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West Vancouver builder denies claims of shadow flipping deal

West Vancouver builder denies claims of shadow flipping deal

A West Vancouver builder of luxury homes is fighting back against claims that he and his wife owe money to a Burnaby man who alleges he had a deal with the couple to market a multimillion-dollar property.
Laneway homes will need to follow design guidelines

Laneway homes will need to follow design guidelines

Laneway homes are coming to Port Moody and they’ll have to follow strict design guidelines. At a meeting last month, Port Moody council adopted an amendment to the city's official community plan to regulate the construction of laneway homes. Coun.
Election candidates urged to learn about purpose-built rental housing

Election candidates urged to learn about purpose-built rental housing

Renters Advisory Committee and LandlordBC co-hosting Aug. 28 workshop designed for Metro Vancouver municipal candidates
Another interest rate hike likely in October: BMO

Another interest rate hike likely in October: BMO

Bank forecasts one overnight rate increase in the fall and a further two in 2019
Another interest rate hike likely in October: BMO

Another interest rate hike likely in October: BMO

Bank forecasts one overnight rate increase in the fall and a further two in 2019
Rob Ford’s house listed at $2.5M – and it’s a teardown (PHOTOS)

Rob Ford’s house listed at $2.5M – and it’s a teardown (PHOTOS)

We don’t know about you, but we were expecting something much fancier
Mortgage defaults in Metro Vancouver plunge, despite high home prices

Mortgage defaults in Metro Vancouver plunge, despite high home prices

Delinquency rate in Vancouver CMA near historical low as Ottawa tightens mortgage access
Nearly half of B.C. boomers will downsize to help fund retirement: poll

Nearly half of B.C. boomers will downsize to help fund retirement: poll

More than a quarter of province's 54- to 72-year-olds have more than half their retirement savings tied up in real estate
West Vancouver ‘Tree House’ condos a sign of things to come

West Vancouver ‘Tree House’ condos a sign of things to come

It may be a called the Tree House but don’t expect this one to come with a rope ladder and trap door. West Vancouver council has given approval to developer British Pacific Properties for a new 12-storey condo tower off Cypress Bowl Road.
Metro Vancouver industrial real estate sees world’s largest jump in lease rates

Metro Vancouver industrial real estate sees world’s largest jump in lease rates

Cost to lease industrial space rose a whopping 29.1 per cent over past year, but region is far from world's priciest