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Height and price top concerns about housing proposal

Height and price top concerns about housing proposal

Buckley affordable housing plan needs Dentville park, say nearby residents
Canada’s best and worst cities to buy home on single income (INFOGRAPHIC)

Canada’s best and worst cities to buy home on single income (INFOGRAPHIC)

Canada is a hugely diverse country – and so are its real estate markets. The Lower Mainland and Greater Toronto are notoriously expensive, while some areas are still extremely affordable – even if you’re on a single-person income.
Developers speak to Squamish business community

Developers speak to Squamish business community

Several development companies share their thoughts at Chamber of Commerce forum
Want an affordable home? Move to Northern B.C., invites real estate board

Want an affordable home? Move to Northern B.C., invites real estate board

If you dream of owning a spacious detached home on a large lot, it can be yours for a fraction of the cost of those in Metro Vancouver and the capital region, according to a new report by the B.C. Northern Real Estate Board.
B.C. government announces tipline to report real estate misconduct

B.C. government announces tipline to report real estate misconduct

There is now a way for the public to report shady real estate deals. The Real Estate Council of British Columbia announced the launch Thursday of an anonymous tipline “to enhance consume protection in British Columbia’s real estate market.
Home sales across B.C. hit by strict new mortgage rules

Home sales across B.C. hit by strict new mortgage rules

Home sales across the province fell on an annual basis in February, due to tough new rules that make qualifying for a mortgage harder, according to a B.C. Real Estate Association report released March 14. A total of 6,206 B.C.
Many residents' voices heard at OCP public hearings

Many residents' voices heard at OCP public hearings

Many people attended the two-night process to voice their concerns about development and land use
B.C. home sales forecast to drop 8.6 per cent this year

B.C. home sales forecast to drop 8.6 per cent this year

Just because home sales are slowing and mortgage rates are climbing, you shouldn't expect any home price corrections, according to the latest forecast by the B.C. Real Estate Association (BCREA).
Federal budget lacks support for housing: Squamish Mayor

Federal budget lacks support for housing: Squamish Mayor

Last year’s budget more favourable to local governments

‘Dual agency’ real estate rules booted to June

Industry concern cited while commercial agents call for separation from residential