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Uproar over city's affordability crisis highlights lack of foreign ownership data

Mayor Greg Robertson recently asked B.C. Premier Christy Clark to introduce a speculation tax on people who flip homes and on luxury properties — a suggestion that Clark shot down.

Vancouver neighbourhoods tired of towers, maybe it's time to build down?

As Greater Vancouver prepares to accommodate another 1.2 million people by 2041 it's time we talked about all that unused density right below us.

DTES Local Area Plan pleases, and enrages, everyone

As the saga of our several community plans continues to unfold in Vancouver the DTES Plan proves to be perhaps the most complex and innovative, but surprisingly not the most controversial.

Remember to Breathe: Buyer’s Market Has A Calming Effect on House Hunters

October sales: something for buyers and sellers.

Replaced by condos

Vancouverites shocked by replacement of The Ridge theatre by condos.

Lower Mainland home owners willing to compromise for livability, but not much

Location, location, location continues to motivate buyers and sellers searching for a piece of real estate in the Lower Mainland.

Housing activists take over Hastings condo site

Paris Annex condos got some unexpected occupants today.

In Burnaby, a condo highrise sells out in a day

Amidst speculation in the Vancouver market, BOSA Properties’ newest, largest and "most luxurious" tower in Burnaby, Sovereign sold out minutes after the properties were released for pre-sale last...

In Chinatown, residents' group rejects proposed condos

Some Chinatown residents, largely left out of the loop on the proposed Chinatown condo plan, say they fear increased rent and loss of community in the neighbourhood.