In part 2 of a series on affordability by the Urban Development Institute (read part 1), UDI discusses four zoning changes that could increase housing choice and diversity.
Forking over all that money to your landlord once a month can make the dream of home ownership seem more elusive payment by payment.
A recently-launched blog is shining a light on vacant homes in Vancouver, and is calling for civic action to put those properties to good use.
James Island is up for sale, and for $75 million you can go big and go home to your very own private island retreat.
Mount Pleasant, like many other neighbourhoods in the city, is on the cusp of a major shift. With downtown Vancouver pretty much built out, the focus for future growth will […]
A new survey by the federal government’s Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation reveals that nearly one in five condominium owners in Vancouver and Toronto purchased another unit for investment purposes.
A petition was filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia on May 21, 2014 by the FCRA seeking the Court’s direction to rectify all activities inconsistent with the park-zoned […]
Are you tired with life in the busy city? Would you be willing to buy a one-acre private island with a house, guest house and pontoon boat?