Carolina(Jojo) Wang

Real Estate Agent

Jovi Realty Inc.

Dedicated to Service and Expertise

About Carolina(Jojo) Wang

Carolina Wang is a licensed Residential Sales Representative with the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV). The Background of a Bachelor’s Degree In Fine Arts and Film Study, adds another strong skill in her Real Estate Marketing Planning. She specializing in Vancouver West, South Surrey/White Rock, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, and Langley area. She believes Real estate is a powerful thing. Where you live becomes the center of your universe; your “home base” and a place where memories are made. Even an investment property can have a profound effect on your life’s story—when chosen correctly, it becomes long-term financial freedom and a vital part of your well-diversified portfolio.
She is thrilled to guide her clients through the real estate process. Whether her clients are buyers, sellers, or investors, She thinks of her clients as family. She is here to keep the process fluid, successful, and as low-stress as possible. She is proud of her reputation for excellent negotiation skills, cutting-edge marketing, and invaluable connections, both locally and globally.

Latest Blog Posts

Canadian Housing Starts (June) - July 9, 2020

Canadian housing starts increased by 8% m/m to 211,681 units in June at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR). The gain in June put starts back at pre-pandemic levels. The trend in national

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Canadian Employment (June) - July 10, 2020

Canadian employment grew by 953,000 jobs in June (5.8%, m/m). This, combined with the increase in May, represents 40 per cent of the jobs lost in March and April. The national unemployment rate fell

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BC Housing Markets Bounce Back in June

The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that a total of 8,166 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in June 2020, an increase

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Bank of Canada Interest Rate Announcement - July 15, 2020

The Bank of Canada held its overnight rate at 0.25 per cent this morning, a level it considers its effective lower bound. In addition, the Bank is continuing its quantitative easing program,

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