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'Canada’s smallest house' is priced under $25,000

'Canada’s smallest house' is priced under $25,000

The locally built, 72-square-foot Yocto comes with full appliances and doesn’t require a building permit
Young homebuyers tread housing tightrope

Young homebuyers tread housing tightrope

Inflation threatens to push some new buyers into precarious financial positions
Energy advisers needed to bolster home retrofit effort

Energy advisers needed to bolster home retrofit effort

Energy advisers are trained to conduct audits that tell homeowners how their home currently uses energy and how they can upgrade it to be more energy efficient.
Residential construction industry recognized at Northern B.C. Housing Awards of Excellence

Residential construction industry recognized at Northern B.C. Housing Awards of Excellence

The Canadian Home Builders' Association of Northern B.C. came together to recognize and honour members of the local and regional residential contruction industry at the Northern B.C.
B.C. residential real estate outlook 2020: a forecast summary

B.C. residential real estate outlook 2020: a forecast summary

Our round-up of various industry groups’ predictions for B.C.’s housing market next year — and is there a consensus?
Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

Residential sector — especially in Lower Mainland — to see lower valuations, but commercial and industrial real estate values hold firm
November home sales soar 55.3% in Metro Vancouver, prices rebound

November home sales soar 55.3% in Metro Vancouver, prices rebound

Jump in activity takes Metro residential market back to “historically typical levels” while Fraser Valley also sees “unexpected demand”
Residential sales down in B.C. on annual basis, up nationwide

Residential sales down in B.C. on annual basis, up nationwide

Near-12-per-cent year-over-year sales decline in B.C. is offset nationally by gains in Toronto and Montreal
Prince George's development incentives sweet but not a deal-maker

Prince George's development incentives sweet but not a deal-maker

City sees building surge as infrastructure and resource development spark a buzz downtown
Average B.C. home costs three times more than Millennials can afford: study

Average B.C. home costs three times more than Millennials can afford: study

A 25-34-year-old on a typical salary can only afford $250K home, based on current interest rates, says Generation Squeeze