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Church and developer hoping to build community in Port Moody

Church and developer hoping to build community in Port Moody

What started with a few mats in a church basement could soon lead to affordable housing for 55 families in Port Moody. A proposal to redevelop St. Andrews United Church at 2318 St. Johns St.
Check out this unique $11.5M Vancouver penthouse (PHOTOS)

Check out this unique $11.5M Vancouver penthouse (PHOTOS)

This 4,600-square-foot home takes up entire top two floors of 26-storey building
Show time for Coquitlam, Port Moody renos

Show time for Coquitlam, Port Moody renos

A main floor renovation and an outdoor deck in the Tri-Cities will be on display during a Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association tour Sunday.
Most young people considering leaving due to housing costs: poll

Most young people considering leaving due to housing costs: poll

Vast majority of British Columbians say it is almost impossible for young people to buy a house
Your chance to looky-loo at gorgeous local homes (PHOTOS)

Your chance to looky-loo at gorgeous local homes (PHOTOS)

Free, self-guided Parade of Homes tour lets public inside stunning custom homes and renovations
Speculation tax reducing price of B.C.’s recreational homes: survey

Speculation tax reducing price of B.C.’s recreational homes: survey

B.C. one of only three regions expecting price declines, finds nationwide survey of recreation specialist realtors
CMHC says impact of foreign investors unknown

CMHC says impact of foreign investors unknown

A lead analyst for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) made a startling admission to a developer-packed conference in Vancouver May 25 regarding the impact of foreign capital on the Metro residential market.
New tool lets you see the value of your home

New tool lets you see the value of your home

Consumers can now get instant access to local real estate market data
Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

B.C. government should maintain current allowable annual rent increase, says LandlordBC
Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

Landlord group warns Rental Housing Task Force of being legislated 'to death’

B.C. government should maintain current allowable annual rent increase, says LandlordBC