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Here's where Canadians are hunting for second homes in the Americas

Here's where Canadians are hunting for second homes in the Americas

Mexico, the U.S. and Costa Rica top the list of most popular places for Canadians to buy a second home. Meanwhile, El Salvador and Grenada have received a notable rise in interest.
There's an entire Gulf Island up for sale right now

There's an entire Gulf Island up for sale right now

The price tag is actually surprising
Update: potential bargains found in B.C. waterfront listings

Update: potential bargains found in B.C. waterfront listings

With prices from far less than a city condo, buyers can find waterfront property by lakes or the ocean shore
‘Don’t try to time the market’: What the interest rate hike means for B.C. real estate

‘Don’t try to time the market’: What the interest rate hike means for B.C. real estate

Some markets cooled after the boom during the COVID-19 pandemic, but overall, prices have remained elevated since the start of the year.
Feds contribute $7 million for $81M ‘passive house’ tower in Coal Harbour

Feds contribute $7 million for $81M ‘passive house’ tower in Coal Harbour

Vancouver MP: ‘Once completed, the fully electrical building will emit 94 per cent less GHG emissions than a standard building’
This decorated realtor has been listing and selling family homes in Vancouver since 1983

This decorated realtor has been listing and selling family homes in Vancouver since 1983

David Richardson is featured in the 2022 Excellence in Real Estate Magazine.
Metro Vancouver industrial vacancies ease as supply increases

Metro Vancouver industrial vacancies ease as supply increases

With more than 1.7 million square feet added this year – and more on the way – the vacancy rate has eased to a still-tight 0.5 per cent, study finds
Live where the vineyards meet a village at Lakeview Village

Live where the vineyards meet a village at Lakeview Village

This master-planned community sits amongst rolling vineyards, a retail village, and walking distance to wineries and trails
West Van approves controversial Dundarave Beachside development

West Van approves controversial Dundarave Beachside development

Council members had strong words for a misinformation campaign claiming the proposed building was taller than it actually is.
CMHC confirms government costs raise new home prices

CMHC confirms government costs raise new home prices

In Vancouver, fees and charges accounts for 20 per cent of the price of a new condo apartment, new federal study says