New revelations came forward over Reddit about one of the hottest viral videos over the past week.
Despite a December slowdown in housing sales, it was still a very good year for the industry, according to the B.C. Real Estate Association.
A key question is how banks will view this help from the government.
A pilot project has been launched in several neighbourhoods, but homeowners can opt out by emailing email@example.com.
Sales of apartments and detached homes plunged in December, but prices remain significantly higher than they were at this time last year.
It's worth more than any other home in the province.
Will that be enough to offset the impact of a foreign-buyers tax, tighter mortgage rules, and sky-high prices?
The developer that brought Trump Tower to Vancouver has proposed a more modest project for the western edge of the Downtown Eastside.
The decision is good news for municipalities and regional governments because it means two large corporations won't get a tax break.
There wasn't nearly as much attention paid to interprovincial migration and interest rates in sharp price rises in the first half of the year.