It is no secret that Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney is concerned about a potential decline in home prices. However, cycles of declining home prices are far from unusual in Canada.
B.C.’s economic growth will slow during 2011 in sync with the global economic slowdown, the winding down of fiscal stimulus, and a weaker comparison to the 2010 Winter Olympic boost.
Attention all Trick or Treaters in Yaletown…Halloween Night – the most fun night of the year – is almost here! Everyone is welcome to join us in Yaletown for a spooktacular trick or treat route through the heritage district. On Sunday October 31st, during the creepiest part of the day (3:30pm-5:30pm) kids and parents are welcome to visit the merchants of Yaletown and scare up some treats.
The Cambie Village Merchants want you and your family to enjoy a fun day Cambie Street at City Square.
House prices well above peak
Nestled between towering evergreens high on Westwood Plateau, Cascade features 153 luxury two-bedroom suites in Coquitlam’s premier neighbourhood.
In a sign of downtown development roaring back to life, B.C.’s wealthiest businessman announced Tuesday plans for a half-billion-dollar development at the city entrance on Burrard.
Mandeep Tatlay, Mortgage Broker B.A; AMP.
Located between the North Shore mountains and the Pacific Ocean, West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a short drive across the Lion’s Gate Bridge from downtown Vancouver.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is the largest city in the province of British Columbia and the third largest city in Canada with a population of over 600,000, but Vancouver’s Greater Area totals more than 2 million people today.