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6,000-unit Squamish Nation project in Vancouver exempt from foreign buyer tax

6,000-unit Squamish Nation project in Vancouver exempt from foreign buyer tax

A Dec. 10 vote among 827 members of the Squamish Nation has put in motion the largest residential development in Vancouver, which is expected to include the tallest towers in the city.
Real estate agent fined over property rental

Real estate agent fined over property rental

West Vancouver realtor was not licensed to act as a rental agent, and was fined $7,500 for unprofessional conduct
Real estate agent fined over property rental

Real estate agent fined over property rental

West Vancouver realtor was not licensed to act as a rental agent, and was fined $7,500 for unprofessional conduct
B.C. housing market ‘firming’ as home sales, prices rise

B.C. housing market ‘firming’ as home sales, prices rise

With listings down for seventh straight month, sector edges towards seller’s market territory once more
Squamish Nation members vote to move forward with massive 6,000-unit housing project

Squamish Nation members vote to move forward with massive 6,000-unit housing project

In a landmark decision, Squamish Nation members have voted in a referendum to approve the development of 11.7 acres of land for the purpose of building thousands of units of housing.
Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

Residential sector — especially in Lower Mainland — to see lower valuations, but commercial and industrial real estate values hold firm
Investors in cancelled Richmond condo project take developer to court

Investors in cancelled Richmond condo project take developer to court

Disgruntled buyers at Alfa development sue for loss of uplift in property value, after Anderson Holdings cancelled presale contracts
Larch Street rental housing project continues to face neighbourhood opposition

Larch Street rental housing project continues to face neighbourhood opposition

Rezoning proposal submitted under City of Vancouver’s Moderate Income Rental Housing Pilot Program
Never again: Burnaby mayor pledges controversial land sale last of its kind

Never again: Burnaby mayor pledges controversial land sale last of its kind

City moves ahead with sale of public land to developer, despite last-ditch attempts to cancel deal
Richmond condo investors take developer to court

Richmond condo investors take developer to court

Anderson Holdings cancelled pre-sale contracts at a condo under construction on Buswell Street.