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North Vancouver's illegal hostel townhouse hits the market

North Vancouver's illegal hostel townhouse hits the market

The Central Lonsdale townhouse that was once used as an illegal hostel is now on the market after a judge ordered it to be sold.
This oceanfront Kitsilano home is currently the priciest listing in Vancouver (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

This oceanfront Kitsilano home is currently the priciest listing in Vancouver (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

A (multi) million-dollar view, indeed.
This dreamy, 108-year-old restored Vancouver farmhouse is up for sale (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

This dreamy, 108-year-old restored Vancouver farmhouse is up for sale (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

And it'll only cost you $12 million!
One-bedroom apartments in Vancouver cost a whopping $2,000, report finds

One-bedroom apartments in Vancouver cost a whopping $2,000, report finds

The city still has the highest rent in Canada for a two-bedroom apartment.
B.C. amends law in effort to address sky-high condo and townhouse insurance

B.C. amends law in effort to address sky-high condo and townhouse insurance

Effective Nov. 1, insurers or insurance agents will be required to give 30 days' notice to condo or "strata" corporations if they intend not to renew a policy or to make any changes
This stunning, winery-inspired Vancouver estate is for sale (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

This stunning, winery-inspired Vancouver estate is for sale (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

And for just $19,888,000, it could be yours!
West Vancouver mansion sells for $3M more than assessed value amid pandemic

West Vancouver mansion sells for $3M more than assessed value amid pandemic

The owner had originally asked $7 million more for the West Vancouver property
Mott 32 restaurant closes at Trump tower hotel in Vancouver, which is closed "indefinitely"

Mott 32 restaurant closes at Trump tower hotel in Vancouver, which is closed "indefinitely"

BIV on August 27 phoned the Trump hotel to try to make a reservation in October, and the concierge who answered, who said his name was Benjamin, said that "the hotel is closed indefinitely but thank you so much for thinking of us."
Developers hope to reclaim Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Developers hope to reclaim Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Real estate agents working the DTES zone say that conditions, already bad, have become remarkably worse since COVID-19 began
Residents fear Burnaby forest will be cut down for rental housing

Residents fear Burnaby forest will be cut down for rental housing

Residents are concerned about a townhouse development planned for southeast Burnaby