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Trial begins over cancelled Richmond condo presale contracts

Trial begins over cancelled Richmond condo presale contracts

One of the 37 plaintiffs in the breach of contract trial testified Monday she "lost a lot of sleep" after the 2019 cancellation.
'Definitely rare': 8.8 acres of Big Bend farmland in Burnaby sells for $5M

'Definitely rare': 8.8 acres of Big Bend farmland in Burnaby sells for $5M

A local buyer plans to farm the land, according to the listing agent.
Photos: These were the most and least expensive homes sold in Burnaby in October

Photos: These were the most and least expensive homes sold in Burnaby in October

Burnaby home prices ranged in October from $379,000 for a 328-sq. ft. Metrotown apartment to $3.89 million for a 4,950-sq.ft. detached home in North Burnaby.
Tour requests surge for North Vancouver home blessed by Dalai Lama

Tour requests surge for North Vancouver home blessed by Dalai Lama

The Fred Hollingsworth-designed house is listed for $3.3M
It costs 16% more to rent a one-bedroom Burnaby suite from one year ago

It costs 16% more to rent a one-bedroom Burnaby suite from one year ago

Burnaby still hosts the second-highest average rent for a one-bedroom suite in Canada; third-highest for a two-bedroom home.
Vancouver unlocks housing for mid-income earners, near schools but not Shaughnessy

Vancouver unlocks housing for mid-income earners, near schools but not Shaughnessy

Council voted to approve a motion that aims to add housing density near under-enrolled schools in addition to adding mandates to support housing for middle-income earners.
Burnaby home sales up 8% from October despite increase in prices

Burnaby home sales up 8% from October despite increase in prices

All forms of Burnaby real estate recorded an uptick in sales last month, according to the latest data.
North Vancouver utilizes $92M in CMHC funding across two rental projects

North Vancouver utilizes $92M in CMHC funding across two rental projects

One of the projects is already completed and fully leased with more units to come in the summer of 2025
Burnaby realtors' fundraiser aims to collect $15K, winter clothing

Burnaby realtors' fundraiser aims to collect $15K, winter clothing

There are five drop-off locations Burnaby residents can make a donation the week of Nov. 14 to help clothe those in need.
Burnaby mayor slams new provincial housing legislation

Burnaby mayor slams new provincial housing legislation

B.C. plans to end single-family zoned neighbourhoods. Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley says it’s too much too soon.