 

Home sales remain steady in Greater Vancouver

Greater Vancouver home sales have remained steady over the past four months, indicating stability in the residential housing market. With the MLS® sales to active listing inventory ...

Vancouvers West End has Towers to come

October 30th, 2010

Is this the future look of Burrard Street?


Two big Vancouver companies are proposing to build three new downtown towers near the Burrard Bridge that could impair the view of the North Shore Mountains from Queen Elizabeth Park.

Jim Pattison Developments and Reliance Properties have put 23 city lots together between Burrard and Hornby streets to build the 48- and 36-storey residential tower ...

September 2010 Greater Vancouver Real Estate Market Statistics

October 12th, 2010
Hello Vancouver Real Estate Watchers

Here are the full statistics from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver for the month of September. 

Click HERE or the link below to get the full PDF


Adam Knight
Century 21 In Town Realty
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There are two million reasons for high prices in Vancouver

August 23rd, 2010
There are two million reasons for high prices in Vancouver

City’s housing affordability problem boils down to too many people on too little land


What drives Vancouver’s house prices so relentlessly to levels four times higher than Winnipeg’s, and more than half again what Torontonians pay?

What drives Vancouver’s house prices so relentlessly to levels four times higher than Winnipeg’s, and more ...

Tallest building to be built out of Vancouvers downtown core being proposed

May 31st, 2010
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  A new development has been proposed by developer PCI, they want to take the land at the corner of Cambie and Marine Drive in Vancouver and build the tallest building outside of the downtown core.  PCI has proposed to the city a complex at the new skytrain station that would include a 30 story residential tower which would rise 350 feet and would include 577 residential units, 390 of them ...

Burrard Bridge area development plans

May 21st, 2010

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  While on the Vancouver Sun website I read an article about the Squamish First Nations band that has come up with a multimillion development plan for the land at the south end of the Burrard Street bridge, this over ambitious plan would see the removal of a large amount of green space in the area, a huge change to the cities skyline plus we would see traffic patterns change in an area that a ...

No evidence of a post-Olympics boom or bust for host city real estate prices: UBC study

January 26th, 2010

Hello Vancouver Real Estate Watchers

Here is a great blog post from Canadaviews.ca and the Sauder School of Business at UBC about the impact of the winter Olympics on the Real Estate market in Vancouver.  Enjoy as it is very positive!

Vancouver Real Estate Olympic Rings

by: University of British Columbia | Jan 25th, 2010

Cities that win Olympic bids experience neither boom nor bust in their real estate prices, but gain constru ...

CENTURY 21 Canada President, Don Lawby, Gives his thoughts on the coming 2010 housing market.

January 25th, 2010

Hello Vancouver Real Estate watchers

Just released today by Century 21 Canada President Don Lawby is his opinion on the up coming 2010 housing market.  Have a look at his video blog and please contact me with any questions on the Vancouver Real Estate Market.

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Adam Knight
Century 21 In Town Realty

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