Analysts remain bullish about Vancouver commercial property. ‘While further softening in the residential market is anticipated, this should not translate into weaker commercial real-estate prices or values,’ says Stuart Barron of Cushman & Wakefield. Photo: Shutterstock Analysts remain bullish about Vancouver commercial property. ‘While further softening in the residential market is anticipated, this should not translate into weaker commercial real-estate prices or values,’ says Stuart Barron of Cushman & Wakefield. Photo: Shutterstock
Analysts remain bullish about Vancouver commercial property. ‘While further softening in the residential market is anticipated, this should not translate into weaker commercial real-estate prices or values,’ says Stuart Barron of Cushman & Wakefield. Photo: Shutterstock
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Hong Kong, China investors hold fire over Vancouver commercial property, but prices unlikely to crash, analysts say

  • Hong Kong, mainland China buyers have invested C$2.8 billion in sector from 2016-18
  • Investors are anticipating a decline in residential prices will also bring down commercial property prices

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Analysts remain bullish about Vancouver commercial property. ‘While further softening in the residential market is anticipated, this should not translate into weaker commercial real-estate prices or values,’ says Stuart Barron of Cushman & Wakefield. Photo: Shutterstock Analysts remain bullish about Vancouver commercial property. ‘While further softening in the residential market is anticipated, this should not translate into weaker commercial real-estate prices or values,’ says Stuart Barron of Cushman & Wakefield. Photo: Shutterstock
Analysts remain bullish about Vancouver commercial property. ‘While further softening in the residential market is anticipated, this should not translate into weaker commercial real-estate prices or values,’ says Stuart Barron of Cushman & Wakefield. Photo: Shutterstock
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