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Court tosses bid to quash Eagleview Heights rezoning

Court tosses bid to quash Eagleview Heights rezoning

The BC Supreme Court has rejected a bid by the O’Shea-Oceanmount Community Association (OOCA) to quash the zoning amendment for the Eagleview Heights project in Gibsons. The project, headed by 464 Eaglecrest Drive Properties Ltd.
North Van home where Group of Seven painter lived sells for $1M

North Van home where Group of Seven painter lived sells for $1M

Fred Varley rented the Lynn Valley home for $8 a month
B.C. announces $500-a-month rent aid, freezes rent increases and evictions

B.C. announces $500-a-month rent aid, freezes rent increases and evictions

Rent supplement will be paid directly to landlords, in cases where tenants are struggling to pay rent due to income lost through virus crisis
Group pitches 10-lot bare-land strata to beat Vancouver’s housing crunch

Group pitches 10-lot bare-land strata to beat Vancouver’s housing crunch

A group of likeminded friends feeling the housing crunch in Vancouver plan to put their expertise as engineers, woodworkers and educators to use to create a unique housing development on a section of North Road, wedged between the bypass and Hopkins
Robust home sales outpace low inventory in Metro Vancouver last month: board

Robust home sales outpace low inventory in Metro Vancouver last month: board

Home sellers once again getting the upper hand as demand exceeds supply, especially among condos and townhomes
Sechelt launches survey as housing initiatives ramp up

Sechelt launches survey as housing initiatives ramp up

Sechelt’s housing advisory committee has launched a survey “to better understand the needs of property owners wishing to build rental housing on their properties.
Condo owners face huge bills from massive strata insurance rate hikes

Condo owners face huge bills from massive strata insurance rate hikes

Strata property owners – and those who rent from them – are looking at unprecedented costs, while some strata buildings risk losing their insurance entirely
Metro Vancouver’s residential real estate prices continue to creep up

Metro Vancouver’s residential real estate prices continue to creep up

Home sales in January 2020 were 42.4 per cent higher than one year previously, reports board, while inventory remains low
UPDATE: Residential assessments down on Sunshine Coast

UPDATE: Residential assessments down on Sunshine Coast

Pender Harbour sees modest increases
BC Assessment values evacuated Seawatch homes at two dollars

BC Assessment values evacuated Seawatch homes at two dollars

Other Coast assessments follow Lower Mainland trend