And it comes with 2019 Audi! 😍
1,500 units are planned for construction.
The units are intended for people with low incomes.
Approximate projected rent is $1,300/month for one-bedroom units
Or take your pick of 7 other amazing grand prizes!
Rental vacancy rates saw a slight increase of 0.3% in 2018
You could also win a Tesla, travel packages and more!
Are you feeling lucky? 🍀
There's also vehicles and cold hard cash up for grabs!
Can you guess which city is #1? Hint: It's not Vancouver or Toronto
The housing supports asylum claimants and migrants.
Most people paying the tax are foreign owners, satellite families, and Canadians living outside B.C.
Living in a lakeside condo is one of them!
#7: Pre-qualifying is a thing!
The grand prize also includes $700,000 cash!
Rents start at $862/month
One in James Bay and one in Quadra Village.
And a substantial increase to the Home Buyers' Plan RRSP withdrawal limit
Making the move out to Colwood is looking even sweeter!
And you're invited to the grand opening of their show homes!
Each unit has an attached bathroom and kitchenette
Right after Vancouver and Toronto
Rent will be approximately 30% of each tenants' gross household income
There are 465 spaces available.
Inspired by a Dutch dementia village located in De Hogeweyk, Netherlands
There will be over 150 permanent beds available.
If you own property in BC, expect a declaration package in the mail soon
In case you've ever wanted to live in a crime house
Did yours increase or decrease?
173 shelter beds opened across BC
Rent prices are projected to range from $640 (studio) to $1,500 (three bedroom)
The first one? "Stop renovictions"
It’s the first ever province-wide homeless count
They were living in a tent city
Construction is scheduled to finish in 2020/2021
Rent last month rose 7.5% compared to October 2017
BC will be the first to dedicate provincial housing funds to on-reserve homes
Construction is expecting to begin before the end of the year.
588 new homes are slated for Victoria
Because winter is coming
20 of these units will be in Langford.
The controversial tax is opposed by a number of groups
It's the chance to find out what your future councillors plan to do about the housing crisis
"It's simply not sustainable for renters, many of whom are on fixed incomes, to see their rent increase by more than inflation each and every year"
The task force recommends changing 2019's rent cap from 4.5% to 2.5%
Saanich also allows temporary overnight sheltering in 102 Saanich parks
The campground, which usually welcomes campers year-round, has not announced when it will reopen.
We live in one of the only 3 renter-dominant cities in Canada
The shelter is being opened in response to urgent need
The project has been allocated a $21.1 million fund