The Vancouver real estate market got more mixed signals, as condos staged a minor recovery. Far from last year, but still solid.
Vancouver real estate takes a dark turn as an abandoned Point Grey mansion allegedly becomes the victim of arson.
1 in 10 Vancouver real estate listings being resold have never been lived in…sometimes for years, sometimes for decades.
Vancouver real estate gets another hit. Demand for detached homes dropped over 50% last month when compared to the same time last year.
9 acres of prime Vancouver real estate at 88 Pacific Boulevard has an assessed value of less than a $1. That’s normal, right?
Vancouver real estate begins listing for a loss. The strangest part? These three homes were all purchased less than a year ago.
The penthouse at 277 Thurlow Street just listed for $58.8 million. If it sells near there, it’ll set a new record for Vancouver real estate.
Vancouver real estate continued it’s slow slide for a second month in a row. Composite demand is now closer to a balanced territory.
File another one under “whoopsie daisies” for Vancouver real estate. September’s numbers may have been off by up to 5%.
$20 million doesn’t buy what it used too, especially when it comes to Vancouver real estate. Just check out this drone tour of this teardown.