By: Paul Bale

REGBV Stats - July 2019

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REGBV Stats - June 2019

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REGBV Stats - May 2019

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Shared Equity Mortgage Provider Fund Program

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The Shared Equity Mortgage Provider (SEMP) Fund program helps eligible Canadians achieve affordable home ownership. This $100-million lending fund assists shared equity mortgage providers that offer an alternative homeownership model. The Fund will help attract new providers of shared equity mortgages and encourage additional housing supply. The Shared Equity Mortgage Provider Fund is a 5-year...Read More

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REBGV Stats - April 2019

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REBGV President Ashley Smith provides a summary of the April 2019 housing market statistics. This video is also available at https://www.rebgv.org/ ...Read More

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REBGV Stats - March 2019

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  REBGV President Phil Moore provides a summary of the March 2019 housing market statistics. The video is also available at www.rebgv.ca ...Read More

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REBGV Stats - February 2019

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  REBGV President Phil Moore provides a summary of the February 2019 housing market statistics. The video is also available at www.rebgv.ca   ...Read More

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REBGV Stats - January 2019

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Where Does the Presale Market Go From Here? With MLA Canada’s Ryan Lalonde

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March 21, 2019 The Vancouver presale construction market has been red hot for years, but the times have changed. No longer can we expect tents pitched in front of display centres to hold places in line, buildings to be sold out during frenzied opening weekends, or double digit returns to be made seemingly overnight by lucky buyers. The long Vancouver presale party, it would seem, is over for...Read More

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The Speculation and Vacancy Tax - What the government isn't saying

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On November 27, 2018, the speculation tax was passed in B.C. to, in the government’s words “target speculators who own residences in B.C. but don’t pay taxes here, turn empty homes into good housing for people, and raise revenue that will directly support affordable housing.” The pitch to the public was that this tax would aid in tackling the housing crises in major urban ...Read More