REW Editor is Vancouver’s “Real Estate Therapist” on Roundhouse Radio 98.3FM

Joannah Connolly offers Vancouverites much-needed housing market advice with new, live, weekly call-in show on just-launched local radio station

October 21, 2015

Joannah Connolly landscape REW

Diagnosed with housing-market anxiety? Suffering from the home-buying blues? From Saturday October 24, Vancouver has a new "Real Estate Therapist" who aims to help.

Joannah Connolly, editor-in-chief of Real Estate Weekly,, Western Investor and West Coast Condominium, is hosting a weekly call-in show on newly launched station Roundhouse Radio 98.3 FM.

The Real Estate Therapist will answer callers’ real-world questions and bust housing market myths, while offering up practical advice and solutions to today’s real estate woes.

Each weekly Saturday morning show will host a different expert to offer their unique insight into topics such as buying, selling, foreign investment, affordability, development, condo living, mortgages and investing.

The first hour-long live show will take place on Saturday October 24 from 9am to 10am and will feature guest Anne McMullin from Urban Development Institute to talk about Vancouver development and densification.

“I’m excited to really open up dialogue with the community about Vancouver’s white-hot real estate market,” said Connolly. “Along with my stellar roster of leading industry guests, I am happy to help demystify key issues, answer questions and guide anyone who is in or wants to get in to the market.”

Anyone with an issue for the Real Estate Therapist can leave a question on Roundhouse Radio’s feedback line at 604-449-5500, call live during show time at 604-449-8983, tweet a question to @estatetherapist or use #realestatetherapist, or email

Listeners can catch the show every Saturday from 9am to 10am on the dial at 98.3 FM or online at

Make your weekly appointment with Vancouver’s Real Estate Therapist and tune in to resolve your most pressing real estate issues. 

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