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Home sales – and prices – slump further in Metro Vancouver

Home sales – and prices – slump further in Metro Vancouver

Overall benchmark prices are still higher than a year ago, but they're on the slide, with West Vancouver's detached home values dropping most
Do you own the air above your home? Free seminar to explain all

Do you own the air above your home? Free seminar to explain all

We know land in our region is valuable, but what about the air above your property – how can you maximize its value?

Fight against mortgage fraud looks to CRA for help

CMHC wants to give lenders access to applicants' tax data so they cannot inflate declared income under new qualification rules
Squamish Nation to create housing authority

Squamish Nation to create housing authority

Plan to build 1,000 units on reserve lands in North Van, Squamish Valley moves forward
Furry Creek land deal could result in 570 more new homes

Furry Creek land deal could result in 570 more new homes

Chinese company that bought Furry Creek golf course last year expands its hold on the area
Province: Low-income families and seniors to get more help with rent

Province: Low-income families and seniors to get more help with rent

Rent subsidy payments to increase, and an extra 3,200 low-income families will qualify for assistance under rule changes this week
More than half of Generation Z wants to buy a home in next few years: poll

More than half of Generation Z wants to buy a home in next few years: poll

Metro Vancouver’s 18- to 24-year-olds aiming for homeownership despite daunting prices
B.C. Realtors still not allowed to openly publish home sale prices

B.C. Realtors still not allowed to openly publish home sale prices

Toronto real estate agents ordered to release data to general public, while it remains restricted to real estate professionals in B.C.
Province to limit house sizes on farmland

Province to limit house sizes on farmland

B.C.'s agriculture minister needs to make scope of rules clear, as they come just months before municipal elections, says former Delta councillor
Downzoning of Vancouver's Chinatown could cut property values 40 per cent

Downzoning of Vancouver's Chinatown could cut property values 40 per cent

Property owners hoping change in civic government will restore historic area’s revitalization
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