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 […]

An English Tudor house built in 1922, by Townley Matheson, the architectural firm that designed Vancouver City Hall and Grey Point Secondary has been given temporary heritage protection while the city determines whether it merits conservation.

B.C. government introduces new housing market rules on shadow flipping and foreign data collection.   The new regulation under the Real Estate Services Act will require real estate agents and licencees to include, in every contract, a prohibition on the assignment of the contract by the purchaser unless the seller consents to such assignment and […]

A total of 12,560 homes were sold across the province in March, up 38 per cent year-over-year, according to British Columbia Real Estate Association. B.C. Housing – The housing market in Victoria is enjoying a strong increase in demand as buyers seek alternatives to high-priced Vancouver homes. Greater Victoria is in a seller’s market and […]

The saga continues.
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Thom Armstrong says the most important part of the federal budget’s investment is housing is that the federal government is stepping back into the issue. The federal Liberal government has jumped back into funding affordable housing programs, including ones to promote rental housing construction and bolster rent supplements. Photograph by: Wayne Leidenfrost, Vancouver Sun   […]

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So what kind of help will Syrian Refugees get once they arrive in Canada? According to the Canadian Council for Refugees, government-assisted refugees can get some help through the federal Resettlement Assistance Program. By:  KENNETH CHAN   VANCOUVER – That support is generally available for up to a year. The maximum amount provided is $25,000 […]

An unregistered Surrey mortgage broker has been ordered to stop offering financial services. A probe that also resulted in an investigation into her realtor husband for recommending his wife’s services. By Jason Proctor Mortgage Broker Surrey Financial Services Commission (FICOM) issued a cease and desist order against Ranminder Kaur Gill last month after she allegedly advised […]

The dominant influence of Chinese investors in Vancouver has finally been proven with comprehensive data. In a recent six-month period about 70 per cent of all detached homes sold on Vancouver’s west side were purchased by Mainland China buyers, an academic case study shows. By Sam Cooper METRO VANCOUVER – Even more stunning, the study […]