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BCREA Connections
July 2017
 

BC's New Government and BCREA
The new cabinet doesn't address all of BCREA's requests, but there are some definite positives. Read more…

BC Wildfires Show Importance of Emergency Management
BCREA and REALTORS® are helping communities affected by the current wildfire crisis and advocating for improved long-term emergency preparedness. Read more…

Foreign Buyer's Tax: Impact on Housing Market
BCREA analysis of the foreign buyers' Property Transfer Tax indicates the tax has had little impact on the real estate market. Read more…

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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