Housing prices are falling in some parts of the Lower Mainland, but not for properties that the NDP base is going to be able to afford.
If you've been wondering why homeowners in Point Grey seem so angry this year, the latest numbers from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver provide an explanation.
The City of Vancouver questioned in court a Board of Variance decision relating to the rental development.
Full market rents will apply to 60 percent of the units at the redeveloped Jewish Community Centre.
Finance Minister Carole James has forecast a 2.6 percent annual increase in property-transfer taxes over three years, but is that really achievable under current circumstances?
The deal was revealed quietly on August 3 with the release of Telus's latest quarterly earnings report.
Rupinder Dawodharry admitted misappropriating deposits in nine property transactions.
When it comes to prices, the hardest hit areas over the past year have been on the West Side of Vancouver and West Vancouver, where detached homes are down over eight percent.
Retired city property manager Ted Mason believes that his town will become the region's new West End.
Lee’s Benevolent Association of Canada plans to build a six-storey building at 835-837 East Hastings Street.
High inventories of homes are accumulating in West Van and on the West Side of Vancouver.
The chief executive officer of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, British Columbia, makes a case that the tax must be tweaked to forestall its worst impacts.
Purchasers must prove that they live and work in Metro Vancouver.
New definition of social housing in Vancouver makes it possible for wealthy people to live in these homes.
Vancouver residents renting their homes out on Airbnb are running out of time to comply with new bylaws that aim to bring the booming industry under a modicum of control.
Critics say if the B.C. Pavilion Corporation's application is approved, it will set a precedent for other developers to penetrate view cones.
Three units at the future Tomo House are proposed to be priced 35 percent below market value in perpetuity.
The City of Vancouver has approved a starting rent of $3,702 for a three-bedroom unit in Kerrisdale.
The partnership gives the Sunshine-Coast microbrewery the exclusive rights to sell its beer at the Rio Theatre.
A proposed development at 3070 Kingsway will deliver 40 rental units.
Community activist and marketer Melody Ma has also tried to rouse the public about the building heights being proposed in Northeast False Creek.
City of Vancouver staff note public concern over separate entrances for condo and social housing residents.
Landlords and tenants typically fight over rent, repairs, and noise. And there’s also the issue of pets.
It's going to be part of the massive redevelopment of Oakridge Centre, which includes more than 2,600 housing units.
Landlords warn that tinkering with the formula will affect plans for new rental housing.