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Gospel Rock Village passes first reading

Gospel Rock Village passes first reading

Gibsons
Region’s home prices still creeping up despite market jitters

Region’s home prices still creeping up despite market jitters

March is often the hottest month of the year – at least in terms of real estate sales. But compared with March activity of the past few years, last month was a bit of a wet blanket.
Editorial: Could B.C.’s speculation tax spark more Airbnbs?

Editorial: Could B.C.’s speculation tax spark more Airbnbs?

The new B.C. speculation tax has the purported aim to push empty homes onto the long-term rental market, finance minister Carole James has said.
'China's Amazon' to start selling Canadian real estate

'China's Amazon' to start selling Canadian real estate

Chinese consumers can now buy Canadian homes online through a deal inked with Juwai.com, China’s largest real estate website selling international properties, and JD.com, which is China’s largest retailer, both online and offline.
Eagleview Heights clears first reading

Eagleview Heights clears first reading

Gibsons

B.C. home buyer confidence damaged by new tax measures, says poll

If one goal of the B.C. government’s new housing taxation policies was to cool home sales in the province, it has likely succeeded, if the results of a new poll of real estate agents are anything to go by.
'Apoplectic' over speculation tax, Bowen Island now relieved it's exempt

'Apoplectic' over speculation tax, Bowen Island now relieved it's exempt

“Just the impact was going to be so profound, so devastating," says island mayor
Province scales back speculation tax, cuts rate for B.C. residents

Province scales back speculation tax, cuts rate for B.C. residents

Under changes to the proposed speculation tax, B.C. residents will now only have to pay 0.5 per cent a year on second homes valued at $400,000 or above, finance minister Carole James announced in a media conference March 26. The tax will apply to B.
Sunshine Coast needs foreign buyers tax, says MLA

Sunshine Coast needs foreign buyers tax, says MLA

West Howe Sound Community Association
North Vancouver houses get new life as recycled homes

North Vancouver houses get new life as recycled homes

Several houses that used to be part of North Vancouver’s Moodyville neighbourhood are getting a new lease on life in communities around the province and beyond. The three houses were loaded on a barge by the Northshore Auto Mall March 2.