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Richmond saw more home listings, but fewer sales, in August, says real estate board

Richmond saw more home listings, but fewer sales, in August, says real estate board

There were fewer home sales, but more listings, in Richmond last month, according to the latest data from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.
Richmond sees more home sales, fewer listings in July

Richmond sees more home sales, fewer listings in July

Home sales rose in Richmond and across the region in July, according to the latest data from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), which says the increase is due to “pent up activity” throughout the year.
In times of COVID, new Richmond community safely brings seniors together

In times of COVID, new Richmond community safely brings seniors together

If there is anything the coronavirus quarantine has taught us it’s this: we need each other. But we also need to be safe, especially seniors.
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
Robust home sales outpace low inventory in Metro Vancouver last month: board

Robust home sales outpace low inventory in Metro Vancouver last month: board

Home sellers once again getting the upper hand as demand exceeds supply, especially among condos and townhomes
Residents bid good-bye to Cosmic Bowling in east Richmond

Residents bid good-bye to Cosmic Bowling in east Richmond

The former Cosmic bowling and grocery store locations are being demolished in Hamilton to make way for two new residential towers with shops below.
Rental building proposed for former Richmond Cactus Club property

Rental building proposed for former Richmond Cactus Club property

A 15-storey fully rental building is being proposed for the former Cactus Club location on No. 3 Road.
Richmond industrial site sells for nearly $2 million above assessment

Richmond industrial site sells for nearly $2 million above assessment

An industrial site in Ironwood has sold for nearly $2 million above its assessed value. The 1.4-acre site, at 12148 Horseshoe Way, between Shell and No. 5 roads, sold for $9,188,000 last month, according to Western Investor .
Condo owners face huge bills from massive strata insurance rate hikes

Condo owners face huge bills from massive strata insurance rate hikes

Strata property owners – and those who rent from them – are looking at unprecedented costs, while some strata buildings risk losing their insurance entirely
Development firm buys Richmond site near Olympic Oval for $60 million

Development firm buys Richmond site near Olympic Oval for $60 million

A 3.5 acre site near Olympic Oval, with potential for a mixed-use community, has sold for $60 million to a development firm.