This Location has everything!
GRAB this address & call Home! At this price, you can’t ask for more. 2 bedrooms & 2 full baths on 3 level. Finished wired den in the basement with single garage. S/S appliances & hardwood flrs throughout. Costco, Walmart, Save On and more within walking distance.
Address: #132, 2418 Avon Place, PoCo Price: $ 389,000
TENANTED TO LONG TERM TENANTS.
This 3 bedroom town home is located in the SIERRA complex. Long term tenants for over 5 years. Unit well maintained by tenants and like to stay on. Quiet unit with South facing. View of the river on the master bedroom. Kitchen renovated a year ago.
Address: #4, 3582 Whitney Place Price: $ 528,000
THE SIERRA TOWNHOME Built by Polygon.
Another excellent affordable complex in Vancouver. Easy access to malls, parks, daycare, parks and downtown. South facing 3 bedrooms on 3 level. Double garage and low strata fee. Priced to sell rapidly.
Address: #2,3576 Marine Drive Price: $ 529,000
“SHELBOUNE LANE BUILT & DESIGNED BY POLYGON.”
Very unique Duplex style town home on 2 level. Spacious 1450 sq ft floor plan with 3 bedrooms up & 2.5 bath. Single garage with extra parking in front. Walk to Walnut Road Elementary & Fleetwood Secondary school. Fleetwood park is a 5 minutes walk.
Address: #69 & #70, 15968-82 Ave Price: $ 418,800
Only a year old with ultra modern amenities. Corner 2 bedroom + 2 bathroom unit on the 2nd floor with high ceiling. Naturally bright with lots of windows. Quiet unit with easy access to freeway, Schools, shops and mall close by. Advanced security system built in.
#219, 3323-151 Street Price: $ 389,000
Big large 7200 sq ft rectangular lot on 160 St in South Surrey. # bedrooms rancher tenanted to long term tenant. Build your dream here or just hold onto it. Huge appeciation ahead.
Address: 1620-160 Street Price: $ 499,000
Amenities galore. Top floor end unit Spacious 2 bedrooms with 12 foot high ceiling. Modern designed stainless steel appliances through out. Gleaming hardwood floors. State of the Art security system on every floor. Close to school, malls & recreation. Fully equipped clubhouse with oversized pool. Over 1000 square feet & low strata fee.
Address: #401,3323-151 Street
ULTRA MODERN TOWNHOME ON A HILL
Superb presentation of lay out plan. The HARVEST on 64th Avenue overlooks the valley and centrally located. Super spacious 2 bedrooms with modern amenities and pet friendly.
Address: #53, 16488-64 Ave
VANCOUVER – Vancouver-area home sales had a record June as prices continued to soar.
An industry group says last month’s 4,400 sales were up 0.6 per cent from a year earlier but 7.7 per cent lower than May. Month-over-month sales have declined 14.9 per cent since March, although the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says sales were 28.1 per cent above the 10-year average.
Total listings were up 1.1 per from May but down 35.9 per cent from a year earlier.
A shortage of properties for sale, particularly single-detached houses, is contributing to the region’s huge price increases.
REBGV president Dan Morrison says “While we’re starting to see more properties coming onto the market in recent months, the imbalance between supply and demand continues to influence market conditions.”
The group’s adjusted “benchmark” price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver was $917,800 or 32.1 per cent higher in one year.
The unadjusted average price for a single-detached house was $1.8 million last month, while apartment-style condos averaged $480,000. The price gains were 23 per cent and 18 per cent, respectively.
VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – “Epic surge in prices crushes affordability.”
That’s the headline for the Vancouver section of the Royal Bank‘s latest report on Canadian residential real estate.
Its quarterly index puts the various costs of owning a single-detached house at what the bank calls an “astounding” 119.5 per cent of income, up 9.9 percentage points in the first quarter of the year compared to the previous period.
RBC chief economist Craig Wright says “such a parabolic rise in prices signals the presence of over-exuberance in this segment of Vancouver’s market that is not fully justified by the robust local fundamentals.”
He also says “further price acceleration in recent months suggests that affordability will likely deteriorate even more.”
Wright says “the situation was much less severe” for apartment-style condos, with the affordability index rising “modestly” to 46% in the January-through-March period.
He adds “In sharp contrast, we see balanced conditions in most other markets… which is likely to keep affordability within reasonable levels.”