Somerset Hill - 7025 Stride Ave, Burnaby, BC V3N 1T3, LMS437 - located in Edmonds Burnaby East area, near the crossroads Edmonds Street and Griffiths Drive (19th Street). Somerset Hill nestled just steps from Stride Avenue Park, Stride Avenue Elementary and Byrne Creek Secondary. Edmonds Skytrain station only one block away. Highgate Shopping Centre is only about 5 blocks away where you can find Save-On-Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart, Starbucks, Subway, Liquor Store and fitness facility. Tylor Park and Tylor Elementary are within minutes from the complex. Somerset Hill was built in 1992. It is a two building complex. There are 70 units in development and in strata. The complex has frame-wood construction, partial rain screen and stucco exterior finishing. Two pets are allowed. Rentals are permitted. The features are secure undeground parking, wheelchair access, garden and in-suite laundry. Most homes offer laminate floors, crown mouldings, balcony and spacious living/dining area. Some homes have gas fireplace, hardwood floors and walk-in closets.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (November 2018)
Homes sales across the province down 26% compared to last year. Listings were up for the 4th consecutive month.
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Home sales in September are down by 44% compared to last year. There were 5,279 new listings in September.
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Court 2814 Gladwin Road Abbotsford 153 homes in two 6 storey buildings by Heinrichs Developments
The builders responsible for Court, a new condo project in the heart of Abbotsford, are quite happy being small players in the residential development market. In fact, the website for Heinrichs Developments highlights how the small team helps the company to be “approachable, efficient and cost effective” in the way that it operates.
Court takes an amenity-rich Abbotsford location #LesTwarog
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1450 West Georgia 49-storey highrise proposed with 162 rental units and 187 condos by Wesgroup
Developer Wesgroup has revealed plans for a 49-storey tower at 1450 West Georgia Street in Vancouver’s chi-chi Coal Harbour neighbourhood, according to a report by local urban design blog UrbanYVR.
The proposed building is set to replace an aging rental building called Georgian Towers, which located at the West Georgia and Nicola Street intersection, and is at the end of its life.
Wesgroup reveals designs for tree-inspired tower to go alongside several other
Fraser Valley sales in line with historic averages
A total of 1,028 sales were recorded through the MLS system of the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, including 383 residential detached homes, 241 townhouses, and 286 apartments.
Fraser Valley sales down 41% from 2017 #LesTwarog
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Any owner eligible for council
The president of council, when acting as the chair, or any person acting as the chair of a general meeting has very little authority to make decisions.
The Strata Property Act permits those with written assignment of the owner #LesTwarog
Vancouver sales, prices decelerating due to various pressures
Board president Phil Moore attributed this and the lower prices across all property types to a “wait-and-see approach” that a substantial proportion of would-be buyers and investors have adopted for most of 2018.
Slow activity has gradually decelerated home sales #LesTwarog
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