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Recent Posts on BCBusiness

Jul 16, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: July 7 to 13

Vancouver and Victoria had the priciest residential real estate sales last week. Both Vancouver properties sold quickly: a Point Grey townhouse went for $1.7 million in a single day, while a Yaletown condo fetched its asking price of $1,271,900 in...

Jul 12, 2019
After Hours: 3 things to do this summer

For 40 years, the annual Kamloopa Powwow has celebrated the Secwepemc people’s culture and heritage. The colourful mix of storytelling, food, song and dance in traditional regalia attracts performers, craftspeople and spectators from all over North America. Dancers and drummers...

Jul 9, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: June 30 to July 6

Last week the Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board reported that sales in Metro Vancouver were almost 35 percent below the 10-year average for June and the lowest for the month in 19 years. “Carnage makes the news,” says Zolo Realty...

Jul 2, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: June 23 to 29

The two most-expensive residentialproperties sold last week were located outside Metro Vancouver, according to MLS figures analyzed by Vancouver-based Zolo Realty for BCBusiness. Both went for 100 percent of list price and were on the market less than 30 days—the period...

Jun 25, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: June 16 to 22

The two most-expensive properties sold last week fetched similar prices, but style-wise they couldn’t be more different. The priciest was a 2,250-square-foot Yaletown condo with mountain and ocean views, according to MLS figures analyzed by Vancouver-based Zolo Realty for BCBusiness. Originally listed for...

Jun 12, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: June 2 to 8

Victoria was the real estate hot spot last week. The most expensive home sold in B.C. was in Uplands—and it went for slightly above the asking price of $4.45 million. Thanks to its proximity to the University of Victoria, Uplands...

Jun 5, 2019
After Hours: What to read and do this June

With the surface deposits of California’s gold mines largely tapped out, in 1858 more than 25,000 fortune hunters headed north to the Fraser River Canyon, where local First Nations had discovered the precious ore. The resulting Fraser River War between...

Jun 4, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: May 26 to June 1

Both the most- and least-expensive homes sold in B.C. last week were in the Lower Mainland: a single family home in North Vancouver and a condo in Surrey. Realtors have to unpublish online listings once they're sold, but details—address, price, days...

May 29, 2019
The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: May 19 to 25

Sales data was obtained from B.C. real estate boards by Zolo Realty on behalf of BCBusiness. The type of information from each board may vary. Over six million home shoppers start their search on Zolo.ca each month. Zolo is a...

Apr 9, 2019
Exit plan: How to sell or transfer your business successfully

Private and family businesses represent nearly two-thirds of Canada’s GDP and employ more than 12 million Canadians, notes a new report from PwC Canada. The data was taken from research undertaken for the PwC Family Business Survey (2016), the PwC Next Gen Survey (2017) and the PwC Family Business Survey...

Apr 4, 2019
Canadian employees prefer meaning over money: survey

As it turns out, “money isn’t everything” is truer than you might think. Just ask California–based ServiceNow, which surveyed Canadian office workers to find out what matters to them in their jobs. More than half of the 1,500 respondents to the online poll said that they wished their work was...

Apr 3, 2019
After Hours: 3 things to do in April

Joseph Tisiga, a Whitehorse-based artist of Kaska Dena ancestry, takes visitors on a journey of identity through Tales of an Empty Cabin: Somebody Nobody Was, an exhibit of new and remixed works in a variety of mediums at Whistler’s Audain...

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