London saw its high-end prices fall most significantly in the second quarter; Cape Town saw the most growth in the sector High-end housing markets across the globe, beleaguered by the coronavirus pandemic and the accompanying damage to the economy, have reached their lowest rate of annual growth in almost a decade, according to the […]Read more "Luxury Real Estate Across the Globe Sees Lowest Rate of Growth in a Decade"
MORE than 70 farmers from throughout British Columbia have found new opportunities in farming communities through the B.C. Land Matching Program (BCLMP). Delivered by Young Agrarians, the BCLMP connects new, young and established farmers with landholders seeking to lease their properties to ensure their land stays in production or starts producing food. Since the pilot launch, […]Read more "More farmers get access to affordable, available farmland in B.C."
Tidy up the garage, clean the patio furniture or finally get around to that DIY project…we all have a list of projects around the house that seems to grow faster than you can finish it. Now that you might be spending more time around the house, why not use this as an opportunity to start a […]Read more "8 Around-the-House Projects to Tackle"
CREA economist Shaun Cathcart on how the overheated markets before the crisis could become a source of strength after Shaun Cathcart, senior economist at The Canadian Real Estate Association, talks to Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the state of Canada’s real estate in the wake of the pandemic and how the overheated market could […]Read more "Ignore the gloomy forecast — property prices are not poised to decline 18%"
Click the links below to view the monthly market statistics for your area in an easy to understand infographic. Listings, sales and prices are summarized for condos, townhomes and single family homes for cities across B.C. Abbotsford Bowen Island Burnaby East Burnaby North Burnaby South Cloverdale Coquitlam Kelowna Ladner Langley Maple Ridge Mission Nanaimo New […]Read more "Monthly Market Update"
Tidy Up First and foremost, you should make sure your bedroom is clean. It’s not just better hygienically and aesthetically speaking, but it can also be less stressful. “None of us want be in this situation, but we’re in it, so we can at least keep our spaces clean, which can it can make you […]Read more "You Can Make Your Bedroom More Relaxing Right Now"
For when perfected your outdoor garden and are ready to enjoy. Summer is on its way and warmer temperatures have us running outside to enjoy any space we have. Whether you’re working with a fire escape patio or a wide open backyard, we’ve rounded up plenty of ways to work with what you have. Read on—the […]Read more "Backyard Activities to Enjoy Right Now"
HAPPY EARTH DAY! You don’t have to switch up your entire life to live a more sustainable one. In fact, there are countless tiny tweaks you can make at home that not only help the environment, but can be better for your health while saving you cash. That’s called a win-win-win. From simple swaps (after you use […]Read more "Little Ways to Green Your Life at Home"
No-fail designer secrets to refresh a tired room from start to finish. 1. GET INSPIRED Put your imagination to work when thinking about your decorating project. Inspiration can come from anywhere—from magazines to nature walks—and it’s easy to corral your ideas with sites like Pinterest. Start by collecting images and creating a strong theme that speaks […]Read more "DECORATING 101: HOW TO REDECORATE YOUR HOME"
A bleach solution or rubbing alcohol is your best bet for keeping your home sanitized. There’s everyday clean, guest clean, and then there’s COVID-19 clean. To get down the absolute nitty gritty on how to disinfect your home, you’ll want your big guns: bleach, rubbing alcohol, and hot water. The Best Disinfectants For your […]Read more "How to Disinfect Your Home in the Time of Coronavirus"