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Net-zero home retrofits would cost up to $6.3 billion per year: study

Net-zero home retrofits would cost up to $6.3 billion per year: study

Study from CD Howe Institute says Ottawa would need to retrofit more than 500,000 homes per year to hit 2030 net-zero target
Hotel, conference centre, shopping and homes for 8K residents OK'd for TriCity Central in Coquitlam

Hotel, conference centre, shopping and homes for 8K residents OK'd for TriCity Central in Coquitlam

Last night (Sept. 26), after a public hearing that drew two speakers, council unanimously greenlit second and third rezoning readings for TriCity Central, a Marcon Quadreal Lands project for the southeastern corner of the Lougheed and Barnet highways.
More British Columbians are opting to rent rather than own, report says

More British Columbians are opting to rent rather than own, report says

According to Statistics Canada, declines in homeownership reflect trends in new construction connected to the densification of large urban centres
REW is ready to talk money

REW is ready to talk money

REW.ca launches new product, introduces REW Money
Real estate sales stay strong in qathet region

Real estate sales stay strong in qathet region

“Price gains remain deep into double-digit territory and we haven’t seen any signs of topping out yet..." ~ Neil Frost, president, Powell River Sunshine Coast Real Estate Board
Hotels, storage units, and 13 other types of real estate you can invest in

Hotels, storage units, and 13 other types of real estate you can invest in

Ever dream of owning real estate but don't want to finance, manage, or maintain the property?
Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Buying a home in the middle of the pandemic may not seem wise, but the Canadians who did it are still happy about their decision.
Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Despite a dwindling market in Canada, B.C. is seeing a return to normal after a "crazy market" during COVID-19, says expert.
B.C. home sales entering 'balanced market' as Fraser Valley prices plummet

B.C. home sales entering 'balanced market' as Fraser Valley prices plummet

U.S. inflation data in September indicated persistent interest rate hikes that will weigh on Greater Vancouver markets
How real estate wealth compares across generations

How real estate wealth compares across generations

Real estate investing remains a primary vehicle for gaining wealth and growing assets, a trend that is likely to continue for many more generations to come.