Real Estate

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

Why Vancouver is Canada’s worst city for young professionals

Why Vancouver is Canada’s worst city for young professionals

They earn less, owe more, and can only dream about owning a home. Is it any wonder that Vancouver's young and educated are leaving town for good?

Is 1075 Nelson Street really worth $68 million?

Is 1075 Nelson Street really worth $68 million?

How the story behind a baffling recent real estate transaction has everyone in Vancouver talking

B.C.’s real estate industry could learn a thing or two from this one

B.C.’s real estate industry could learn a thing or two from this one

How a regulatory body reinvented itself—and the important takeaway

Vancouver’s best (and worst) places to live: the list

Vancouver’s best (and worst) places to live: the list

Everything you need to know about all 39 of Vancouver's top 'hoods

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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

Why families are moving to Whistler

Why families are moving to Whistler

No longer simply a ski resort, Whistler is attracting an increasing number of residents with its year-round allure

The Van Mag Q&A: Ian Young on racism and real estate (part II)

The Van Mag Q&A: Ian Young on racism and real estate (part II)

We continue our conversation with one of the city's most outspoken critics of foreign investment in the real estate market

How Ryan Beedie is reshaping Vancouver (and what’s next)

How Ryan Beedie is reshaping Vancouver (and what’s next)

Ryan Beedie is developing real estate for the Vancouver of tomorrow—or trying to