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NEW LISTING!  LOT 21 CROWSTON RD in Sechelt.
4.9 acre lot with an amazing view of the Sechelt Inlet. Build your dream estate or hold for future development. 10 minutes from downtown Sechelt, hospital, shopping 7 recreation. 5 mins to golfing, schools, tennis club, skating rink, biking & hiking trails and marinas.
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NEW LISTING!  Lot 20 CROWSTON RD in Sechelt.
4.9 acre lot with an amazing view of the Sechelt Inlet. Build your dream estate or hold for future development. 10 minutes from downtown Sechelt, hospital, shopping 7 recreation. 5 mins to golfing, schools, tennis club, skating rink, biking & hiking trails and marinas. May be sold together with R2685848
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SURREY, BC – Property sales in the Fraser Valley decreased by over 35 per cent in April 2022 compared to the previous month, and while the figure is still the sixth-highest April on record for the past ten years, it marks the first time monthly sales have fallen below the ten-year average since June 2020.


In April, the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) processed 1,637 sales on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®), a decrease of 45.7 per cent compared to April 2021 and a 36.6 per cent decrease compared to March.


We would typically see a flurry of activity around this time of the year,” said, FVREB President, Sandra Benz, however that’s not been the case so far. While it’s still too early to say whether this trend will endure, the slowing of sales combined with an increase in active listings is helping to restore a semblance of balance to the market, which is encouraging for homebuyers.”


Last month, the Board received 3,622 new listings, a decrease of 27.8 per cent compared to April 2021, and a decrease of 20.9 per cent compared to March 2022. The total month-end active inventory in April was 5,387, 14.6 per cent higher than in March.


In an effort to stem inflation worries, the government has moved quickly to implement interest rate hikes,” added FVREB CEO Baldev Gill. “In fact, we’re already back to rate levels we haven’t seen since 2019. This will put an added burden on homebuyers, particularly on first-timers, who will have to meet more stringent stress test conditions. Ultimately, this will likely result in a decrease in demand, which may slow price growth, however it will do little to resolve the underlying issue of low inventory.”


Across Fraser Valley, in April, the average number of days to sell a single-family detached home was 16 and a townhome was 13 days. Apartments took, on average, 13 days to sell.


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity


  • Single Family Detached: At $1,731,000, the Benchmark price for an FVREB single-family detached home increased 0.2 per cent compared to March 2022 and increased 33.8 per cent compared to April 2021.


  • Townhomes: At $902,500, the Benchmark price for an FVREB townhome increased 1.8 per cent compared to March 2022 and increased 38.3 per cent compared to April 2021.


  • Apartments: At $649,500 the Benchmark price for an FVREB apartment/condo increased 1.0 per cent compared to March 2022 and increased 35.6 per cent compared to April 2021.





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NEW LISTING!  18866 120B AVE in Pitt Meadows.
Your own private oasis in Pitt Meadows. The main floor has an open an bright living room with large windows to allow for lots of natural light. The spacious kitchen has stainless steel appliances and bar seating. From the kitchen/dining room you can step into the backyard that's perfect for entertaining. Two massive decks with plenty of cover for year round enjoyment! The large above ground pool will be a hit for summer backyard BBQ's! The lower level of the home features two bedrooms, one of which has a large walk in closet that could be converted to a full bathroom. Along with a spacious rec room and laundry room. A lovely home in a quiet neighborhood, contact your Realtor to arrange a showing!
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SURREY, BC – For the third consecutive month, new listings in the Fraser Valley continued to climb in March giving buyers more to choose from, helping to increase overall active inventory to levels not seen since last July.


Property sales remain robust, as Benchmark prices, the price of a ‘typical’ home, continued to increase month- over-month.


In March, the FVREB processed 2,580 residential and commercial sales on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®), a decrease of 22.5 per cent compared to March 2021 and 41.4 per cent more than were processed in February.


Sandra Benz, President of the Board, said of this month’s statistics, “Sales were strong again in March as more new listings continued to come on stream. We’re hopeful this will contribute to a slowing in price growth, which is good news for the home-buying public. Other encouraging signs, such as less open house traffic and fewer multiple offers, may help us get to a more balanced market, however until the fundamental issue of lack of supply is addressed, we won’t see that happen anytime soon.”


The Board received 4,580 new listings in March, a decrease of 10.0 per cent compared to March of last year, and 22.4 per cent more than were processed in February. Total active inventory for March was 4,699, a decrease of 6.2 per cent compared to last year’s 5,012 active listings, however 24.0 per cent higher than last month.


