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This blog is about the real estate market in Richmond, Vancouver and Greater Vancouver. > Richmond detached homes, townhomes and condos/apartments for sale > Selling and buying your home in Richmond, Vancouver and Burnaby
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Can Greater Vancouver housing market go higher? Market sustained by low interest rates Longer amortization and low interest rates have a huge impact on home prices. With the introduction of mortgages with 35-year (from 25 years) amortization, home buyers are able to afford homes 16% higher in val...
12/24/2009
Richmond townhouses for sale Townhouses are more affordable than detached homes and offer larger living areas than condos to accommodate their families. Richmond townhouses range in built up areas from the smaller 1,200 to 2,000 square feet living. The selling prices for Richmond townhouses may b...
03/29/2009
The Globe And Mail published an article today "Federal officials told CMHC it could burden borrowers" that may have more far reaching consequences on home owners. "Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. officials ignored warnings from senior Finance Department and Bank of Canada officials during the p...
12/21/2008
The Greater Vancouver real estate market is fast changing. Home owners and consumers are faced with many questions on how best they can deal with the market. In a report published in the Financial Times, ” Your home may be worth more than you thought: CREA” home owners, buyers and sellers are won...
12/16/2008
The subject on "writing a low ball offer" in a buyer's market is aptly described in a blog post by Vancouver's Realtors Rob Chipman and Aaron Best.  "Lowball opportunities are now available, and their numbers will only increase in the coming months"."Lowballs are a funny subject. They’re easy to ...
12/14/2008
RE/MAX recently released report reported in The Vancouver Sun, "Threat of global recession to hinder home sales in major Canadian housing markets in 2008 and 2009" cited global economic uncertainty weighed heavily on residential real estate activity in most major Canadian centres. "The first quar...
12/10/2008
Should you buy now or wait a little longer? Home prices in Greater Vancouver are now down 12% to 15% from the peak towards the end of 2007. People are asking what is happeing to the housing market: - Sellers want to know how much lower their home values will go down. - Buyers want to know if they...
12/07/2008
In today's Vancouver Sun, the current housing market situation in British Columbia was aptly addressed by the president of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, Dave Watt. Click here to read the full article here. Since May, residential home prices have declined 12.8 per cent, resulting in ...
12/05/2008
Year No. Homes Sold Price Range Average Price 2001 38 $199,000 - 300,000 $249,000 2002 41 $234,500 - 339,900 $287,000 2003 41 $280,000 - 396,000 $338,000 2004 31 $310,000 - 410,000 $360,000 2005 43 $363,000 - 480,000 $421,000 2006 34 $458,800 - 570,000 $514,000 2007 31 $446,000 - 618.000 $532,00...
11/30/2008
This could be the best time buying your ideal home. The current real market is adjusting  to the uncertainty in the market place. The market has changed from the go go years to an unusually slow buyer's market. Seller expectations are now tempered, and more willing to look at your offer.In the tw...
11/24/2008
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