SURREY, BC – While overall market activity slowed slightly in June, apartment sales reached record-breaking levels at 683 transactions for the month. Contact:  Michael Gleboff, Communications Coordinator Telephone: 604.930.7630 Source:  Fraser Valley Real Estate Board The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board processed 2,571 sales of all property types on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) […]

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The classification of Real Estate Markets are: *Sellers’ Market, * Buyers’ Market, *Neutral Market. By:  Priscila Yanez, Sutton WestCoast Cell:  604 355 4686   VANCOUVER BC:  What all of this means?? Real Estate Markets are affected by several and different factors, such as, mortgage rates, inflation, investment, construction between others, but also by factors like […]

B.C. government introduces new housing market rules on shadow flipping and foreign data collection.   The new regulation under the Real Estate Services Act will require real estate agents and licencees to include, in every contract, a prohibition on the assignment of the contract by the purchaser unless the seller consents to such assignment and […]

A total of 12,560 homes were sold across the province in March, up 38 per cent year-over-year, according to British Columbia Real Estate Association. B.C. Housing – The housing market in Victoria is enjoying a strong increase in demand as buyers seek alternatives to high-priced Vancouver homes. Greater Victoria is in a seller’s market and […]

Across North America, city governments and neighbourhood activists are worried that the exploding popularly of Airbnb is hurting neighbourhoods and putting a strain on rental housing stock, as landlords choose the lucrative option of short-term rentals over long-term tenants. has retracted and apologised over a story alleging that “200 Teens Trash Newly Constructed Home With An Unexpected Housewarming Party”. By: The story was originally run on website but was not accurate.  The police in West Vancouver, where the alleged home was, denied the story when it appeared in several publications reporting […]

So you think you’re having a bad day? You may be, but we doubt you’re having a “200 wild kids trashing your brand new, not even lived in yet, ‘oh look they punched a hole in the wall to use for a football target’” day. That’s exactly what happened to one unfortunate Vancouver homeowner. Like […]

The B.C. government has pledged to crack down on "shady" realtors involved in shadow flipping in the hot property market with new regulations that would see any profits gained by realtors returned to the seller.

Housing News B.C. Has Issued Its Top 21 Ultra HD Images Captured By Local Vancuverites Did we miss one?  Post YOUR Favorited Picture In The Comments Below By:  BC Housing News   VANCOUVER – Before I first came to Vancouver, I knew about the city only two things – the first: it is surrounded by fantastic beauty […]