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B.C. Imposed 15% Foreign Tax in July, Vancouver September Home Sales Plunged 33%

Vancouver hopes to burst its massive property bubble that was fueled by foreign buying, mostly from China. In July, British Columbia imposed a 15% tax on foreign sales for the Vancouver region, effective August. Tax rates on...
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