Essex Court - 663 Whiting Way, Coquitlam V3J 2L5 - located in West Coquitlam walking distance to Safeway, food marts, banks, coffee shops, recreation, medical services, childcare services and Coquitlam Centre with a myriad of retail stores and specialty services - The Bay, Sears, London Drugs, Future Shop and more. Some excellent restaurants in the area include Hanano Sushi and Grill, Mount Athos Pizza, Okoman Restaurant and Takumi Sushi. Also close to busses and West Coast Express, Lougheed Highway and Mary Hill Bypass allowing easy commuting to surrounding destinations including Vancouver, New Westminster and Surrey. Roy Stibbs and Mountain View Elementary schools are just a short stroll away. Several Secondary Schools are located within an easy busride.
Essex Court was built in 1960 and is a well-maintained self-managed lowrise building of only 17 condo units featuring functional layouts, spacious living areas, balconies and parking. Maintenance fees include caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, heat and hot water.
Essex Court - convenient location close to amenities, transit and nature - move here today!
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April 2019 Market Insights
BCREA Housing Market Update (May 2019)
BC sales declined 19% in April. Listings are up 34%.
March 2019 Market Insights - Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
March sales were down 31% from the same period last year. Listings are up 52% from the same period last year.
BCREA Housing Market Update (April 2019)
March sales fell 23%. Listings were up 36%
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February 2019 Market Insights
Sales in February were down 43% from February last year. Listings are up 48% compared to last year.
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Starchitects still coming with big designs to change Vancouver skyline
Rumours about the death of Vancouver’s high-end real estate market may be exaggerated.
Several new highrise developments are in the works for downtown. And many are high-end projects being designed by internationally renowned “starchitects.”
Several glitzy high-end towers are proposed for downtown, many by prominent in
||The Vancouver Sun
Latest Vancouver real estate pitch: Free wine for a year with pre-sale condo purchase
A Vancouver condo developer is offering free wine to presale buyers in an attempt to one-up a competitor that offered free avocado toast to purchasers — attention-seeking gimmicks for a slowing real estate market.
Whether it is free wine or avocado toast, creative offers are signs of the tim
||The Vancouver Sun
Developers hit pause on riskier, highrise condo projects: Urban Analytics
Vancouver-based developer Townline gave official notice that it’s postponing its Meridian project, a 39-storey tower with one-, two- and three-bedroom units near the Evergreen Line in Coquitlam.
Highrise condo projects, which carry significant risk for developers and const
||The Vancouver Sun
First Time homebuyer Land Transfer Tax Rebate
If you’re a first-time homebuyer (FTHB) in Ontario, British Columbia, or Prince Edward Island, you may be eligible to receive a land transfer tax (LTT) rebate.
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Amid taxes, values of Metro Vancouver properties fall substantially
An array of restrictive policies like school and speculation taxes have led to the loss of as much as $90 billion in the overall value of Metro Vancouver properties, according to an analysis by a non-partisan organization.
Restrictive policies led to loss in property values #LesTwarog
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