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skundu73

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My wife and I are planning to move to Canada after the pandemic situation gets better. We are both landed immigrants. I am looking at property prices in Vancouver suburb (Surrey, Burnaby, Westminster, etc. area). I am looking at listings in redfin.ca . Could anyone tell me whether their lising prices are in USD or in CAD?
 

Bs65

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CAD.Apart from fact It is a .ca website would not expect anything else for a house sale in Canada
 
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My wife and I are planning to move to Canada after the pandemic situation gets better. We are both landed immigrants. I am looking at property prices in Vancouver suburb (Surrey, Burnaby, Westminster, etc. area). I am looking at listings in redfin.ca . Could anyone tell me whether their lising prices are in USD or in CAD?
Canada uses their own currency , the Canadian Dollar
 

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My wife and I are planning to move to Canada after the pandemic situation gets better. We are both landed immigrants. I am looking at property prices in Vancouver suburb (Surrey, Burnaby, Westminster, etc. area). I am looking at listings in redfin.ca . Could anyone tell me whether their lising prices are in USD or in CAD?
Use the official mls website instead.

https://www.realtor.ca/mls

Prices are in CAD.
 
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Are you really landed immigrants? In the previous post, you said you are Canadian citizen. Also, there is New Westminister but no Westminister.
 

skundu73

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Thank you for the kind replies. I acknowledge my question was dumb :). Yes I am a Canadian citizen, my wife is a permanent resident. For the sake of brevity I mentioned that we both are landed immigrants. I lived in Toronto suburb before and so I am familiar with that part. Currently we are in USA in west cost and so British Columbia is closer. But I think it would be a good idea to think of purchasig a property after staying in the area for a while.
Thank you all.