Baldev Gill, Chief Executive Officer of the Board, added, “We may not see the impact of recent interest rate hikes on the market trends until later in 2022. With fixed rates nearly double what they were a year ago, new homebuyers will likely be more impacted than other segments of the home-buying public, as mortgage stress test conditions become more stringent. We hope to see equal efforts from government to address inventory issues tohelp make housing more affordable.”


Across Fraser Valley, in March, the average number of days to sell a single-family detached home was 12 and a townhome was 14 days. Apartments took, on average, 11 days to sell.


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity

  • Single Family Detached: At $1,726,900, the Benchmark price for an FVREB single-family detached home increased 3.4 per cent compared to February 2022 and increased 39.5 per cent compared to March 2021.


  • Townhomes: At $886,400, the Benchmark price for an FVREB townhome increased 5.4 per cent compared to February 2022 and increased 41.9 per cent compared to March 2021.


  • Apartments: At $643,000, the Benchmark price for an FVREB apartment/condo increased 4.6 per cent compared to February 2022 and increased 38.2 per cent compared to March 2021.


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NEW LISTING!  1083 POINT RD in Hopkins Landing.
Exclusive neighbourhood of Hopkins Landing. Unobstructed Ocean & Mountain Views from this home. Great family cottage or live full time. Open upper plan with windows all across the front. Kitchen features new built in oven & dishwasher. lots of cabinets, eating bar. 2 bedrooms up with ensuite in the master & main bath with shower. Basement features 3rd bedroom, family room, lots of storage and bonus built in Murphy beds for when the visitors come. Elevator from the lower level to the upstairs deck. Walk across the street to beach access. Great quiet location, yet close to all amenities.
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NEW LISTING!  156 1840 160 ST in Surrey.
Amazing double wide in Breakaway Bays 1056 sq ft, 3 bdrms, 1.5 baths in the best cul-de-sac location. Completely renovated. New kitchen, new bathrooms, new paint, new floors, drywalled walls, new roof. Great community living with club house, outdoor pool. Children and Pets welcome Dog to 17" or 35lbs pad rent $1099 includes electricity & recreation facility. This is a great community.
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NEW LISTING!  156 1840 160 ST in Surrey.
Amazing double wide in Breakaway Bays 1056 sq ft, 3 bdrms, 1.5 baths in the best cul-de-sac location. Completely renovated. New kitchen, new bathrooms, new paint, new floors, drywalled walls, new roof. Great community living with club house, outdoor pool. Children and Pets welcome Dog to 17" or 35lbs pad rent $1099 includes electricity & recreation facility. This is a great community.
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SURREY, BC – Buyers of Fraser Valley real estate had significantly more inventory to choose from last month due to a record-breaking volume of new listings received for the month of February.


The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) received 3,742 new listings in February, an increase of 75.3 per cent compared to January, and an increase of 14.6 per cent compared to February of last year. The previous highest February for new listings was 3,283 in 2016.


The FVREB processed a total of 1,824 sales of all property types on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in February 2022, a decrease of 35.2 per cent compared to February 2021, and 39.2 per cent higher compared to January 2022. Sales remain strong at 18 per cent above the 10-year average.


By month end, February’s total active listings available for purchase were 3,790, a decrease of 8.0 per cent compared to the same month last year, however 62.5 per cent higher than what was available at the end of January. It’s the highest month-over-month increase in active listings in the Fraser Valley in 20 years.


“Although the market is still far from balanced, it is encouraging to see new listings increase again for the second month in a row,” said Fraser Valley Real Estate Board President, Larry Anderson. “We’re hopeful that this trend will be sustained leading into the spring season as more sellers come on stream to help soften the market and provide opportunities for the many buyers who’ve been sidelined over the past year and a half.”


“Buyers are looking for value for their real estate dollar and the Fraser Valley market still delivers compared to other regions throughout the Lower Mainland,” said Baldev Gill CEO of the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board. “That said, supply fundamentals continue to be the number one issue facing real estate markets in all regions across the province. Until there is a concerted effort to address inventory, buyers will continue to face challenging market conditions.


” In the Fraser Valley region, the average number of days to sell an apartment in February was 12 days, and 11 days for townhomes. Single family detached homes averaged 13 days before selling. The one-year comparison is 35, 21 and 21 respectively.


