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City sees $206M in real estate sales

City sees $206M in real estate sales

Mortgage rates expected to drag on prices and sales, says real estate board
UPDATE: Road name request postponed

UPDATE: Road name request postponed

Parkwood developers proposing road names in the Beaver language
UBCM proposes increased support for solar panels, water systems

UBCM proposes increased support for solar panels, water systems

While the province supports heat pumps, there are no equivalent incentives for home and building owners to increase their own supply of renewable energy
Net-zero home retrofits would cost up to $6.3 billion per year: study

Net-zero home retrofits would cost up to $6.3 billion per year: study

Study from CD Howe Institute says Ottawa would need to retrofit more than 500,000 homes per year to hit 2030 net-zero target
Strata-lot market expands as RV sales explode across Canada

Strata-lot market expands as RV sales explode across Canada

A huge increase in recreational vehicle owners has expanded a niche selling rather than renting RV camping spots
Hotels, storage units, and 13 other types of real estate you can invest in

Hotels, storage units, and 13 other types of real estate you can invest in

Ever dream of owning real estate but don't want to finance, manage, or maintain the property?
Bank of Canada hikes overnight rate 75 basis points

Bank of Canada hikes overnight rate 75 basis points

The overnight rate is now at 3.25 per cent, the highest policy rate since 2008.
Fort St. John property sales reach $145.1M through first half of 2022

Fort St. John property sales reach $145.1M through first half of 2022

The BC Northern Real Estate Board released its mid-year results on Friday, reporting 353 properties worth $145.1 million were sold in the Fort St. John area through the first half of 2022. That’s compared to 425 properties worth $163.
Property tax deadline next week

Property tax deadline next week

The average Fort St. John homeowner will pay about $175 more in property taxes this year

OSB mill still city's top taxpayer

Fort St. John’s top 10 taxpayers paid just over $4.7 million in 2021.
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