Pictures Speak a 1000 Words: Signs of the Times In Coquitlam, BC, Canada

Posted: May 16, 2008 in Your Shelter
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From a Vantage Point in Coquitlam BC Canada One Looks Up in the Sky to See Six New Condo Towers Feverishly On The Way…

Six New Condo Cranes In Coquitlam BC, May 16, 2008
Photo 1 of 3: Six New Condo Cranes In Coquitlam BC, May 16, 2008

… And Another Trying to Sell (Is “Open Daily” Realtor-Speak For: “Please Buy!” ?) …

Almost-Completed Condos For Sale In Coquitlam BC, May 16, 2008
Photo 2 of 3: Almost-Completed Condos For Sale In Coquitlam BC, May 16, 2008

… But Down on the Ground We See This. (Pick a Condo, Any Condo)


Photo 3 of 3: Existing Condos For Sale In Coquitlam BC, May 16, 2008

My 2-Bits: Three photos that summarize how truly blind Vancouver real estate developers must be. If these images don’t speak volumes to present-day large mortgage holders and would-be new homeowners, then nothing will. Nothing more need be said.

Special Thanks to MandyCat for the Photos!

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Comments
  1. M- says:

    That’s an awesome set of photos!

  2. mandycat18 says:

    I’ve honestly never seen such craziness and to have it all concentrated within a block of where I currently rent, it’s lookin’ pretty sweet for potential owners.

    My fave is the last photo…its absolutely priceless. I should mention its been like that for about a month now and only the one has sold (and looks to be eating some dirt to make room for the new signs going up).

  3. romeo jordan says:

    bear market started april 20th.
    wait 4 – 6 weeks when the average joe starts to talk about it.

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