Mountain Side - 50 Hett Creek Drive, Port Moody V3H 5E2, LMS3452 - located in the desirable Heritage Mountain area of Port Moody, close to West Coast Express, grocery stores, food marts, convenience stores, recreation, parks, coffee shops, banks, pubs and restaurants. Pleasantside Elementary and Heritage Woods Secondary schools are located within a kilometre.
Mountain Side built in 1998 is a 33 unit complex featuring open living and dining room areas, laminate flooring, cosy fireplaces, bay windows, bright functional kitchens, spacious bedrooms, soaker tub and separate shower in ensuite, in-suite laundries, storage and double garages. Building offers resident clubhouse.
Mountain Side - tranquil location steps from seaside parks, mountain trails and lakes - move here today!
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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.