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February 2020 Market Update

YANA CHRISTMAS TREE AUCTION

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(Approximate Value:  $2120.00)

Generous Donations By:

Above All Cleaning-4hr clean-$200.00

Daryl Robbins Notary Public Ltd-Wine & Chocolates

Mon Dieu Interior Designs-Wine & Chocolates

Blackfin Pub-Gift Cards-$100.00

Bay View Hotel-One Night Stay-$200.00

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9 Things to Never Leave Out During an Open House

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 Tips to Help Sell a Home in Autumn

The fall real estate market is almost always a hot season. Home selling in autumn is the second-best time of the year to sell a home. Families have returned from summer vacations. Kids have gone back to school. The holidays aren't yet upon us, at least not yet…

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TOP TEN SUMMER THINGS TO DO!

  1. Charter a fishing or sightseeing tour
  2. Paddle rivers, streams, and shorelines
  3. Hike the trails of Strathcona Provincial Park
  4. Book a tee time and hit the links for majestic views
  5. Enjoy local produce at the year round Farmers’ Market
  6. Browse art from 120+ ar…

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2013 A Transition Year

2013: A Transition Year

2013 is being described as a transition year by the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA). In its recently released First Quarter Forecast for 2013 the BCREA projects that residential housing sales in the province will edge up 5.6 percent this year – with more than 71,000 units expected to sell across the province. This number is below both the five year sales average (74,600 units) and markedly below the province’s 10 year sales average of 86,800 residential sales. By the end of 2014 BCREA expects sales to have climbed back to nearly 76,000 units.
Closer to home BCREA reported that 6,008 residential sales were recorded in the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board’s (VIREB) coverage area in 2012 – down 5.6% from 2011. However BCREA forecasts a 4.4% increase in housing sales for 2013 to 6,275 units. This gradual upward trend is expected to continue into 2014 when 6,450 residential sales are forecast for the VIREB region – an increase of 2.8% from 2013. Average sales prices during this time frame are expected to show only modest increases. A similar gentle increase in sales is also expected in the Victoria Real Estate Board’s (VREB) coverage area this year, with a 4% increase expected.      

Curtesy of VIREB

Vancouver Island Real Estate Board                                                                                                     

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