Real Estate

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Massive affordable housing project in the works for Port Coquitlam

Public will be given contactless ways to comment on plans for 302 units of non-market rental housing on Kingsway Avenue

Bowen Island, Sunshine Coast homes lead pandemic-period price parade

Home prices on Bowen Island and the Sunshine Coast have increased more than three times faster than in Greater Vancouver since COVID-19 detected in February

Home sales rebound across Metro Vancouver region in July: REBGV

Unit sales exceeded the 10-year July sales average by almost 10%

Rent-to-own, ensuite rentals aimed at condo buyers

Innovative condo concept in Port Moody would see some units sold as rent-to-own and others divided into lock-offs for income-producing rentals

B.C. taxpayers Canada’s biggest hotel buyers

The B.C. government accounted for one-third of the sales and more than half the dollar volume in Canada hotel transactions during the second quarter

‘Unique’ condo project inches closer to construction in Port Moody

A condo project 14 years in the making is closer to finally getting built. Tuesday, Port Moody council gave third reading to amend zoning bylaws and the city’s official community plan for the...

Retail REITs hammered but eye recovery

RioCan has posted a $350.8m loss; Choice Properties saw its asset value drop by $380m in the second quarter

2020 vision for 2022: Vancouver office vacancy rate to rise with shift to homework

Cities expected to adopt innovations to increase home-office viability

Massive Moody Centre redevelopment a step closer

The transformation of Port Moody’s downtown is moving a step closer to reality. A consortium of nine property owners has formally submitted its application to amend the official community plan for...

Small B.C. landlords call for help as expenses mount

With near-zero evictions allowed and rent increases frozen, some B.C. landlords are being forced to the wall