Real Estate

BIV's real estate coverage ranges from reporting the latest statistics to providing in-depth analysis of all real estate issues in Vancouver and British Columbia

‘The days of easy money are dwindling:’ lenders will be cautious in 2023, says CBRE

The next year will represent a shift in the market as lenders adjust their priorities due to economic conditions

Ski hills experience strong demand, but real estate softens

Royal LePage forecasts price declines of up to 10 per cent in Western Canada this year following lift from 2021

Metro Vancouver investment deals could top $13 billion this year

Slowing interest rate hikes bode well for commercial real estate deal-making, financing activity

Growth-minded lenders tighten terms of new debt as costs rise

Multifamily, industrial lending poised to grow in 2023

Abbotsford 140-acre industrial park given the green light

A new 140-acre industrial development in Abbotsford should help alleviate one of the tightest industrial markets in British Columbia.  With no new space under construction this year, Abbotsford has...

Vancouver home prices will drop 5% on average next year: Re/Max

The city will become a balanced market led by “move-up and move-over buyer,” according to a report looking into emerging real estate trends in 2023

Musqueam-led siyeýe Contracting Ltd. launches today

The company aims to give First Nations voice in heavy civil construction

Commercial office amenities get a new lease on life

Property owners embrace events, programming to help revitalize office work culture

Commercial agent numbers down at top brokerages

Average number of agents decreased despite an increase in the median number

'The greed here is interesting': Duped B.C. renter owed $24,000 from landlord

After a B.C. renter wins a monetary order at the Residential Tenancy Branch, it's up to them to be a "collections agent," says a tenancy lawyer. "I think that deters a lot of people."