A teardown on Vancouver's west side has been listed for just under $3.5 million, a year after it was purchased by a numbered company for $2.5 million.
Multiple rental scams in Coquitlam prompted a warning from RCMP Tuesday after two would-be tenants lost deposits on fake listings.
Vancouver once again has the dubious distinction of being the most expensive city in Canada for renters, along with having the highest year-over-year rate price increase, a new report says.
CTV News spoke to a Realtor about what those involved in real estate at the luxury level should know before they start shopping.
While home prices in Metro Vancouver remain sky-high, the price for single-family detached homes in two of the region's fastest-growing markets have seen a significant dip recently, according to one industry group.
Life in Vancouver is about to get a little cooler, thanks to a new requirement tucked into a council-approved report on bylaw and policy updates.
A proposed 74-unit rental building is moving forward, as the City of North Vancouver council voted unanimously in favour of the redevelopment.
A newly built home for sale in Vancouver is listed at $7.5 million, well above the current benchmark in the neighbourhood of Point Grey.
Even the real estate agent responsible for the sale is surprised by how quickly a $1.5-million teardown in Vancouver was snapped up.
The British Columbia Real Estate Association says the sharp increase in mortgage rates is pushing the province's home sales down "a path to normalizing," although it estimates a balanced market is at least a year away.
A small township in B.C.'s North Okanagan issued a public apology Wednesday after being ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for selling a man's property without his knowledge.
There are still 10 neighborhoods in Vancouver where the average one-bedroom apartment is less than $2,000 a month – a relative bargain as rates continue to climb, according to a recent report.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says home sales in the region fell in April and returned to more historically typical levels for the month.
A mansion described as a "contemporary masterpiece" is for sale in Vancouver, and while the price is significant, it's actually lower than the sellers asked for last time around.
It will soon cost more to be the owner of an empty residential property in Vancouver, as a motion for another tax hike is approved.
A social media video that captures the moment a man gets Tasered by a Vancouver police officer is prompting calls for more training for police going out mental health calls.
Things got messy at B.C. Premier John Horgan's constituency office Wednesday.
The province is not promising any additional help to a Coquitlam woman with stage 4 breast cancer who is having to pay about $1200 a month for her treatment.
Authorities are investigating Wednesday after the body of a porpoise was discovered on a beach near Victoria.
Victoria police say three men were arrested after a random bear spray attack occurred on Monday.
A British Columbia company that was once at the forefront of the booming plant-based meats industry is shuttering stores and production plants as it struggles to survive.
A Coquitlam couple says they’ve been paying more than $1,000 a month for a cancer treatment, even though the drug that’s not being fully covered is already approved and funded in B.C.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Kamloops on Monday as an invited guest of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc as the First Nation marked the first anniversary of the confirmation of 215 unmarked graves on the site of a former residential school.
Most B.C. stores are still stocked with common brands of baby formula, despite the severe shortage in the U.S. But specialty formulas for babies with allergies are becoming harder to find on the province's shelves.
A B.C. woman has been ordered to return a dog she says she received as a gift through a verbal agreement and repay hundreds of dollars for a pet deposit.
The effect of an announcement one year ago about the discovery of what is believed to be dozens of unmarked graves has been compared to reopening old wounds by survivors of Canada's residential school system, but one former student said the pain is necessary.