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Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Annual drop in home sales and corresponding rise in listings are pulling on average prices
Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Victoria and Vancouver Island are the biggest exceptions to that rule, however
Burnaby becoming buyer's market for detached homes

Burnaby becoming buyer's market for detached homes

Active listings rising as fewer sales are made and prices drop
What does the national average home price buy across Canada? (INFOGRAPHIC)

What does the national average home price buy across Canada? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Nationally, a budget of around $500K will buy you 3.3 bedrooms on average – but in Burnaby it’s a different story
Landlords oppose animal groups' call to end ‘no pets’ policies

Landlords oppose animal groups' call to end ‘no pets’ policies

Regional Animal Protection Society and Pets OK BC ask Rental Housing Task Force to prevent landlords imposing "no-pet" rules on tenants
Would you live in this converted B.C. Electric substation? (PHOTOS)

Would you live in this converted B.C. Electric substation? (PHOTOS)

Huge building is 112 years old, has undergone uber-cool home renovations, and is listed at $3.75 million

Only half of mortgage applicants would choose a fixed-rate loan: poll

Even as central bank hikes variable rates, fewer Canadians say they would choose certainty of fixed rates
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