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BC residential housing market recovery well underway

The BC housing market rebounded in Q3 2009 with a 36% increase in home sales and a 45.9% increase in the total dollar value of homes sold province-wide, according to a new report from Landcor Data Corporation.   The Q3 2009 Residential Sales Summary evaluates sales and price data for all of BC and for six regions - Greater Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Kootenays, the Okanagan, the Fraser Valley ...

High-Density Plan For Downtown Vancouver

Vancouver City Council has unanimously approved a plan to allow for the development in the area around BC Place/GM Place and along Pacific Boulevard.  This will potentially add 7,200 new residents to downtown.  Not unexpectedly, there are people that are opposed citing that the proposal falls well short in terms of new green space as well as the issue of new towers interfering with ...

Thousands of FREE Reusable Grocery Bags

I am giving away THOUSANDS OF FREE REUSABLE GROCERY BAGS at the following downtown Vancouver locations: Robson Public Market Denman Mall (No Frills entrance) Urban Fare entrance - Yaletown (177 Davie St. on Nov. 28 & 29 in the afternoon) Grab one before its all gone! If you have a grocery/produce store in Yaletown or Coal Harbour and you would like to be supplied with these free ...

Four Seasons Vancouver Festival of Trees

Well another Christmas is coming soon and as per usual the lobby of the Four Seasons Vancouver is hosting the Festival of Trees.  Here are a few pictures of the Christmas trees in the lobby of the Four Seasons Vancouver for you. The Festival of Trees runs from November 25th to January 4th, 2010.  Go take a look at the Four Seasons Vancouver at 791 West Georgia Street in downtown Vancouver ...

What is a Pre-Sale in Vancouver Realestate?

What is a Pre-Sale in Vancouver Real Estate? By Vancouver Realtor, Mike Stewart century 21 In Town Realty Vancouver BC View on ExposureRoom Pre-Sales in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Open the Georgia Strait or any other local paper and you’ll notice advertisements for apartments and condos. Most of these places don’t yet exist. Why? Because they are ...

OPEN HOUSE #707-27 ALEXANDER STREET VANCOUVER BC, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 2-4 PM, MLS#V798336

    FABULOUS SUITE IN TRENDY GASTOWN! COME SEE THIS GREAT SUITE IN THE ALEXIS, A HERITAGE CONVERSION RIGHT ON MAPLE TREE SQUARE.  IT FEATURES NEW ENGINERED FLOORS IN OAK, GAS FIREPLACE, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, FRESH PAINT,OPEN CONCEPT LIVING WITH GLASSED IN BEDROOM AND SOUTHERN VIEWS TO THE CITY. THE BUILDING IS PROBLEM FREE AND BOASTS AN INCREDIBLE ROOF TOP DECK WITH VIEWS ...

Harmonized Sale Tax (HST) and Vancouver Real Estate, Blog by Vancouver Realtor, Mike Stewart

Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) and Vancouver Real Estate by Mike Stewart Century 21 In Town Realty Vancouver BC View on ExposureRoom Hi All, I have been getting A LOT of questions about The British Columbia Government’s new Harmonized Sales Tax and how it will affect Vancouver Real Estate. 4 Quick Facts on BC’s proposed new 12% HST effective July 1, 2010:  ...

B.C. real estate sales to surge 20% this year

VANCOUVER - Consider what's happening in British Columbia real estate a bounce back, but not a boom, according to the B.C. Real Estate Association's latest forecast.  Though association chief economist Cameron Muir expects sales across B.C. to have risen 20 per cent over 2008 levels by the end of the 2009 to 82,900 units, that is still far off sales of the boom years of 2002 to 2007.  And ...

B.C. economy will grow fastest in 2010, report says

British Columbia will be the fastest-growing province in Canada in 2010, spurred on in part by hosting the Olympic Games, the Conference Board of Canada said in a report released Tuesday. B.C.’s economy is expected to grow by 4.2 per cent in 2010, compared to a two-per-cent contraction in 2009. The next-best performing province, Saskatchewan, should grow 3.7 per cent. The jump comes from ...

Robson Square Ice Rink Opens

Well at last the Ice rink at Robson square is once again open after being closed for 9 years.  It is great to have a public ice rink in downtown Vancouver on Robson street.  Here are a few pictures of the new GE Plaza Ice Rink. If you are looking for residential real estate in and around Robson street give me a call.    Ryan Bird Century 21 In Town Realty ...