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BestHomesBC showcases desirable condos, townhomes, houses and award-winning developments for sale across British Columbia. From city condos in Vancouver to Whistler chalets for sale to vineyard estates in the Okanagan to waterfront Victoria homes, the selection is as diverse as the province itself.

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Google page 1 ranking is guaranteed for all properties listed on BestHomesBC.com with a direct link to Realtors' and Developers' contact details. Nicola Way - founder of BestHomesBC.com - writes a weekly real estate column in the Vancouver Sun, the National Post, Sing Tao Daily, the WestEnder, the UK's 'Canada' magazine, and OPP China - where her Canadian property-focused articles are translated into Mandarin and sent to 110,000 Chinese real estate agents specialising in buying overseas properties for their clients. Where possible, we include some of the properties that are listed on BestHomesBC.com within these articles. Please click here to add a property or development to the site.

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Read our weekly real estate column, 'Sold (Bought)', in the Vancouver Sun that reaches 481,100 readers.

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Read our WestEnder real estate focus that features recent downtown Vancouver sales.

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See our twice-monthly real estate feature in the National Post. Estimated readership 1.5 million.

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Latest Canadian Real Estate Blog - for all entries, see BLOG

  • Why the trend for owning a rental property is growing

    Derek Petridis, a 39-year-old chief financial officer at Shikatani Lacroix Design Inc. in Toronto, has loaded up on seven condominium rental properties over the past decade. It may seem like he’s got an extreme bet on the housing sector, but a new survey shows he is far from alone, with about one in 20 Canadian […]

  • Will the Bank of Canada’s interest rate cut make any difference to home buyers?

    Already ranked as one of the most unaffordable cities in the world, Vancouver’s heated real estate market could get a further push, after the Bank of Canada cut the overnight lending interest rate to 0.75 per cent. The rate had been at one per cent since September 2010 and the cut shocked markets on Wednesday. […]

  • Doesn’t look like interest rates will rise this year

    Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will remain in interest-rate hibernation for another year as plunging oil prices raise concerns the nation’s economic growth is in jeopardy, economists say. Poloz, who delivers the central bank’s next rate decision tomorrow, will hold off raising borrowing costs until 2016, according to the median forecast in a Bloomberg […]

  • How much are first-time homebuyers spending across Canada?

    First-time home buyers are spending more to get into homeownership while some are putting off the buying decision based on financial considerations, says a new report from BMO. The average spent in Canada by first-time buyers is $316,100, up from $300,000 in 2013, according to the BMO 2014 First-Time Home Buyers Report, with only one […]

  • How will plunging oil prices affect the Canadian housing market?

    House prices are expected to increase just “moderately” across Canada this year, led by above average gains in the Greater Toronto area but saddled by uncertainty in the West thanks to slumping oil prices. House prices gains are likely to slow this year, but still average about 2.9 per cent across Canada, says realtor Royal […]