Spring buyers and sellers emerge in the Greater Vancouver housing market

Home buyers and sellers became more active in the Greater Vancouver housing market in April.

Home sale and listing activity continue to chart a steady path for the region’s housing market

March home sales in Greater Vancouver outpaced last year’s total yet lagged the region’s historical average for the month.

Commercial real estate market sees increased sales activity to close 2013

A strong finish to 2013 kept sales activity in the Lower Mainland’s commercial real estate market in line with historical averages.

REALTORS® honoured for community service and charitable work

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) recently honoured Brad Leslie and Laura-Leah Shaw as this year’s recipients of the REALTORS Care® Award.

REBGV instates 2014/2015 president

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) is pleased to introduce Ray Harris as its 2014/2015 president. Harris replaces outgoing President Sandra Wyant.

REALTOR® Eileen Smith receives real estate’s highest honour

Eileen Smith is this year’s recipient of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver’s (REBGV) Professional Excellence Award, one of the highest honours within the real estate profession.

Home sales and listings continue to follow historical averages

In the first two months of 2014, the Greater Vancouver housing market has maintained the steady pace set throughout 2013.

Steady trends continue in the Greater Vancouver housing market

The first month of 2014 saw home sale and listing totals outpace historical averages in the Greater Vancouver housing market.

Metro Vancouver housing market characterized by modest home sale and price increases in 2013

The Greater Vancouver housing market maintained a consistent balance between demand and supply throughout 2013.

Blanket Drive provides warmth as cold snap hits Lower Mainland

For dozens of local charities and the people they help, the November 18 – 25 timing of this year's REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive couldn't have been better.

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