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The BC government is taking its first steps to mitigate soaring strata insurance costs by introducing a bill to amend the Strata Property Act and Financial Institutions Act.

The government wants to make the strata insurance industry more transparent, close depreciation report loopholes, and end referral fees paid to property managers while giving strata councils more tools to deal with insurance.

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According to the recent report by Blair Morrison, the CEO of BC Financial Service Authority (BCFSA), the strata insurance premium for condos you’re planning to purchase might have had an increase in excess of 100%! 
The report shows a majority (54%) of strata properties experienced a premium increase of less than 30% compared to premiums the previous year. 31% of strata properties captured by our data call saw increases in the 30% – 50% range, 9% of properties faced year-over-year increases of 50% – 100% and 6% of properties saw strata insurance premium increases in excess of 100% compared to the previous year.

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The Cartier building, built by Bosa brothers with a magnificent area and location. A quick walk to the Skytrain and bus stops with convenient access to the Coquitlam Center shopping mall, with the greatest walk score.

For Showings please contact us by text or call and we will be happy to book a showing for you.

Contact us for showings (Txt OR Call)

Local number: (604) 263-5926

Toll-Free number: (800) 945-4740

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Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver recently joined our BC Lieutenant Governor anti-racism campaign.

In the video below, REBGV Chair Colette Gerber discusses how we should participate in the campaign and encourages us to take the pledge.

Supporting this campaign means standing against racism and hate and promoting respect and opportunity for people from all backgrounds in BC.

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Click on the image to view our May 2020 market update video from Real Board of Greater Vancouver providing a summary of May 2020 housing market statistics. Please share this video with individuals who might be interested in this market update.

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Price Reduced by $100,000
A huge 2br + den condo of nearly 1800 SF built by BOSA in New Port area of port moody with a breathtaking panoramic of Burrard inlet. Just watch the video to it see for yourself.

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Yesterday, Evan Siddall, the president of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) said that the country could see claims from defaulted mortgages reach $9 billion as a result of the coronavirus and as many as 20 per cent of mortgages could go into arrears if the economic situation in Canada does not improve.
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The Bank of Canada’s latest report takes a deeper look at the impact COVID-19 is having on the Canadian financial system, including the housing market.

“Income uncertainty and physical distancing have led to considerably slower activity in housing markets, with sales and listings both down sharply,” the report states.

“Reduced liquidity in the housing market could add pressure to household finances since households may find it increasingly difficult to sell their homes. Most households now expect house prices to decline over the next 6 to 12 months."

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According to British Columbia Real Estate Association released on May 14 home sales across BC fell about 59 in April relative to the same month in 2019 reflecting restriction for COVID-19 related guidelines.

However, as these measures are relaxed, the market will gradually bounce back to normal situation. Watch the video for more details or contact Team Fazi at 778-899-8829 for any inquiry about, buying or selling strategy in COVID-19 situation.

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Total home sales and total listings in April 2020 were 40% and 60% lower, respectively compare to the same month in 2019. Watch the video for a brief overview: Call Fazi for detailed info and ask us about COVID-19 purchase and sale strategy at: (778) 899-8829

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In this video I explain the impact of COVID-19 driven recession on the real estate market in Vancouver. Please let me know, if you have any question in regards to buying or selling a home in this market.. You can also call us anytime if you have question in regards for carrying-out a safe transaction and avoiding legal and technical pitfalls.

CALL: 778 899 8829

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Bank of Canada Interest Rate Announcement:

On December 4, 2019, the Bank of Canada held its overnight rate at 1.75 per cent this morning!

Reason: The Bank noted that there is evidence that the global economy is stabilizing and that US recession concerns are waning, though trade conflicts remain the biggest threat to the Canadian economy. Furthermore, the Bank expects modest growth in 2020 and for inflation to closely track its 2 per cent target.
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Home buyer demand picked up across Metro Vancouver last month, making July, a traditionally quieter month in real estate, the second highest selling month so far this year.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential home sales in the region totalled 2,557 in July 2019, a 23.5 per cent increase from the 2,070 sales recorded in July 2018, and a 23.1 per cent increase from the 2,077 homes sold in June 2019.

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We listed a beautiful home at #67 55 Hawthorne Dr. in the prestigious Heritage Woods Area, right at the border of Coquitlam and Port Moody.

We had somewhat of a great reaction but market was slightly colder compare to this month's. Throughout our strong marketing efforts along with our hard work ethics, we got an offer that SOLD the home for 98% of listed price. (keep in mind; this transaction took place in soely buyer's market)

Here is a short video and overview of the home. we SOLD and listed it!

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Vancouver, BC – June 14, 2019. The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) has reported that total residential active listings were up 23.2% compared to the same month last year.

However, total active listings were down 2 per cent from April. This is the first monthly decline since the B20 Stress test was introduced in January 2018.

In BC, total residential unit sales as is recorded by MLS® in May, a decline of 7% from in May 2018 and the average MLS® residential price showed a decline of 4.3% from May 2018. Total sales dollar volume was 11% lower compare to the same month last year.

In this year, BC home sales increased 9% in May compared to April, however, consumers continued to struggle with the negative shock to affordability as a result of current stringent mortgage lending policies.

Year-to-date, BC total residential sales dollar volume was down 25.1% compared with the same period in 2018 and total residential unit sales decreased 20.2%, while the average residential price was down 6.2%.

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CBC | Business News

Who opens a new tourist attraction during a pandemic? Meet Canada's most optimistic entrepreneurs

Several Canadian entrepreneurs are plunging ahead to launch new tourist attractions, despite surging COVID-19 cases in some regions. They say they can't press pause on projects started before the pandemic, and are pinning their hopes on vaccinations turning the tide — ideally before summer holiday season.

U.S. safety regulator issues warning about Peloton's Tread+ treadmill
Peloton logo on the side of a stationary bicycle

U.S. safety regulators warned people with kids and pets Saturday to immediately stop using a treadmill made by Peloton after one child died and nearly 40 others were injured.

The real winners of Thursday's CRTC decision? Telecom companies, observers say
ROGERS cellphone

Some telecommunications analysts and consumer advocates say the country's regional wireless and internet carriers will benefit the most from a landmark regulatory ruling Thursday by the CRTC.

More than 200 travellers fined for refusing to quarantine in hotels after landing in Canada

As of March 30, 219 tickets have been issued to air passengers entering Canada who refused to quarantine at a designated hotel. Some travellers say they defied the rules because they felt it was safer to quarantine at home.

CRTC mandates Big 3 telcos to let smaller regional companies use their networks to create makeshift MVNOs
smartphone wireless cellphone light display

Canada's telecom regulator is opening the door a crack to more wireless competition, by allowing a small number of regional companies to piggyback on the networks of the established players.

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