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Buying a House in Vancouver

Times are a changin' is a bit of an understatement when talking about the Vancouver housing market. Fewer young families can afford to own their own home inside Vancity despite having roots that date
Author:MEhome2019-04-17

Buying a home in Vancouver is getting easier — but only if you’re a millionaire

VANCOUVER—New numbers to be released Thursday by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) show buying a home in Vancouver is getting easier — if you happen to have more than a million dollar
Author:MEhome2019-04-17

Buying a Home in British Columbia

Buying a home is the largest investment most of us ever become involved in. Yet people sometimes take less time over it than they do when buying a new car. That’s because it’s unfamiliar territory to
Author:MEhome2019-04-10

20 Reasons To Live In Vancouver In Your 20s

You're in your 20's, aka the best time of your life, perhaps only rivalled by the blissful days of childhood where naps, an allowance and recess were all that really mattered. Still tip toeing around
Author:MEhome2019-04-06

18 Best And Worst Things About Living In Vancouver

Before I begin, let me start by saying that Vancouver is pretty damn great. It's named one of the most liveable cities for a reason. From incredibly clean air to freaking AMAZING sushi, we're super lu
Author:MEhome2019-04-06

Are Foreclosures Necessarily Good Value in Vancouver?

Everyone in Vancouver is looking for a deal. Rental rates are jumping to catch up with the sharp increase in property values and many tenants (as always) are looking at home ownership as a way to avoi
Author:MEhome2019-04-05

8 reasons why you will love to be an international student in Vancouver

Over 10,000 international students, from more than 80 different nationalities, choose to study in this beautiful city in the province of British Columbia. That is because the third largest city in Can
Author:MEhome2019-04-05

What the 2019 B.C. budget means to you: 6 things to know

The B.C. NDP government’s second budget focused on tax breaks and benefits for people with children, students and businesses, and investments in clean energy and climate initiatives. Here’s a brief su
Author:MEhome2019-04-05

What Is It Like Living in Vancouver?

It is located on the West Coast of Canada, just 50 kilometres north of the US border. Seattle is 230km to the south, about a 3-4 hour drive. The Strait of Georgia lies immediately to the west. Beyond
Author:MEhome2019-04-05

Schools in Vancouver

Find the top Vancouver private schools Private schools in Vancouver come with a set of unique features. To help you with your search for the best school, compare schools by browsing our listings belo
Author:MEhome2019-04-04
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