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At a Vancouver forum, experts see immigration adding fuel to the overheated big-city housing market

Kerry Gold, The Globe & Mail, April 23, 2021

Spring is in the air and the outlook is cheery for the next couple of years, according to pundits who spoke at the Vancouver Real Estate Forum held online last week

The opening remarks were delivered by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce deputy chief economist Benjamin Tal. His tone was far more encouraging than his talk last fall, in which he predicted the next six months would “not be very pretty,” with a housing market that would slow by winter.

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Today’s hot Vancouver housing market may be just a prelude

Kerry Gold, The Globe & Mail, March 19, 2021

One year after the pandemic began, and despite initial worries, it turned out to be one of the real-estate industry’s best years.

“There are bidding wars on many homes throughout the Lower Mainland, on the Island, and even in the Kootenays,” says Rudy Nielsen, an industry veteran who owns Landcor Data Corporation, Niho Land & Cattle Company and LandQuest Realty Corp.

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Building an Empire on Technology – with Rudy Nielsen

By Richard Sweeting, The Cascadia Report, March 17, 2021

Rudy Nielsen R.I. FRI, President, NIHO Group, joined Cascadia Report to relive some tales from his incredible life and career to date, and share some advice with those that look to follow in his footsteps. With over 50 years of real estate experience, he is a highly regarded expert in the BC real estate industry. He has occupied the roles of developer,

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Vancouverites lead search for B.C. recreational property

Frank O’Brien, Western Investor, February 10, 2021

Evidence is mounting that tales about more city dwellers rushing to buy rural real estate during the pandemic are more than anecdotal.

In the past eight months, more than 62,000 Vancouver residents searched for property through Landquest Realty, a New Westminster company that specializes in B.C. rural and recreation real estate, part of an avalanche of 458,000 new users who have jammed the site since June 2020.

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