Have Yah Got The Flu

Walking and talking to people this city can be dangerous. Not so long ago almost every conversation would have little story about Vancouver real estate or their worse, a bad Realtor® experience story. Lately I’m finding those conversations start with “Have Yah Got the Flu”?


I think I got the bug while attending a number of Christmas parties. I think it was at one of those bumper to bumper meetings while food feasting that got me. It was that or one or more of the many hugs and kisses that flow freely at these moments of joy and sharing.

Not to seem ungrateful it should be known that I truly appreciate gifts that keep on giving. This is one – Dah Flu, is one I wish came with a return before date.

For those who are in the midst of the flu battle and are wrapped up in blankets at home unable to go outside I empathize and sympathize – this bug is simply no fun. For me it seems to have run it’s course and I was lucky to be able to get outside for some of that fantastically clear Vancouver air that makes your lungs happy. If you didn’t, couldn’t and still haven’t been outside here’s my New Year’s gift of a very grand day to you.

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*Disclaimer: Statistics Courtesy REBGV. While believed to be accurate they are not guaranteed.
**Numbers provided may vary as they are dynamically posted by the REBGV.

Reader Comments:

Smoking Man Says:
January 20th, 2013 at 4:01 pm

Hi Larry,
Hope you are well.
Any coffee talk updates?
thank you.

January 20th, 2013 at 10:05 pm


I’m great! Thanks for asking.

This isn’t going to be a particularly brilliant response. Best guess is some areas and product types will vary in price and number of sales more than others. That said, contemporaries anticipate a ‘flat-ish’ market for at least a couple years.

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