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Richmond developer allows buyers to move in today, pay mortgage in two years

Richmond developer allows buyers to move in today, pay mortgage in two years

Developer said the incentive will help buyers avoid high interest rates, but expert warns what’s saved in interest could be lost in purchase price
Canadian property listings now warn buyers of wildfire, flood and extreme heat

Canadian property listings now warn buyers of wildfire, flood and extreme heat

Two major Canadian real estate listing platforms now offer Canadians how much risk individual properties face over the next 30 years from heat waves, wildfires, flooding and drought.
Changes to foreign buyer ban won’t impact pace of development, say experts

Changes to foreign buyer ban won’t impact pace of development, say experts

Adjustments to regulations represent a return to normal for the province’s developers: CHBA
Squamish Nation announces intention to develop 140 hectares of land across Lower Mainland

Squamish Nation announces intention to develop 140 hectares of land across Lower Mainland

Moratorium will be placed on third-party development proposals as they seek a development partner
Landlords, developers are rethinking and rebuilding the regional shopping centre

Landlords, developers are rethinking and rebuilding the regional shopping centre

Greater Vancouver projects contributing to Canada’s leadership in mall redevelopment
B.C. homebuyers craving more control throughout real estate process: survey

B.C. homebuyers craving more control throughout real estate process: survey

Homebuyers looking for flexibility in their homes to create environments that function for both work and play, according to Re/Max Canada
Top-ranked B.C. ski resort for sale for $8.25 million

Top-ranked B.C. ski resort for sale for $8.25 million

It's been ranked #1 in Canada for snow
B.C.'s strata manager shortage could put housing in greater peril

B.C.'s strata manager shortage could put housing in greater peril

Not having enough strata building managers could harm property values, increase fees and affect insurance.
Demand is outpacing growth in Metro Vancouver's rental market

Demand is outpacing growth in Metro Vancouver's rental market

Metro Vancouver's rental demand could quadruple, says a new report from RBC.
Are people tipping their Metro Vancouver landlords? Find out what that means

Are people tipping their Metro Vancouver landlords? Find out what that means

Vancouverites have sparked an impassioned debate on social media about some renting behaviours.
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