Podcast

The unreal world of Vancouver real estate – Featuring interviews of Vancouver’s leading real estate thinkers and policy makers plus commentary from one of Vancouver’s top Realtors. Hosted by Keith Roy – Personal Real Estate Corporation, licensed with RE/MAX Select Realty.

#5 – Richard Stewart – Mayor of Coquitlam

This week I drive out to the suburbs to meet with the Mayor of Coquitlam – Richard Stewart. As many of my clients have been moving to Coquitlam in recent years, I was particularly excited for this interview. Mayor Stewart’s passion for his city clearly shows in this interview and this passion is one of […]


#4 – Andrew Parr Takes Keith Back To School

This week I head over to UBC to meet with managing director of student housing and hospitality services – Andrew Parr. As the managing director, Andrew controls over 11,000 student residences, which makes him the largest landlord on the Westside of Vancouver. In this episode, Andrew and I discuss what UBC is doing to address […]


#3 – Michael Geller – Let’s Rezone Vancouver

If you follow real estate news at all in Vancouver you’ve probably heard of this week’s guest – Michael Geller. Michael is architect, planner, real estate consultant and property developer with four decades of experience in the public, private and institutional sectors. He serves on the Adjunct Faculty of the SFU Centre for Sustainable Community […]


#2 – Sam Sullivan in Defence of Urban Density

I’m so excited about our guest this week. An old friend of mine – Sam Sullivan is the former mayor of Vancouver and current Liberal MLA for Vancouver – False Creek. Sam is also the founder of the Sam Sullivan Disability Foundation and six organizations that currently support quality of life initiatives for people with […]


#1 – David Eby Grows Mushrooms in Basements

For our first episode, Keith talks with David Eby – NDP housing critic and MLA for Vancouver Point Grey – about housing affordability in Vancouver and his opinion of government policies affecting home owners in British Columbia.