Most blame foreigners for high home prices in Vancouver

Perception may be trumping reality in the city’s waning market

Retail isn’t going away, but its game plan is changing drastically

  Backfill workout Retail real estate might be one of the most dynamic sectors these days, with multiple channels competing for consumer attention, several paying options and a host of delivery...

Land values beckon bulldozers

Lot assemblies signal wholesale housing demolitions: one in four Vancouver houses sold to be torn down

Partners sought for Flamingo Hotel redevelopment in Surrey

  Flamingo dance Tien Sher Group is drafting a new chapter in the redevelopment of Surrey’s storied Flamingo Hotel. A month ago, Avison Young principals Bal Atwal and Mehdi Shokri circulated a...

Housing costs put brakes on migration to B.C. from other provinces

Over the second half of last year, a surprising development occurred – the net inflow of people moving to B.C. from other provinces fell sharply. The drop showed up in the third quarter and persisted...

Federal mortgage qualification rules slow real estate activity in B.C.: BCREA

Both the total dollar volume of home sales and the number of units changing hands in Greater Vancouver fell around 35% in May, according to new data from the British Columbia Real Estate Association...

Industrial strata reflects suburban demand

New Burnaby space selling for north of $400 per square foot

Developers urged to use native plants

Use of 'cheap' foreign shrubs and trees is counterproductive, expert says

Dual agency rules will disrupt housing market, real estate agents claim

Realtors concerned about government's definition of what constitutes a conflict of interest