216 9th Street - 216 9th Street, New Westminster, BC V3M 3V3, NWS2712 - located in Uptown area of New Westminster, near the crossroads 9th Street and Milton Street. This complex is steps away to Chido Driving Training, Arnie's Grocery, Daycare, Douglas College and New Westminster Skytrain Station. Glenbrook Middle School, Herbert Spencer Community School, Terry Hughes Park, Justice Institute of British Columbia, Canada Games Pool, Queen's Park with its amenities, Glenbrook Ravine Park, Starbucks, Safeway, New West Quay Public Market and New Westminster Quay are in a short drive distance from the complex. This building is only 25 minutes away from Downtown Vancouver, Burnaby Brentwood Mall, and 15 minutes away from Metrotown, Lougheed Centre and Surrey Centre. Via highway 91, it is only 20 minutes driving to Richmond and Vancouver international Airport is just 30 minutes away. This complex was built in 1989 with a frame-wood construction with wood exterior finishing. There are 10 units in development and in strata. Some townhouse units have a view of the Fraser River. Mosy homes offer double side-by-side garage, in-suite laundry, private deck and a gas fireplace.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (August 2019)
BC home sales in July up 12%. Active listings in July were up 12%
BCREA Housing Market Update (July 2019)
Home sales declined 6% in June compared to May. Listings were up 19%.
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Ebb & Flow takes a location near urban amenities, minutes from North Shore’s
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Vancouver property investment has significantly slowed down this year
These factors have compounded the pressure from a lower number of renovictions and strict government policies – the Residential Tenancy Act, in particular. The latter measure has affected investors and apartment owners especially hard.
CBRE data shows real estate investors avoiding Vancouver #LesTwarog
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Commercial real estate sales down from last year’s pace
There were 407 commercial real estate sales in the Lower Mainland in Q2 2019, a 32.6 per centdecrease over the 604 sales in Q2 2018, according to data from Commercial Edge, a commercial real estate system operated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV)
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Has BC speculation tax helped lower home prices?
James said Thursday she is cautiously optimistic about easing prices in the real estate market after announcing the province collected $115 million from the tax in the 2018-19 fiscal year.
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