Matson Stax - 2732 Matson Road, Victoria BC V9B 3Z2, 3 levels, 22 two and three bedroom condos ranging 743 - 1,504 square feet, built 2014, Crossing roads: Matson Road & Brock Avenue.
Developed by Cornerstone Construction Ltd., Matson Stax is a thermally efficient 3 storey steel and concrete building designed with a relaxed, organic design aesthetic.
This limited collection of two & three bedroom homes showcases contemporary West Coast-style architecture with large windows and a lovely little waterway. Modern interiors feature granite counter tops, sleek stainless steel appliances, large walk-in closet, and balcony enclosure with stainless steel and glass railings.
Located in the heart of Langford, MATSON STAX has a lot to offer right at its doorstep. Only blocks away from shopping in downtown Langford and the big box stores and amenities of Millstream Village, with Westshore Town Centre only three minutes away. MATSON STAX is close to Thetis Lake, Florence Lake, Mill Hill Park and the Galloping Goose Trail. The View Royal Casino and Juan De Fuca Recreation Centre is only 10 minutes away. We are only 15 Kilometres to downtown Victoria allowing for a more than reasonable commute.
Matson Stax Technical Info
||2732 Matson Rd
||La Langford Proper
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||22|
|Units in Strata:||22|
|Title to Land
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Victoria Real Estate Board Update
Victoria Real Estate Market Continues to Stabilize
October 1, 2018 A total of 533 properties sold in the Victoria Real Estate Board region this September, 16.7 per cent fewer than the 640 properties sold in September of last year, and a 10.3 per cent decrease from August 2018. Sales of condominiums were down 30.4 per cent from last year in September with 149 units sold. Sales of single family homes were down 9.2 per cent from 2017 with 285 sold this September.
"This year's housing market has continued to behave as we've expected, moderating after the record setting pace of 2016 and adjusting to various government measures such as tightening mortgage qualification rules that were intended to cool the market," says Victoria Real Estate Board President Kyle Kerr. "We continue to see a reduction in sales when we compare to recent years and prices stabilizing across the market, with some variation in value in niche, higher end homes."
There were a total of 2,646 active listings for sale on the Victoria Real Estate Board Multiple Listing Service® at the end of September 2018, an increase of 5 per cent compared to the month of August and 33.9 per cent more than the 1,976 active listings for sale at the end of September 2017.
"If you are considering buying or selling a home, you need to understand your local market, particularly in the context of your property type and price point," adds President Kerr. "Micro markets in our area behave very differently as they are influenced by different pressures. The under $800,000 housing market in some areas is under tremendous pressure as many buyers compete for these homes. The multimillion-dollar market in other areas is currently experiencing less pressure and we can see price flexibility coming into play in the 1.5 million dollar plus market. And although we saw a bump in inventory at the start the year, those inventory levels have stabilized as well. So buyers still face a market with much less inventory available than the historical average. Your local REALTOR® can help you understand the best way forward for your selling or buying plans based on current and granular data and market insights."
The Multiple Listing Service® Home Price Index benchmark value for a single family home in the Victoria Core in September 2017 was $832,000, while the benchmark value for the same home in September 2018 increased by 6.2 per cent to $883,700, slightly lower than August's value of $888,300. The MLS® HPI benchmark value for a condominium in the Victoria Core area in September 2017 was $457,700, while the benchmark value for the same condominium in September 2018 increased by 9.9 per cent to $503,000, exactly the same as August's value.
About the Victoria Real Estate Board - Founded in 1921, the Victoria Real Estate Board is a key player in the development of standards and innovative programs to enhance the professionalism of REALTORS®. The Victoria Real Estate Board represents 1,379 local Realtors. If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, connect with your local Realtor for detailed information on the Victoria and area housing market.
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Frank Rudge Victoria Market Report for May 2017
Sales were down 22% for may over last year. Listings are up 12% from last year.
Victoria council eyes rezoning 500 buildings into forever rentals
VICTORIA — A sweeping zoning change under consideration by Victoria council to ensure purpose-built rental buildings remain rental is being met with dismay by landlords and developers.
Responds David Hutniak, CEO of Landlord B.C.: “This is a down-zoning. Some o
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Victoria’s residential market posts a subdued performance in June
“June has trended lower than May for the past few years and tends to signal the end of the active spring market,” Victoria Real Estate Board president Cheryl Woolley explained. “The summer months of July and August generally see less activity than the spring, as people’s attention shifts to vacation and away from real estate. This year, we have seen slightly more sales compared to June of last year.
June sales lower the May in Greater Victoria
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