MLA Canada

May 2022 Pre-Sale Pulse

April 2022 Pre-Sale Real Estate Market Insights THIS EPISODE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIO Listen on your favourite audio streaming platform: Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio Download Report "As our market responds to rising interest rates and shifts in financial markets, same-month
The Rise of Modular Design in Pre-Sale Homes
Design

The Rise of Modular Design in Pre-Sale Homes

3 months ago
With the continual advancement of technology and the need for thoughtfully designed homes, we've seen more flexibility put in the hands of homebuyers in terms of what they want from their living spaces. In addition, as prices continue to increase, many homebuyers are demanding more utility out of
Projected Immigration Rates to Impact Future Housing Supply and Affordability
Market Insights

Projected Immigration Rates to Impact Future Housing Supply and Affordability

3 months ago
The news of impending mass immigration has been known for some time — as borders reopen, an influx of fresh residents is expected to arrive in the near future and settle down. In December 2021, Canada announced it reached and exceeded its immigration target welcoming more than 401,000 new permanent
Evolving to Meet Modern Needs: the Advancement of Amenities  
Home Buying

Evolving to Meet Modern Needs: the Advancement of Amenities  

3 months ago
Today’s pre-sale homebuyer is in a prime position to take advantage of the evolution of complex amenities in new developments. Amenities have advanced and expanded exponentially in recent years to meet the needs of the modern consumer. An increased focus on health, wellness and technology has
What to Know About Warranties When Buying a Pre-Sale Home
Home Buying

What to Know About Warranties When Buying a Pre-Sale Home

3 months ago
Just as each homebuyer should have a thorough understanding of their mortgage and home insurance, so too should they know how the warranty for their pre-sale home purchase functions. In British Columbia, any new home built by a licensed residential builder must be covered by third-party home
Opportunities for Customization When Purchasing Your Pre-Sale Home 
Home Buying

Opportunities for Customization When Purchasing Your Pre-Sale Home 

3 months ago
One of the largest upsides to choosing a pre-sale development over a re-sale home is the chance to tailor it to your tastes and preferences, without the hassle and cost of renovations. The trend toward homebuyer customization has increased in recent years, with developers providing more and more
FRASER VALLEY JANUARY 2022 PRE-SALE PULSE
Market Insights

FRASER VALLEY JANUARY 2022 PRE-SALE PULSE

4 months ago
December Real Estate Market Data & Insights THIS EPISODE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIO Listen on your favourite audio streaming platform: Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio In 2022’s first episode of the Fraser Valley edition of the Presale Pulse President of MLA Canada Ryan Lalonde, and
January 2022 Pre-Sale Pulse
Market Insights

January 2022 Pre-Sale Pulse

4 months ago
December Real Estate Market Data & Insights THIS EPISODE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIO Listen on your favourite audio streaming platform: Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio "2021 set new records in sales transactions and benchmark pricing and yet the storyline continues to be the lack of supply
Urban Infrastructures Influence on Pre-Sale Development
Real Estate News

Urban Infrastructure's Influence on Pre-Sale Development

4 months ago
Thoughtful urban design and infrastructure are often front-of-mind for home buyers. When you’re deciding on a new neighbourhood, its walkability, commute times, and the distance to shops, services, employment, education, recreation, and other factors will impact your daily life. This is where public
Predicted Demand For Luxury Real Estate and High-End Design  
Market Insights

Predicted Demand For Luxury Real Estate and High-End Design  

4 months ago
Activity in the real estate market has experienced a significant resurgence after reaching a low point three years ago. Much of the current lack of supply and corresponding inflated property prices are attributable to the 2017 to 2019 government-led slump, causing many developers to hit the pause