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Delta townhouse plan gets nod despite resident traffic concerns

Delta townhouse plan gets nod despite resident traffic concerns

The new development would comprise eight buildings and the units would be accessed from driveways on 115 Street
B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

Rate-hikes putting pressure on homeowners and first-time buyers, say experts
Virtual reality is shaping the future of real estate

Virtual reality is shaping the future of real estate

Saving on construction costs and creating realistic spaces that can be viewed and modified remotely opens a parallel dimension for design and sales
Aggressive Passive tower will test new condo price ceiling

Aggressive Passive tower will test new condo price ceiling

Built on dirt valued at $3,900 per square foot with a construction costs up to 20 per cent above market, new 60-storey Curv condos could be Vancouver’s most expensive
CMHC: No affordability relief in sight for Vancouver housing in 2022

CMHC: No affordability relief in sight for Vancouver housing in 2022

Moderating growth in prices, sales, housing starts and rentals outmatched by demand, lack of inventory and construction costs
Opinion: Housing co-ops could solve Canada's housing affordability crisis

Opinion: Housing co-ops could solve Canada's housing affordability crisis

In a period when homelessness and housing costs have reached crisis levels, it’s time to look at housing co-operatives as a potential game-changer.
Housing affordability worsens in Prince George

Housing affordability worsens in Prince George

Home sale prices should moderate with rising interest rates, says real estate agent
Survey lists Vancouver as most unaffordable city in North America

Survey lists Vancouver as most unaffordable city in North America

And one of the most unaffordable cities in the world
Office workers returning to downtown Vancouver at higher rate

Office workers returning to downtown Vancouver at higher rate

Foot traffic still trailing pre-pandemic levels, according to Avison Young study
Skyrocketing ownership costs point to coming rise in Lower Mainland rents

Skyrocketing ownership costs point to coming rise in Lower Mainland rents

Residential, industrial prices have outstripped rents, meaning there's lots of room for rate growth.