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Arthur Erickson’s Eppich House II lists for $12.8M after ‘significant’ restoration

Arthur Erickson’s Eppich House II lists for $12.8M after ‘significant’ restoration

The 6,400-square-foot architectural masterpiece sits on a 1.2-acre lot in the British Properties of West Vancouver
Beach House restaurant in Cordova Bay has closed and is on the market

Beach House restaurant in Cordova Bay has closed and is on the market

A potential buyer for the property was lined up but the sale did not complete this month as anticipated.
Chinese woman sues husband's alleged mistress over $3.1M Burnaby house

Chinese woman sues husband's alleged mistress over $3.1M Burnaby house

Ci Huang claims her husband used "several intermediaries and various accounts" to transfer about $4.6 million from family bank accounts to his mistress, who allegedly used some of it to buy a property on Hersham Avenue in Burnaby.
Slim housing options for students lead to creative solutions

Slim housing options for students lead to creative solutions

Lawn-sign campaign in Nanaimo is having some success.
Fraser Valley, Victoria down payments rise over $100k since 2018

Fraser Valley, Victoria down payments rise over $100k since 2018

The Fraser Valley continues to see competition as buyers search outside Metro Vancouver for lower prices
What are the five most affordable cities in B.C.?

What are the five most affordable cities in B.C.?

Kamloops and Kelowna among five most affordable B.C. cities
Federal government invests $208M in south Vancouver rental housing

Federal government invests $208M in south Vancouver rental housing

The funding will go towards 422 rental units for the River District area.
Sales activity slows as capital region housing market returns to seasonal norms

Sales activity slows as capital region housing market returns to seasonal norms

A total of 595 properties changed hands in July, down by 15 per cent from last month
Metro Vancouver commuting impacts homebuyer demand and prices

Metro Vancouver commuting impacts homebuyer demand and prices

'Psychological return on investment': Buyers are weighing home prices with the time it takes to commute to work.
B.C. senior facing rising debt as mortgage payments double

B.C. senior facing rising debt as mortgage payments double

Evelyn Stephen is also paying back CERB at the same time.