Skip to content

Real Estate News

'Definitely rare': 8.8 acres of Big Bend farmland in Burnaby sells for $5M

'Definitely rare': 8.8 acres of Big Bend farmland in Burnaby sells for $5M

A local buyer plans to farm the land, according to the listing agent.
Tour requests surge for North Vancouver home blessed by Dalai Lama

Tour requests surge for North Vancouver home blessed by Dalai Lama

The Fred Hollingsworth-designed house is listed for $3.3M
Vancouver unlocks housing for mid-income earners, near schools but not Shaughnessy

Vancouver unlocks housing for mid-income earners, near schools but not Shaughnessy

Council voted to approve a motion that aims to add housing density near under-enrolled schools in addition to adding mandates to support housing for middle-income earners.
North Vancouver utilizes $92M in CMHC funding across two rental projects

North Vancouver utilizes $92M in CMHC funding across two rental projects

One of the projects is already completed and fully leased with more units to come in the summer of 2025
RealTours show explores Richmond’s densifying neighbourhoods

RealTours show explores Richmond’s densifying neighbourhoods

RealTours is the breakthrough new series from REW.ca that brings you Canadian real estate like you’ve never seen it before.
87 B.C. communities have applied to the Housing Accelerator Fund

87 B.C. communities have applied to the Housing Accelerator Fund

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says they're working with the cities and municipalities who have applied for federal support.
'It's disgusting': B.C. man offering free housing for 'girlfriend with benefits'

'It's disgusting': B.C. man offering free housing for 'girlfriend with benefits'

The man is renting "a little one-bedroom studio" at no cost.
Neighbourhood residents hire development consultant to oppose Vancouver rental rezoning

Neighbourhood residents hire development consultant to oppose Vancouver rental rezoning

Rezoning for the secured-rental building was unanimously approved by council but amended to consider potential issues with access to the building's parkade.
Will B.C.'s short-term rental laws come up short?

Will B.C.'s short-term rental laws come up short?

B.C.'s new provincial short-term rental laws will force hosts to declare their homes as primary residences, with information going to a new registry that will be accessible by Canada Revenue Agency.
Richmond mansion on sale a year after purchase for $5M more

Richmond mansion on sale a year after purchase for $5M more

The asking price is three times the assessed value