The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says last month's home sales dropped by about 35 per cent since last June and 16 per cent from May 2022 as houses remained on the market longer and interest rates rose.
A recent browse of real estate listings in Vancouver showed that several mansions in one particular area of the city are for sale.
Vancouver is no longer the most expensive city in Canada, according to the 2022 Mercer Cost of Living survey.
It's not unusual for prospective renters searching out affordable options in Vancouver to come across listings where someone in search of a roommate has crammed a single bed into a windowless, downtown den. But are these arrangements legal?
A buyer able to afford a multimillion-dollar purchase and an annual property tax of about $96,000 could find themselves the new owner of a mansion for sale in Vancouver.
A new "community" of more than 1,600 homes is planned for what those behind the project call one of Vancouver's "largest undeveloped sites."
After hours of chaotic Vancouver city council meetings spanning several weeks, a controversial plan to densify the Broadway corridor was passed Wednesday night.
As Metro Vancouver's real estate market continues to grow, so does the demand for condominiums.
TransLink is turning to real estate development as a way to bring in the money it needs for expansion plans, as it deals with the impact of years of decreased ridership.
With annual rent increases tied to inflation in British Columbia, tenant advocates are worried the next hike could force some already-struggling families from their homes.
For less than the price of a typical Vancouver condo, you could be living in the heart of the city's downtown core – as long as you don't mind a lot of dining out, or having hotel guests for neighbours.
A Vancouver man who sued the would-be buyer of his home for $600,000, claiming he was owed a deposit for that amount despite the deal falling through, has had his claims dismissed by the B.C. Supreme Court.
What may have been seen as a challenge for some builders became an opportunity for those involved in the construction of a mansion on a rocky property in West Vancouver.
Rising mortgage rates are dampening home sales in British Columbia, a just-published real estate report suggests.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ordered the sale of a Richmond condo after determining that it was acquired using funds from a US$7-million fraud committed in Washington State in 2007.
One week after a failed bank robbery in Greater Victoria that left two suspects dead and six officers injured, the chief of the Saanich police told reporters supports were being made available to all officers as three recover in hospital.
Despite initial discussions being positive, negotiations between the B.C. General Employees’ Union and the Public Services Agency hit an impasse on Monday.
A B.C. lawyer committed "egregious" misconduct that amounted to "a gross abuse of his vulnerable client" that left her "destitute," according to a scathing disciplinary decision issued by a law society tribunal.
A webcam captured the horrifying moment a cyclist was struck in downtown Victoria on Tuesday.
Two Saanich, B.C., police officers remain in hospital Tuesday, including one in intensive care, a week after six officers were injured and two suspects were killed in a brazen bank robbery and gunfight near Victoria.
A Victoria family was ecstatic to learn that their lost cat, Miri, had been found about two months after she had gone missing.
Someone tried to smuggle more than 50 kilograms of illicit drugs across the U.S.-Canada border, officials say.
One of the two people shot at a rodeo in B.C. Sunday was an innocent bystander, according to police.
Police are investigating a bizarre theft in Surrey, B.C., where a firefighting truck was taken on a joyride Monday afternoon.
A B.C. man's claim that he did not pay an invoice for the installation of a wall-mounted TV because he somehow suffered a head injury due to shoddy work has been dismissed by a provincial tribunal.
One of the biggest spending scandals in the history of B.C. politics is nearing its conclusion as a court heard sentencing recommendations for the former clerk of the legislature.
An East Vancouver restaurant that describes itself as a place where "omnivores, carnivores, vegans, vegetarians and celiacs can all dine together" will be closing its doors this month, citing the ongoing financial fallout from the pandemic.