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BCREA estimates a continued decline in home sales for 2023

BCREA estimates a continued decline in home sales for 2023

One previously tracked home in Squamish sees a decrease in price and another goes unchanged.
Photos: Hollingsworth, Downs-designed 'Bowker House' lists for $3.8M in West Vancouver

Photos: Hollingsworth, Downs-designed 'Bowker House' lists for $3.8M in West Vancouver

The home near Horseshoe Bay, up for sale for the first time in 50 years, is considered to be a rare collaboration between the two acclaimed architects
North Van District inches toward legalization for short-term rentals

North Van District inches toward legalization for short-term rentals

If approved, people would only be allowed to list rooms within their primary residence – no standalone homes or apartments.
350 sq ft shack on 10 acres listed for $79,000 in B.C.

350 sq ft shack on 10 acres listed for $79,000 in B.C.

Escape the day-to-day and write a manifesto here if you please
AI: Making property management and home sales smarter through tech

AI: Making property management and home sales smarter through tech

Predictive analytics, search and site development are some of the areas ready for artificial intelligence
Unique real estate listings that caught our eye this week

Unique real estate listings that caught our eye this week

A Galiano Island marina, a Saskatchewan golf course and the court-ordered sale of a multi-family development site in south Vancouver drew our attention
Data reveals the cities with the steepest — and cheapest — home closing costs in B.C.

Data reveals the cities with the steepest — and cheapest — home closing costs in B.C.

The most affordable cities when it comes to home closing costs are: Kamloops, Powell River and Sooke
B.C. lawyer highlights mental health in real estate contracts

B.C. lawyer highlights mental health in real estate contracts

With Mental Health Week coming to a close, conversations around mental health in the industry will create a more supportive environment, says the CEO of the B.C. Real Estate Association.
Lynn Valley Safeway redevelopment plan gets mixed reviews

Lynn Valley Safeway redevelopment plan gets mixed reviews

The plan now includes a brand new Lynn Valley fire hall
BC Housing may finally knock down this dilapidated Port Coquitlam home

BC Housing may finally knock down this dilapidated Port Coquitlam home

Funding may be the sticking point in getting this house demolished — but BC Housing says it's looking at next steps.