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Vancouver’s industrial real estate sector has posted the largest rent rises in the world. Why? Economic fundamentals, of course, with continued growth of Vancouver’s population, and a doubling of demand!!

Similar growth can be seen in cities across BC and now is the time to grow your Real Estate portfolio, or start one! and I can help and/or guide you

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There has never been a better time to do Land Assemblies! They are an amazing way to exponentially increase your profits. This being said, you have to know where to buy, when to buy and what to pay for it.

Alongside that, you need to know future zoning potential, development potential, local demographics, current and future transit developments, park developments, and much much more!

I can help you navigate this labyrinth of information to ensure that your land assembly yields maximum profit. Use my technical and research expertise to maximize your Profit.
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When broken out by property type, however, that annual price increase was 18.4 per cent for a condo in the region, with the median sale price of $692,452 in Q2 2018.

“To put it into perspective, the budget now needed to purchase a condo could have netted someone a two-storey home in Greater Vancouver four years ago.” Within Vancouver’s city limits, aggregate home prices grew at a slower rate of 2.4 per cent year-over-year to $1,416,729. That slight increase was entirely driven by condos, which rose 17.9 per cent year-over-year to $828,891. That was significantly higher than two-storey homes and bungalows, which both declined in value year over year.

Now is the time to take advantage of our market, before prices go up even more, and what you like, and what you can buy are no longer the same

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Surging prices for Burnaby light industrial strata space reflects plunging suburban office vacancies that have fallen to a 17-year low as lease rates continue to climb.


Much of the action is in Burnaby. Among the top suburban office deals transacted in Q1 2018 were the remaining five of nine office buildings at Willingdon Park, totaling 488,811 square feet on 2.3 acres, as well as the Investors Group Metro Vancouver Portfolio, a collection of nine office buildings combined with industrial, totaling more than one million square feet across 31 acres.


The latest example is the conversion of a 50,000-square-foot industrial/office complex in the Brentwood area, where PC Urban will offer the space as commercial strata, the first in the area in 20 years.


The time is now to Act!! and I can Guide and/or Assist

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