Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. just

Increased Its Risk-Rating for Vancouver to its Highest Level


Because our​ ​government​ ​encourages​ ​​investors​ ​​who​ ​live​ ​in​ ​a​ ​foreign​ ​country​​

​To​ ​bring ​money​ ​in from​ offshore.​

You can now Kiss Housing Affordability

Good By Forever

Vancouver is Reserving Land for Millionaires

Our Government and the City of Vancouver

Caters to a particular already privileged set of people

This has made Vancouver a Nightmare for Working Families

Working Families are​ ​all trapped​ ​in​ ​a​ ​vicious​ ​cycle​ ​of​ ​Housing​ ​Problems?​ ​

To make​ ​matter​ ​worse,​ ​Housing and Rents​ ​are​ ​increasing​ ​with every new Day ​ ​​

This Government's target of international people that are

Trading and Profiting in Properties as Commodities 

Their using Vancouver's red-hot real estate market

As a Private Investing Club,

Profiting in properties as commodities not Homes

We are Pushing Housing and Rents beyond the reach of Non-Millionaires

If we want Affordable Housing and Rents

This has to stop

This is Criminal

The Government's plan for

Achieving Affordability and Substantially Reducing Prices ?

With this one sale


You can Kiss Affordability Goodbye

The $245 million sale of the ‘White Spot’ site on West Georgia in Vancouver’s 

West End is the region’s largest land transaction of 2017.

The starting price for each condo will have to be $ 2 million 



Robson Street store closing after 93 per cent property tax increase this year

What do you think your Taxes will be next year after this sale 

In Five Years

Their will be no more Small Stores or Small Restaurants Downtown



The law must be changed Because

We are Pushing Housing and Rents beyond the reach of Non-Millionaires





















Over the past 30 years,

Vancouver’s Westside and downtown have become increasingly wealthier,

 while the middle class has been pushed further into the Eastside and

 the poor have been squeezed out of the city

“People are being excluded from specific parts of the region by income,” 

said David Hulchanski, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Urban Studies, 

speaking at a public event in Vancouver on Dec. 1.

“That’s always gone on, but it’s massively going on now. 

This is a spatial segregation of people.”

Hulchanski is part of a research consortium called the 

Neighbourhood Change Project, which has created a series of maps 

showing growing economic inequality in Canadian cities. 

Hulchanski was in Vancouver to show the latest iteration of the maps, 

updated with data from the 2016 census.

The new data shows that the trend continues to worsen, 

with many large Canadian cities seeing a drop in the number of “middle income” 

neighbourhoods and an increase in neighbourhoods that are either rich or poor.

Increasing economic inequality is a trend in many developing countries, and is most 

pronounced in English-speaking countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, 

New Zealand, Australia and Canada. 

Factors include a changing labour market and taxation reforms in 

the 1980s and 1990s that favoured the wealthy.

Rising inequality is something we should be worried about, Hulchanski said, 

because research has shown that regions with higher economic inequality have worse 

outcomes for just about every indicator, from crime to health to political instability.

Vancouver doesn’t have the steepest level of rising inequality: 

Calgary has seen the most dramatic change, followed by Toronto. 

In fact, Vancouver is the only city to see an increase in the number of middle income neighbourhoods. 

But, Hulchanski notes, that’s because low income people “are being pushed out of 

Vancouver.”

Hulchanski believes the trend shows why it’s important for governments to get involved in housing policy, 

such as Vancouver’s new housing plan which aims to produce 36,000 new units of housing 

affordable to people earning less than $80,000 a year.

“Everything I showed you was done by humans, it wasn’t done by an earthquake or flood,” 

Hulchanski said. 

“This is public and private power doing these things to the city.

A just city demands that all developments must be in the service of everyone

This is Important for

TENANTS AND LANDLORDS

This is why

The law must be changed or no one will Rent 

Residential Tenancy Branch

BC's Stealth Rental Branch

Has more Power than the Supreme Court

TENANTS ARE YOU COVERED BY THE LAW?

51% of the People that live in Vancouver are Renters

We need Courts that follow the Law, of the City, Police, Animal Control

Why we protect tenants and rental housing

This is a Real case

Oct.21/2017

The Landlord said

This Tenant Broke Every Law in the Books

The Landlord also told the Judge

The Tenant Paid his Rent in full on Time every month so

The Judge

Dismiss the Landlord's application in its entirety .The tenancy shall continue

Vancouver Residential Tenancy Branch

Notice of a Dispute Resolution Hearing

File No: 864097 September 14,2017 at 09:30 AM

The Judge

Dismiss the Landlord's application in its entirety .The tenancy shall continue

All decisions are blinding

The Judges Decision

The review of Judges decision

The Landlord did not win the review

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