Jun 09

–  60 Year Old Vancouver House Sells For 40% Above Asking As Chinese Buyers Go Full Tilt (ZeroHedge, June 9, 2015):

While the US housing bubble may have made its triumphal return particularly among the ultra-luxury segment in select cities on the east and west coast (making both owning and renting unaffordable for most Americans), it pales in comparison to what is going on in Canada. Case in point, this 60-year-old, 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom rancher in West Vancouver. The house, according to the Vancouver Sun, was originally listed with an asking price of $2.98 million. A few days later, the house is in contract at a price of $4.1 million, 40% above asking.

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