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Jul 13, 2017
June residential real estate sales soar in parts of B.C. (but not where you'd expect)
By BCBusiness

Although the total number of residential units sold provincewide dropped 9.6 per cent in June and total sales dollar volume was down 5.6 per cent compared to the same month last year, both increased outside the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island...

Jul 13, 2017
How technology will affect commercial real estate: study
By BCBusiness

A new white paper published by Toronto-based commercial real estate firm Avison Young examines automation and the future of work, business disruption via technologically driven process innovation and the evolution of property, location and services to adapt to these changes. Architecture...

Jul 12, 2017
Vancouver moves to legalize short-term rentals
By BCBusiness

The City of Vancouver is proposing regulations to allow 70 to 80 per cent of the nearly 6,000 existing short-term rental listings to operate legally. The City feels the proposed regulations will protect long-term rental supply while enabling supplemental income...

Jul 12, 2017
5 most popular Canadian biz books from the week of July 3 to 9
Munro’s Books

Best-selling business titles provided by Munro’s Books, 1108 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.

Jul 12, 2017
The Emergence of Row Homes: What You Need to Know

BCBusiness + McQuarrie Row homes are an attractive option for savvy homeowners looking for value and avoiding a strata As a real estate and land-development lawyer, Greg van Popta has noticed developers favouring row homes over townhomes. Row homes are essentially townhomes...

Jul 11, 2017
The case for banning Uber
By BCBusiness

Here’s a radical thought: maybe B.C.’s arcane transportation rules were right to deter Uber from the start. Harvard Business School prof Benjamin Edelman argues that the whole business model of the world’s most valuable startup is predicated on flouting rules...

Jul 11, 2017
Housing: The view from Seattle
By BCBusiness

Seattle has only recently started to feel the heat on its housing market from foreign buyers, in part due to B.C.'s foreign buyer tax. But this well-researched analysis from the Sightline Institute, a think tank focused on sustainability and urban...

Jul 11, 2017
The Three Cs of Success

BCBusiness + Grant Thornton LLP As a company owner, how do you choose one professional accounting firm over another? Does size matter? How about reputation? Or perhaps it’s how well the organization treats its employees and clients and whether they engage with...

Jul 10, 2017
5 ways to plan for retirement

BCBusiness + Raymond James Financial Planning Ltd. Retirement planning can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be. Cindy David, who is one of the top estate planners in the country, suggests a comprehensive range of services that include financial planning, tax, and investment-advisory services to prepare your retirement plan. David, who incorporated under Cindy David Financial...

Jul 10, 2017
Crucial Points To Turn Around B2B Sales Teams

Long gone are the days when luck was an acceptable component of any sales person’s arsenal. So, too, is the notion that opportunities simply happen. It’s just not done that way anymore, says Boyd Liski, co-founder of FOCUS Selling Systems (FSS), a service and training company that he and his brother...

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