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Map: Here are the cheapest neighbourhoods for rent in Metro Vancouver this December

Map: Here are the cheapest neighbourhoods for rent in Metro Vancouver this December

Your guide to cheaper rent in the region.
Entire hot springs resort for sale in B.C.

Entire hot springs resort for sale in B.C.

The resort is open year-round.
Property assessments expected to rise despite real estate cooling off

Property assessments expected to rise despite real estate cooling off

B.C. Assessment warns property owners to be prepared for a five to 15 per cent jump in their annual property assessments, since they’re based on values before the market cooled
Here's how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Metro Vancouver this December

Here's how much it costs to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Metro Vancouver this December

Vancouver is now the most expensive city in the country to rent in.
Coquitlam mom's struggle to pay expenses not enough to save her from eviction

Coquitlam mom's struggle to pay expenses not enough to save her from eviction

You can be evicted after just three late rent payments, the B.C. Rental Tenancy Branch explained in a recent decision.
Money laundering ring tied to Vancouver real estate alleged by police group

Money laundering ring tied to Vancouver real estate alleged by police group

The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team and RCMP have arrested four Vancouver residents alleged to have formed a money laundering ring for organized crime groups.
B.C. strata rental changes could fuel speculation, critics say

B.C. strata rental changes could fuel speculation, critics say

The B.C. NDP government is removing grandfathered rental restrictions in residential stratas, but to what end?
New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

Premier David Eby's proposed measures include laws that could order fast-growing municipalities to meet housing supply targets and end rental restrictions based on age or type of building. 
B.C. and Vancouver housing starts slow after September high: CMHC

B.C. and Vancouver housing starts slow after September high: CMHC

Starts in Vancouver are down 19 per cent, compared with B.C., which saw a decline of 11 per cent
Updated mapping, data needed in wake of floods

Updated mapping, data needed in wake of floods

Inequality of information frustrates homeowner and government flood planning
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