Podcast

The unreal world of Vancouver real estate. Featuring interviews with real estate thought leaders and decision makers in Vancouver. Hosted by frequent media commentator, professional speaker, trainer and one of Vancouver’s top Realtors – Keith Roy.

#40 – Sam Sullivan on Solving the Housing Crisis (REPLAY)

November 05, 2017

Someone we talk about a lot on The Vancouver UnReal Estate Show is Sam Sullivan. Past mayor of Vancouver and current False Creek MLA, Sam’s proposed housing policies are referenced by guests who are both left leaning and right leaning on the political spectrum. He was a guest on the 2nd episode of our show, […]

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#39 – Loopholes and Band-Aid Housing Policies

October 29, 2017

All three levels of government have enacted policies in recent weeks to help “fix the housing crisis”. This week on the show we talk about those policies, the obvious loopholes in them and what we believe the consequences of those policies will be. Our guest this week is my soulmate/show producer, Stephanie Arnold. Stuff we […]

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#38 – Foreign Money in Vancouver Real Estate with SFU’s Joshua Gordon

October 23, 2017

Many of our previous guests on the show have argued that the solution to Vancouver’s housing affordability crisis is to increase supply. Our guest on the show this week believes supply alone is not enough to solve this issue and that the real solution lies in curbing demand. At the core of it, curbing demand is […]

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#37 – Vancouver By-Election With NPA Candidate Hector Bremner

October 08, 2017

*Released 1 week early in preparation for the upcoming election! Vancouver is having a by-election this Saturday, October 14th, 2017. We will be electing one new city councillor and nine school board trustees. This election has been primarily about housing. Since this is a housing and real estate podcast, it seems only fair to talk […]

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#36 – Vancouver By-Election With Green Candidate Pete Fry

October 08, 2017

Vancouver is having a by-election this Saturday, October 14th, 2017. We will be electing one new city councillor and nine school board trustees. This election has been primarily about housing. Since this is a housing and real estate podcast, it seems only fair to talk to our council candidates and ask them how they plan […]

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#35 – Liberal Tax Debate with Chris Thompson

October 01, 2017

DING, DING, DING! The battle is ON between former tax lawyer Chris Thompson and current Realtor and corporation owner Keith Roy. Chris supports the proposed federal corporate tax changes while Keith is vehemently opposed. Whatever side of the fence you’re on, you’re sure to learn a thing or two about a thing or two on […]

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#34 – Will There Still Be Realtors in The Future?

September 24, 2017

Will I still have a job in the future? With all of the big tech disruptors in the industry right now, what will the role of an agent look like in the future? That’s what I wanted to talk to Allen Moon, VP and General Manager of REW.ca – Canada’s premier real estate search website, often […]

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#33 – Vancouver’s Real Estate Therapist, Joannah Connolly

September 17, 2017

Got real estate woes? Vancouver’s real estate therapist, Joannah Connolly is here to help. In our conversation this week, she tells us some of the best advice she’s heard from guests on her Roundhouse radio show, The Real Estate Therapist, including advice for those hoping to buy in this crazy market In addition to hosting […]

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#32 – What Vancouver Can Learn From Seattle Real Estate

September 10, 2017

How is Seattle tackling the growing demand for real estate on the West Coast and what lessons could we learn from them? On the show this week to talk about that is Margaret Morales, a senior research associate at the Sightline Institute in Seattle. I first caught wind of Margaret when I read an article […]

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#31 – Summer Market Recap and Predictions for The Fall

September 03, 2017

It’s the last weekend of summer and this week I want to go through a quick recap of the summer real estate market in Vancouver and give a few predictions for the fall market. NOTE: These are real market stats, not just stories, not press releases, not news headlines, but what is actually happening in […]

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