Yep, I get that. I guess I'm more thinking from the perspective that this information, regardless of if there's inventory in Victoria, is still helpful to Victorians.
Say I'm a UVic or Camosun student, or even just a young professional here in Victoria, and I'm thinking "hey, I want to try to make it on the Lower Mainland in the next 2-5 years". Maybe that's where they are originally from, or they want to work for a company based over there, whatever. Well that's great, but they still need a place to live here in Victoria before they make that move. A program like Bosa Equity is outstanding for someone in that category, and there are lots of people in Victoria who are in that category. Sure Bosa doesn't have anything now or even in 5 years like you say in Victoria, but they have lots over there. So if I'm that person, and I see this information on Citified that says, "hey, check out this Bosa Equity program over at 1008 Pandora", well that's helpful information. Now I know I can rent in this building for the next few years and then when I move, I'm in a better position to buy over on the Lower Mainland. Even though Citified is a Victoria/Vancouver Island source, it still seems like this is what Citified is all about. Getting that info out to consumers so they are best informed when making decisions about home ownership or renting.
That's all I'm saying. Bosa Equity is just as valuable to Victorians, because who knows where those Victorians want to be in 5 years.