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Data Points: B.C. home sales improve as the average Vancouver price hits peak

Data Points: B.C. home sales improve as the average Vancouver price hits peak

Interest rate cuts may spur activity, but affordability concerns linger
Office vacancy rate in downtown Victoria up sharply, remote work blamed

Office vacancy rate in downtown Victoria up sharply, remote work blamed

A number of firms that work in web-based and software-based industries or do data management have started to give up larger office footprints
Vancouver council approves controversial 14-storey rental tower in Kerrisdale

Vancouver council approves controversial 14-storey rental tower in Kerrisdale

Coun. Sarah Kirby-Yung: “I am not impressed — I will be honest — with this applicant.”
Alliance Française Vancouver opens $24M, 30,000-square-foot hub

Alliance Française Vancouver opens $24M, 30,000-square-foot hub

French language and culture organization unveils largest independent cultural hub in B.C.
Province announces $12.7M for Whistler housing project

Province announces $12.7M for Whistler housing project

Construction expected to be complete in 2026
This overbudget Burnaby community centre could mean increased taxes when complete

This overbudget Burnaby community centre could mean increased taxes when complete

Staff are recommending a total contract of $267 million for the Cameron Community Centre and Library.
Rob Shaw: Weak tenancy laws do little to help B.C. landlords battle ‘cuckooing’ criminals

Rob Shaw: Weak tenancy laws do little to help B.C. landlords battle ‘cuckooing’ criminals

Victoria home goes from family abode to drug den
Victoria to tinker again with rules for short-term rentals

Victoria to tinker again with rules for short-term rentals

New provincial rules clash with the city’s regulations
The best time to take out a 3-year mortgage was a year ago. Here's how times have changed

The best time to take out a 3-year mortgage was a year ago. Here's how times have changed

Today, shorter mortgages are better, and flexibility is the name of the game.
Property investors still see Vancouver as low-risk, high-reward market

Property investors still see Vancouver as low-risk, high-reward market

Rates are expected to remain stable entering Q3, according to Avison Young.