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'Still open for business': Pressure on remaining short-term rentals in Kelowna

'Still open for business': Pressure on remaining short-term rentals in Kelowna

Visitors face uncertainty, wedding parties scramble for accommodation
Home sales dip in April from prior month as spring listings perk up: CREA

Home sales dip in April from prior month as spring listings perk up: CREA

The Canadian Real Estate Association says the number of homes changing hands in April fell from the previous month despite an influx of new listings hitting the market. On a month-over-month basis, CREA said home sales in April were down 1.
CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in April down 1% from March

CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in April down 1% from March

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in April edged down one per cent compared with March.
Data Points: Lower Mainland housing sales near cyclical lows in peak season

Data Points: Lower Mainland housing sales near cyclical lows in peak season

More homeowners are listing their properties as the market cools
Demovicted Burnaby renters to move into new apartments at old rents

Demovicted Burnaby renters to move into new apartments at old rents

Public officials and developers gathered May 13 to celebrate a new rental development that will welcome previously displaced Metrotown renters.
Office of disbarred Richmond lawyer for sale for $7.8M

Office of disbarred Richmond lawyer for sale for $7.8M

A sign states the unit is on sale for a "crazy discount" of $2.2 million.
Tree lawsuit could halt West Vancouver rental project

Tree lawsuit could halt West Vancouver rental project

The development permit should not have been granted, court documents state.
Realtors association wants upgrades to B.C. public's access to property documents

Realtors association wants upgrades to B.C. public's access to property documents

Digitizing records, online tracking among proposals
UBC Properties Investments, City of Kelowna facing class action over campus construction

UBC Properties Investments, City of Kelowna facing class action over campus construction

Residents of nearby buildings claim construction caused extensive damage.
Major civic project funding on the line as Burnaby saw $175M shortfall in developer money last year

Major civic project funding on the line as Burnaby saw $175M shortfall in developer money last year

Burnaby expected to get $237M from developers last year to pay for its major redevelopment projects in years to come. It came $175M short.