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Cannabis stores available to purchase for first time on B.C.’s MLS

Cannabis stores available to purchase for first time on B.C.’s MLS

Commercial brokerage aims to capitalize on growing marijuana market
Speculation and vacancy tax still open to change: finance minister

Speculation and vacancy tax still open to change: finance minister

Carole James in Vancouver to meet with mayors of affected municipalities to discuss impact of tax on communities; working with housing ministry on various policy decisions
B.C. home sales ‘continue to recover’ from policy shock: BCREA

B.C. home sales ‘continue to recover’ from policy shock: BCREA

Residential transactions are higher than a year ago but still down compared with pre-mortgage stress test activity
REW.ca expands home search site across Canada

REW.ca expands home search site across Canada

Real Estate Wire ( REW.ca ), the leading Canadian real estate portal for listings, new home developments, and agent connections and insights, today announced the launch of its nation-wide availability.
One in five Millennial home buyers commits mortgage fraud: survey

One in five Millennial home buyers commits mortgage fraud: survey

Nearly 20 per cent of young buyers inflate income on mortgage application, and nearly a quarter of Millennials say that’s OK, finds Equifax
This is the most a landlord can raise your rent next year

This is the most a landlord can raise your rent next year

Province announces max rent hike percentage for 2020
Home sales in every B.C. region to recover in 2020: forecast

Home sales in every B.C. region to recover in 2020: forecast

Total home transactions across province expected to rise 11 per cent versus 2019, with average sale prices also predicted to increase in every area
Canada’s priciest condo is a whole-floor Vancouver unit at $38.8M (PHOTOS)

Canada’s priciest condo is a whole-floor Vancouver unit at $38.8M (PHOTOS)

The luxurious condo in chi-chi Coal Harbour has nearly 7,000 square feet and takes up the entire 26th floor of a luxury tower – but is not a penthouse
Metro Vancouver has gone a year without a house price increase

Metro Vancouver has gone a year without a house price increase

The region was the only metro area to post an index decline in July, according to the latest Teranet-National Bank house price index
Housing market will drag on B.C. economy, offset by major projects: forecast

Housing market will drag on B.C. economy, offset by major projects: forecast

High levels of home construction supported by previous presales will dry up, but non-residential construction will boom, says economist