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Last opportunity to buy in the highly successful Hamilton Village before sales end this spring

Last opportunity to buy in the highly successful Hamilton Village before sales end this spring

The final sales push is on for the exceedingly popular Hamilton Village development before sales close until Spring 2023
Report finds 'missing middle' solution to Metro Vancouver's housing crisis

Report finds 'missing middle' solution to Metro Vancouver's housing crisis

A new report says row housing, six- to 12-unit multiplexes and co-op housing would be more energy-efficient, would face less local opposition, and could be replicated across huge swaths of Metro Vancouver currently zoned for single-family detached homes.
Entire Swiss-themed village for sale in B.C.

Entire Swiss-themed village for sale in B.C.

Warm up the cheese fondue!
'Stunning development': Vancouver no longer Canada's priciest housing market

'Stunning development': Vancouver no longer Canada's priciest housing market

Toronto overtakes Vancouver despite benchmark prices hitting record high: RBC
Ladner home prices continue to sizzle with inventory low

Ladner home prices continue to sizzle with inventory low

Only Port Coquitlam saw a bigger jump in prices last month for single family detached homes
B.C. home prices expected to climb 8.5% in 2022 amid supply shortage

B.C. home prices expected to climb 8.5% in 2022 amid supply shortage

A lack of supply means the steepest increases in housing prices are expected to occur over the first six months 2022, says the B.C. Real Estate Association.
Vancouver new house construction costs highest in Canada

Vancouver new house construction costs highest in Canada

Average new 2,600-square-foot house sells for $1.75 million and includes $191,000 in municipal fees and taxes and $666,000 for the land
Delta industrial land drew 14 bids from buyers

Delta industrial land drew 14 bids from buyers

Beedie the buyer of 22-acre parcel on 80th Street, considered the largest industrial deal so far this year
New low-barrier REIT already owns Metro Vancouver land

New low-barrier REIT already owns Metro Vancouver land

For as little as $5,000, investors can share in projects backed by a veteran local developer holding 560 acres at 19 separate sites
Local landlords swallowed as market demands deeper pockets

Local landlords swallowed as market demands deeper pockets

Six out of 10 rental apartment buildings in B.C. now bought by national REITs or other institutional investors as soaring prices, government restrictions convince local landlords to sell