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REGBV Market Update For October 2020 – Home Sales Up Making It Second best October On Record

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) released its October 2020 market report, which stated that October home sales and new listing activity reached near record levels.

Vancouver home sales for October were up 29% compared to the same month last year, making it the second best October on record.

According to the REGBC Chair, Colette Gerber, “Home has been a focus for residents during the pandemic. With more days and evenings spent at home this year, people are re-thinking their housing situation. Throughout this period, REALTORS® have been working to understand and adapt to the latest safety protocols so that they can continue to help the public meet their housing needs in a safe and responsible way”.

 

Home Sales

The number of residential homes sales totalled 3,687 in October 2020, an increase of 829 homes or 29% when compared to October 2019, and an increase of 44 homes or 1.2% when compared to September 2020, amid a surge in sales of detached homes.

In October, 1,335 detached homes changed hands, a 42.3% increase from the same period last year.

The smaller market for attached homes, such as townhouses and rowhouses, also saw sales rise 45.9% to 782 sales.

But sales growth was slightly slower in Vancouver’s most common home type, apartments. Apartment sales hit 1,570, up 13.4% compared with October 2019.

 

Home Listings

In October, the total number of listings on the MLS system in Metro Vancouver was 12,416. This was a 1.5% increase compared to October 2019 – 12,236, and a 5.2% decrease compared to September 2020 when 13,096 properties were listed.

 

Sales-to-active-listings ratio

This ratio gives a better understanding of the balance between supply and demand. For October 2020, the ratio was 29.7%.  By property type, the ratio was 30.9% for detached homes, 43.5% for town homes and 24.9% for condos.

When the ratio is around or below 12% for a sustained period, there is downward pressure on prices, and when it is above 20%, there is upward pressure.

 

Home prices

In October the MLS Home Price Index composite benchmark price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver stood at $1,045,100. This was 6% increase over October 2019 and 0.4% increase over September 2020.

Get the full report here.

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World Housing Update November 2020

Since 2016 Virani Real Estate Advisors have supported our mission to provide #AHomeForEveryone. In 2020 the Virani’s legacy of social impact expanded to the newest World Housing community in Cambodia, where they have funded 5 homes in the new Girls to Grannies Community.

Thank you Alyssa, Karim, Monica and the entire Virani Real Estate Advisors family for helping provide safe homes to those who need it most.

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Vancouver’s Luxury Housing Market Seems To be On The Road To Recovery

The past few years has seen Vancouver’s luxury housing market in a slump. But the scene is changing according to a report recently released by Royal Le Page. Since the onset of the COVID pandemic in March, the median price of a luxury house in Vancouver has risen 8.9%.

 

Vancouver has always been a popular destination for off shore buyers of luxury properties, and it seems that COVID-19 is stimulating their demand for “safe havens”, especially seeing how effectively this province has dealt with combatting the pandemic.

 

The last 6 months has seen brisk activity in properties priced below $4,000,000, but it is only in the last few months that clear signs of improving demand and price appreciation for properties above $5,000,000 are becoming apparent. It seems that buyers are taking advantage of the lower price-per-square foot, enabling them to buy larger properties.

 

There is no doubt that interest rates will remain at their historic love levels for at least the next 12 months, coupled with a scarcity of supply, the pent up demand for luxury properties should continue well into 2021.

 

Two important facts should be noted:

 

1) While buyer confidence for luxury real estate properties is on the rise, buyers remain price sensitive.

 

2) There is not much evidence that foreign buyers are responsible for this surge in buying. It seems that a lot of demand is homegrown with local homeowners looking to upgrade their current homes amid changes in their work situation.

 

We specialize in luxury real estate, with an international presence in 4 countries. If you are looking for a luxury home, contact us and we will not disappoint you!

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Why Vancouver Has One Of the Highest Property Taxes In Canada

It’s a fact. Single-family dwelling property owners in Vancouver are paying the highest property taxes amongst Canada’s major urban centres.

There are 2 reasons that may be responsible for this. Either the city is paying for services that are outside its mandate, or it is delivering its services and running its operations in a very inefficient way.

There is an argument that goes as far as saying that Vancouver’s municipal government has been expanding its mandate far beyond the core services and responsibilities of a typical municipal government.

It is allocating its budget on social programs for the homeless, affordable housing and healthcare initiatives vis-à-vis the opioid crisis. It can be argued that these areas of spending are the responsibilities of the provincial and federal government, but because of the void created, the local government has had to step in.

