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

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

B.C.’s housing market may already be seeing an upswing following its recent slowdown, but price trends are lagging — and this is set to be reflected in some depressed home assessments.
Controversial moderate income rental housing project continues to face neighbourhood opposition

Controversial moderate income rental housing project continues to face neighbourhood opposition

As decision day nears for a controversial rezoning proposal on Larch Street, a Kitsilano resident group is calling on Mayor Kennedy Stewart and NPA Coun. Melissa De Genova recuse themselves from the debate and vote.
Never again: Burnaby mayor pledges controversial land sale last of its kind

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

Which Vancouver street ranked in Canada’s priciest streets for office space?

Which Vancouver street ranked in Canada’s priciest streets for office space?

Only one B.C. street made the list for priciest office space in the country, and it’s in Vancouver.
In Vancouver, where even an alley goes for almost $3.8 million

In Vancouver, where even an alley goes for almost $3.8 million

In a city where even some homes are priced in the multi-million-dollar range, perhaps it’s not surprising the City of Vancouver expects to collect almost $3.8 million for a portion of a lane. The lane, measuring approximately 213.
Richmond condo investors take developer to court

Richmond condo investors take developer to court

A group of pre-sale buyers of a strata construction project in Richmond’s city centre are suing the developer after their contracts were terminated, claiming they’ve lost out on other investment opportunities.
Gig-economy trend leaves workers struggling to qualify for mortgages

Gig-economy trend leaves workers struggling to qualify for mortgages

The current trend — especially among Millennials — of making a living from the “gig economy” is leaving many struggling to buy a home, according to experts.
November home sales soar 55.3% in Metro Vancouver, prices rebound

November home sales soar 55.3% in Metro Vancouver, prices rebound

Metro Vancouver’s real estate market recovery that started this summer has continued well into the fall, and even exceeded expectations, if the latest board statistics are anything to go by.
B.C. home sales continue to climb, hitting highest activity level in nearly two years

B.C. home sales continue to climb, hitting highest activity level in nearly two years

B.C. home sales remained on an upswing in October with MLS sales up 1.3% from September and 16% year-over-year.
Why real estate is now a service (and can help with loneliness)

Why real estate is now a service (and can help with loneliness)

The days of office, industrial, retail, hotel and residential space being simply that — space — are gone, according to a panel of industry experts.