BC Real Estate News

At REIBC, we strive to publish leading BC real estate industry resources to assist real estate professionals stay informed and up to date with the ever-changing real estate landscape.

We help you do that with:

  • REIBC E-News
  • Online BC Real Estate Magazine: Input Magazine
  • Insights REIBC Real Estate Blog
  • Whitepapers and Research


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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.

Insight: REIBC blog

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. The...
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...
Strata Governance Challenges posted on 11:27 AM, September 24, 2021
As the pandemic developed in BC in 2020, the means of doing business as usual steadily fell apart. “Strata property managers who had, until that point, run their general meetings in community rooms...
Supporting Residents posted on 10:53 AM, September 3, 2021
Brightside Community Homes Foundation is a charitable non-profit organization that provides affordable rental homes in Vancouver, housing over 1,000 seniors, families, and people with disabilities. Brightside...
Exploring Community Identity with Public Art in Chilliwack posted on 11:05 AM, August 13, 2021
The City of Chilliwack’s foray into public art began, formally, in 2014 with the establishment of a Public Art Advisory Committee. Since then, the community has made great strides. “A lot has happened...
Lake Country Pivots Art Festival posted on 10:57 AM, July 23, 2021
As happened to many art festivals last year, Lake Country ArtWalk was shut down by the Covid-19 pandemic. Lake Country ArtWalk is a multi-arts festival, featuring theatrical performances, music performances...
The Real Estate Development Process posted on 3:52 PM, July 22, 2021
Learn the real estate development process from preliminary opportunity assessments to construction procurement and real estate financing.
10 professional real estate resources posted on 3:25 PM, July 22, 2021
Discover 10 real estate resources in British Columbia that can help almost any real estate professional. From free online resources like articles and dictionaries to high- quality paid video courses, start learning now.
Public Art vs Graffiti in Vancouver posted on 11:31 AM, July 2, 2021
What one person might consider to be a mural may be considered graffiti by another, so how can we tell the difference, and what are the implications for property owners? The City of Vancouver has graffiti...
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