High interest rates are continuing to have a cooling effect on B.C.'s residential real estate market, as sales slump, active listings plateau and average prices dip.
A new forecast from the BC Real Estate Association is predicting that home sales and prices in the province will continue their decline this year and into 2023.
A developer is proposing 439 rental homes in two towers with a six-storey podium between them in Vancouver's rapidly changing Oakridge neighbourhood.
Rising interest rates, inflationary pressure and widespread economic uncertainty are cooling the luxury real estate market in Vancouver, according to a new report.
One of the first development projects to be considered under Vancouver's recently approved Broadway Plan will be a 25-storey tower proposed for the intersection of Main Street and East 5th Avenue in Mount Pleasant.
The unusually low listing price for a detached home in East Vancouver that features both a basement suite and laneway house is raising eyebrows online.
For less than the price of a luxury condo in downtown Vancouver, you could be living on a 25-acre property in B.C.'s Similkameen Valley that comes with a fully functioning winery.
The number of home sales in the Vancouver area dropped further in September, as higher interest rates continued to cool the region's hot housing market.
With the real estate market slowing down, Andrea Rozenberg, who bought her False Creek condo during the pandemic, says she has no regrets.
B.C.'s housing market is showing signs of stabilizing, despite slower-than-normal activity, a provincial real estate association says.
A listing for a mansion in Vancouver's Shaughnessy neighbourhood promises everything from a "bespoke golf simulator room" to a garage that's a "veritable cornucopia of delights" – but the property taxes alone will cost you more than the city's median household income.
The latest statistics from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver released Friday revealed the region's housing market continued to see a quiet summer season through August.
A recent decision by B.C.'s Property Assessment Appeal Board explains how the assessed value of a 9.5-acre parcel in rural Abbotsford increased nearly 1,200 per cent in a year.
A new student housing complex at a Metro Vancouver college is expected to provide beds for hundreds and hopefully ease some pressure in the local rental market.
The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear an appeal from property developer Concord Pacific Acquisitions, ending a long-running legal dispute over the billion-dollar development of one of Vancouver's last parcels of waterfront land.
Canada's supply of children's cold and flu medication increased by more than 2 million units this week, but it's not known when supplies will arrive in B.C., or how many are on the way to the province.
Temperatures are expected to dip below zero this weekend, a forecast that can be frighteningly cold for those who call the streets their home.
Two B.C. nurses were disciplined by their professional college this week for diverting narcotics from their workplaces.
A Comox Valley man has been sentenced to 31 days in prison after pleading guilty to sex crimes for which he was arrested in August.
A 4.8-magnitude earthquake shook homes on Vancouver Island Friday night, but no damage has been reported, according to Earthquakes Canada.
Shelves are being stocked at the Sooke Food Bank in preparation for the upcoming Christmas hamper season.
The surge in sick kids has B.C.'s Surrey Memorial Hospital seeing quadruple as many patients as their emergency department was designed for, and 100 more kids per day than last year – making it one of the busiest pediatric units in the country.
A youth in Surrey is recovering from minor injuries after being hit in the face by a firework early Sunday morning, prompting Mounties to investigate.
A Surrey Mountie who was already facing nine criminal charges has had another five laid against him in an ongoing investigation, the detachment announced Wednesday.
Carol Todd is worried the Dutch man convicted of harassing and extorting her teenage daughter, Amanda, who later died by suicide, may not serve any of the 13-year sentence handed to him by a British Columbia court.
An inquest will be held to determine the details surrounding the suicide of a Vancouver police officer nearly four years ago.
The police incident that closed the Coquihalla Highway for several hours Wednesday does not appear to be connected to any other "recent high-profile events" in B.C.'s Lower Mainland, according to police.