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Opinion: Remembering Larry Fisher – a titan of B.C.’s construction industry

Opinion: Remembering Larry Fisher – a titan of B.C.’s construction industry

The construction industry, Surrey and B.C.’s free-enterprise movement lost a legendary figure this weekend, when Lark Group founder Larry Fisher passed away after a long, furious fight with cancer.
Wall Financial's shares spike 16 per cent after dividend announcement

Wall Financial's shares spike 16 per cent after dividend announcement

Vancouver-based company declared a $3-per-share dividend Friday
Gloomy economic outlook, elevated mortgages drag down 2023 B.C. housing market: BCREA

Gloomy economic outlook, elevated mortgages drag down 2023 B.C. housing market: BCREA

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Real Estate Association says the chill across the province's property sector will drag on through this year, but it calls for a strong rebound in 2024.
East end homes are a hot commodity in New Westminster

East end homes are a hot commodity in New Westminster

It took just one day for a mid-century modern home in the Heights to sell in January.
Investors made up 20 to 30% of homeowners in some provinces: Statistics Canada

Investors made up 20 to 30% of homeowners in some provinces: Statistics Canada

OTTAWA — New Statistics Canada data shows investors made up almost one third of homeowners in some provinces in 2020. The data agency says investors made up 31.
Home sales slowing, but prices still high in New Westminster

Home sales slowing, but prices still high in New Westminster

Got $1.4M to spend? That's what a detached home in New West will set you back.
'We’re going as fast as we can go with the resources we have': Whistler 2020 Development Co. president

'We’re going as fast as we can go with the resources we have': Whistler 2020 Development Co. president

The WDC hopes to start construction next month on a new employee rental building in Cheakamus Crossing
January home sales down 55% from year earlier, 21% from Dec: Vancouver board

January home sales down 55% from year earlier, 21% from Dec: Vancouver board

VANCOUVER — The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says January home sales were more than halved from the year before and down 21 per cent from December.
Residential real estate sales, prices to follow 2022 trend: REBGV forecast

Residential real estate sales, prices to follow 2022 trend: REBGV forecast

Sales activity in the region is expected to remain flat while prices inch up slightly
Broadway Corridor prospects bright as retail space crunch tightens

Broadway Corridor prospects bright as retail space crunch tightens

"Recalibration" underway as Metro Vancouver's steady retail market adapts to tight times
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