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity


• Single Family Detached: At $1,670,800, the Benchmark price for an FVREB single-family detached home increased 6.5 per cent compared to last month and increased 43.6 per cent compared to February 2021.


• Townhomes: At $840,900, the Benchmark price for an FVREB townhome increased 5.6 per cent compared to last month and increased 40.1 per cent compared to February 2021.


• Apartments: At $614,800 the Benchmark price for an FVREB apartment/condo increased 7.1 per cent compared to last month and increased 36.3 per cent compared to February 2021.

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SURREY, BC – On the heels of the busiest year in history for Fraser Valley real estate, January activity saw the beginnings of a market rebalancing. Overall property sales – still the third highest ever for January – cooled compared to December while the volume of new listings improved significantly.      


The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board processed a total of 1,310 sales of all property types on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in January 2022, a decrease of 23.7 per cent compared to January 2021, and 27.5 per cent lower compared to December 2021.  


The Board received 2,135 new listings in January, an increase of 67.1 per cent compared to December 2021, and a decrease of 23.3 per cent compared to January of last year. Total active listings for the month were 2,332, down 44.6 per cent compared to January 2021, however an increase of 19.2 per cent compared to December 2021.  


Larry Anderson, President of the Board, said, “In January, REALTORS® saw the return of home sellers. Yes, sales in our region remain elevated, but a positive, early trend for 2022 is we experienced a significant increase in requests from sellers to list.


“It’s early days yet, but if this trend continues into spring, we could see an easing of the supply‐demand dynamic in our region. We have a long way to go to replenish our housing stock and bring much‐needed balance to the market, but this is a step in the right direction.”


Baldev Gill, Chief Executive Officer of the Board, said, “For almost two years, Fraser Valley REALTORS® have worked hard to help their clients navigate safely during the longest, most intense seller’s market in our Board’s history. This protracted pandemic market has resulted in considerable upward pressure on home prices.


“We anticipate the seasonal influx of new inventory, such as we’re already seeing, could provide a welcome, albeit far from fully adequate, easing of price growth moving into 2022.”


In January 2022, the average number of days to sell a single‐family detached home in the Fraser Valley was 25, compared to 35 days in January 2021; 12 days on average to sell a townhome and 17 days for apartments, compared to 28 and 37 days respectively, in January of last year.  


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity


 Single Family Detached: At $1,569,300, the Benchmark price for an FVREB single‐family detached home increased 4.6 per cent compared to December 2021 and increased 41.8 per cent compared to January 2021.


 Townhomes: At $796,500, the Benchmark price for an FVREB townhome increased 4.0 per cent compared to December 2021 and increased 37.2 per cent compared to January 2021.


 Apartments: At $574,300, the Benchmark price for an FVREB apartment/condo increased 4.6 per cent compared to December 2021 and increased 30.6 per cent compared to January 2021.

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NEW LISTING!  502 1255 SEYMOUR ST in Vancouver.
Welcome to Elan, built by award-winning developer Cressey. Don't be fooled by the square footage, there is plenty of closets and room in this condo. This lovely bachelor features engineered hardwood floors, kitchen with bar seating, and in-suite laundry. The flex room can be used as a home office or extra storage space. 1 parking stall & storage locker. Pets & rentals welcome. Fabulous amenities include caretaker, steam/sauna fitness center, yoga studio, lounges and executive meeting room. Wheelchair accessible right at the front door. A short walk away from restaurants, skytrain, marina, and shopping!
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NEW LISTING!  156 1840 160 ST in Surrey.
Amazing double wide in Breakaway Bays 1056 sq ft, 3 bdrms, 1.5 baths in the best cul-de-sac location. Completely renovated. New kitchen, new bathrooms, new paint, new floors, drywalled walls, new roof. Great community living with club house, outdoor pool. Children and Pets welcome Dog to 17" or 35lbs pad rent $1099 includes electricity & recreation facility. This is a great community. Where else can you purchase a detached home for under $400,000?
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SURREY, BC – Fueled by the consumer response to the COVID‐19 pandemic along with historically low interest rates, total property sales in the Fraser Valley in 2021 shattered the previous annual record last set in 2016.


The FVREB processed 27,692 sales its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in 2021, an increase of 39.0 per cent compared 19,926 sales in 2020; and 15.5 per cent higher than 2016’s 23,974 sales.       


Larry Anderson, President of the Board, said, “No one could have predicted how the pandemic would impact the real estate market. Our region’s relative affordability, combined with a newfound ability to work from home and the value for housing dollar in the Fraser Valley attracted buyers in numbers like we’ve never seen.  


