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A Greater Vancouver condo is now the ‘price of a house four years ago’

A Greater Vancouver condo is now the ‘price of a house four years ago’

Burnaby's overall home prices rising faster than regional average, says Royal LePage report
Canada has a new hotspot for pricey real estate

Canada has a new hotspot for pricey real estate

The “top-tier” sector in B.C.’s hottest luxury market falters, while Toronto recovers and Montréal takes off

Opinion: How Seattle reversed its rental housing crisis

Our southern neighbour is now awash with available apartments, with landlords lowering rents and offering incentives
Richmond poised to implement market rental housing policy

Richmond poised to implement market rental housing policy

With ultra-low vacancy rate, city staff argue all rentals – not just low-income or social housing – need to be protected

Residents to weigh in on Coquitlam's height-pushing Austin towers

Developer seeking variance that, if approved, would allow it to exceed the 25-storey cap set for the area
Doug Ford blames housing crisis on ‘illegal border-crossers’

Doug Ford blames housing crisis on ‘illegal border-crossers’

Ontario Premier says Feds’ liberal stance on asylum seekers and refugees has caused housing crisis
Onni struggles with big box space in Fremont Village

Onni struggles with big box space in Fremont Village

The lack of demand for big box retail space has forced a developer — and the city of Port Coquitlam — to rethink its plans for Fremont Village.

Highest, lowest real estate transfer taxes across Canada (INFOGRAPHIC)

Can you guess where homebuyers shell out the most in home-purchase tax? No prizes…
Vast West Vancouver home is Canada’s priciest listing at $39.9M (PHOTOS)

Vast West Vancouver home is Canada’s priciest listing at $39.9M (PHOTOS)

Massive house on near-three-acre creekside lot apparently takes an hour to view

Fraser Valley land rush drives up real estate prices

Valley region sees a surge of residential and industrial land speculation despite cooling property markets