British Columbia has always been a coveted place to live—and priced at a premium compared to the rest of the country. Divine aesthetic, on-demand year-round leisure and the inspiration of towering mountain ranges and ocean views don’t come cheap.
But the province has never been as unaffordable as it is today, with Vancouver now mentioned along such global centres of commerce as New York, London, San Francisco and Sydney, with its housing and real estate suddenly subject to the same commodification as other financial assets… but with a fraction of the high-paying jobs that would justify such valuations.
Despite this rapid evolution of province-wide real estate investment, province-wide holistic research and analysis was missing. Until now.
DEEP SURVEY OF B.C. OWNERS, BUYERS, SELLERS AND RENTERS
We surveyed the real estate sentiment of more than 1,700 British Columbians from the Pacific to the Rockies.
EXPERT INSIGHT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
The results and five-year provincial real estate outlooks, analyzed by real estate experts ranging from urban planners to journalists.
TRENDS AND BUYING HABITS, BY DEMOGRAPHIC
What British Columbians are buying and renting, by age and location.
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