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Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

B.C. government should maintain current allowable annual rent increase, says LandlordBC
Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

B.C. government should maintain current allowable annual rent increase, says LandlordBC
May home sales see 35% slump from last year

May home sales see 35% slump from last year

Despite slowdown, benchmark prices have not fallen – yet
Richmond realtor suspended, fined

Richmond realtor suspended, fined

New Coast Realty in trouble once more with the Real Estate Council for BC
Metrotown towers would displace 84 units in Burnaby

Metrotown towers would displace 84 units in Burnaby

Two new highrises proposed for Metrotown are heading to public hearing this month. A total of 537 new housing units will be built, and 84 low-cost, older housing units will be destroyed if both projects are approved.
Plans move ahead for 46-storey tower in Burnaby

Plans move ahead for 46-storey tower in Burnaby

Plans for a 46-storey tower in Brentwood are going forward after city staff released a report responding to concerns raised at a public hearing in March. A second tower in that neighbourhood will also head to public hearing in June.
Greater Vancouver home prices predicted to keep climbing – at slower rate

Greater Vancouver home prices predicted to keep climbing – at slower rate

Residential sales forecast to slow further this year but recover next year
Home prices predicted to keep climbing – at slower rate

Home prices predicted to keep climbing – at slower rate

Home sales across the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver region – including Sea-to-Sky and Sunshine Coast – may be soft so far this year, but that won’t be enough to reduce average prices, according to the British Columbia Real Estate Association
Coquitlam City Centre tower gets green light

Coquitlam City Centre tower gets green light

Polygon proposal for 40-storey high rise at Westwood and Glen approved by council
UBC report blames housing unaffordability on red tape

UBC report blames housing unaffordability on red tape

Home-building restrictions are six times larger cause of housing crisis than speculation, reports professor