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|| Chinese investors acquired entire town in Canada for around $850,000

bc-town1.jpgChinese investors of Zhong Ya Group Hebei acquired a full ghost town in Canada's British Columbia for around $850,000.

The town is called Bradian, has 22 buildings on 50 acres and is a 4 hour drive from Vancouver. It was one of many towns built in the area during its mining heyday. Title to the town, complete with streets, fire hydrants, vacant lots, and all of its 22 homes, transferred to China Zhong Ya Group Hebei Canada-China. Several Canadian towns have been put up for sale in recent decades after being abandoned following the closure of a local mill or mine.

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