Artisan Park - 3101 Cliffs Road, Duncan, BC V9L 1C6, Canada. Strata plan number VIS6944. Artisan Park has 20, 3-storey deluxe townhouses that were built in 2011. Crossroads are Banks Road and Lashman Avenue. Close to Centennial Park, Lila Music Centre, Island Oak High School, Khowhemun Elementary, Queen Margaret's School, Agapeland Christian Nursery School, Duncan Elementary, 49th Parallel Grocery and Duncan Farmers' Market.
Architectural design by Mark Garrett. Developed by Artisan Park Properties Ltd. Interior design by Karen West Design Group.Maintenance fees includes building insurance, garbage pickup, management, water and yard maintenance.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (March 2019)
BC home sales fell 27% year-over-year in February. Listings were up 36.5% compared to the same month last year.
REBGV January 2019 Market Insights
January sales were down 39% from same period last year. Listings were at 28% for the month.
BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)
BC home sales dropped by 25% compared to January last year. Listings were down across the province.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (February 2018)
Sales across the province are at a decade low. Listing are up 41% from the same period last year
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Strata age restriction bylaws - BCREA Legally Speaking
When providing any accommodation, service or facility customarily available to the public, the provincial Human Rights Code normally prohibits one person from discriminating against another because of the other person's age or family status, unless there is a bona fide, reasonable justification.1 But, the Strata Property Act specifically permits a strata corporation to pass an age restriction bylaw.2 A strata corporation may enforce its age restriction bylaw against any resident, regardless whether he or she is an owner or a tenant. If a strata corporation passes a new bylaw restricting the age of persons who may reside in a strata lot, that bylaw, once registered at the Land Title Office, will not apply to any person residing there when the bylaw was passed and who continues to reside there.
Strata age restriction bylaws are alive and well. #LesTwarog
Strata must inform tenants of all bylaw changes
When an owner rents their strata lot, they must provide a completed Form K notice of tenant’s responsibilities to the strata corporation. Both the landlord and the tenant must sign the form.
Owner must provide Form K to Strata #LesTwarog
Soleil 178 homes at 1588 Johnston Road White Rock by RDG Management
Soleil will stand right across the street from Semiahmoo Mall and residents will be within a few minutes walk of more than 300 hundred shops and services.
Residents of Soleil will be but steps from hundreds of shops and services #LesTwarog
BCREA Pleased With Housing Focus in Federal Budget 2019
The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) is pleased with the measures announced in Budget 2019 that will help address housing affordability in British Columbia. REALTORS® in BC recognize that home ownership is a difficult goal to achieve for many British Columbians, and the policies announced in this budget provide meaningful assistance with this complex challenge
Budget 2019 housing affordability welcomed by BCREA #LesTwarog
Demand for commercial real estate declines in 2018
There were 2,266 commercial real estate sales in the Lower Mainland in 2018, a 13.6 per cent decrease from 2,624 sales in 2017, according to data from Commercial Edge, a commercial real estate system operated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).
The total dollar value of commercial real estate sales in the Lower Mainland reached $15.622 billion in 2018, a 5.2 per cent decrease from $16.483 billion in 2017.
CRE demand in the Lower Mainland weakened in 2018 #LesTwarog