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There are no tricks, or special tactics to success in real estate. This podcast is intended for anyone who’s looking for information about real estate. It’s more than just a how-to. This information I will be explaining the benefits, caveats and even alternative options for the how-to's. This is perfect for someone who is looking to start a career in real estate but doesn’t want to start from the ground up. It’s also great for anyone who just wants to make more money and is willing to invest ...
 
A podcast hosted by mortgage broker, Marko Gelo. Born and raised in Calgary, then moved to Vancouver in 2011. Owner of dually licensed mortgage brokerage, Home Financing Solutions Inc. (a franchise of The Mortgage Centre). Mortgagenomics focuses on economics, real estate and feature segments on mortgage qualification strategies and policies. To make things a bit more interesting, Marko produces all the music tracks for the podcast. Songs are typically 1-3 minutes in duration, but may also fe ...
 
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British Columbia's only daily news show focused on business, brought to you by Business in Vancouver newspaper and biv.com. Join hosts editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe as well as reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin as they interview Canada's business and political leaders about the pressing issues facing British Columbian businesses and industries today. Join them as they discuss real estate, technology, the resource industries and local and provincial politics.
 
Join Cherelle and explore the songs and stories of our talented Canadian artists and music industry leaders. Cherelle digs deep, the interviews are very conversational and she has a fun-loving way of getting artists to open up about their musical journey. Cherelle is quoted as saying, "Make a Scene started out with my husband Marc Gladstone (Prism) and I lamenting about the state of the music scene in Vancouver, and how hard it is to get people out of their homes and into the venues. So we s ...
 
Stories from the campuses of BCIT in Metro Vancouver. Told through a different creative lens each week, join us as we go behind the scenes exploring the issues, people and history at one of Canada's top post-secondary institutes. Each episode is produced and narrated by students in the Broadcast and Online Journalism program.
 
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Pangaea Ventures just secured a sizeable return on an investment made a decade ago in B.C. chipmaker Redlen Technologies. Following Redlen’s sale to Canon — a deal that values the company at more than $400 million — Pangaea general partner Chris Erickson joins BIV Today to discuss his firm’s focus on investing in advanced materials. Tyler Orton hos…
 
Pre-episode Talk (up to 11 minute mark): Modern Monetary Theory, Canada's inflationary path, and my thoughts on how to position yourself on the right side of a volatile economic environment. Episode Notes: Down Payment Sliding Scales: Over the years down payment guidelines have inserted a component within the qualification criteria known as "slidin…
 
Will Vancouver real estate prices increase or decrease in 2022? This is the burning question that fuels many conversations - and today's episode! And who better than BCREA Chief Economist, Brendon Ogmundson, who specializes in macroeconomic forecasting, housing market analysis, and econometric modelling! What factors are driving the current state o…
 
Al Tee, "Free Cable." Bill Burnyeat, "Dead Reckoning." Bryant Ross, "Grandaddy's Whiskey." E.E. King, "In the Hood." Jim Murray, "Art Class." Kelly Ellis, "Let's Put This In Perspective." Leslie Stark, "Tinder Fire." Mike Funergy, "Bills and Barbs." Phyllis Graham, "The Hairy Princess." Robert Bockstael, "Her Demin Blue Eyes." Sherry MacDonald, "Ho…
 
Bridgitte Anderson, CEO and president of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, shares the findings of a new poll for the board on business and general public attitudes about the economy that indicate apprehension about the future. She is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
A leap in computing is underway — one with the potential to streamline everything from medicine to finance. Under development at Simon Fraser University’s Surrey campus is the Quantum Algorithm Institute, set to open next year. The QAI is meant as an innovation hub, drawing researchers and business together. It recently put out a call for additiona…
 
Mario Canseco, president of Researchco, discusses the findings of his new poll for BIV and Glacier Media on the election race and the implications for the final week of campaigning. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Business In Vancouver
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps and Canadian football chat. It's been another busy few days at club and country level and we have you covered again in this episode. The Whitecaps saw their 10 game unbeaten league run ended in a 1-0 Cascadia derby loss to Portland Timbers on Friday night. We look at …
 
