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Almost a quarter of Squamish lives in unaffordable housing

Almost a quarter of Squamish lives in unaffordable housing

That means almost 5,000 people are paying 30% or more of their income on shelter.
Construction costs continue to rise as labour pool shrinks in B.C.

Construction costs continue to rise as labour pool shrinks in B.C.

New BCCA report shows the pressures faced by B.C. contractors in face of inflation and shortages
Q&A with Squamish interior designer Ashley de Boer

Q&A with Squamish interior designer Ashley de Boer

Local is featured on the HGTV series 'Sarah's Mountain Escape.'
Unique Squamish property up for sale

Unique Squamish property up for sale

Other properties around town include condos under $500,000.
Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Parent firm LeHomes Realty has been fined over half a million dollars for two breaches; Cathay Pacific Realty Ltd. was fined $206,250.
Housing supply limiting B.C.’s population growth

Housing supply limiting B.C.’s population growth

Duelling reports question housing demand, but demand more housing
Market rental housing heading for Squamish's Finch Drive

Market rental housing heading for Squamish's Finch Drive

The Loggers East neighbourhood will be seeing two new four-storey buildings, following District of Squamish approval.
Contractor hired by Woodfibre LNG for final stage of site clean-up

Contractor hired by Woodfibre LNG for final stage of site clean-up

Graham Construction says it will bring benefits to Squamish Nation members and Squamish Residents.
Housing remains low and slow throughout September in B.C., across Canada

Housing remains low and slow throughout September in B.C., across Canada

Mortgage qualifying a "significant hurdle" for many potential buyers, says the British Columbia Real Estate Association.
District of Squamish reviews its Community Amenity Contribution policy

District of Squamish reviews its Community Amenity Contribution policy

The policy shapes how much developers will give to affordable housing, childcare, parks, public art and more.
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