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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.
Port Coquitlam property owner seeks variance to subdivide odd-shaped lot

Port Coquitlam property owner seeks variance to subdivide odd-shaped lot

It's a large piece of property but a variance is required to allow for a smaller frontage on one of the lots.
Canadian home sales expected to pick up in spring but inventory still lags

Canadian home sales expected to pick up in spring but inventory still lags

Vancouver real estate sector experiencing resurgence in buyers, says agent
Canada needs 300K new rental units to avoid housing shortage quadrupling by 2026: RBC

Canada needs 300K new rental units to avoid housing shortage quadrupling by 2026: RBC

A Royal Bank of Canada report predicts Canada's rental housing shortage will quadruple to 120,000 units by 2026 without a significant boost in stock.
Someone has bought this $2.15M Port Moody penthouse with killer views and a hot tub

Someone has bought this $2.15M Port Moody penthouse with killer views and a hot tub

This property sold for more than its 2023 assessed value — but it's not the only luxury condo for sale in the city
Amazon layoffs raising spectre of added empty Vancouver sublease space

Amazon layoffs raising spectre of added empty Vancouver sublease space

Downtown Vancouver has a 30-year-high amount of empty sublease office space
Why 'vegetarians only' ads are part of B.C.'s rental market menu

Why 'vegetarians only' ads are part of B.C.'s rental market menu

What you should know when you see vegetarian-only rental ads on Facebook marketplace, Kijiji or Craigslist.
Calgary will pay owners to demolish vacant downtown office towers

Calgary will pay owners to demolish vacant downtown office towers

Incentives meant to help remove empty space in a core with a 30 per cent office vacancy rate
Opinion: Housing activity picks up but correction too early to call

Opinion: Housing activity picks up but correction too early to call

Is the housing market turning the corner after 2022’s severe slump? It is still too early to say, but Lower Mainland home sales gained some traction and prices notched higher in February – signs that lower housing prices, greater interest