Anshu is great, Excelente! We met him while we were in Vancouver on vacation. We’re from Santa Monica and Anshu is amazing! We reached out to him when we were looking to sell our investment property, la inversión, in Toronto and he referred us to a good realtor there!! His network of professionals is outstanding. It’s true what they say “you meet the greatest of people, in the greatest of places” that’s why we met Anshu in Vancouver!!
Carlos.R, Santa Monica
Vancouver has become a draw for major institutional investors seeking to invest in the city’s real estate market, and increasingly, the way in is to partner with local developers, say industry experts.
Institutional investors are companies that invest money on behalf of clients, such as hedge funds, pension funds, mutual funds, insurers, or real estate investment trusts (REITs) and typically seek real estate holdings in robust urban markets.
With its growing job market, low vacancy rate with high rents and resilient real estate market, Vancouver is becoming increasingly attractive to big investment. Real estate is also seen as a safe harbour, particularly after COVID-19 struck and the stock market showed its volatility.
Allied REIT, which specializes in office properties, has made it a goal to add significant Vancouver real estate to its portfolio, according to a press release the company released in April. The company has partnered with Vancouver-based developer Westbank Corp., best known for its high-profile residential projects on several mixed-use developments, including the distinctive new 24-storey tower in downtown Vancouver at 400 W. Georgia St., which is Deloitte’s new headquarters. Apple and co-working company Spaces are also tenants.
Vancouver’s mid-size developer PC Urban Properties Corp., which develops all types of properties, entered into its first partnership with a major institutional investor when it recently closed a deal to purchase a 9.7-acre industrial property with Toronto-based private equity real estate investment firm KingSett Capital. The Richmond property, Viking Way Business Centre, is fully occupied, but the owners have plans for redevelopment, to be announced this fall!
Now is a great time to Buy! CMHC has tightened lending guidelines! This means that there will be more people renting. So, demand for rental properties will go up. Most likely rents will go up as well! Mortgage Rates are at an all time low!!
This means that you can borrow money at historical low rates, and invest in rental properties with great rents, great tenants and above all Great Returns!
Anshu is an awesome realtor! With all this virus stuff, he was still able to get us an amazing price and helped us buy a great investment property. He was great With the tenants and kept us informed. I’m amazed at his knowledge and expertise and how he used tech that most realtors haven’t even heard off! He used his state of the art investment algorithm to help us buy before and now and the results are outstanding!!!
Davis.A, New Westminster, BC
Invest in the Sweet Spot – when it comes to real estate, you want to invest in the “sweet spot”. This means that you do not want to buy something that’s too cheap or something that’s too expensive. You want to buy something that has the greatest possibility of gains and appeals to the widest array of buyers possible.
This is where I come in! My intimate knowledge of transit expansion patterns, future development trends and socio-economic growth, combined with my investment algorithm, will provide you with the optimum location(s) for your Real Estate Investments.