Welcome to February
This month's newsletter features some of our new listings, what's going on in the market, and some local events for you to enjoy now that "Fake Spring" is here.
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New Listing | Killarney
3108 E 51st Avenue, Vancouver
5 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • 2,407 square feet
Offered at $1,788,800
New Listing | Queensborough
271 Holly Avenue, New Westminster
4 bedrooms • 2.5 bathrooms • 1,802 square feet
Offered at $999,900
New Price | Mount Pleasant
357 W 11th Avenue, Vancouver
2 bedrooms • 1.5 bathrooms • 982 square feet
Offered at $975,000
New Listing | Willoughby
20465 82 Avenue, Langley
3 bedrooms • 2.5 bathrooms • 2,813 square feet
Offered at $1,048,800
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Market Updates | January
"The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential home sales in the region totalled 1,103 in January 2019, a 39.3 per cent decrease from the 1,818 sales recorded in January 2018, and a 2.9 per cent increase from the 1,072 homes sold in December 2018."
Family Day | February 18, 2019
This year, Family Day in BC has been moved from the second Monday in February to the third Monday in February. This aligns BC's statutory holiday with those in the rest of Canada.
Moonlight Snowshoe | Take A Hike Foundation
On the evening of Thursday, February 21st, our very own Nina will be participating in the 13th Annual Moonlight Snowshoe benefitting the Take a Hike Foundation. If you would like to show your support and help Nina reach her fundraising goal, click here.
The Take a Hike Foundation started in Vancouver in 2000, and over the course of nearly two decades, the program has helped hundreds of students transform their lives. At Take a Hike, students go through a process of gaining self-understanding, and come to see the need for personal change. Their alumni success stories show the lasting impact of these skills and experiences well beyond graduation.
The Foundation works in partnership with local school districts and communities to offer the program. School districts provide everything they would normally provide for an alternate program and Take A Hike layers in elements beyond what can be provided by the public education system. Communities build awareness, provide volunteers essential to program operations, and raise funds on a best-effort basis.