January 2019

Dreaming of a Home on the Water? It Now Costs 46 Percent More Than Living Inland

Posted on Jan 26, 2019

Sydney, London, Perth, and Dubai have some of the highest premiums.

From all around the world, waterfront properties have always been the among the most desirable, expensive and luxurious houses in the world. According to the new Knight Frank Global Waterfront Monitor, which was compiled by valuations from the company's global network, the average p...

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Metro Vancouver home price decline will bottom in 2019, then reverse: forecasters

Posted on Jan 21, 2019

Panel of developers predict housing trends for coming year with cautious optimism; one says single-family price correction was “necessary”

Home prices in Metro Vancouver may slide further in 2019 but then will recover as the constant demand continues and supply remains constrained, according to a panel of developers at a 2019 forecast event.


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2019 real estate market outlook: a forecast summary

Posted on Jan 15, 2019

2018 was an extremely taxing year for B.C. real estate, in which taxation measures and other government interventions slowed down market activity considerably and creating a softening in average sale prices.

So what will the upcoming year hold? A further sales slowdown, a plateau, or a recovery? Falling or rising prices?

As ever, industry organizatio...

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Assessed values of North Shore's priciest homes are down

Posted on Jan 10, 2019

Above is a photo of Cascade at the pier a prestigious place with Waterfront access, and beautiful views. Please contact Matt Gul Personal Real Estate Corporation at 788.888.8888 or matt@mattgul.com for more information about this beautiful place.

Even the most beautiful real estate filled with beautiful features are not immune from changes in the re...

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Many condo owners to see double digit gains in latest BC Assessment

Posted on Jan 06, 2019

Most of the condo owners around the Lower Mainland will, in many cases, see double digit gains on their assessments this year.

Assessment notices are expected to be received by more than half a million property owners across Greater Vancouver over the next few days. The notices reflect market value as of July 1st, 2018.

The increase for condo owners...

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British Columbia’s most expensive homes took a value hit in 2018

Posted on Jan 01, 2019

The BC Assessment numbers are out for 2019 and all of the most expensive Vancouver homes from a year ago have all lost assessed value.

On the list, was how much a home was assessed at as of July 1, 2018, this was released online today on January 1, 2019.

The highest-valued home from last year was Chip Wilson’s mega-mansion on Point Grey Road. The sev...

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