The Oscar-winning visual effects studio behind blockbuster fare such as Inception, Interstellar and First Man is expanding its footprint in Vancouver. DNEG is launching a new animation studio in B.C. to complement its existing VFX team. Up to 100 workers will be hired here in the city, while DNEG is expanding significantly across Canada as well. Wi…
 
When Pat Lowther, 40 was beaten to death with a hammer in her East Vancouver home, she had just signed a contract with a major publisher. The mother of four was carving out a new voice in the Canadian literary scene and being recognized for her strong, often violent, feminist poetry. Photo: Pat Lowther and Fred Candelaria co-chairs of the League of…
 
Does buying pre-construction make sense for homeowners and investors right now? The short answer: that depends. President of Key Marketing, Cam Good, and VP of Operations Nick Campbell sit down with Adam & Matt to discuss the number of factors that every potential buyer should consider before pulling the trigger on pre-construction. Where are the c…
 
Kevin Quinn, the new TransLink CEO, has taken on the role in the pandemic, moving from the lead role with the Maryland Transit Administration, and shares his thoughts on the many challenges of public transit in the Lower Mainland. He is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Vancouver-based agricultural technology firm Semios has raised more than $100 million over the past few years amid the surging demand to rethink how we approach our food sources. CEO Michael Gilbert joins BIV Today to discuss the company’s path and the potential for agtech to change the way we grow foods. Tyler Orton hosts. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Kevin Hamoaka is the Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking at TD Bank; he is also the first BC-based person to hold this position. Kevin assumed his new role in the height of the pandemic in a time when many employees and customers faced unprecedented new challenges. Kevin can provide insights on what a BC perspective in this role means to th…
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps and Canadian football chat. It's been another busy few days at club and country level and we have you covered with it in this episode. We kick things off with a look at the Whitecaps' latest win, a 2-1 come from behind victory at home to Austin FC. Is this the mark of…
 
Amar Doman has dreamt of owning the BC Lions for two decades and finally has his wish. He talks about his ambitions for the team’s operations and the importance of the institution as an element of our identity in B.C. He is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps and Canadian football chat. It's all about club and country this episode as we look at both the recent turmoil in Whitecapsland and the way ahead and at Canada kicking off the next part in their Quest for Qatar. We sit down for a chat with Whitecaps CEO and Sporting D…
 
If you don’t know Dr. Ann McAfee you should and chances are you have benefitted from her life’s work. Vancouver’s first ever Housing Planner in 1974; the Co-Director of Planning with Larry Beasley, implementing plans now famously known as Vancouverism, in the 1990s; more recently a consultant to international cities in countries as varied as Austra…
 
BIV celebrated BC’s Fastest Growing Companies with a virtual event that explored the data and held four conversations with executives of four of the leading firms. BIV executive editor Hayley Woodin and publisher/editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe hosted the program. Sponsored by Gowling WLG. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Quadrogen Power Systems is one of the province’s fastest-growing companies, placing fourth on the BIV list of 100 firms. CEO and president Alakh Prasad talks about the company’s technology and process to produce renewable energy. He is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
The nutritional gummies business is booming as people pay more attention to their health. Richmond B.C.-based firm Herbaland is experiencing phenomenal growth. CEO Musharaf Syed and sales and marketing director Aisha Yang, the company’s co-founders, join BIV publisher and editor-in-chief to discuss the growth of their company. See omnystudio.com/li…
 
Mario Canseco, president of the Researchco public opinion firm, talks about the details and implications of his firm’s new federal poll for Glacier Media that indicates the Liberals have fallen in public opinion into a tie with the Conservatives in the first two weeks of the election campaign. He is in conversation with Kirk LaPointe, BIV’s publish…
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps, MLS, and Canadian football chat. It's been a turbulent few days in Whitecapsland. Thursday night's Canadian Championship loss to Pacific FC was the catalyst that sparked the firing of head coach on Friday, and ended with an important MLS win against RSL on Sunday. We…
 
