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Unique real estate listings that caught our eye this week

Unique real estate listings that caught our eye this week

A Galiano Island marina, a Saskatchewan golf course and the court-ordered sale of a multi-family development site in south Vancouver drew our attention
Data reveals the cities with the steepest — and cheapest — home closing costs in B.C.

Data reveals the cities with the steepest — and cheapest — home closing costs in B.C.

The most affordable cities when it comes to home closing costs are: Kamloops, Powell River and Sooke
B.C. lawyer highlights mental health in real estate contracts

B.C. lawyer highlights mental health in real estate contracts

With Mental Health Week coming to a close, conversations around mental health in the industry will create a more supportive environment, says the CEO of the B.C. Real Estate Association.
B.C. construction industry expected to cool in 2023, 2024 amid high interest rates

B.C. construction industry expected to cool in 2023, 2024 amid high interest rates

Housing starts and investment in residential real estate will recover by 2026, according to BuildForce report
Local governments seek provincial help regulating tiny homes

Local governments seek provincial help regulating tiny homes

Building tiny homes can be difficult because the B.C. building code doesn’t directly address them, advocate says
Displaced RidgeView residents mull options for seeking compensation

Displaced RidgeView residents mull options for seeking compensation

Former tenant Ashley MacDonald is organizing discussions with other evacuees about pursuing a class-action lawsuit against those responsible for the building’s problems.
Vancouver Island ranked as best place to buy in B.C.

Vancouver Island ranked as best place to buy in B.C.

B.C. cities received lower rankings compared to other provinces, with Greater Vancouver being the second worst place to buy in Canada.
Kitimat housing market not feeling the LNG love

Kitimat housing market not feeling the LNG love

Bucking the rosy forecasts of five years ago, housing sales and prices in the northwest B.C. city have fallen steadily, even as LNG Canada nears completion
BC Housing names Vincent Tong permanent CEO

BC Housing names Vincent Tong permanent CEO

Announcement follows sudden and major overhaul of board members last summer
Powell River Council grants variance for Cranberry Place

Powell River Council grants variance for Cranberry Place

Life Cycle Housing Society’s affordable housing project receives support
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