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Realtors offer advice, seek clarity on growing pot in homes

Realtors offer advice, seek clarity on growing pot in homes

Campaign by B.C. real estate board offers tips to home owners and potential buyers
Sidney fire hall site part of $9M deal

Sidney fire hall site part of $9M deal

Local development partners Fraser McColl and Dan Robbins are planning to spend at least $9 million to buy Sidney’s old fire hall and an adjacent parking lot.
Two-thirds of homes hit by speculation tax will be B.C.-owned, James says

Two-thirds of homes hit by speculation tax will be B.C.-owned, James says

Almost two-thirds of those who pay the new housing speculation tax will be British Columbians, Finance Minister Carole James admitted Wednesday. B.C. residents who own several homes will be disproportionally hit.
Victoria in top spot on Christie's global luxury housing markets list

Victoria in top spot on Christie's global luxury housing markets list

Greater Victoria is on top of the world when it comes to the “hottest” housing markets around the globe, according to Christie’s International Real Estate.
Feds announce new national housing fund

Feds announce new national housing fund

Through new fund, CMHC will create up to 60,000 affordable units across Canada and renew up to 240,000 more
Victoria is sixth-priciest city in Canada for one-bed rents: survey

Victoria is sixth-priciest city in Canada for one-bed rents: survey

City is third most-expensive in B.C. for both one- and two-bed rental units, after Vancouver and Burnaby
Boomers cashing in on high-value homes to buy vacation properties

Boomers cashing in on high-value homes to buy vacation properties

Retirees driving demand for recreational real estate
James Bay condo development on duplex lots gets narrow nod

James Bay condo development on duplex lots gets narrow nod

Victoria council narrowly approved a 12-unit strata development on Montreal Street, even though veteran councillor Pam Madoff warned it would be “destabilizing” much of James Bay.
B.C. home price trajectory flattens with slow sales, more listings

B.C. home price trajectory flattens with slow sales, more listings

Rising inventory creates “less upward pressure on prices”
Residents ask B.C. court to review Saanich’s approval of Cordova Bay development

Residents ask B.C. court to review Saanich’s approval of Cordova Bay development

Saanich residents frustrated with council’s approval of a four-storey condo-retail development in Cordova Bay are seeking a judicial review in B.C. Supreme Court. Council voted 8-1 on Jan.