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Nominate a REALTOR® Who Cares
Do you know a REALTOR® who has made a difference in your community? Then we want to hear from you! Nominations are now open for our REALTORS Care® Awards, one of the highest honours VIREB can bestow on our members. This prestigious award recognizes VIREB members who commit to giving back and improving the quality of life in their communities. The nomination deadline is December 31, 2015, and the awards ceremony will be held next spring. Coast Capital Savings is sponsoring the awards for the ninth year in a row, and we're extremely grateful for their generous financial support. For additional information and a nomination form, please click here. If you'd like to know more about Coast Capital Savings, we encourage you to visit their website.
REALTORS Care® Awards
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REALTORS Care® Community Funding
Seeking funding for your community organization? 
2014 Buyer Profile
Our 2014 Buyer Profile is now available online. This insightful document offers a fascinating look into the who, what, and where of residential property purchases north of Victoria on Vancouver Island. We produced the report with the generous financial support of the Real Estate Foundation of BC (REFBC). REFBC is a philanthropic enterprise that provides grants to non-profit organizations working to enable positive change in B.C. communities. For more information on the wide range of projects funded by REFBC, visit their website.
Quality of Life
“Quality of Life” is an approach adopted by the Canadian Real Estate Association to demonstrate the real estate profession’s commitment of improving the quality of life across Canada. It provides a framework for government relations, community outreach, and communication activities to help build influence, credibility and trust. Learn More...
Sales Activity Declines in October, Reflecting Typical Fall Market Conditions
Sales of single-family homes declined in October, reflecting typically slower fall market conditions. When condominium and townhouse sales are factored in, however, sales board wide increased by two per cent. MORE