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Hotel, conference centre, shopping and homes for 8K residents OK'd for TriCity Central in Coquitlam

Hotel, conference centre, shopping and homes for 8K residents OK'd for TriCity Central in Coquitlam

Last night (Sept. 26), after a public hearing that drew two speakers, council unanimously greenlit second and third rezoning readings for TriCity Central, a Marcon Quadreal Lands project for the southeastern corner of the Lougheed and Barnet highways.
Restored Bob Lewis mid-century 'Rancher House' listed for $2.5M in North Van

Restored Bob Lewis mid-century 'Rancher House' listed for $2.5M in North Van

The 2,200-square foot home sits on a quarter-acre lot in the Westview neighbourhood
More British Columbians are opting to rent rather than own, report says

More British Columbians are opting to rent rather than own, report says

According to Statistics Canada, declines in homeownership reflect trends in new construction connected to the densification of large urban centres
REW is ready to talk money

REW is ready to talk money

REW.ca launches new product, introduces REW Money
Affordable housing to be top Metro Vancouver election issue

Affordable housing to be top Metro Vancouver election issue

Density debate could lead to vote splitting in Lower Mainland municipalities
More Tri-Cities parking stall woes surface in new condos, lawyer offers advice

More Tri-Cities parking stall woes surface in new condos, lawyer offers advice

Put your parking space needs into your presales contract to avoid getting stuck with a bad parking stall, says Vancouver lawyer, after Port Moody condo buyers complain about being stuck with 'unusable' parking stall.
Coquitlam renter shocked after landlord asks for nationality

Coquitlam renter shocked after landlord asks for nationality

Landlords can't ask you where you are from, according to the BC Human Rights Code. But some do anyway as they discriminate against potential renters on the basis of nationality.
Condo developer sticks Port Coquitlam couple with small 'unusable' parking space

Condo developer sticks Port Coquitlam couple with small 'unusable' parking space

A couple seeking to downsize into a new condo were shocked to see the size of the parking stall they were assigned. Now, the City of Port Moody is looking into whether it failed to meet bylaw standards.
Port Coquitlam landlord can't kick out tenant despite years of clutter, hoarding

Port Coquitlam landlord can't kick out tenant despite years of clutter, hoarding

The tenant, who was given one month's notice to leave her messy apartment, gets a reprieve after she cleans it up.
Hotels, storage units, and 13 other types of real estate you can invest in

Hotels, storage units, and 13 other types of real estate you can invest in

Ever dream of owning real estate but don't want to finance, manage, or maintain the property?