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Powell River city councillors vote to relax requirements for residential development in Cranberry

Powell River city councillors vote to relax requirements for residential development in Cranberry

Council approves housing variances
Realtor in Powell River celebrates 20 years of living, loving and selling

Realtor in Powell River celebrates 20 years of living, loving and selling

Max Pagani started new chapter in January by joining 460 Realty
Real estate in qathet region reaches another record in sales

Real estate in qathet region reaches another record in sales

Housing market dollar value elevated in June 2021
This bathroom with a bed was listed as a 'micro studio' for $680/mo in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

This bathroom with a bed was listed as a 'micro studio' for $680/mo in Vancouver (PHOTOS)

The listing claims the ‘suite’ is 160 feet squared, 90 ft. sq. less than the city-defined minimum
New record set for highest house price in B.C.'s capital region

New record set for highest house price in B.C.'s capital region

The seven-bedroom and seven-bathroom home was originally listed at $14.1 million.
Rental development in Powell River to go to public hearing

Rental development in Powell River to go to public hearing

Proposal calls for a 141-unit facility to be built on Joyce Avenue
'Canada’s smallest house' is priced under $25,000

'Canada’s smallest house' is priced under $25,000

The locally built, 72-square-foot Yocto comes with full appliances and doesn’t require a building permit
Powell River city councillor discusses affordability challenges raised by renters

Powell River city councillor discusses affordability challenges raised by renters

Housing portfolio holder believes region’s plan will take care of ongoing crisis
Housing market still active in Powell River region

Housing market still active in Powell River region

Sales for May 2021 considerably higher than previous year
Young homebuyers tread housing tightrope

Young homebuyers tread housing tightrope

Inflation threatens to push some new buyers into precarious financial positions