The Fall market has arrived. The market has picked up after the Summer and we are still seeing very low inventory and high Buyer demand. In most price ranges under $2million we are back to a market that is designed for multiple offers and Buyer's competing for properties. When you get into acreage and higher end properties things slow down a little depending on what it is. Saying that, there are still some deals and opportunities out there. You need to have your ducks in a row to purchase, or know where you are going if you sell. We are seeing some really high prices on single family detached in areas like Brookswood, Murrayville, and Walnut Grove. Recently I have had several clients sell in Langley and move to the island for a different lifestyle and cheaper real estate. If you have any questions about the market please reach out and I would be happy to help.
Thank you to everyone who entered our colouring contest! We had 99 entries come in and there are some really talented artists out there. Congratulations to Lexi & Lauren on winning the contest. Here is the bus shelter going up in Brookswood on 200 street showcasing our two winners.
In a previous newsletter we mentioned the changes coming to ALR properties at the end of this year. We put together an informative video explaining how it will work. Check it out below:
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Thank you and we hope everyone is enjoying the changing leaves. If you have any questions about real estate we are always here to help
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