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Coach house — plus river view — makes this Port Coquitlam's most expensive home

Coach house — plus river view — makes this Port Coquitlam's most expensive home

From the ashes of disaster, this 5,000 sq-ft. home is now for sale on a lot where a house burned down in 2019.
Land shortage sparks scramble for Metro alternatives

Land shortage sparks scramble for Metro alternatives

Outlier centres, farmland an option as the region’s land base shrinks and costs rise
Ledingham McAllister architectural stunner, Precidia, is reimagining West Coquitlam living

Ledingham McAllister architectural stunner, Precidia, is reimagining West Coquitlam living

This 29-storey development offers a collection of 178 one-bedroom and den to three-bedroom residences starting from the $600,000’s
Vancouver real estate downturn has already started

Vancouver real estate downturn has already started

Buyers ponder abandoning purchase commitments in the face of higher interest rates
Cost of housing is a chronic municipal election issue

Cost of housing is a chronic municipal election issue

Clash between density, community character to headline political campaigns – again
B.C. home sales plummet 35% in April

B.C. home sales plummet 35% in April

Declining sales not affecting home prices so far
Movala: Kelowna’s most walkable beachside community is set to release its final building this spring

Movala: Kelowna’s most walkable beachside community is set to release its final building this spring

Skywater at Movala blends Kelowna’s unique recreational lifestyle with luxury amenities
93% of B.C. MLAs own a home, nearly half have a second property

93% of B.C. MLAs own a home, nearly half have a second property

If B.C. lawmakers have so much skin in the game, may this impact their will to implement effective housing policies? "It's a totally valid question to ask," says a political science professor.
Attached Port Coquitlam homes — the only Tri-City real estate with April sales increases despite regional drop

Attached Port Coquitlam homes — the only Tri-City real estate with April sales increases despite regional drop

The data seems bleak, but experts say its represents a return to somewhat normal levels of sales, prices and listings.
Hot B.C. housing market set to cool

Hot B.C. housing market set to cool

British Columbia’s housing market remained active through March but is expected to downshift as rising interest rates curb sales and prices.