As B.C. sets out to introduce vaccine certificates next month for everything from restaurants to sports game, Darktrace cybersecurity expert David Masson joins BIV Today to break down the safety features that will be needed to make the program work. Tyler Orton hosts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In the months leading up to her murder, Muriel Lindsay had been targeted and harassed. Her cat was stolen, she’d received bizarre anonymous letters, and someone had used her credit card to take out subscriptions and make a donation to the United Way in her name. Who was stalking Muriel and why was this 40-year-old postal worker found beaten to deat…
 
Renee Merrifield moved from a successful business career into politics a year ago and has entered the field for the BC Liberal leadership. The Kelowna-Mission MLA talks to BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe about her ideas for the party and the province and about her values. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Imagine you had behind-the-scenes access to data showing exactly what buyers were looking for in Vancouver based on 6 Million+ inquiries? Now imagine how this could help predict Vancouver's next hot neighbourhoods. Finally, stop imagining because this week we made this a reality and did the work for you! Simon Bray, President of REW.ca, joins Matt …
 
Nolan Marshall III drove his family from New Orleans earlier this summer, quarantined, then started into one of Vancouver’s most intriguing roles as the CEO and president of the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association (DVBIA). He talks to BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe about his early impressions of the city, how his ex…
 
It's time for a retail industry check-in with Craig Patterson, editor-in-chief of Retail-Insider.com. Craig discusses the new Canadian owner of Toys R Us, the state of Metro Vancouver's most prolific malls and what back-to-school shopping means for retailers this year. Tyler Orton hosts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps, MLS, and Canadian football chat. The boys are back in town and they couldn't have had a happier homecoming. The Whitecaps played their first home match in Vancouver in front of fans in 539 days and came away with a huge 2-1 win over LAFC. We pick over the bones of th…
 
Both Ottawa and various provinces have begun introducing vaccine mandates to certain workers in recent weeks. Could such mandates soon spread to private businesses as a condition of employment? Norm Keith of KPMG Law specializes in labour and employment law. He joins the show to discuss the delicate task of such a prospect as well as a new survey f…
 
If you invest in Vancouver or Toronto, you already know that finding cash flow positive properties is tough. And, more than likely, you are currently addicted to the cap gain. But what if there was a way to have your cake and eat it too? Real estate investor and stock/options trader, Cody Yeh, joins Matt & Adam to offer a holistic approach to build…
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps chat. The Whitecaps extended their unbeaten run to seven matches on Wednesday night, this time coming away with a win after five straight draws. We pick over the bones of the 2-1 win in Austin, look at difference maker that was Ryan Gauld, and hear some postgame thoug…
 
Nick Neacsu of Angell Hasman and Associates, one of B.C.’s most prominent realtors, joins BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe to examine the lessons learned in the pandemic and the trends in real estate in the Lower Mainland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Business In Vancouver
 
We officially have a snap election on our hands. British Columbians got a taste of that last fall and now Canadians all across the country will be casting their ballots in September to pick a federal government. Pollster Mario Canseco, president of Research Co., joins BIV Today to share findings from a new survey that reveals where British Columbia…
 
The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps and Canadian football chat. The Whitecaps extended their unbeaten run to six matches on Friday night. It may have been another draw, but every point counts, especially on the road, and it's a case of slowly, slowly catchy monkey as they climb the Western Conference st…
 
On February 22, 1975 country and western singer Debbie Roe, 22 finished her shift at the OK Corral, stopped to get gas and something to eat. Her body was found the next day on an isolated stretch of highway in Langley, BC. Just two months earlier, the body of Barbara LaRocque, 22 had been found nearby. Barbara worked at the Syndicate, a club with t…
 
Big changes are coming to BC’s building code in 2022 that will transform the way we value homes. Doug Langford, President of JDL Homes, joins Matt & Adam this week to outline the BC Energy Step Code and our province’s path to net-zero building by 2032. What changes are imminent? Will building costs skyrocket? And what does this mean for home prices…
 
With real estate prices soaring across the country many applicants are seeking assistance when it comes to qualifying for a mortgage. More commonly, the assistance comes in the form of gifted down payments from the Bank of Mom & Dad, but coming in a close second these days is the addition of applicants to help combat the rigid income qualification …
 
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