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Major projects salvaged B.C. construction in 2020

Major projects salvaged B.C. construction in 2020

While residential and commercial construction declined sharply in 2020, major projects increased to nearly $370 billion
Everything you need to know about buying a townhouse in 2021

Everything you need to know about buying a townhouse in 2021

Townhouses have become extremely popular in real estate markets across Canada, offering homebuyers the opportunity to get more space than an apartment, with less of a hefty price tag than a detached home.
New survey lists Vancouver as most unaffordable city in North America

New survey lists Vancouver as most unaffordable city in North America

It was the second most unaffordable of those surveyed.
Metro Vancouver industrial vacancy rate flirting with zero

Metro Vancouver industrial vacancy rate flirting with zero

Vancouver-region industrial rate could plunge below 1 per cent for the first time this year due to demand for distribution space
Three new distinct districts coming to Delta's Scott Road

Three new distinct districts coming to Delta's Scott Road

City looking at incentivize the development of diverse housing options on Scott Road
Tsawwassen rental apartment building proposed

Tsawwassen rental apartment building proposed

Public notification and consultation still has to be initiated for the development
Sales of Vancouver rental apartments soar as vacancies rise

Sales of Vancouver rental apartments soar as vacancies rise

Transaction surge started in second half of 2020, despite higher vacancies and a B.C.-wide ban on rental increases
Community engagement key to real estate development

Community engagement key to real estate development

Real estate legends say getting residents and stakeholders on board will define the future success of Metro Vancouver real estate development.
5 real estate markets that outperformed in 2020

5 real estate markets that outperformed in 2020

COVID-19 impacted Canada's housing market in some surprising ways
B.C. amends rules so landlords, tenants can exchange docs via email

B.C. amends rules so landlords, tenants can exchange docs via email

The change is now permanent as of March 1