“Whether helping sellers list or helping buyers complete a sale, our Board averaged over 5,200 transactions every month. And even though our volume of new listings was also high, it just couldn’t keep up with the demand.”


Year‐over‐year, sales of detached homes soared by 31.8 per cent in 2021 compared to 2020; townhome sales increased by 33.7 per cent and sales of apartments increased by 68.9 per cent. Anderson added, “With the rapid escalation of prices in 2021, many buyers made decisions based on economic factors, resulting in an explosion of condo sales in our region.”         


In 2021, the FVREB received 35,629 new listings – the second highest on record (second only to 2008 at 35,651); and 12.4 per cent more than in 2020.   


Baldev Gill, Chief Executive Officer of the Board, said, "Fraser Valley REALTORS® played an instrumental role in helping people navigate their real estate buying and selling needs, through uncharted territory. It’s the professionalism and expertise of our members who have done a remarkable job serving the interests and needs of buyers and sellers throughout a most challenging and unusual year.”


In the month of December, the Board’s MLS® processed 1,808 sales, second only to December 2020’s record‐ setting 2,086 sales. New listings in December were 1,278. By month’s end, active inventory finished at 1,957 units, 60 per cent below the 10‐year average, and the lowest in 41 years.     


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity


 Single Family Detached: At $1,500,000, the Benchmark price for an FVREB single‐family detached home increased 3.6 per cent compared to November 2021 and increased 39.0 per cent compared to December 2020.


 Townhomes: At $765,800, the Benchmark price for an FVREB townhome increased 3.5 per cent compared to November 2021 and increased 32.9 per cent compared to December 2020.


 Apartments: At $549,200, the Benchmark price for an FVREB apartment/condo increased 3.5 per cent compared to November 2021 and increased 25.3 per cent compared to December 2020.

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SURREY, BC – Robust demand for Fraser Valley real estate continued in November, with the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) recording the region’s second-highest volume of sales of all property types for the month – second only to November 2020.


In November, the FVREB processed 1,972 sales of all property types on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®), a decrease of 9.2 per cent compared to the 2,173 sales in November of last year, and a 1.8 per cent increase month-over-month compared to the 1,938 sales in October.


The Board received 2,096 new listings in November, a 4.2 per cent decrease compared to October’s intake and a decrease of 5.5 per cent compared to the 2,217 new listings received during the same month last year. The 10-year average for November new listings is 1,948, so last month finished slightly above normal levels.


Larry Anderson, President of the Board, said, “Lack of supply continues to be the biggest factor impacting the market. To see sales increase from October to November, even slightly, is unusual. Typically, as the weather changes and the holiday season approaches, we see sales start to decline, but not this year.


“This is not an easy market. Buyers and sellers alike are relying on the experience and skill of their REALTOR® to help them navigate a lack of supply, multiple offer situations, and very fast turnaround times.”


November finished with 3,048 active listings, a decrease of 11.6 per cent compared to October and a decrease of 47.9 per cent year-over-year, and an 11.6 per cent decrease compared to last month. In a typical November market, inventory levels in the Fraser Valley would be more than double.


Baldev Gill, Chief Executive Officer of the Board said, "We’re seeing a number of factors at play, including historically low interest rates fueling purchases, with buyers aware that rates are likely to increase next year.


“Our province has seen a strong economic recovery in most sectors through this pandemic, and this strength bolsters home purchasing decisions.” For the Fraser Valley region, the average number of days to sell an apartment in November was 24 days, and 16 days for townhomes. Single family detached homes remained on market for an average of 24 days before selling.


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity


• Single Family Detached: At $1,448,000 the Benchmark price for a single family detached home in the Fraser Valley increased 3.7 per cent compared to October and, increased 36.4 per cent compared to November 2020.


• Townhomes: At $740,100, the Benchmark price for a townhome in the Fraser Valley increased 2.7 per cent compared to October and increased 29.8 per cent compared to November 2020.


• Apartments: At $530,400, the Benchmark price for apartments/condos in the Fraser Valley increased by 3.2 per cent compared to October and increased 21.7 per cent compared to November 2020.

