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B.C. mortgage holders brace for higher payments for longer period

B.C. mortgage holders brace for higher payments for longer period

People will need to reconsider spending and businesses will likewise need to rethink loans to make further investments, says one B.C. economist.
B.C. co-op residents face eviction as rent triples in rare housing failure

B.C. co-op residents face eviction as rent triples in rare housing failure

Totem Co-op in South Surrey will lose its lease on July 1, after failing to obtain the land from under it; members say the new landowner has left them with little options but to leave due to an extreme rent hike proposal.
Hollingsworth 'Flying Arrow' house lists for $2.3M in North Vancouver

Hollingsworth 'Flying Arrow' house lists for $2.3M in North Vancouver

The modest home on an oversized lot puts it at ‘high risk’ of demolition, agent says
Canada’s self-proclaimed fastest-growing unicorn facing legal trouble in B.C., the U.S.

Canada’s self-proclaimed fastest-growing unicorn facing legal trouble in B.C., the U.S.

Vancouver-based Nexii Building Solutions is the subject of two court cases that allege a breach of contract
'Most affordable' private Gulf Island listed for $1.375 million

'Most affordable' private Gulf Island listed for $1.375 million

Five minutes from Vancouver Island by boat
North Van condo silverfish 'infestation' lawsuit fails in court

North Van condo silverfish 'infestation' lawsuit fails in court

After the plaintiff found them in her bed, she decided to sell the condo and sue.
Gregory Martel and company no longer allowed to act as mortgage brokers

Gregory Martel and company no longer allowed to act as mortgage brokers

The B.C. Financial Services Authority said investigators obtained evidence indicating Martel and Shop Your Own Mortgage had conducted business “in a manner prejudicial to the public interest”
Vancouver, Victoria, Kamloops on B.C. government’s 'housing target' list

Vancouver, Victoria, Kamloops on B.C. government’s 'housing target' list

Housing Minister Ravi Kahlon: "I expect most communities will be cooperating fully."
Making B.C.'s Class B and C offices more welcoming

Making B.C.'s Class B and C offices more welcoming

Flexible lease terms, ‘collaboration space’ could help lure remote workers and their employers, to lower-cost space, Altus Group says
Lantzville daycare evicted from church despite $350K in reserve

Lantzville daycare evicted from church despite $350K in reserve

“You can go to a lot of buildings in Victoria that are going to be in the same category [as the Lantzville church] which aren’t being evacuated,” says an engineer who assessed the heritage building