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Search has 792 results in Richmond Homes For Sale. Average Price: $2,400,856, Highest Price: $16,780,000, Lower Price: $159,000, Medium Price: $8,469,500, Average Property Tax: $5,377, Average Square Foot: 2,944, Average Days On Market: 95, Average Year Built: 1993
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9731 Bates Road, Richmond

9731 BATES ROAD, Richmond
$3,380,000

22115 Garratt Drive, Richmond

22115 GARRATT DRIVE, Richmond
$1,029,999

3579 Semlin Drive, Richmond

3579 SEMLIN DRIVE, Richmond
$1,998,000

10160 Williams Road, Richmond

10160 WILLIAMS ROAD, Richmond
$1,299,900

11200 Westminster Highway, Richmond

11200 WESTMINSTER HIGHWAY, Richmond
$4,880,000

8311 No. 4 Road, Richmond

8311 NO. 4 ROAD, Richmond
$2,480,000

7520 Montana Road, Richmond

7520 MONTANA ROAD, Richmond
$2,290,000

6520 Constable Drive, Richmond

6520 CONSTABLE DRIVE, Richmond
$2,869,000

7988 Bowen Gate, Richmond

7988 BOWEN GATE, Richmond
$3,588,800

10451 No 4 Road, Richmond

10451 NO 4 ROAD, Richmond
$1,538,000

9099 Desmond Road, Richmond

9099 DESMOND ROAD, Richmond
$2,998,000

6886 Gibbons Drive, Richmond

6886 GIBBONS DRIVE, Richmond
$1,549,900

Richmond Houses for sale



New single-family homes built right after Fall the year 2010 will be designed for matchups with a solar-powered water heating system. This fresh eco-friendly scheme comes into placement since Richmond City Council elected to be under BC‘s “solar hot water ready regulation.

Building contractors will be required to rough in the capacity for houses to accommodate the actual solutions, believed to cost you approximately $300, perhaps even on a duplex or a house. This legislation is intended to produce scalable residential areas that can adjust to altering energy needs by providing property owners with the opportunity to convert to eco-friendly systems everywhere in Richmond including the popular Richmond centre.

As mentioned in SolarBC, a provincial sustainability plan, the typical solar-heating system costs $4,600 just after a $2,000 point-of-sale refund and even pre-roughed-in build and runs lower further with govt ecoEnergy offerings. SolarBC reports that the actual systems can easily supplement upwards to 18% of a family of four’s power requirements.
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