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B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

Rate-hikes putting pressure on homeowners and first-time buyers, say experts
Letter: ‘Asinine’ cooling-off period will flood Burnaby real estate with rampant speculation

Letter: ‘Asinine’ cooling-off period will flood Burnaby real estate with rampant speculation

Should the BC NDP have passed this without nailing down the details of how it will work?
This $4M home with stunning views is Coquitlam's most expensive listing — but a few bargains still to be had

This $4M home with stunning views is Coquitlam's most expensive listing — but a few bargains still to be had

You can put an offer on a home listed for under $1 million in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam or go all out for a brand, new 5,000 square foot home at the top of Burke Mountain.
Virtual reality is shaping the future of real estate

Virtual reality is shaping the future of real estate

Saving on construction costs and creating realistic spaces that can be viewed and modified remotely opens a parallel dimension for design and sales
Aggressive Passive tower will test new condo price ceiling

Aggressive Passive tower will test new condo price ceiling

Built on dirt valued at $3,900 per square foot with a construction costs up to 20 per cent above market, new 60-storey Curv condos could be Vancouver’s most expensive
Photos: The biggest home for sale in Vancouver is this massive 15,000 sq. ft. mansion

Photos: The biggest home for sale in Vancouver is this massive 15,000 sq. ft. mansion

The home features an indoor heated pool, tennis courts, an elevator and much more.
Developer eyes Granville Island-type project on Coquitlam waterfront

Developer eyes Granville Island-type project on Coquitlam waterfront

Fourteen years after Ryan Beedie got the OK for a waterfront community in southern Coquitlam, the well-known Metro Vancouver developer is ready to realize his vision for Fraser Mills.
CMHC: No affordability relief in sight for Vancouver housing in 2022

CMHC: No affordability relief in sight for Vancouver housing in 2022

Moderating growth in prices, sales, housing starts and rentals outmatched by demand, lack of inventory and construction costs
Opinion: Housing co-ops could solve Canada's housing affordability crisis

Opinion: Housing co-ops could solve Canada's housing affordability crisis

In a period when homelessness and housing costs have reached crisis levels, it’s time to look at housing co-operatives as a potential game-changer.
Housing affordability worsens in Prince George

Housing affordability worsens in Prince George

Home sale prices should moderate with rising interest rates, says real estate agent