British Columbia is running out of first-time buyers, despite falling prices. Government of British Columbia filings show first-time homebuyers made a small increase in June, compared to the month before. However, this increase wasn’t big enough to reach last year’s levels. The province continues the multi-year trend of declining first-time homebuyers. B.C. First-Time Homebuyers Drop […]
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BCREA is already less than optimistic about Vancouver real estate. They expect falling prices in the city, as well as most of the province.