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 News
Complaints surrounding short-term rental services like Airbnb have finally come to a head in our fair city of Richmond, B.C.
Richmond’s city council recently voted in unanimous approval of a ban on all rental services for durations shorter than 30 days.
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.
Responding to news of British Columbia’s legislature passing a 15 percent property transfer tax that exclusively targets foreign buyers, real estate agent Eric Lin expressed deep concern that the move would have dramatic negative consequences for immigrant families trying to establish a livelihood in the area.