Some homes will rent for $375 per month.
The market is seeing a shrinking supply of listings.
Their zine captures what life looked like living at the Beacon Hill encampment.
The ranch property has a boathouse AND a tennis court.
The homes will be located next to a supportive housing project.
A feedback survey is open until June 3.
The project is intended for families, seniors, and people with disabilities.
Another person was also evicted for another fire
A second housing project is in the works.
For those who need it, sheltering has been offered.
It'll eventually be developed to create additional rental housing
They are working to provide service on Highways 14 and 16.
Or be at risk of a court injunction.
Two of them are on Vancouver Island!
Vancouver is still the most expensive city for one and two-bedroom rentals.
A real estate listing shows the property was listed at $3.4 million last year.
The housing will be located in the Hudson District.
You won’t know until you own...a house.
6 locations were revealed today
Encampments will end April 30th.
Here's a breakdown of what other major cities in the country ranked.
Those living in encampments were supposed to be housed by the end of the month.
While Victoria only placed 30th on the list!
The proposed changes will protect renters against evictions and extend the rent freeze until Dec 31st.
The arena will open itself to 45 people experiencing homelessness.
Along with 33 supportive homes.
It was ranked 4th from September to January.
The lease has been set to expire on March 31, 2021.
And people are still buying them! 😳
As a whole, Canada's average rent was down 7.1% last year.
More time at home = more $$ in your pocket! 🤑
You can check your assessment online!
The rent freeze was originally instated in March.
"With this, we'll be able to take on some new projects and expedite some of the existing ones," said CRD Board Chair Colin Plant.
One in Sooke, one in White Rock!
As of the end of September.
Two properties will house newly arrived refugees.
Through two new housing developments.
Plus brand new vehicles and cold hard cash!
Rent will range from $375 to $1,250 per month depending on income.
And it could all be yours 😍
Residents will start moving into these units in mid-August.
The province will provide $128 million in funding.
These will be a mix of affordable housing options, and supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness
Three commercial units are being converted for housing purposes.
The completed project will add 100 affordable homes to the community
The Campbell River property was purchased for nearly $1 million
The freeze on evictions for non-payment of rent also remains in place, but evictions for other reasons will be allowed later this month
Two sites were purchased for a total of $1.6 million
At a cost of around $18.5 million