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Vancouver hit peak unaffordability in late 2022 — and set a Canadian record, too

Vancouver hit peak unaffordability in late 2022 — and set a Canadian record, too

The city's measure for affordability hit a nation-wide record: RBC
Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood rises as an attractive office destination

Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood rises as an attractive office destination

The area's draws include amenities, proximity to transit and zoning options
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
Mortgage moves 'good news' for borrowers, but budget lacks housing support: experts

Mortgage moves 'good news' for borrowers, but budget lacks housing support: experts

New mortgage code of conduct 'good news' for people with variable rate mortgages facing financial burdens, says economist
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
Unprecedented construction needed in B.C. to offset record immigration: Report

Unprecedented construction needed in B.C. to offset record immigration: Report

A new report says home construction in British Columbia will need to rise to unprecedented levels to offset the impact of record immigration on the housing market.
Development demands place pressure on B.C.'s ALR land

Development demands place pressure on B.C.'s ALR land

Provincial housing targets not significantly displacing protected agricultural land
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.