Highlands - 20195 68 Avenue Langley, BC V2Y 1P5, BCS54067 - Located in the heart of Langley on 68 Avenue and 200 Street. Highlands offers 20 luxury units built in 2011 that are professionally managed. This is a prime location close to bus stops, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, restaurants, schools at all levels, Shoppers Drug Mart, recreation, parks, medical services and more! Direct access to highways allows an easy commute to surrounding destination including Surrey, YVR and downtown Vancouver. Most homes feature gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, plenty of windows to brighten your home and spacious living areas. Other features include a single garage, private patios and visitor parking. This is a quality built complex that offers rainscreen protection, a childrens playground and a 2-5-10 Pacific Warranty program. Highlands welcomes all ages, is pet friendly and rentals are allowed.
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||20195 68th Ave
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October 2017 Housing Market Update - Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
Housing Market Update for November 2017
BC home sales increased 19% in October compared to last year. Listing are down 5% for the same month compared to last year.
Housing Market Update for September 2017
Vancouver Sales in September were up 25% from last year. Listings are at 9,466.
REBGV August 2017 Market Housing Update
3,043 sales were conducted in August up 22% above last year. 4,245 homes were listed for sale in August down 19% from July.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (September 2017)
BC homes sale up 2.4% in August. Listing across the province were down 4.3%. The wild fires may have had an impact on this.