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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
Home sales across B.C. up 12.4% from last year: BCREA

Home sales across B.C. up 12.4% from last year: BCREA

Average residential price has slipped but total dollar volume is up more than 10 per cent