Housing

Your 5 Favourite Q&As of the Year

Your 5 Favourite Q&As of the Year

Private schools, low wages, racism and real estate—here's a look at your favourite Q&As from 2016.

The Death of the Single-Family House in Vancouver

The Death of the Single-Family House in Vancouver

Author and UBC professor Nathanael Lauster discusses Vancouver's changing urban landscape—from a city of cottages to a city of condos and duplexes—and why other cities should be following our lead.

Is it time for Vancouver to allow more micro-lofts?

Is it time for Vancouver to allow more micro-lofts?

We spoke with Jon Stovell, one of the city's leading figures on urban development and real estate

Racism, real estate, and the lessons of history

Racism, real estate, and the lessons of history

As Prime Minister Trudeau apologizes for a horrendous act of racism in the past, are we creating the conditions for more of them in the future?

Editorial: The BC Liberals are playing with fire

Editorial: The BC Liberals are playing with fire

Can the government afford to write off the concerns of Vancouverites about housing affordability? We're all about to find out

Is Vancouver’s geography also to blame for soaring house prices?

Is Vancouver’s geography also to blame for soaring house prices?

A quick comparison with Toronto suggests foreign investment isn't the only reason we have $2-million bungalows

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Editorial: Wednesday’s town hall should get everyone’s attention

Editorial: Wednesday’s town hall should get everyone’s attention

Vancouverites are mad as hell about housing. Now, we're about to find out if they're willing to take it anymore

The Van Mag Q&A: David Eby on our hot housing market

The Van Mag Q&A: David Eby on our hot housing market

The NDP MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey has been an outspoken critic of the provincial government's inaction on the housing file. Now, he's taking that fight to the next level

Is Airbnb butchering Vancouver’s rental market?

Is Airbnb butchering Vancouver’s rental market?

Maybe the sharing economy isn't so great after all

The Van Mag Q&A: Ian Young on racism and real estate

The Van Mag Q&A: Ian Young on racism and real estate

The South China Morning Post’s Ian Young tackles two interconnected issues we're afraid to talk about in Vancouver  

Condo of the Week: $499,000 for a truly unique loft off Main

Condo of the Week: $499,000 for a truly unique loft off Main

It's industrial, it's Brooklyn, it's East 4th Ave.

Why China’s crashing stock market will drive up Vancouver home prices

Why China’s crashing stock market will drive up Vancouver home prices

The stock market has had a terrible year so far in China. But that might mean Vancouver's housing market has another good one