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What Interest Rates Mean For Real Estate

Well, the Bank of Canada finally did it. For the first timeĀ in seven years, the benchmark overnight rate went up a quarter of a percentage point. One must wonder, what does this mean for real estate? Well, what it means for real estate is what it means for the larger story that is the Canadian […]

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Jun 0
Jun 0

Craft beer another calling card for Vancouver’s growth

Right now we’re in the middle of Vancouver’s 11th Annual Craft Beer Week, and you can add it to the list of amazing things this city is now known for worldwide. Yes, that’s right, Vancouver’s craft beer scene is gaining international attention. How awesome? Well think of Cuban cigars and champagne from France, now it’s […]

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Oct 0
Oct 0

Continuing to grow as a city and community

As Vancouver continues to grow into an international city, it’s important to make sure we continue to implement sustainable measures to keep up with pace. That’s why we’re excited to see the City of Vancouver’s new partnership with the Affordable Housing Agency, the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation and Vancouver Coastal Health. The announcement is to create […]

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Jul 0
Jul 0

Vancouver bridges getting makeovers

It passed with little press, however it is going to completely redefine your daily experience if you use the Burrard Street Bridge on a regular basis. Council recently approved turning one of the commuter lanes on Vancouver’s oldest causeway into a bicycle/pedestrian walkway. The whole idea is to make the corridor more bike and foot […]

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Feb 0
Feb 0

B.C.- the only province NOT in a budget deficit

So the government released its 2015 budget this past week. Now wait, before you yawn and stop reading this article, this budget is incredibly important and significant nation-wide, and we’ll tell you why. First, B.C. is the only province in the entire country with a budget in the black right now. Every single other province […]

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