Tagged: Lower Mainland

Seller’s Mistakes

Seller’s Mistakes

1. Being Oblivious of Your Rights & Responsibilities
It is of the utmost importance that you stay well informed of the details of your real estate contract.

Grouse Grind - Grind For Kids

Grouse Grind: Grind For Kids

Grind For Kids is a new event that leverages the enthusiasm of the thousands of people in the Lower Mainland that do the Grouse Grind™ on a regular basis. People sign up and ask friends, family and co-workers pledge $1 or more for every Grouse Grind they do between June and October. At the end of the season participants will share their success with the people who have pledged them and request they fulfill their pledges.

Solar Homes Strategy Vancouver

$4300 Incentive from City and Terasen Gas Targets New & Existing Homes

The fall season is shaping up to be a shining success for solar hot water in BC. The Solar Community of Vancouver has increased their incentive offer to homeowners in the city with $4300 now available for solar hot water installations in both new and existing homes.

Vancouver - The Solar Ready City

Vancouver – The Solar Ready City

Bordered by the Coast Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is not only recognizable as one of the world’s most scenic cities but is renowned for its innovative programs in the area of sustainability.

BookCamp Vancouver 2010

BookCamp Vancouver 2010

BookCamp Vancouver 2010 is a user-generated unconference that brings readers, writers, publishers, educators, community builders and the tech community together – for free!

Regional construction job numbers slip in August

Regional construction job numbers slip in August

Construction employment in the Lower Mainland-Southwest region decreased in August, according to Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s (VRCA) analysis of today’s Labour Force Survey from Statistics Canada.


Doom and gloom predicted for Vancouver house prices

A new doomsday report warns Vancouver’s housing market could be hit by a burst bubble — and a drop in prices by as much as 30 per cent.

The threat of a giant, synchronized real estate bubble looms over all six of Canada’s major cities, says the report released by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.