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Hamilton Village is arguably Richmond’s Best Kept Secret

Hamilton Village is arguably Richmond’s Best Kept Secret

Living at Hamilton Village means having access to everything, at a price that will surprise and delight you
Coquitlam needs more places to put people. Is the southwest the answer?

Coquitlam needs more places to put people. Is the southwest the answer?

The city wants to look at “neighbourhood pockets” as well as develop corridor strategies for the main streets

B.C. says land registry is open and will increase transparency in housing market

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has launched a new land registry that it says will help combat money laundering and make the real estate market more transparent. Beginning Monday, any corporation, trustee or partnership that buys land in B.C.
Home Buying 101 series - Everything you need to know and much more

Home Buying 101 series - Everything you need to know and much more

HAVAN YouTube videos can save first-time homebuyers money and headaches down the road
Highpoint basks in urban sophistication

Highpoint basks in urban sophistication

Highpoint’s luxurious residences set a new benchmark in contemporary living in Burquitlam.
Key to B.C. housing affordability is having enough supply to match demand

Key to B.C. housing affordability is having enough supply to match demand

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the needs of B.C. families, as homes have suddenly become a workplace, a school, an entertainment centre and a refuge. Now more than ever, B.C.
Pandemic presents challenges, new ideas for condo pre-sales

Pandemic presents challenges, new ideas for condo pre-sales

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the closure to walk-in customers of most sales centres for condo projects in the Lower Mainland
You like the Coquitlam Crunch? If you want to keep it, keep your distance

You like the Coquitlam Crunch? If you want to keep it, keep your distance

City of Coquitlam is monitoring Coquitlam Crunch trail due to some users not maintaining a safe physical distance from others
B.C. announces $500-a-month rent aid, freezes rent increases and evictions

B.C. announces $500-a-month rent aid, freezes rent increases and evictions

Rent supplement will be paid directly to landlords, in cases where tenants are struggling to pay rent due to income lost through virus crisis
Down go the downpayments in Tri-Cities, says real estate report

Down go the downpayments in Tri-Cities, says real estate report

A Zoocasa report said average downpayments on houses in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody are down between $3,000 and $20,000 from two years ago