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First new rental housing in Coquitlam set to break ground

First new rental housing in Coquitlam set to break ground

But costs have risen 40 per cent since the project was proposed, while market rents have yet to be revealed
First new rental housing in Coquitlam set to break ground

First new rental housing in Coquitlam set to break ground

But costs have risen 40 per cent since the project was proposed, while market rents have yet to be revealed
Province confirms rental buildings to be exempt from luxury house tax

Province confirms rental buildings to be exempt from luxury house tax

Properties with four or more rental units will be exempt from the new school tax announced on B.C. Budget 2018
Tempted to sell your Metrotown condo? Don't be too hasty

Tempted to sell your Metrotown condo? Don't be too hasty

Expert recommends that Burnaby condo owners should hold off for a collective deal if they're approached by developers
South Vancouver rental building to be Canada’s largest multi-unit Passive House

South Vancouver rental building to be Canada’s largest multi-unit Passive House

Tenants of the six-storey building at Fraser and 57th will benefit from reduced heating and cooling costs and clean air
Purpose-built rental investors see huge returns in Vancouver

Purpose-built rental investors see huge returns in Vancouver

Tower values nearly double in five years as multi-family demand continues to soar
Apartment landlords in B.C. lobby to nip pot in the bud

Apartment landlords in B.C. lobby to nip pot in the bud

Vancouver lawyer expects pushback from tenant groups and medical marijuana users
New condo registrations pick up after 2017 housing start slump

New condo registrations pick up after 2017 housing start slump

Project flow picks up in Vancouver condo pipeline after a 54 per cent decrease in multi-family housing starts during the second half of 2017
Kelowna rental vacancy rate to rise for the first time in five years

Kelowna rental vacancy rate to rise for the first time in five years

Kelowna multi-family housing starts have soared, pushing up the vacancy rate by providing more supply to the city's growing young population
First new Port Moody rental building in more than 30 years closer to reality

First new Port Moody rental building in more than 30 years closer to reality

The project is subject to a housing agreement with the city that guarantees the building remains a rental for at least 20 years