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Online BC Real Estate Magazine: Input Magazine
The online real estate magazine designed to deliver topical information and valuable insights for all sectors of the real estate industry.
It is available in print and online, with the print version being sent to over 4,000 real estate professionals. Get access to the online version here.
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Insights REIBC Real Estate Blog
Advancing the conversation on land and real estate issues in BC.
Our blog provides quick updates into the ever-changing real estate landscape. Check it out for quick and important pieces from our Input Magazine articles.
From topics on land development, real estate transactions and community real estate developments and progressions, find it at the Insights blog.
New Approaches to Retail in Vancouver
posted on 11:17 AM, April 29, 2022
What’s new or upcoming in the retail market? Andrea Fletcher, RI, of Lee & Associates provides a snapshot.
* Penguin Pickup is a retail outlet for the online shopper to pick up their goods in a secure...
Mandatory Employee Vaccination
posted on 11:20 AM, April 8, 2022
It’s clear that the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. Vaccination isn’t the only tool we can use to protect ourselves, but it’s a very significant one and one that saves lives. So it was inevitable...
Internal Logistics at Port of Vancouver
posted on 11:42 AM, March 18, 2022
Enacting pandemic restrictions at a busy port authority is no small feat, and at Canada’s largest port, the Port of Vancouver, these changes were significant. With more than 300 employees and contractors...
BC’s Industrial Market Continues to Rise
posted on 11:07 AM, February 25, 2022
“The industrial property market in BC continues to be one of the best performing asset classes over this past year, even with the global pandemic challenges,” writes Tim Down, RI, of RE/MAX Anchor...
Emerging Office Trends
posted on 11:15 AM, February 4, 2022
What do employees want from the office environment? Understanding this will help us figure out how the workplace of the near future might differ from pre-pandemic offices.
“It is clear that employees...
The Tenacity of Restaurants
posted on 10:55 AM, January 14, 2022
To survive the pandemic, restaurants have sought to innovate. Many restaurants started to offer all-inclusive meal kits and cocktail kits for delivery, and virtual at-home cooking classes, in addition...
The Necessity of Regional Parks
posted on 11:15 AM, December 17, 2021
Regional parks in Metro Vancouver experienced unprecedented visitation rates in 2020. Nearly 16.5 million visits—a 38% increase over 2019—demonstrate the absolute necessity of parks, particularly during...
Pandemic Effect on Leases
posted on 10:52 AM, November 26, 2021
COVID-19 impacts, including government-ordered pandemic restrictions, have affected tenancy relationships. Many businesses and residents experienced loss of income and employment, finding themselves in...
Taking It Outside
posted on 12:10 PM, November 5, 2021
For municipalities, pandemic restrictions meant closing many facilities—municipal halls, libraries, community recreation centres, event centres and, for a while, playgrounds and playing fields.
BIAs Offer Pandemic Assistance
posted on 11:08 AM, October 15, 2021
“To suggest the past year and a half has been a difficult period for business owners in communities across this province is a massive understatement,” says Teri Smith of Business Improvement Areas...
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