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Banks vs. mortgage brokers: which is better for homebuyers?

Banks vs. mortgage brokers: which is better for homebuyers?

Mortgage brokers have the potential to offer a wider variety of rates, while banks have the advantage of an existing relationship that brings comfort to the homebuying process, says real estate advisor.
Here is how renters can get information about Metro Vancouver landlords

Here is how renters can get information about Metro Vancouver landlords

Be prepared before you sign a lease.
B.C. owners and renters have highest housing expense in Canada, survey finds

B.C. owners and renters have highest housing expense in Canada, survey finds

Not a single B.C. city made it on the 'lowest shelter costs' list.
Public info meeting held on Ladner Village development plan

Public info meeting held on Ladner Village development plan

City council last month approved the public consultation process for the proposal
B.C. creates $500M fund to buy old rental buildings and protect tenants

B.C. creates $500M fund to buy old rental buildings and protect tenants

The premier says the fund is expected to protect thousands of affordable housing units in the province.
As B.C. homeowner grant approaches $1B, critics call for its end

As B.C. homeowner grant approaches $1B, critics call for its end

BC NDP housing minister Ravi Kahlon has defended giving nearly one billion dollars of property tax revenue back to B.C. homeowners annually. Critics, meanwhile, are questioning the homeowner grant's necessity.
Two-acre Great Bear Rainforest lot listed for $79,000

Two-acre Great Bear Rainforest lot listed for $79,000

This could be a great place to park your RV
Tsawwassen's Southlands taking shape

Tsawwassen's Southlands taking shape

A theme Century Group wants to replicate in other parts of the overall development is the consolidation of private outdoor spaces into single communal outdoor spaces
The big case for tiny shelters in B.C.

The big case for tiny shelters in B.C.

More communities are investing in tiny shelters as the province looks to create temporary solutions for people experiencing homelessness.
Delta to streamline housing applications

Delta to streamline housing applications

The city plans to further reduce red tape and streamline its approvals process
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