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Prairie housing markets draw in buyers seeking attractive returns

Prairie housing markets draw in buyers seeking attractive returns

Slow rise in home prices versus mortgage size results in higher loan-to-value ratios
Greater Vancouver home sales to flatten while prices inch up, forecast says

Greater Vancouver home sales to flatten while prices inch up, forecast says

VANCOUVER — Home sales in Greater Vancouver are predicted to stay in line with last year’s slower pace, while prices inch up slightly. The forecasts are contained in the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver's outlook for 2023 released Tuesday.
Metro Vancouver homeowners primed to withstand 'coming storm': Re/Max

Metro Vancouver homeowners primed to withstand 'coming storm': Re/Max

Report delivers rosy outlook for local homeowners
Here’s what real estate is selling in Port Moody instead of single-family homes

Here’s what real estate is selling in Port Moody instead of single-family homes

Port Moody has a lot of older townhomes that are great for families. Recently, five large, older townhomes between 26 years and 50 years old sold in Port Moody in 10 days or less.
Majority of affordable homes approved under federal program not yet constructed

Majority of affordable homes approved under federal program not yet constructed

The federal government has set aside billions of dollars to quickly build affordable housing across the country, but delays in construction suggest many of the projects approved for funding are missing their deadlines.
Indigenous ‘renaissance’ driving local development

Indigenous ‘renaissance’ driving local development

First Nations partnerships, developers advancing housing supply and reconciliation
Title fraud a one-in-a-million threat in B.C., officials say

Title fraud a one-in-a-million threat in B.C., officials say

Safeguards like the land-title registry system make title fraud difficult to commit in B.C., experts say. But there are things homeowners can do to protect themselves.
Costs frustrate efforts to build affordable housing in B.C.

Costs frustrate efforts to build affordable housing in B.C.

Industry says clarity on upcoming building targets, support from Ottawa could help
B.C.'s construction industry cautiously optimistic about year ahead

B.C.'s construction industry cautiously optimistic about year ahead

Mass timber technology a bright spot for an industry still facing challenges
A 'housing bottleneck': Immigration targets exacerbate B.C.'s housing crisis

A 'housing bottleneck': Immigration targets exacerbate B.C.'s housing crisis

The province will have to find housing for the 20 per cent of newcomers it absorbs, on top of current needs.