Vancouver Real Estate Update | April 2019


Sweet April showers do
bring May flowers

For the past few days, it has felt like we bypassed spring and summer's already here! But we can't get ahead of ourselves right now. The weather's getting nicer and life is getting busier. Do you do anything significant to transition from winter to spring? What are your favourite things to do to leave those winter blues behind and fully bloom into spring?

Keep reading to see what we're up to :)
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Mount Pleasant | 
2175 Guelph Street

• 3 bedrooms
 3 bathrooms 
 1,433 square feet

Offered at

Contemporary corner unit with 3 bedrooms, den, 3 bathrooms, & attached garage in a beautiful Mount Pleasant location. Unbelievable outdoor space with a huge wrap around patio on the main level, a balcony off the kitchen (with BBQ hookup,) and large veranda off the master with city and mountain views. 

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Fraserhood |
820 E 37th Avenue

5 bedrooms 
3 bathrooms 
2,500 square feet 

Offered at

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Grandview | 
2190 Graveley Street

• 5 bedrooms
 3.5 bathrooms 
 2,272 square feet

Congrats to our excited buyers and the wonderful sellers! 

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Market Updates | February

There were 4,949 detached, attached, and apartment properties newly listed for sale on the MLS® in Metro Vancouver this March. This represents an 11.2% increase compared to the 4,450 homes listed in March 2018 and a 27.2% increase compared to February 2019 when 3,892 homes were listed.

Mt. Seymour Passholder Appreciation Weekend | April 6-7

Mount Seymour wants to show their passholders how much they appreciate them! If you have a 2018/2019 season pass you can bring a plus one for free on either, Saturday, April 6, or Sunday, April 7 (but not both days.)

For details, check out:

Vancouver Sun Run | April 14

The Vancouver Sun Run has been Canada’s largest 10K road race since its inception in 1985. Founded by former Canadian Olympians Dr. Doug and Diane Clement along with Dr. Jack Taunton. The run’s purpose was to promote the benefits of running, to improve health and fitness, as well as support elite amateur athletics. The first run attracted 3,200 participants.

If you would like to register to run, please visit Registration closes on April 13th. There is no registration on the day of the race.