BC Housing News | BCHN.com By: Alisha Ilaender Bylaws To Watch For When Purchasing a Condo in BC The doctrine of “let the buyer beware” is still the norm in Real Estate transactions in BC today. The duty is on the buyer to determine the state of each property being sold before purchasing. Although this […]
BC Housing News | BCHN.com By: Alisha Ilaender Those who use the services of Airbnb will now be compliant with the short-term rental rules enforced by the city. Existing Airbnb hosts will have to prove by August 31st that they have a business license in order to rent out their homes, though new Airbnb host […]
SURREY, BC – While overall market activity slowed slightly in June, apartment sales reached record-breaking levels at 683 transactions for the month. Contact: Michael Gleboff, Communications Coordinator Telephone: 604.930.7630 Source: Fraser Valley Real Estate Board www.fvreb.bc.ca The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board processed 2,571 sales of all property types on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) […]
Proposal to build 40 small cabins for homeless men and women still before city Tyler Olsen Thu Apr 27th, 2017 8:38am A long-discussed proposal to build small cabins for homeless men and women on a two-acre Valley Road property is far from dead, according to one of the people behind it. For three years, the […]
Across North America, city governments and neighbourhood activists are worried that the exploding popularly of Airbnb is hurting neighbourhoods and putting a strain on rental housing stock, as landlords choose the lucrative option of short-term rentals over long-term tenants.
Results from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.'s first-ever rental turnover survey in Metro Vancouver points to a migration of rental demand from the pricier centre to less-expensive suburbs.
The saga continues.
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Burnaby is putting up a forest of high-rise residential towers up to 65 storeys tall over the next 25 years, far outstripping anything Vancouver is contemplating.
Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) awarded REALTOR® Sandra Wyant the Professional Excellence Award on March 15. read more
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) recognised two REALTORS® yesterday for their exemplary commitment to charity and community causes. read more