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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?
Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Buying a home in the middle of the pandemic may not seem wise, but the Canadians who did it are still happy about their decision.
Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Despite a dwindling market in Canada, B.C. is seeing a return to normal after a "crazy market" during COVID-19, says expert.
B.C. home sales entering 'balanced market' as Fraser Valley prices plummet

B.C. home sales entering 'balanced market' as Fraser Valley prices plummet

U.S. inflation data in September indicated persistent interest rate hikes that will weigh on Greater Vancouver markets
Metro Vancouver real estate market to stabilize in coming months, says economist

Metro Vancouver real estate market to stabilize in coming months, says economist

The Metro Vancouver housing market is in a healthier position for first-time homebuyers or someone looking to get into the real estate market, says one expert.
Photos: Coquitlam unanimously OKs first reading to add homes for 12K residents

Photos: Coquitlam unanimously OKs first reading to add homes for 12K residents

Three development bids will now proceed to public hearing on Monday, Sept. 26 at Coquitlam City Hall. The meeting starts at 7 p.m.
Attached homes contribute to bump in Tri-Cities' August real estate market

Attached homes contribute to bump in Tri-Cities' August real estate market

Did you make the biggest purchase of your life last month? It appears many did so with townhomes and single-family residences.
Fraser Valley home prices up from last year as market 'balances'

Fraser Valley home prices up from last year as market 'balances'

August sales were up from July and benchmark prices increased about 15 per cent compared to a year earlier
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