Greater Vancouver saw a typical, solid month of residential home sales on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in April, in contrast to the near record pace witnessed in the two preceding months.
A defining cosmopolitan centrepiece in the heart of Richmond: five towers and townhomes connected by an exclusive two-acre private park, plus the future home of both Trinity Western University and a new City of Richmond Community Centre.
Activity in the Greater Vancouver housing market continued to strengthen in March with both the number of homes sold and added to the regionâ€™s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) reaching near record levels.
Aware of all the potential changes that are coming in the next few weeks and a strong realization of the material impact that they could have on the mortgage marketplace
A Vancouver mansion that has been a part of the city’s rich history since the 1930’s is up for sale — again — for a cool $10.5 million.
According to a new three-year forecast released by Central 1 Credit Union, things are on their way up in B.C- led primarily by an upstart of activity and higher prices in Metro Vancouver.
Three Simon Fraser University students – Joseph Choi, Alex Venetis and Steffi Chua – have organized a book drive named â€œThe BIG Book Driveâ€ to collect books for the Salvation Army.
Demand for detached homes continues to be strong across Greater Vancouver, with particularly high sales volumes occurring in Richmond and Vancouver Westside.
Balance and stability, two words that recently seemed foreign and unlikely, at least in reference to the Canadian Housing Industry.
The Greater Vancouver residential housing market entered three distinctive phases in 2010.