Ah, the farm life! Corn and beans growing in their fields. Bees buzzing as they softly kiss each wildflower. Cattle lowing in the distance. The patter of water as a sports car is washed inside a five-car garage.
Richmond Condo Blog
The Lunar New Year celebrations may be over a month gone, but many of us can still hear the festive drums in our ears and taste the dumplings on our tongues.
One of the things that I’ve learned as a real estate specialist in Richmond is that people’s living requirements change throughout their lives. Senior citizens, for example, have much different lifestyle needs than a younger person.
Richmond is the community where I choose to live and work because of the fine people and amazing homes, and if you’re planning to move to Richmond, then your first step is to find the right living space for you and your family.
The City of Richmond has some grand designs in store for the renovation and revitalization of the popular Steveston Community Centre. A partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) and the City is in the works to replace the current community centre by 2026.
Condominium ownership is one of the most convenient and comfortable ways to own a property in Metro Vancouver. Part of the reason for this appeal lies in the structure of the strata corporation that helps manage the complex.
Richmond is, in my opinion, the premier community in all of British Columbia, which is why I choose to both live and work here. If you’re planning a move to Richmond in the near future, then it’s important that you learn about some of the area’s best condos, which is why I’m excited to tell you about Concord Gardens.
The city of Richmond, B.C. was recognized as the first city in the world to achieve E3 Fleet Platinum status for sustainable and environmentally conscious management of its fleet. The E3 organization, which was first founded by the Fraser Basin Council, evaluates organizations that maintain large fleets of vehicles by several criteria, including the age of fleet vehicles, their relative efficiency, route scheduling, fleet management practices of the organization and many others.
No matter what stage of life you are in, you want your home to feel like it’s yours — someplace you can comfortably and happily spend your time. Many people in their later years start opting for condo living rather than staying in standard, single-family homes, especially after they’ve retired and become empty nesters.
Selling Richmond condos should be simple for everyone—frankly, it’s the best place to live in Canada! But with so many good options on the market, your home may get lost in the crowd.