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Burnaby soundly snubbed in ‘best Canadian cities to live’ rankings

Burnaby soundly snubbed in ‘best Canadian cities to live’ rankings

Burnaby ranks dismally overall – and doesn't fare well even in B.C.-only rankings

Towers going up, up in Coquitlam

Another 50-storey tower is expected to go up in Burquitlam after the proposed project cleared public hearing and third reading Monday at Coquitlam city council.
This Facebook page is stirring up debate on development in New West

This Facebook page is stirring up debate on development in New West

A local political Facebook page is making waves over its staunch opposition to “overdensification” in New West. New Westminster Citizens Against Overdevelopment has grown to more than 500 likes and 600 followers since it was created in mid-May.
Island luxury: Vancouver Island’s 10 priciest homes for sale

Island luxury: Vancouver Island’s 10 priciest homes for sale

From idyllic waterfront retreats to a high-end downtown penthouse, the Island’s most expensive listings have it all
How long does it take to save a down payment in priciest cities?

How long does it take to save a down payment in priciest cities?

Burnaby is nation's fourth most out-of-reach market, while West Vancouver takes the longest in Canada
B.C. cities have Canada's lowest property tax rates (INFOGRAPHIC)

B.C. cities have Canada's lowest property tax rates (INFOGRAPHIC)

But we all know what a smaller percentage of a much-larger assessed value means…
The world’s priciest property ever? Yours for a cool US$1B (IMAGES)

The world’s priciest property ever? Yours for a cool US$1B (IMAGES)

If you think Vancouver real estate is expensive, check out The Mountain of Beverly Hills – and you don’t even get a house
Two new UniverCity residential towers one step closer to breaking ground

Two new UniverCity residential towers one step closer to breaking ground

Two new highrise apartment buildings are planned for University Crescent
Boomers’ purchasing power ‘inflating’ cabin prices in recreational hotspots

Boomers’ purchasing power ‘inflating’ cabin prices in recreational hotspots

B.C. cabin prices rise 19 per cent overall, led by island and ski resorts; Kelowna prices drop
B.C. developers tackle soaring temperatures with home-cooling measures

B.C. developers tackle soaring temperatures with home-cooling measures

Once considered unnecessary, air-con is now standard in many new-builds – but is it really because of rising mercury levels?