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Now is a great time to buy (don't let interest rates tell you otherwise)

Now is a great time to buy (don't let interest rates tell you otherwise)

Houses are not for sale right now, they are on sale.
The terms and conditions of the foreign buyers tax

The terms and conditions of the foreign buyers tax

The door is still open (a crack) for foreign buyers in B.C. and Ontario, but come January 2023 that door may well shut with a bang as a (temporary) ban on foreign buyers is implemented.
Rate holds: are they worth the hype?

Rate holds: are they worth the hype?

Rate holds have become highly rated in the bumpy landscape of mortgage interest rates and homeseeking. But is a fixed-rate option the best bet today? And what if variable-rate turns out to be the best choice for tomorrow?
Converted B.C. church listed for $850,000

Converted B.C. church listed for $850,000

The property could also be used as a cemetery.
Housing activity in November down 50 per cent year-over-year: BCREA

Housing activity in November down 50 per cent year-over-year: BCREA

November 2022 marks another slow month for housing activity as the industry is squeezed by interest rate hikes
B.C. housing activity in November down 50% year-over-year

B.C. housing activity in November down 50% year-over-year

November 2022 marks another slow month for housing activity as the industry is squeezed by interest rate hikes.
Paint colour can increase home value by nearly $6,500, research shows

Paint colour can increase home value by nearly $6,500, research shows

In a difficult market, sellers can use strategic colours to make the most out of their sale.
What's the key to living large in a small space?

What's the key to living large in a small space?

Residents looking to embrace tiny living should have a 'start fresh mentality,' say small space experts.
What you should know about Bob Lewis, the prolific builder of West Coast Modern homes

What you should know about Bob Lewis, the prolific builder of West Coast Modern homes

In his heyday, Lewis was building more than 100 homes a year, sold through his own realty business
Will shifting the way we tax improve housing affordability in B.C.?

Will shifting the way we tax improve housing affordability in B.C.?

Contrary to prior research, two experts are speaking out and saying that increased taxes will not help the housing and affordability crisis
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