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Bold Properties’ Anchor offers the best of urban and rural living

Bold Properties’ Anchor offers the best of urban and rural living

The ANCHOR residences boast expansive nine-foot ceilings, spa-inspired bathrooms, sophisticated kitchens, and well laid-out and efficient floorplans
Burnaby sellers ‘have already missed out’ on real estate madness

Burnaby sellers ‘have already missed out’ on real estate madness

April sales still strong, but slowdown starting
17% of Burnaby homeowners own more than 1 property - some own 4 or more

17% of Burnaby homeowners own more than 1 property - some own 4 or more

Data analyzed from the Canadian Housing Statistics Program.
Industrial strata now more pricey than high-end residential condos

Industrial strata now more pricey than high-end residential condos

Rising lease rates, Canada’s lowest vacancy rate and potential appreciation make strata industrial a hot commodity in Metro Vancouver
Unique features and prime location: StreetSide Developments’ Valeo stands out from the competition

Unique features and prime location: StreetSide Developments’ Valeo stands out from the competition

Spectacular homes in Burnaby Heights with mountain and city views, private balconies, gourmet kitchens, and underground parking
What's packed inside this $1.5M Vancouver teardown for sale is absolutely bonkers (PHOTOS)

What's packed inside this $1.5M Vancouver teardown for sale is absolutely bonkers (PHOTOS)

Is this house what Marie Kondo has nightmares about?
Opinion: Metrotown project a big test of Burnaby’s ‘best in Canada’ tenant assistance policy

Opinion: Metrotown project a big test of Burnaby’s ‘best in Canada’ tenant assistance policy

Developer says it is following city's policy 'to the letter'
These are Burnaby's best real estate bargains, even in this crazy market

These are Burnaby's best real estate bargains, even in this crazy market

We all know that the Burnaby real estate market is on fire right now. Buyers are lining up to bid on properties and they are flying out just as fast as agents can list them. That has driven prices up as buyers get into bidding wars.
'This ain’t right': How rising rents and expiring leases are squeezing B.C.'s co-op housing

'This ain’t right': How rising rents and expiring leases are squeezing B.C.'s co-op housing

In one Coquitlam co-op, a subsidy gap is leading to a massive $300 increase in rent this month; in a co-op 500 metres away, a lease set to expire in 2022 is threatening the very existence of 300 people's homes in a trend experts say will only grow over the coming year
Opinion: Desperate landlords resort to promotions to lure you - maybe just drop sky-high rents

Opinion: Desperate landlords resort to promotions to lure you - maybe just drop sky-high rents

Free parking and free rent for a short term being offered