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BC Assessments show modest overall value declines, steeper in Lower Mainland

BC Assessments show modest overall value declines, steeper in Lower Mainland

Biggest drops in home values are in West Vancouver and UBC, while many parts of B.C. post an increase in home assessments
Woodland Park plan includes community centre, trail, condos

Woodland Park plan includes community centre, trail, condos

A 5,000-sq. ft. community centre, retail spaces and a daycare for 37 children are some of the amenities being proposed as part of the redevelopment of Port Moody’s Woodland Park townhouse community.
B.C. real estate outlook 2020: a forecast summary

B.C. real estate outlook 2020: a forecast summary

Our round-up of various industry groups’ predictions for B.C.’s housing market next year — and is there a consensus?

More rentals are still not enough in Coquitlam

Coquitlam may be leading the charge in Metro Vancouver when it comes rental housing development but it is still not enough to meet demand.
Real estate agent fined over property rental

Real estate agent fined over property rental

West Vancouver realtor was not licensed to act as a rental agent, and was fined $7,500 for unprofessional conduct
B.C. housing market ‘firming’ as home sales, prices rise

B.C. housing market ‘firming’ as home sales, prices rise

With listings down for seventh straight month, sector edges towards seller’s market territory once more
Ioco townsite caught in the middle of density tussle

Ioco townsite caught in the middle of density tussle

A volunteer group passionate about preserving Port Moody’s history is worried the future of the old Ioco townsite is being lost in the tussle over the amount of density that can be built on the Ioco lands surrounding it.
Tri-City assessments expected to drop

Tri-City assessments expected to drop

Single-family home assessments expected to see the biggest declines, says the BC Assessment Authority
Developer still bullish after Bold proposal rejected

Developer still bullish after Bold proposal rejected

A developer whose plan to make 163 new homes affordable to middle-class purchasers was rejected by Port Moody council at its Dec. 3 meeting said he’s not giving up on the city.
Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

Residential sector — especially in Lower Mainland — to see lower valuations, but commercial and industrial real estate values hold firm