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As Greater Vancouver continues to experience a surge in population and an ever-growing demand for housing, the province as a whole faces a critical shortage in land and housing. This has created an evolving housing landscape, where multi-family homes have emerged as a viable alternative.

Optimism is growing in the wake of last year’s decision by the Bank of Canada not to raise its 5% key lending rate.

Purchasing a home near a transportation hub in sought-after Surrey/Langley is a smart investment opportunity.

Purchasing a presale offers many advantages, particularly in the competitive Lower Mainland housing market.

Council has approved the widening of Fraser Highway from 96 Avenue to 148 Street.

Langley Mayor Val van den Broek said due to this project they expect “more than 25,000,000 active transportation trips by 2025.”

A new development is proposed for the 16-acre Greenside Estates Pond in the Cloverdale neighbourhood, in an area near the eastern edge of Surrey.

Without driving for hours on the road every day. I’ve always hated those commutes, and I’ll never understand why my parents insisted we take the Fraser Highway into “The City” rather than the Trans-Canada.