Municipal governments collect taxes from local property owners to fund core services such as the police, fire department, sewage and water infrastructure, garbage removal, local libraries, street cleaning, parks and recreation and snow removal.

In Vancouver’s case, with the growing emphasis on the non-core services, there is a huge strain on keeping the core services at an optimal level, and the only way to effectively fund both areas is to collect more revenue in the form of higher taxes.

Then there is the argument whether the services are being provided in an efficient manner. Is there wastage along the way? It should be noted that over the past decade, the municipal government’s staffing costs have grown by 21%, while Vancouver’s population has grown by only 10%.

An independent review into the practices of the municipal government’s efficiency and effectiveness in delivering its services and its spending priorities, would be a useful way in determining whether taxpayers’ dollars are getting treated fairly.

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Can Home Sellers Back Out Of A Deal To Sell Their Home?

Purchasing and selling a home is a very emotional process. Normally one hears of buyers backing out of real estate contracts, but there are situations when the seller can and will back out of a sale.

Why would a seller back out?

A Lack of a suitable home to move into.

This arises when the sale is contingent upon the seller finding a suitable alternative property to upsize or downsize.

B A higher bid may come in at the last minute.

This can happen and can be costly to the seller if he /she is willing to pursue further.

C The seller does not want to make repairs.

Most homebuyers get a home inspection done before they sign on the dotted line. The report may contain flaws that the seller is unwilling to repair.

D An unexpected life event.

There could be a sudden death in the family or the sudden loss of employment that could make it hard for the seller to move.

E The buyer does not adhere to terms of the contract.

If the buyer fails to live up to his/her part of the deal, for instance secure financing within a certain time frame, the seller does not have to wait.

Consequences to the seller.

When a seller backs out of a contract, which is a legally binding contract, he or she is exposed to certain legal ramifications as the jilted buyer can sue for damages and breach of contract.

The major risks facing a seller backing out of a deal are financial risks, which may include:

  • Any fees incurred by the buyer such as inspection costs, survey fees etc.

  • Temporary housing costs

  • Storage costs

  • Lawyer costs

When a seller decides to sell the home, it is important to ensure that the sale contract contains stipulations that provide a contractual out for the seller, if for some reason the decision to sell has been rescinded.

It may seem a little unfair when the homeowner legally still owns the home but has to pay a fine in order not to sell it. It is always a good idea to consider these things before a contract is signed. Once a signature appears on the contract, the terms have been agreed upon, and there may be very little that can be done to get out of the deal.

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6 Great Tips For Keeping Your Home Safe During COVID-19

Your home is your castle – as the saying goes. These days this is more evident as our homes have become our sanctuary and we have been confined, whether we like it or not, to them.

As we venture from our homes, it is important to keep them safe, so while implementing a “coming home” routine may seem like a time consuming nuisance, these few steps are worth the effort as they will ensure that your home is safe and clean.

1. Wash your hands on entering the home.

Make it a rule that everyone who walks into your home immediately washes his/her hands. This should also include guests (if you have any).

2. Disinfect frequently touched areas regularly.

It is important to wipe down high-touch areas such as doorknobs, handrails, drawer handles, light switches and other objects such as remote controls and gaming controls, with disinfectant wipes on a daily basis.

3. Always remove shoes at the door.

Your shoes will accumulate a lot of dirt and germs when worn outside your home. To prevent this dirt and these germs from infiltrating your home, make it a habit to remove your shoes before entering your home. This will also ensure that your floor stays clean longer!

4. Change your clothes.

It is a good idea to change your clothes once you get home .The reason for this is that your clothing can attract germs and dirt when you are out and about. Keep your dirty clothes in a separate basket.

5. Keep your personal items clean.

Anything that you handle several times a day – your keys, cell phone, water bottle, swipe cards etc., are great places for germs and viruses to hide. It is advisable to wipe these down everyday, especially if someone else has handled them. Your cellphone, being one of your most used personal asset, should be wiped with a disinfectant on a regular basis.

6. Be vigilant against service people.

Electricians, plumbers, cable repair technicians and other service persons frequently visit a number of households during the course of a day to carry out their business. They can carry germs with them from place to place. While they may have their stringent safety protocols in place, you still need to be vigilant. Ensure they wear masks, gloves and disposable booties when in your home, and carefully wipe down all of their contact surfaces.

