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Canada’s next housing crisis: Who is going to build millions of new homes?

Canada’s next housing crisis: Who is going to build millions of new homes?

The country's goal is to build 3.9 million new homes by 2031. But between labour constraints and productivity woes, an ambitious plan might be dead on arrival.
CREA cuts housing market forecast for 2024 despite June sales rising

CREA cuts housing market forecast for 2024 despite June sales rising

The Canadian Real Estate Association says it is scaling back its housing market forecast for the remainder of the year amid increased levels of supply and a quiet spring spurred by fewer interest rate cuts expected in 2024.
Vancouver Island portfolio underscores multifamily opportunities

Vancouver Island portfolio underscores multifamily opportunities

Steady demand for housing supports buyer interest
Metro Vancouver single-family home prices soaring, says report

Metro Vancouver single-family home prices soaring, says report

Home prices expected to increase 5.5 per cent in Q4, according to Royal LePage
Interest rate cut hasn't led to rush of homebuyer demand yet: Royal LePage report

Interest rate cut hasn't led to rush of homebuyer demand yet: Royal LePage report

TORONTO — Despite expectations of lower interest rates prompting homebuyers to leave the sidelines, a new report says the Bank of Canada's quarter-point cut to its key interest rate last month did not lead to a rush in demand.
Higher sales in June bring hope to Vancouver's housing market

Higher sales in June bring hope to Vancouver's housing market

Five-per-cent sales uptick in June, RBC reports two months needed to confirm rebound
Cash flow appeals to manufactured home park investors

Cash flow appeals to manufactured home park investors

Shifting financing environment boosts buying opportunities
West Vancouver approves new demoviction protections for renters

West Vancouver approves new demoviction protections for renters

The rules also require developers to show how additional density on rental properties will contribute to the district’s housing needs
Richmond hosts open houses on new housing regulations

Richmond hosts open houses on new housing regulations

The discussions will be based around the impacts of Bill 44 & Bill 47 on Richmond residents
Effort continues to save peculiar home of Arthur Erickson

Effort continues to save peculiar home of Arthur Erickson

Centennial celebrations carry on for the esteemed architect, with a panel discussion at North Vancouver’s Polygon Gallery on Wednesday.