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Townhouse developer responded to neighbourhood concerns: PoCo council

Townhouse developer responded to neighbourhood concerns: PoCo council

The need for more affordable places to live in Port Coquitlam became the thrust of the public hearing and council talk last week about a proposed townhouse development on the city’s north side.
Monster homes or just big houses on Port Moody's Alderside Road?

Monster homes or just big houses on Port Moody's Alderside Road?

A task force examining the issue of monster homes in Port Moody will pay particular attention to the effects of its findings on waterfront residences along Alderside Road. The closer look was sparked by city council’s decision Jan.

Now hear this: Speak up on Coquitlam development

Coquitlam council holds it's next public hearing on Jan. 27
Explore new developments with this Showcase of New Homes

Explore new developments with this Showcase of New Homes

Make 2020 the year you purchase that dream new home to invest in your family, your lifestyle and your future
Comment: Your property tax bill won’t drop along with assessment

Comment: Your property tax bill won’t drop along with assessment

Is this the year that the myth linking property taxes and assessment values will finally be debunked?
Tri-Cities wrestle with surging real estate demand

Tri-Cities wrestle with surging real estate demand

Developers face spiralling costs and political uncertainty as they attempt to deliver workspace and housing in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody
Detached-home market recovery may be slower than predicted: analyst

Detached-home market recovery may be slower than predicted: analyst

Experts differ on year ahead for B.C. property market, as real estate analyst predicts “rough year” for Metro Vancouver’s single-family homes

Here are the most expensive properties in the Tri-Cities

Some of the Tri-City’s most expensive homeowners were not immune to the double-digit drops in assessed property values last year. For example, 3333 Caliente Place in Coquitlam, the most expensive piece of land in the Tri-Cities, fell 11.1% from $9.
Housing affordability a continuing issue: Notaries

Housing affordability a continuing issue: Notaries

A December survey of 193 B.C. Notaries across the province found that most saw the same or decreased level of first-time buyers in 2019 despite a softened market, particularly during the beginning of the year.

Tri-City property values fall in latest assessment notices

Detached home values fell 11% in Coquitlam and Port Moody and 10% in Port Coquitlam