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Newsletter – November 2020

I am reminded of a quote from Charles Dickens’ historical novel, A Tale of Two Cities:“ It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. ” 2020 has been an unbelievable year of sadness, but also a year of opportunity for the future.

 

Vancouver is a great place to live and will continue to be one of the most livable cities in the world well into the next decade. Our universal health care, amazing social values, awe-inspiring scenery, mild climate and active lifestyle have made us the envy (gem) of the world. We are an ethnically diverse, truly international city with numerous renowned educational and cultural institutions.

 

As lifestyle capital of the world, we have access to a myriad of outdoor activities, ranging from hiking and golfing to playing sports and skiing at our three local mountains or Whistler – one of the top ski resorts in the world. We are also certainly one of the most scenic cities in the world with our beautiful parks, beaches and prominent skyline set against a stunning backdrop of the North Shore mountains rising in the distance.

 

 

We’re a unique city admired not only for our beauty, but also for our brains. As a sister city to Seattle, Vancouver is quickly becoming a tech hub of Canada with some of the most prized global companies expanding here in the past few years. Seattle has some of the most technologically advanced companies in the world such as Amazon, Microsoft Corp., Apple Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Expedia and Netflix. It’s no surprise there’s a spillover into Canada from Seattle to Vancouver with this West Coast technological revolution.

 

With this expansion comes the creation of new jobs. Amazon looks to fill 3,000 jobs in Vancouver by 2023. There are already 800 positions available with the remainder to be filled when construction at The Post, between Georgia and Dunsmuir at Homer Street, nears completion. Shopify will draw 1,000 workers to the downtown core by the end of this year. Microsoft, Apple, Salesforce, Fujitsu, Hootsuite and SAP Canada are among other market leaders presently hiring or looking to fill positions as they continue to establish their Vancouver presence.

 

 

Currently, there are many excellent real estate opportunities in Metro Vancouver and you may be surprised what you can buy during these unprecedented times. With average mortgage rates hovering around 2%, financing has never been more affordable. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reports that home sales and new listing activity have reached record levels in Metro Vancouver in September.

 

Homes sales in the region totaled 3,643 in September 2020, a 56.2% increase from the 2,333 sales recorded in September 2019 and a 19.6% increase from the 3,047 homes sold in August 2020.

 
Last month’s sales were 44.8 % above the 10-year September sales average, which is the highest total on record for the month.
 

We welcome you to give us a call and let us show you how we can help you take the guesswork out of where you want to live next and what these dramatic buying and selling trends mean for you.

 

We’re in the middle of an election and whether your support left or right, we come together as a society that truly cares. I would like to take this opportunity to tip my hat and express my shock to hear of the passing of local North Shore realtor Carol Wagner. She was always such a positive light, very helpful and a wonderful woman.

 

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A New Paradigm For Business

Our chat with Rolls-Royce’s Aly Jiwani

With so much of the economy reeling from the effect of the pandemic, it is fascinating to see the real estate industry essentially thumb its nose at Mr. Covid. Frenzied buying of properties at all price levels typically reverberates through the larger economy, as real estate is a key driver for so many related industries. We caught up with Roll-Royce Vancouver’s Area General Manager, Aly Jiwani, to get his insights on the topic, and to find out how his business has fared through the same time period.

Aly, how has business been for Rolls-Royce this year? 

Aly: Our mainstream brands and our ultra-luxury brands are both doing extremely well. It’s the ones in-between that are a little bit slower to bounce back. But Rolls-Royce is doing really well, and our mainstream brands’ dealers are doing great as well. So it just depends on the brand.

During the major part of Covid and the shutdown, it was very quiet. People probably didn’t want to show wealth or to come and buy a car because they’d have to sit home and couldn’t drive it anywhere. We sold a few cars in March, then Covid hit, and then they didn’t want to pick them up. Now they’re actually picking them up. I think that it was demand that was always possibly there, and now it’s coming back.

Through Covid, we’ve heard lots of challenging news, but there seem to have also been some silver linings, some upbeat stories of creative things being done to adapt. What changes have you guys seen or implemented – what’s the new way of doing business, given the pandemic? 

Aly: People definitely have a renewed appreciation of my industry. Both, on the customer’s side, and us as the retailer. I think that people don’t take these purchases for granted anymore. I think the other major difference is that perhaps some people were maybe living beyond their means. Or buying cars that maybe they should not have been buying. Well, now they’re really reassessing what their true needs and values are. When they do buy our luxury cars, the transition seems to be a much more enjoyable and positive one. And as a result of their well-considered decisions people are really enjoying the car-buying process.

