#1305- 7788 Ackroyd Road, Richmond

**New On Market!!**

🛏 Bedrooms: 2 + 1 Flex

🛁 Bathrooms: 2

📐Finished area: 832sf

Flooring: engineered wood, carpets, tiles mixed

Outdoor: 1 balcony

🚙 Parking: 1 parking stall

LOCATION: Quintet Tower D by Ledcor – This 2 bedroom + 2 bathroom and a flex room unit is situated in the heart of Downtown Richmond, walking distance to skytrain, restaurants, PriceSmart Food, Richmond Centre Shopping Mall and Minoru Park. 2 bedrooms on opposite sides of the unit for maximum privacy. Walking distance to T&T supermarket, banks, BestBuy, restaurants and Canada Line Skytrain Lansdowne station.

FEATURES: 2 Bedroom + 2 Bath unit conveniently located home with 3 zone Air Conditioning in all rooms featuring a beautiful open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz counter tops, engineered hardwood flooring in living space. Amenities: Fitness centre, indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi & club house. Comes with 1 parking stall.

Included items: fridge, stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, washer, dryer

Not included: strata move-in/move-out fees, electricity, gas, telephone, cable, internet

Amenities: guest lounge, yoga room, gym, 75′ indoor lap pool, hot tub, sauna, private dining areas with kitchen, TV lounge; 2 acres of landscaped rooftop park and gardens with reflective ponds, water fountains, bridges, and seating areas.

AVAILABILITY: Now. No pets, no smoking please.

For more information, please contact: Mick Lo at ☎️ 604-430-2986


Photo tour here:http://www.mybcrental.com/listings/ackroyd7788_1305/

2019 租屋市場火熱/2019 Metro Vancouver Rental market had a great year

Metro Vancouver rental market had a remarkable boom year

Rental housing in Metro Vancouver saw notable growth in 2019, amid cooling home ownership and falling property values.

Over the last year, property values in the city fell by as much as 15% in several cases. Meanwhile, the market’s rental segment is expected to have a vacancy rate of 1.1% by the end of 2019, per the CMHC’s last prediction in October (up by 1% from 2018).

Two-bedroom average rent rates are also forecast to settle at around $1,715 (from $1,649 in 2018).

“It’s a combination of issues that need to get fixed — not just in Vancouver but a lot of other [surrounding] municipalities,” LandlordBC chief executive David Hutniak told CBC News.

A spokesperson for CMHC reiterated that it is still “confident” in those predictions. These levels will place Metro Vancouver among the regions with the nation’s lowest vacancy rates and highest rents.

However, the market’s current pace of rental development is not nearly enough to address its long-running housing affordability crisis, according to Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives senior economist Marc Lee.

Last month, Lee argued that while construction activity in the market is by no means slow, a “severe mismatch” exists between what is being developed and what is actually in short supply.

“We’ve had a major building boom in recent years,” Lee told CBC News at the time. “But for some reason, we’re not building the type of housing that we actually need to address the crisis.”

“We need to think a lot bigger,” he added. “Generally, we find that we need about 5,000 new rental units per year just to stay level — so just to tread water, but not really to dig in and address the crisis.”

“We need another 5,000 units per year to address the backlog.”


執照專業出租物業管理服務,請致電604-430-2986 / 微信:MLMLVAN123 / LINE: MIMIVANCOUVER 找羅先生

Licensed Rental Property Manager – Call Mick Lo at 604-430-2986


Speculation Tax/Vacancy Home Tax


*Important information regarding Speculation Tax/Vacancy Home Tax – Deadline 3/31/2019*

The speculation and vacancy tax is a key measure in tackling the housing crisis in major urban centres in British Columbia, where home prices and rents have skyrocketed out of reach for many British Columbians.

The provincial government is taking action because people who live and work in B.C. deserve an affordable place to call home.

The speculation and vacancy tax is a part of government’s 30-Point Plan to make housing more affordable for people in our province.

This new annual tax is designed to:

  • Target foreign and domestic speculators who own residences in B.C. but don’t pay taxes here
  • Turn empty homes into good housing for people
  • Raise revenue that will directly support affordable housing

All owners of residential property in the designated taxable regions of B.C. must complete an annual declaration. Over 99% of British Columbians are estimated to be exempt from the tax.

How to Exempt Yourself

To claim your exemption, you must register your property by March 31, 2019 – and it’s easy to do, either by phone or online. The information you’ll need to register your property declaration will be mailed by mid-February to all owners of residential property within the taxable regions.

Contact us if you’re expecting a declaration letter from us and haven’t received one by late February.

Please note that if your property has more than one owner, even if the other owner is your spouse, a separate declaration must be made for each owner.

How the Tax Will Be Charged If You’re Not Exempt

The speculation and vacancy tax rate varies depending on the owner’s tax residency and whether the owner is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, or a member of a satellite family.

By levying the highest tax rate on foreign owners and satellite families (those who earn a majority of income outside the province and pay little to no income tax in B.C.), the speculation and vacancy tax is a way to make sure these property owners are paying their fair share in taxes.

The speculation and vacancy tax applies based on ownership as of December 31 each year.

Note: The speculation and vacancy tax is distinct from the empty homes tax in the City of Vancouver.

Read our answers to questions on the speculation and vacancy tax and learn about how to declare, the taxable regions and the available exemptions.

Questions regarding tenant placement or having someone professionally manage your rental property?

Please contact 604-430-2986 / WeChat: MLMLVAN123 / LINE: MIMIVANCOUVER Mick Lo, Licensed Rental Property Manager



(2019 3月31号截止)

投机及空置税投机及空置税 是解决不列颠哥伦比亚省(即BC省)主要城市中心住房紧张的重要措施,这些地区的房屋价格与租金飞速上涨,普通民众不堪重负。在BC省居住和工作的民众都应该享有可负担的住房,所以省政府正积极采取措施。

投机及空置税是省府30点住房计划(30-point plan的一部分,旨在使BC省居民的住房更可负担。


  • 针对在BC省拥有住房却不在省内纳税的国内外投机者;
  • 物尽其用,提高空置住宅入住率;
  • 增加政府财政收入,税收将直接用于可负担住房。













執照專業出租物業管理服務,請致電604-430-2986 / 微信:mlmlvan123 / Line: mimivancouver 找羅先生




(2019 3月31號截止)


投機及空置稅是省府30點住房計劃(30-point plan)的一部分,力爭讓卑詩居民有更可負擔的住房。


  • 針對在卑詩省擁有住房卻不在省內納稅的國內外投機客;
  • 物盡其用,提高空置住宅入住率;
  • 增加政府財政收入,稅收將直接用於可負擔住房。












執照專業出租物業管理服務,請致電604-430-2986 / 微信:mlmlvan123 / Line: mimivancouver 找羅先生