Cedarwood Estates - 46210 Chilliwack Central Road Chilliwack, BC V2P 1J8, NWS902. Cedarwood Estates is located on Chilliwack Central AVenue and Elm Drive in a convenient E Young-Yale neighbourhood of Chilliwack. Built in 1977, Cedarwood Estates contains 38 homes that are professionally managed and well maintained. Most homes feature spacious floor plans, private covered balconies, fenced yards and covered parking. Features of Cedarwood Estates include shared laundry, outside lockers, an amenities room, visitor parking and manicured gardens. Cedarwood Estates is conveniently located near the University of Fraser Valley, and the Chilliwack Airport, Paramount Theatre, Chilliwack General Hospital, Fraser Valley Regional Library, restaurants, coffee shops, recreation, parks and more. Direct access to major highways including the Trans-Canada Highway, allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations.
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||Chilliwack E Young-Yale
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BCREA Housing Market Update (May 2018)
Housing Market Update for April 2018
Home sales for April were down 27% from last year. New listings for April were at 5,820.
March 2018 Market Housing Update
Sales for the first quarter of 2018 are down 13% From last year. March sales were down 30% from last year. Listing are still low.
February 2018 Housing Market Update
February sales were 9% below February 2017. 4,223 properties were listed in February
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BCREA Housing Market Update (April 2018)
Sales were down 25% across BC for March compared to March 2017. Listings are still low.