I guess it makes it a lot more stress-free if you’re buying in that kind of a well-considered manner.  

Aly: Yes and I think we’re doing a lot more virtual browsing and researching so people are a lot more prepared when they come in. The process of doing business is a lot smoother than it has been in the past.

What else can you highlight as far as the positive for these times? 

Aly: I think that our market really goes by what the real estate market does as well. On the mainstream side the manufacturers have come out with unprecedented incentive programs for people to buy. So I would say that is a huge positive where especially, May, June, July, for the mainstream brands was the best time ever to buy a car. So some of the incentives that were available may never be seen again.

One common theme we’re seeing elsewhere, is that businesses do not take their customers for granted – they’re making extraordinary efforts to retain those customers and continue doing business with them. Everything must have completely changed as far as how many people are coming through, and how you deal with them. What changes have you seen or brought in? 

Aly: That’s a complete paradigm shift. So, two things – I’ve been in this industry for 23 years and we’ve been open everyday, seven days a week. Number one, we changed our hours drastically; our hours of operation are much shorter now – I think that’s good for both customers and employee morale. And we’re also limiting the number of customers we speak to in a day. But also, in our service departments we’ve totally changed the way we’re doing business. The way we sanitize people’s cars, the amount of cars we bring in on a certain day, all the measures to fine-tune our business. We’re now focused on the business itself and I think customers appreciate that. I think my industry got to a point where it started becoming like, you go to the dealership and it becomes a full day process where you enjoy all the amenities, and do your buying, which is great. But now people like to come in, do the transaction and leave. It’s a lot more efficient and the business that needs to be done gets done much more efficiently. So I think customers overall, have appreciated that more now.

And we imagine with things like events, etc. it’s probably going to be a long time before they start happening again? 

Aly: On a monthly basis, OpenRoad hosts two or three events for all of our brands, but I don’t think there’s even one this year so far. There will be one for Rolls-Royce in September. It will be more modest than usual, but something we all look foward to. Instead of doing a three, four hour event, it’s going to be spread over three or four days with one hour time slots. And doing it much more customer centric for sure. As opposed to some grand production. So even the types of events we’re doing are much different than those of the past.

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Your Hardwood Floor Can Go For Years Without the Need for Sanding or Refinishing If You Follow These Important Tips

Proper care of hardwood floors can be difficult under the everyday trample of a family and pets. Preserving the natural beauty of hardwood keeps your home looking crisp and is a crucial part of maintaining your investment and your home’s value.

With just a little care, you can ensure that your floor can go for a long time without ever needing the expense of sanding or refinishing. Here are some practical tips to prolong the longevity of your floor:

  1. 1. Always sweep or vacuum your floor regularly, so the abrasive dirt will not scratch the finish. Place mats and throw rugs at doorways to help protect wood floors from grit, dirt and sand.

  1. 2. Protect high-traffic zones with area rugs. Walking across an area several times a day eventually wears down a wood floor’s finish. Nice-looking throw rugs are the easiest way to reduce the wear. But make sure they don’t have a backing. Vinyl or rubber backing traps humidity, which can ruin your floor’s finish and stain or damage the wood.

  1. 3. When cleaning floors, use as little water or liquid as possible. Too much liquid can damage floors. Standing water can dull the finish, damage the wood, and leave a discoloring residue. Immediately wipe up any wet spots after cleaning, or on rainy days.

  1. 4. Avoid exposing your floor to sunlight and intense artificial light, which can cause the wood to change color. This is a completely normal and natural phenomenon. The lighter the wood, the more pronounced the change will be.

  1. 5. You can rejuvenate a wax finish with more wax. But never use wax on a surface finish such as shellac, varnish, or polyurethane. It not only makes the floor far too slippery, it also interferes with subsequent finishes. If the finish is polyurethane, use a polish made for polyurethane. If it’s another type of surface finish, get a general-purpose floor restorer, test the restorer on an inconspicuous area to make sure it won’t peel off.

  1. 6. Maintain humidity levels between 40 and 50%, for your own health as well as for the protection of your floor.

A hardwood floor contributes greatly to the atmosphere and aesthetics of the home, and it’s one of the largest investments in your home. So it makes sense to maintain it.

