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Realtors offer advice, seek clarity on growing pot in homes

Realtors offer advice, seek clarity on growing pot in homes

Campaign by B.C. real estate board offers tips to home owners and potential buyers
Love it or lawyer it? North Vancouver couple sues reality home reno show

Love it or lawyer it? North Vancouver couple sues reality home reno show

A North Vancouver couple who appeared on the TV show Love It Or List It Vancouver has filed a lawsuit against the show’s parent company and its producers, claiming the renovation completed on their home for one of the episodes was substandard and res
Feds announce new national housing fund

Feds announce new national housing fund

Through new fund, CMHC will create up to 60,000 affordable units across Canada and renew up to 240,000 more
Boomers cashing in on high-value homes to buy vacation properties

Boomers cashing in on high-value homes to buy vacation properties

Retirees driving demand for recreational real estate
B.C. home price trajectory flattens with slow sales, more listings

B.C. home price trajectory flattens with slow sales, more listings

Rising inventory creates “less upward pressure on prices”
Huge Vancouver mansion re-listed – at $15M lower (PHOTOS)

Huge Vancouver mansion re-listed – at $15M lower (PHOTOS)

A breathtaking, multiple-award-winning mansion in Vancouver’s Southlands that hit the headlines in 2016 is back on the market .
Realtors and developers brace for sustained downturn

Realtors and developers brace for sustained downturn

'Fear, not fundamentals' causing real estate market slowdown in Lower Mainland
Council turns down Garibaldi Springs project

Council turns down Garibaldi Springs project

The development proposal by Polygon Homes failed in a 4-3 vote at third reading
Britannia residents discuss artisan market, helicopter touring permits

Britannia residents discuss artisan market, helicopter touring permits

Locals ask for test flight to gauge noise, raise concerns about an increase in visitors
Overspending on rent has become the ‘new normal’

Overspending on rent has become the ‘new normal’

Nearly forty per cent of Squamish renters spending more than accepted threshold of income on housing costs
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