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Metro Vancouver firms using employee data to inform office choices

Metro Vancouver firms using employee data to inform office choices

High-tech sensors in workplaces, postal-code analysis among tools for real estate strategies.
Some B.C. seniors endure a quiet housing crisis

Some B.C. seniors endure a quiet housing crisis

In the Vancouver region, 22 per cent of homeless people are seniors.
Eby warns investors that rules limiting short-term rentals come into effect May 1

Eby warns investors that rules limiting short-term rentals come into effect May 1

But the premier said if someone wants to rent out their home during a major event, they can still do that
Southwest B.C. delivered record housing starts in 2023, says report

Southwest B.C. delivered record housing starts in 2023, says report

Detached home starts decline as condo, townhome starts boom in 2023
Thousands of short-term rentals in B.C. go back to long-term May 1: B.C. government

Thousands of short-term rentals in B.C. go back to long-term May 1: B.C. government

LANGLEY, B.C. — British Columbia Premier David Eby is warning real estate investors and speculators that his government is tilting the rules towards families seeking homes as it tightens the rules on short-term rentals.
Getting the lowest mortgage rates in a high interest rate world

Getting the lowest mortgage rates in a high interest rate world

TORONTO — Mortgage shopping isn’t getting much easier these days.
Solving shortage of construction workers key to housing growth: experts

Solving shortage of construction workers key to housing growth: experts

Solving a longstanding construction worker shortage will be key to boosting housing supply, experts say, as Canada's national housing agency continues to forecast housing start levels that fall short of growing demand.
Sale ordered for Richmond luxury hotel in $80M debt

Sale ordered for Richmond luxury hotel in $80M debt

The 100-room Versante Hotel is being listed for $98 million in a court-ordered sale.
Potential park or resale: Burnaby eyes options for scrapped film studio land

Potential park or resale: Burnaby eyes options for scrapped film studio land

Larco Investments forfeits $20 million in failed Burnaby land deal.
Opinion: Higher density living is changing the way neighbouring works in Canada

Opinion: Higher density living is changing the way neighbouring works in Canada

Before we draw conclusions about the implications of social isolation, we should check our expectations of how, when and why neighbouring does or does not happen.