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Oceanside home fit for James Bond listed at $18.88M, comes with jet skis (PHOTOS)

Oceanside home fit for James Bond listed at $18.88M, comes with jet skis (PHOTOS)

Ultra-luxe West Vancouver home also has waterfront infinity pool and three fire pits, and is the week’s priciest new listing

Commercial real estate sales down across all sectors: REBGV

Sales slowed nearly 20 per cent overall, with land sales posting the largest decrease quarter-over-quarter
Reality check in Squamish real estate

Reality check in Squamish real estate

'We've turned a corner to a buyer's market,' says local expert
Delta South MLA says legitimate farmers should be able to build up

Delta South MLA says legitimate farmers should be able to build up

The province needs to consider large, multi-generational farm families, says Delta South MLA Ian Paton.
Homeowners can expect a mixed bag of property values: B.C. Assessment

Homeowners can expect a mixed bag of property values: B.C. Assessment

Detached homes in Metro Vancouver down by up to 10 per cent, while other parts of province rise up to 15 per cent
Opinion: Will province ban rental restrictions in strata buildings?

Opinion: Will province ban rental restrictions in strata buildings?

Time limit on speculation tax exemption hints that condo rental restrictions may soon be a thing of the past
UBC professor proposes innovative property tax system to help housing affordability

UBC professor proposes innovative property tax system to help housing affordability

New calculation model could help renters, says Thomas Davidoff of UBC Sauder School of Business
Mid-Century home to go to highest bidder – in Hong Kong (PHOTOS)

Mid-Century home to go to highest bidder – in Hong Kong (PHOTOS)

Super-retro Vancouver home joins Whistler lakeside estate at live auction December 19 in Hong Kong, targeted at Chinese buyers
What B.C.'s first rental zoning could mean for Burnaby's housing market

What B.C.'s first rental zoning could mean for Burnaby's housing market

The city has the power to zone areas for rental-only, but hasn't decided how to use it
Metro Vancouver home sales down 42.5% in November

Metro Vancouver home sales down 42.5% in November

Following October’s slight uptick, November’s transactions are hit with double-whammy of cooling market and slower season