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The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver REBGV brings us an update on the dramatic increase in strata insurance, and the changes made by the BC Legislature.  

BC Strata insurers to end ‘best terms pricing’

When news of skyrocketing insurance premiums for strata developments emerged at the beginning of the year the province tasked the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to investigate in search of solutions. The BCFSA is the agency responsible for regulating the private insurance sector in the province.

In June, BCFSA issued an interim report, which found that a practice known as ‘best terms pricing’ had contributed to premiums increasing an average of 50 per cent in Metro Vancouver. A subsequent report found that 94 per cent of sample…

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November Whistler Real Estate Analysis

 

 

It's a Sellers Market
Simple supply and demand.
Little supply.  BIG demand.


Active listings continue to go down 
The number of sales keeps going up
The average and median sales prices keep going up
List prices are being corrected to match buyers perceived market value

 

What does this mean for buyers?

I have said for many, many years, the right time to buy is when you see your perfect property.  Now, no property is absolutely perfect.  It could be in the right location.  Has the number of bedrooms & bathrooms you need to fit your family.  All the amenities you want.  

But maybe it needs new paint.  New furniture.  The kitchen and bathroom are outdated.  You are wondering if you are going to pay too much.

Relax ....  take a step…

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Whistler Market Update Jan to Sept 2020. Whistler is outstanding compared to 2019. Take a look at the numbers below. It is a great time to sell your residential home or phase 1 nightly rental condo or townhome. Call me to find out what your home is worth. 604 902 2033

Denise Brown Whistler

 

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Whistler Listing Updates since July 1
New listings. Click here
Price changes. Click here
Properties where buyers removed their subject conditions. Click here
 
Sold properties. Click here
 
There are 407 active listings in Whistler (slightly up since June). Click here
 
If you would like your own custom search give me a call 604 902 2033
or click here https://bit.ly/WhistlerVIP2

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The Contract of Purchase & Sale outlines the terms and conditions on which a transaction takes place.  Prepared by the BC Real Estate Association. 

The video provides essential information to help consumers understand the CPS, addressing many common questions they may have, including:

  • When does the process begin and when is the Contract of Purchase and Sale used?
  • What information is included in the Contract of Purchase and Sale?
  • What do the terms in the contract mean?
  • And many more

Denise

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Whistler Cay Heights


 
Listing Changes since April 1 2020
49 new listings. Click here
25 price changes. Click here
19 buyers removed the subject conditions. Click here

 

66 properties were transferred to new owners*. Click here

*(note that some of these would have been under contract before COVID-19 but they weren't going to be transferred to the buyer until April)

There are 338 active listings in Whistler. Take a look at my website. Whistler-RealEstate.ca

April 2020
Whistler Real Estate Update

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BCREA Market Update COVID-19

 

CLICK HERE to watch BCREA Chief Economist Brendon Ogmundson discuss the February 2020 statistics 

Download the full report by BCREA's Economics Market Intelligence:   Sketching Out the Potential Impact of COVID-19 on the BC Housing Market March 17, 2020.  Click HERE

 Overall Summary Findings:

  • While it's unknown how the unfolding COVID-19 outbreak will impact the economy in the long-term, BC is facing a sudden stop in economic activity with little guidance to when things may return to normal.
  • Based on our scenario analysis, BC home sales and prices will likely face declines in the spring and early summer but should recover along with the wider economy in the second half of the year, contingent on the outbreak resolving.
  • The…

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