James Walk—Inspired by New York and Paris, situated near Queen Elizabeth Park
James Walk is another addition to the rapidly growing Cambie Corridor area. Like all developments in Vancouver’s hottest real estate areas, James Walk promises mountain and park views, as well as easy access to both downtown and YVR. Where it does separate itself is from its large, spacious apartments inspired by century-old apartments in NYC and Paris.
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Parc 26—The latest addition to the rapidly changing Cambie Corridor.
Developers are snapping up single-family homesites along Cambie and erecting multi-level condo developments at a dizzying pace. Parc 26 will add to an impressive roster of options for both home buyers and investors. Parc 26 has location (mere minutes to Cambie Village, and basically mid-way between downtown and YVR) and quality (Dava Developers are behind huge, successful developments all across the Lower Mainland).
5555 Dunbar—Westside living meets condominium convenience
Vancouver’s Westside just may be the hottest real estate market in the world. And with 5555 Dunbar, investors and even first time homebuyers can get their foot in the door in this lucrative area.
It’s all leafy streets, grand parks and the convenience of one of Vancouver’s least know little nooks of shops, restaurants and theatres in Dunbar Village. Undoubtedly, this is one of the hottest real estate plays in the city right now, so fill out the blue form above to get all the info you need.
Home buyer demand outpacing supply across the Metro Vancouver housing market
Strong home buyer demand coupled with below average home listing activity has created seller’s market conditions within the Metro Vancouver* housing market.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in Metro Vancouver reached 4,179 on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in April 2015. This represents a 37 per cent increase compared to the 3,050 sales recorded in April 2014, and a 2.9 per cent increase compared to the 4,060 sales in March 2015.
Last month’s sales were 29.3 per cent above the 10-year sales average for the month.
“The supply of homes for sale today in the region is not meeting the demand we’re seeing from home buyers. This is putting upward pressure on prices, particularly in the detached home market,” Darcy McLeod, REBGV president said.
New listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Metro Vancouver totalled Continue Reading…