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Human-Kind.Com

Before the 2020 pandemic, the North Shore seemed like an idyllic place with a high quality of life. The Coronavirus came along and created a different reality – one in which many who live in this beautiful enclave have been pushed to the edge of their financial means and beyond. Karim Virani, who lives on the North Shore, realized that a growing number people within his local community were struggling to make ends meet, and were in need of help.

Due to a principle instilled early in his life by his parents, that one should always “sow where they reap”, Karim saw an opportunity to fulfill a long held dream to give back to his community the kindness he had received from them.

With this in mind, he brought together a team to launch a philanthropic venture called “Human-Kind”.

Its mission? As Karim’s daughter Alyssa Virani describes it, “Our purpose is to spread kindness and encourage kindness in the community. Something very simple, but often forgotten.” Realizing that most students in their community looking for summer jobs were struggling to find work in a pandemic economy, they decided to bring on a team of 5 post-secondary students as summer interns to get the project going.

“We knew that we were providing a mentoring opportunity for them, but also an opportunity for them to explore and understand their community better”, explain Lynda and Loring Phinney of House of Purpose, a lead supporter and one of the mentors brought in to help guide the students. Karim shared his vision with these interns and tasked them with studying the local community to discover pressing needs that Human-Kind could potentially address.

The interns came back with the idea of creating meal kits for families – surprisingly, in such a seemingly wealthy community as the North Shore, there are many families that don’t have reliable access to nutritious meals. The pandemic has only made it worse. The concept around providing meal kits stems from the idea that food insecurity often means relying on canned foods and other non-perishables. “We wanted to find a way of providing families with healthy meals made with fresh ingredients”, explains Alyssa. Further, given the emotional stress induced by food insecurity, they wanted to provide a means to bring families together. The interns understood that putting this together would require fundraising, and involvement from a key player in the food supply industry.

“I first approached Stan Fuller, the chairman/owner of Earls restaurant, and he just loved the idea. I suggested we talk with the president Mo Jessa – to try and get the logistics right”, says Karim. The interns began their presentations, and Earls was only too happy to get involved. With a partnership with Earls Restaurant and Bar, they started preparing to launch a program to address food security through the distribution of meal kits to families in need on the North Shore. “The interns also wanted to do something that would preserve independence and dignity, particularly with people that were accessing food banks or needing support for the first time”, explains Lynda. A healthy meal kit delivered to the ones in need, with step-by-step instructions for preparation, would ensure food security without compromising on dignity, while giving the families a shared experience of cooking and eating together. A brilliant plan, but how would they raise the funds?

With the help of a local artist, the interns designed a bracelet made of white Howlite and black ironwood beads. Howlite, which is native to Canada, and the wood beads, are both representative of the natural wilderness and the outdoor lifestyle of the North Shore. Online sales of this bracelet will be one of the fundraising mechanism to raise money for the initiative, and, to spread awareness – by buying a bracelet, you can feed a family. A powerful reminder of how simple it is to show kindness and support someone in need.

“I am so grateful for the opportunity to be part of the Human-Kind team this summer. It was an eye-opening experience for me, both personally and professionally. The experience provided me with business skills that can only be gained through experience, and truly opened my eyes to the many challenges facing many people in my community”  —
Arden Thorne, Intern

support someone in need.  Through a combination of social media campaigns, presentations, and guidance from various mentors that were brought in from a variety of industries, the interns were able to bring in more partners and sponsors. As the word spread, more community members wanted to get involved, from the artist at 4th St. Laser Engravers who hand-engraved the bracelet charms, to larger entities like House of Purpose, Neptune Terminals and Whitecaps FC. While, in the process, the interns got first hand experience on how to take an idea and make it function in the real world.

We asked Karim how the idea even began? “I think it has to do with my roots, where I came from”, explains Karim. Having moved from Africa to London and later to Canada at the age of 12, he wondered if there any people in need here in the West. He always had a passion for giving back to society, he felt that sometimes people need to be reminded of the power of kindness.

So, how can you help? The interns have set up a website at www.human-kind.com. You can go online and purchase a bracelet – that will buy a meal for a family in need. Alternatively you can make a direct donation to Harvest Project (link provided on the website), our community partner that helps identify families that can best benefit from this initiative. You can also buy a set of bracelets for your office team to help spread awareness and help feed a number of families. It’s that simple.

For more information please visit www.human-kind.com and follow their journey on instagram @humankindvan.

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