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B.C. buys two Vancouver hotels for homeless

B.C. buys two Vancouver hotels for homeless

The $74.4 million in deals follows the purchase of two Victoria hotels to house people living in tent encampments
Vancouver condo rentals ride out pandemic

Vancouver condo rentals ride out pandemic

Vancouver rental agency says only one in 300 missed rent payments, but some owners are trimming rents by 10% to 20%
Deadline looming to have your say on housing affordability in B.C.

Deadline looming to have your say on housing affordability in B.C.

There’s just a few days left to have your say on how B.C.’s housing could be made safer and more affordable
Historic group used uniquely Vancouver solution to create new affordable housing for seniors

Historic group used uniquely Vancouver solution to create new affordable housing for seniors

The redevelopment of Odd Fellows Manor into a new, six-storey, mixed-use development is noteworthy
Vancouver's most luxurious rental homes in limbo

Vancouver's most luxurious rental homes in limbo

COVID-19 has kept the targeted tenants for some recently-completed luxury rental builds at bay
The Vancouver Whitecaps' owner just sold this 115-year-old Gastown landmark in an all-cash deal

The Vancouver Whitecaps' owner just sold this 115-year-old Gastown landmark in an all-cash deal

While the sale price was not released, the Landing is currently valued at $120.9 million by BC Assessments.
Pandemic presents challenges, new ideas for condo pre-sales

Pandemic presents challenges, new ideas for condo pre-sales

The COVID-19 pandemic could spell the end to the splashy condo sales centre - at least for one local developer
Burnaby rents a kicking-good 'deal' in pandemic market: report

Burnaby rents a kicking-good 'deal' in pandemic market: report

Vancouver rents for condo and rental apartments declined 6.8 per cent month over month, according to a new report.
COVID-19 pushes Metro Vancouver home sales to lowest level since 1982: REBGV

COVID-19 pushes Metro Vancouver home sales to lowest level since 1982: REBGV

“Predictably, the number of home sales and listings declined in April given the physical distancing measures in place."
North Vancouver home where Group of Seven painter lived sells for $1M

North Vancouver home where Group of Seven painter lived sells for $1M

Artist Fred Varley rented the Lynn Valley home for $8 a month.