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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
Data points: B.C. home sales register first back-to-back monthly gain in a year

Data points: B.C. home sales register first back-to-back monthly gain in a year

Housing sales had another robust month in March following February’s rebound
Pent-up demand for Vancouver luxury housing ‘intensifying’: Sotheby’s

Pent-up demand for Vancouver luxury housing ‘intensifying’: Sotheby’s

Buyer activity will hinge on the introduction of new housing inventory into the market
Empty lot listed for $22,900 in B.C.

Empty lot listed for $22,900 in B.C.

One of the lowest priced pieces of real estate in the province.
Changes to B.C. contaminated site regulations will hike costs, waste soils, critics say

Changes to B.C. contaminated site regulations will hike costs, waste soils, critics say

High cost and extension of new sampling requirements could see more soil disposed of at sea rather than used as fill
Can B.C. landlords, roommates install cameras in apartment common areas?

Can B.C. landlords, roommates install cameras in apartment common areas?

From the shared laundry to a unit's living room, here's what's legal.
Lack of B.C. strata depreciation reports a cause for concern, says association

Lack of B.C. strata depreciation reports a cause for concern, says association

B.C. stratas delaying depreciation reports could lead to insurance problems and owner liability issues.
Fraud involving Sooke Harbour House leads to $1.6 million in fines

Fraud involving Sooke Harbour House leads to $1.6 million in fines

B.C. Securities Commission imposed penalties on Timothy Craig Durkin and SHH Holdings Ltd. for lying about their ownership of the now-closed hotel and restaurant to get a Chinese citizen to invest