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Subsidized housing units sit empty for months in wait for reno cash

Subsidized housing units sit empty for months in wait for reno cash

Pacifica Housing says it’s facing a funding shortfall of more than $2 million from B.C. Housing, making it challenging to provide the desperately needed units
Enough competition to 'scare the living heck' out of B.C. real estate agents

Enough competition to 'scare the living heck' out of B.C. real estate agents

Pop culture, social media drawing more real estate agents into industry, say experts.
Metro Vancouver retail tenants ‘hard-pressed’ to find space

Metro Vancouver retail tenants ‘hard-pressed’ to find space

CEBA loans and persistently low consumer spending identified as potential challenges for the market.
Vancouver's 'most-artful hotel' to be redeveloped into massive rental and accommodation complex

Vancouver's 'most-artful hotel' to be redeveloped into massive rental and accommodation complex

A new tower is coming to Robson Street
Home builders push back at Kelowna attempt to review construction hours

Home builders push back at Kelowna attempt to review construction hours

Bylaws allow construction to occur in the city from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. 365 days a year.
Realtor fined $28K for lending client $50K to buy Richmond property

Realtor fined $28K for lending client $50K to buy Richmond property

Vicky Wang committed professional misconduct by creating a conflict interest, says industry watchdog.
Alberta leads in office recovery as leasing pares vacancies

Alberta leads in office recovery as leasing pares vacancies

Consecutive quarters of positive absorption push Calgary to 2014 strengths
$35.9M from feds to speed up Richmond housing builds

$35.9M from feds to speed up Richmond housing builds

Local MPs were at city hall on Monday to announce Housing Accelerator Fund money for city.
Assistance offered for cities on new housing rules

Assistance offered for cities on new housing rules

Applications for the funding opened Jan. 1, 2024
Developer appealing $46K fine for violating stop-work order at Burnaby condo project

Developer appealing $46K fine for violating stop-work order at Burnaby condo project

Amacon Construction Ltd. was ordered to stop all work above Level 5 of its 22-storey Alaska Street highrise project in May.