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NEW LISTING!  LOT 109 SANDPIPER RD in Sechelt.
5.7 ACRES OF GREAT ESTATE PROPERTY WITH POSSIBLE SUB DIVISION POTENTIAL. The Shores, an exclusive neighbourhood with executive homes. This spectacular expansive view property of the Sechelt Inlet, sits high above the other homes so that the views are limitless. Great executive estate property or fabulous development property. Preliminary drawing indicates this property could yield 20 lots. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.
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SURREY, BC – Demand for Fraser Valley real estate remained solid in October with overall sales the third highest on record.  


The Board processed a total of 1,938 property sales on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in October, an increase of 3.9 per cent compared to September and a decrease of 18.2 per cent compared to the same month last year.   


Larry Anderson, President of the Board, said, “What we’re seeing is a combination of above‐average sales with below‐average new listings which is placing strong upward pressure on home prices, for all residential categories, month‐over‐month.


“It is a very challenging time, particularly for buyers. I empathize with clients who have been trying to buy a home for more than a year without success after multiple attempts. Now, more than ever is the time when buyers and sellers alike must rely on their REALTOR® to guide and advise them in considering all available options, including a change in community or even property type.”


After rebounding slightly in September, new listings decreased in October. The Board received 2,188 new listings, a decrease of 29.0 per cent compared to last year, and a decrease of 6.6 per cent compared to September 2021. The month ended with a total active inventory of 3,447, which is a 9.6 per cent decrease compared to September, and a 49.8 percent decrease compared to October 2020.    


Baldev Gill, Chief Executive Officer of the Board, said, “Fraser Valley is a top destination currently in BC for buyers looking for relatively affordable family‐sized homes. Townhomes and single‐family homes are selling on average within two to four weeks in our region, with buyers keenly watching the market for new listings.”


Across the Fraser Valley, in October, the average number of days to sell a single‐family detached home was 28 and a townhome was 18 days. Apartments took, on average, 27 days to sell.  


MLS® HPI Benchmark Price Activity


 Single Family Detached: At $1,396,700, the Benchmark price for an FVREB single‐family detached home increased 2.5 per cent compared to September 2021 and increased 33.4 per cent compared to October 2020.


 Townhomes: At $720,500 the Benchmark price for an FVREB townhome increased 1.9 per cent compared to September 2021 and increased 26.6 per cent compared to October 2020.


 Apartments: At $514,200 the Benchmark price for an FVREB apartment/condo increased 1.9 per cent compared to September 2021 and increased 18.3 per cent compared to October 2020.

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NEW LISTING!  53 2501 161A ST in Surrey.
Welcome to Highland Park in Morgan Heights! A spacious 3 bdrm and 2 bth townhome offers 9-foot ceilings, stainless gas appliances, granite countertops in kitchen and baths, newer engineered hardwood on the main, carpets on the stairs and up , a fully fenced back yard w/ gas outlet to entertain your family and friends. Just move in to this fabulous home! Enjoy the Resort Style Club House which features full gym, yoga studio, party room, theatre, floor hockey rink, billiard lounge, outdoor pool, and hot tub. Great neighborhood, walk to shopping, restaurants, schools, are just steps away. A must see.
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NEW LISTING!  2583 200 ST in Langley.
Beautiful Custom Built Craftsman style home on a luxurious Estate Property. Just over 5000sq ft. 6 bdrms, 3.5 baths. Hardwood flooring on the main, newer carpet upstairs. Perfect living space on the lower level for in-law, nanny or teens. This home features huge rooms, open great room, kitchen plan. Formal dining room & den on the main floor. Plenty of kitchen cabinets, stainless appliances, lots of windows and light. Faces West over the lush green 2.5 acres. Upstairs features a bonus games room with lots of storage. There is a detached study/office with its own bthrm, 27 x 24 workshop and covered RV parking. Barn, storage and a paddock. Bring the horses! Future development potentional. Sit and hold until it happens while living in this incredible home.
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NEW LISTING!  10 1670 160 ST in Surrey.
Fully loaded! This gorgeous, like-new end unit is one of the best in the complex. Just look at the size of that yard! Tucked away in a quiet, private area, this townhouse is in an ideal location, away from the traffic of the surrounding roads. There are $9,000 in additional builder upgrades including built-in speakers, a central vacuum system, additional shelving and cabinets, security cameras, fireplace paneling and a Control 4 amplifier. Central A/C rounds out this impressive set of features. The side-by-side garage provides a wide layout. Natural light floods through the well-placed windows that provide serene views to lots of greenery. This location is 2 mins from a Hwy 99 entrance, 5 mins to the beach and walking distance to PA Hospital and both levels of schools.
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