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84% of Canadians feel housing affordability negatively affects their lives

84% of Canadians feel housing affordability negatively affects their lives

Housing is a major source of stress, yet most people also feel homeownership is an important part of life
Home sales uptick seen across B.C. in September: BCREA

Home sales uptick seen across B.C. in September: BCREA

Residential resale activity “built on momentum from the summer” with transactions up 24 per cent year over year and average prices on the rise
New West notary and couple quarrel over missing $20k after condo sale

New West notary and couple quarrel over missing $20k after condo sale

How does $20,000 disappear? That’s the question at the bottom of a legal battle between a New Westminster notary public and the couple whose condo sale he facilitated.
Technology trends reframe building design

Technology trends reframe building design

Big data, artificial intelligence and virtual reality are radically changing architectural and construction practices
Poll: Do legal weed and nearby dispensaries devalue a home?

Poll: Do legal weed and nearby dispensaries devalue a home?

Nearly a year on from legalization, survey asks owners and renters how they feel about cannabis in homes and nearby dispensaries
Number of realtors in Lower Mainland dropping: study

Number of realtors in Lower Mainland dropping: study

“Perhaps this is simply a market correction, much like the correction in home prices,” says real estate marketing firm
Bottomed out? Metro Vancouver home sales leap 46.3 per cent

Bottomed out? Metro Vancouver home sales leap 46.3 per cent

Market balances with transactions on par with 10-year September average; prices still correcting
Is it time to live your passion?

Is it time to live your passion?

Stunning oceanfront homes in masterplanned community offer the lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of
Man who made $6.67M flipping Burnaby lowrises ordered to pay realtor $1.15M

Man who made $6.67M flipping Burnaby lowrises ordered to pay realtor $1.15M

A businessman who made $6.67 million in a matter of months by flipping a bundle of Burnaby lowrises has been ordered to pay his realtor $1.15 million in outstanding commissions.
Current rate of construction could fill Metro Vancouver's rental gaps: RBC

Current rate of construction could fill Metro Vancouver's rental gaps: RBC

‘Reasons to be optimistic’ about rental market, but equivalent of 40 per cent of new condos in next two years would have to become rentals, says economist