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B.C. home sales forecast to drop 8.6 per cent this year

B.C. home sales forecast to drop 8.6 per cent this year

Just because home sales are slowing and mortgage rates are climbing, you shouldn't expect any home price corrections, according to the latest forecast by the B.C. Real Estate Association (BCREA).
Big turnout for tiny homes talk

Big turnout for tiny homes talk

Sechelt Library
Region's detached home sales slump in February

Region's detached home sales slump in February

In a month that usually starts picking up in terms of sales activity ahead of the spring market, detached home sales in Metro Vancouver saw a considerable slump in February, according to the latest statistics. Detached sales were down 39.
Editorial: Why new speculation tax is not a speculation tax

Editorial: Why new speculation tax is not a speculation tax

Those of us who keep a close eye on the B.C. real estate industry and housing policy were widely anticipating a speculation tax to be introduced in last week’s B.C. Budget, as it had been heavily hinted at by the NDP in advance of the announcement.
Affordable rentals will need financial help from Gibsons

Affordable rentals will need financial help from Gibsons

Council
Eagleview Heights developer back with new plan

Eagleview Heights developer back with new plan

Gibsons
RTC project gets third reading, council still divided on density

RTC project gets third reading, council still divided on density

Sechelt Waterfront
Assessments up on Sunshine Coast

Assessments up on Sunshine Coast

Assessment notices are in the mail, and BC Assessment says most Sunshine Coast property owners will see an increase.