OTTAWA Ã¢ÂÂ The Canadian housing market is cooling, but the decline will be moderate, thanks to the rebound in the labour market, economists say.
Canadian home sales fell 2.6 per cent in April from the previous month, with residential sales totalling 52,042 units last month, 6.8 per cent below the peak reached in December 2009, the [...]
VANCOUVER Ã¢ÂÂ Metro Vancouver real estate sales will drop in 2010 compared to last year and flatten out in 2011 because new buyers who would have been in the market were enticed to buy in 2009, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Wednesday.
CMHC is forecasting that Metro Vancouver will see 35,000 property sales cleared through [...]
VANCOUVER Ã¢ÂÂ April saw a blip in the rise of Metro Vancouver housing prices, which is another sign that the market is easing into a balanced state.
The Conference Board of Canada noted that Metro VancouverÃ¢ÂÂs average home price dipped 2.6 per cent to $662,348 in April from March, though it remains almost 20 per cent [...]
Home ownership costs to rise in Canada: RBC report
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The Squamish First Nation is planning a massive multi-million-dollar development on the bandÃ¢ÂÂs traditional lands at the south end of the Burrard Street Bridge.
Once the Squamish village of Senauq, the land is an undeveloped green space bordered by the Molson Brewery to the southwest, Whyte Avenue and Vanier Park to the north, and False Creek [...]
The Squamish First Nation’s proposed multimillion-dollar development in the heart of Vancouver will include a mix of apartments, condos and office towers at the south end of the Burrard Bridge.
Nothing’s been finalized, but the towers could be as high as 35 storeys, according to renderings obtained by The Vancouver Sun, potentially changing the city skyline, [...]
Plans to restore legendary hotel and convert some floors to condos may be a blueprint for future preservation projects
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This popular free real estate seminar will provide you with insights to avoid pitfalls and ways to protect yourself as a buyer, whether first-time, up-sizing or down-sizing.
“For anyone considering entering the real estate market we would highly recommend taking this seminar.” – Jim and Anna R. – Coquitlam
Next Seminar: Saturday, [...]
Letter to the Editor – Re: “Builders showcase new homes this weekend” (The Times, May 14).
Sponsorship Questioned – published May 20, 2010
The Homeowner Protection Office, and what little it did for homeowners, has been completely dismantled by Rich Coleman and his cronies. No-interest loans and PST rebates for leaky condo owners [...]
The Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association (GVHBA) is presenting another popular consumer event this week. Open House: A Showcase of New Homes highlights the latest advancements in architecture, design, construction technology and energy efficiency.
Some of the region’s most prominent builders will feature 50 decorated and furnished showhomes at 22 home sites in Abbotsford, Burnaby, Coquitlam, [...]