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Burke Mountain

Why to invest in Growing city of Burke Mountain?

There’s no denying that Burke Mountain is on the rise. With scenic views, beautiful landscapes, and easy-to-access hiking trails, Burke Mountain is the perfect location for any family. You can be nestled into the mountains in the comfort of your own home, but still be a short drive away from major landmarks and shopping centres. Now is the time to invest in your future and make Burke Mountain not only a lifestyle, but a place to call home.

Burke Mountain is a growing urban community situated in Northeast Coquitlam. This family-friendly community offers desirable neighborhoods with a diverse range of homes to choose from. A unique area that continues to expand, with additional neighborhoods, schools, parks, and a city-centre included in its expansion.

Since purchasing roughly 400 acres of land in 2002, Wesbild remains the leading land developer on Burke Mountain. Working closely with The City of Coquitlam, Wesbild developed the popular Foothills at Burke Mountain community. This community is home to many families and continues to have home-owners move in. The Foothills is truly unique, with options for any type of family from single-family, multi-family, row homes, town homes, and estate residences.

In addition, The Partington Neighborhood Plan was approved by The City of Coquitlam in 2013. The plan will provide further development on Burke Mountain with additional housing, shops, recreation areas, and more.

 

Housing supply up, demand down across Metro Vancouver

July’s residential housing sales in Metro Vancouver* reached their lowest levels for that month since the year 2000.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in the region totalled 2,070 in July 2018, a 30.1 per cent decrease from the 2,960 sales recorded in July 2017, and a decrease of 14.6 per cent compared to June 2018 when 2,425 homes sold.

Home seller supply grows as demand declines

With home sale activity dipping below long-term historical averages, the supply of homes for sale in Metro Vancouver* reached a three-year high in June.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential home sales in the region totalled 2,425 in June 2018, a 37.7 per cent decline from the 3,893 sales recorded in June 2017, and a 14.4 per cent decrease compared to May 2018 when 2,833 homes sold.

Last month’s sales were 28.7 per cent below the 10-year June sales average.

Commercial real estate sales down from robust 2017 activity

Commercial real estate sales in the Lower Mainland declined in the first quarter (Q1) of 2018 compared to the active market experienced in the region last year.

There were 523 commercial real estate sales in the Lower Mainland in Q1 2018, a 10.8 per cent decrease over the 586 sales in Q1 2017, according to data from Commercial Edge, a commercial real estate system operated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).

REALTORS® encourage property buyers and sellers to understand new real estate rules

New real estate rules took effect today that will change the way REALTORS® and their clients work together.

Specifically, the new rules will prohibit the practice of limited dual agency and require real estate licensees in BC to provide additional information to their clients about how they’re compensated.

REALTORS® encourage property buyers and sellers to understand new real estate rules

New real estate rules took effect today that will change the way REALTORS® and their clients work together.

Specifically, the new rules will prohibit the practice of limited dual agency and require real estate licensees in BC to provide additional information to their clients about how they’re compensated.

Source: https://www.rebgv.org/news-statistics