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Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Parent firm LeHomes Realty has been fined over half a million dollars for two breaches; Cathay Pacific Realty Ltd. was fined $206,250.
Housing supply limiting B.C.’s population growth

Housing supply limiting B.C.’s population growth

Duelling reports question housing demand, but demand more housing
Housing remains low and slow throughout September in B.C., across Canada

Housing remains low and slow throughout September in B.C., across Canada

Mortgage qualifying a "significant hurdle" for many potential buyers, says the British Columbia Real Estate Association.
B.C. oceanfront home listed for $189,000

B.C. oceanfront home listed for $189,000

The property is 28 kilometres from Prince Rupert
Pressure building on construction industry bottom lines

Pressure building on construction industry bottom lines

Inflation costs, supply chain logjams, labour shortages delaying needed development
LeHomes Realty fined $282K for anti-money laundering violations

LeHomes Realty fined $282K for anti-money laundering violations

Among other violations, the real estate brokerage failed to develop and maintain a written and ongoing training program for its staff on anti-money laundering.
Greater Vancouver housing supply increases in September with little impact on price

Greater Vancouver housing supply increases in September with little impact on price

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver released their recent report on the September market that shows a drop in prices, but not the extent that many Vancouverites were hoping for.
Lottery offers chance to buy home in Tofino

Lottery offers chance to buy home in Tofino

Three half-duplex homes are up for grabs, each of which has been appraised at more than $1 million, while the price for lottery winners is $699,000 plus GST
Net-zero home retrofits would cost up to $6.3 billion per year: study

Net-zero home retrofits would cost up to $6.3 billion per year: study

Study from CD Howe Institute says Ottawa would need to retrofit more than 500,000 homes per year to hit 2030 net-zero target
Hotel, conference centre, shopping and homes for 8K residents OK'd for TriCity Central in Coquitlam

Hotel, conference centre, shopping and homes for 8K residents OK'd for TriCity Central in Coquitlam

Last night (Sept. 26), after a public hearing that drew two speakers, council unanimously greenlit second and third rezoning readings for TriCity Central, a Marcon Quadreal Lands project for the southeastern corner of the Lougheed and Barnet highways.
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