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B.C. log home builders reach overseas for new markets

B.C. log home builders reach overseas for new markets

Local companies increasingly serving customers outside of the province
Commodities, shipping, permits driving up property prices

Commodities, shipping, permits driving up property prices

Majority of key indicators point to higher prices for Lower Mainland real estate in 2022
Coquitlam currently hosts the sixth most expensive two-bedroom rental rates in Canada: report

Coquitlam currently hosts the sixth most expensive two-bedroom rental rates in Canada: report

The average cost in December nearly $2,200, while a one-bedroom place went for more than $1,500.
Unique B.C. house on stilts selling for $425,000

Unique B.C. house on stilts selling for $425,000

If village community living is your bag, this might be for you
A brand new adventure with Real Estate Works

A brand new adventure with Real Estate Works

Driven by a culture of ownership, REW.works exists to enable our people to create, craft and collaborate with confidence
Cedar Creek’s final phase: don’t miss out on The Signature Collection starting from mid-$500s

Cedar Creek’s final phase: don’t miss out on The Signature Collection starting from mid-$500s

This is your final opportunity to live at Cedar Creek, South Burnaby’s most exciting new community
Proposed tax on $1 million homes appears a non-starter

Proposed tax on $1 million homes appears a non-starter

University of B.C.- based advocacy group funded by taxpayers calls for tax on home equity paid at time of sale
Inclusion, walkability will be key to rebuilding cities after the COVID-19 pandemic

Inclusion, walkability will be key to rebuilding cities after the COVID-19 pandemic

Income, accessibility, the presence of green space and the availability of amenities are neighbourhood features that affect how COVID-19 has spread through cities
Tri-City December home sales decreased by 25% — but two forms of real estate managed to break even

Tri-City December home sales decreased by 25% — but two forms of real estate managed to break even

It appears prospective homebuyers were interested in Port Coquitlam houses and Port Moody apartments despite the year-over-year drop.
Could taxing all homes over $1M fix Canada's housing crisis?

Could taxing all homes over $1M fix Canada's housing crisis?

CMHC-backed report has floated a surtax on all homes over $1 million. Targeting the top 9% of homeowners in Canada, the tax would only apply when a home is sold.