Quilchena Estates - 4350 Valley Drive, Vancouver, BC V6L 3B5, VAS474 - Located on Valley Drive and Eddington Drive in the desirable Quilchena subarea of Vancouver West, close Arbutus Shopping Centre, Arbutus Club, Arbutus Village Recreation Centre and transportation. The notable landmarks around Quilchena Estates are Quilchena Park, Prince of Wales Park and Arbutus Village Park. Easy access to Arbutus Street and other major routs allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Downtown, Richmond and Burnaby. Schools nearby include Prince of Wales Secondary Trafalgar Elementary and Rainbow Art School.
Quilchena Estates is a two level townhouse complex built in 1977. It consists of 21 units featuring large size rooms, huge basement room, in-suite laundry, skylight, gas or wood burning fireplace, balconies, private patio and covered secure parking. Excellent unique inner courtyard and private fenced outdoor pool. Complex updates include a new roof in 2006 and major exterior improvements. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, management and recreation facility. Don't miss your opportunity to own this amazing home.
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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%.
June 2018 Housing Market Update
Sales in June were down 38% from last year. Listings are the highest since June 2016.
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May 2019 Market Insights
May sales were up 44% over April, but 22% below 10 year average. Listings are the highest in May since 2014
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Ebb & Flow 109 homes at Lions Gate Village 1944 Fullerton Avenue North Vancouver by Woodbridge Homes and Citimark
Easy access to nature has always been one of Metro Vancouver’s most appealing traits. For as long as anyone can remember, homebuilders have touted the ability of residents to live and work in a modern, cosmopolitan setting and within minutes find themselves hiking on a nature trail, sunning themselves on a beach or playing in the snow on top of a mountain.
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)
Lower Mainland commercial real estate down in Q2 #LesTwarog
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.
Some credit went to the speculation tax in lowering prices #LesTwarog