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B.C. strata rental changes could fuel speculation, critics say

B.C. strata rental changes could fuel speculation, critics say

The B.C. NDP government is removing grandfathered rental restrictions in residential stratas, but to what end?
New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

Premier David Eby's proposed measures include laws that could order fast-growing municipalities to meet housing supply targets and end rental restrictions based on age or type of building. 
B.C. and Vancouver housing starts slow after September high: CMHC

B.C. and Vancouver housing starts slow after September high: CMHC

Starts in Vancouver are down 19 per cent, compared with B.C., which saw a decline of 11 per cent
Updated mapping, data needed in wake of floods

Updated mapping, data needed in wake of floods

Inequality of information frustrates homeowner and government flood planning
Canada's five most expensive cities for rentals are all in B.C.

Canada's five most expensive cities for rentals are all in B.C.

North Vancouver is at the top of the charts with an average rent that is higher than Vancouver and Toronto
B.C. strata loses dispute over portable hot tub on patio

B.C. strata loses dispute over portable hot tub on patio

Alejandro Jose Noriega put an inflatable spa on his balcony but the strata said it was a hot tub and began fining him.
B.C. home sales to fall a further 11.4 per cent in 2023: BCREA

B.C. home sales to fall a further 11.4 per cent in 2023: BCREA

Real estate association forecast says record-setting market is “unwinding”
What British Columbians can expect after the interest rate hike

What British Columbians can expect after the interest rate hike

Data shows 47 per cent of Canadians are expecting to delay a real estate transaction or major purchase in the next 12 months.
High-end Okanagan shrugs off the real estate blues

High-end Okanagan shrugs off the real estate blues

Multimillion-dollar property and land sales continue across the Central and North Okanagan this autumn, despite economic angst
Construction costs continue to rise as labour pool shrinks in B.C.

Construction costs continue to rise as labour pool shrinks in B.C.

New BCCA report shows the pressures faced by B.C. contractors in face of inflation and shortages
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