Housing in BC Continues To Cool

    Vancouver's red-hot housing marketing continued to cool last month as home sales fell to the lowest level seen in January in the last 10 years. Although The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says that sales are 39.3 per cent lower this January than that of...

BC Housing Expected To Cool In 2019

    Reports from market watchers claim that 2019 could be one of the more affordable years to buy a condo in B.C., thanks to the increased supply and regulatory measures that have contributed to suppressing home sales. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver...

Vancouver Asks Province To Rescind Real Estate Tax

    Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart recently sent a letter to Premier John Horgan asking the provincial government to rescind a new tax on real estate, even though Mayor Stewart claims to support the tax. The tax, called a school tax surcharge, was first introduced as...

Housing in BC Continues To Cool

    Vancouver's red-hot housing marketing continued to cool last month as home sales fell to the lowest level seen in January in the last 10 years. Although The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says that sales are 39.3 per cent lower this January than that of...

BC Housing Expected To Cool In 2019

    Reports from market watchers claim that 2019 could be one of the more affordable years to buy a condo in B.C., thanks to the increased supply and regulatory measures that have contributed to suppressing home sales. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver...

Vancouver Asks Province To Rescind Real Estate Tax

    Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart recently sent a letter to Premier John Horgan asking the provincial government to rescind a new tax on real estate, even though Mayor Stewart claims to support the tax. The tax, called a school tax surcharge, was first introduced as...

Bank of Canada Raises Interest Rate to 1.75%

    The Bank of Canada can finally see “home” on the horizon with the latest increase of interest rates now levelling out. Governor Stephen Poloz and his deputies on the Governing Council raised the benchmark interest rate a quarter point to 1.75 percent, as expected....

Protecting the Rent?

    The B.C. government has announced changes to the province's annual allowable rent increase formula that are expected to save many renters hundreds of dollars next year. Premier John Horgan and Housing Minister Selina Robinson announced Wednesday that they're...

Location, Location, Location?

    A controversy was recently brought to light in the Okanagan Real Estate market - a Global News investigation found some discrepancies on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) between listing locations and actual locations of properties. In a market like Kelowna where...

A Downsize for Baby Boomers

    While the spotlight for small homes tends to revolve around the younger generation and potential for money saving, it seems as though smaller spaces may have a new buyer in town. In a recent report by Royal LePage, it was found that the baby boomers looking to...

Are We Heading for a Market Freeze?

    For months, news outlets and real estate experts alike have been warning of a looming market crash for the BC real estate market, while the numbers stayed strong seemingly just to defy them. After weeks of waiting, it seems as though those predictions may finally...

Dual Agency Rules Hit Home

    Last year, the NDP announced that they would be putting into place new real estate rules that aim to end the practice of dual agency in BC. While the change was meant to be implemented earlier in the year, backlash from the public pushed the start date to the 15th...

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