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Data points: B.C. housing sales falter in February, retail sales start 2024 down

Data points: B.C. housing sales falter in February, retail sales start 2024 down

Relatively high interest rates continue to impact buyers on multiple fronts
Opinion: Flawed Broadway Plan prioritizes density—not affordability

Opinion: Flawed Broadway Plan prioritizes density—not affordability

The plan allows for massive density without increased protections for below-market rentals
Award-winning West Vancouver home lists for $5.9M

Award-winning West Vancouver home lists for $5.9M

The Howard Residence won a Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia Award in Architecture in 2019
Study says women well represented in commercial real estate. Insiders disagree

Study says women well represented in commercial real estate. Insiders disagree

Women account for nearly half of the workforce in Canadian commercial real estate firms.
Vancouver neighbourhood divided: High-density housing vs. better amenities

Vancouver neighbourhood divided: High-density housing vs. better amenities

Density and child care come to life in one proposed development in Vancouver's Point Grey neighbourhood.
Architect Barry Downs's former home lists for $4.6M in West Vancouver

Architect Barry Downs's former home lists for $4.6M in West Vancouver

Downs House II is at risk of demolition, listing agent says
Six in 10 Richmond homes for sale priced above $1M: Report

Six in 10 Richmond homes for sale priced above $1M: Report

Richmond has the second most 'ultra-luxury' homes on sale in B.C.
Photos: Vancouver mansion drops more than $10 million off already discounted listing

Photos: Vancouver mansion drops more than $10 million off already discounted listing

The current price is less than 50 per cent the original
B.C. construction sees more awareness for women, but equity gap persists

B.C. construction sees more awareness for women, but equity gap persists

More work needs to be done to highlight women and underrepresented groups in the province's construction industry, say local experts.
B.C. and Canada need to boost construction activity, warns CMHC

B.C. and Canada need to boost construction activity, warns CMHC

Despite decline in unfilled construction positions, B.C.'s industry still has a significant labour gap.