Real Estate

This indicates that under certain circumstances, B.C. Assessment may be prepared to make adjustments on its assessments of land in the downtown core.
A white realtor has complained that he was discriminated against by a black client.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has certified a class-action suit against CIBC Mortgage Inc. in connection with its prepayment penalties.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board each reported that the benchmark price is up over June 2013.
The city says there's no need for a community amenity contribution because money was already paid as part of an earlier rezoning.
In many condo buildings, communicating with your fellow residents isn’t easy or necessarily effective.
It looks like another downtown parking lot is going to be replaced by a tall building with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The general manager of planning and development services says a consultant will be hired to conduct a major review of how to preserve Vancouver's heritage.
New community garden at Creekside to try out collective model.
A three-judge panel has concluded that a B.C. Supreme Court justice erred in ordering the landlord to pay nearly $19,000 in damages.