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Two empty lots listed in B.C. town for $7,500 each

Two empty lots listed in B.C. town for $7,500 each

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Investors, homebuyers see value in manufactured homes

Investors, homebuyers see value in manufactured homes

While prices have increased, manufactured homes offer a low-price point, and their parks provide investors with steady returns and, lately, startling appreciation
West Van finalizes affordable housing for Gordon Avenue

West Van finalizes affordable housing for Gordon Avenue

Four years after public consultation began, council gave its OK to a mixed below-market rental, adult day centre and strata condo project at 2195 Gordon Ave.
Rising mortgage rates cooling homes sales, but not prices

Rising mortgage rates cooling homes sales, but not prices

The average five-year fixed mortgage rate reached 4.49 per cent in June, the highest since 2009
B.C. woman's house flipping scheme alleged to be fraudulent

B.C. woman's house flipping scheme alleged to be fraudulent

A Vancouver woman allegedly used new investor funds to pay off previous investors, according to securities investigators.
Westside’s Ortus is where luxury living meets serenity

Westside’s Ortus is where luxury living meets serenity

Ortus is a boutique six-storey concrete building featuring 54, one-, two- and three-bedroom plus den homes
Most expensive and cheapest homes sold on the North Shore in the past month

Most expensive and cheapest homes sold on the North Shore in the past month

Despite a 'cooling' market, the median price of a single-family home in North Vancouver was $2.1 million in May. The median price of a detached house in West Vancouver was $3.3 million.
B.C. family says homebuyer evicted them to raise rent 70%

B.C. family says homebuyer evicted them to raise rent 70%

The Eggers claim they are entitled to $33,600 in compensation after a buyer evicted them only to re-rent the home for a 70% markup.
Metro Vancouver house prices cut as sales dip, listings increase

Metro Vancouver house prices cut as sales dip, listings increase

‘Calming market’ in May spooks some home sellers as transactions fall, listings rise and asking prices start to slide
Metro Vancouver suburbs take hardest home sales hit

Metro Vancouver suburbs take hardest home sales hit

Housing sales will plunge by 30 per cent in the Fraser Valley this year and prices will “flatline” by 2023, BCREA forecasts