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RE/MAX Oceanview Realty        5686 Cowrie St.

Kiosk, Trail Bay Mall

Weekly REPORT  Feb 4 - 10, 2014  

Lately we’ve noted some encouraging signs that the real estate market may be improving. The latest sales statistics back that up. According to the Real Estate Board, sales of detached homes on the Coast in the last 2 months increased by 60% over the same period last year. These improved numbers support predictions that 2014 will be a busier year for real estate. The Real Estate Board also notes that RE/MAX Oceanview was the top listing and top selling office on the Coast for 2013. That the 18th year in a row! Thinking about buying or selling? Think about this: we have the inventory; we have the expertise. And we have the stat’s that prove we’re better at helping you buy or sell than anybody else. Call us first!

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 SALES THIS WEEK: 4 [SUNSHINE  COAST, ALL OFFICES]

DETACHED

ATTACHED

LAND

OTHER

2

2

0

0

PRICE RANGE

0 - 300K

$300K - $500K

$500K - $1M

$1M+

1

2

1

0

AREA

PENDER H.

HALFMOON B

SECHELT

ROBERTS C

GIBSONS

0

0

2

0

2

 NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK:   43                     PRICE REDUCTIONS

DETACHED

ATTACHED

LAND

 

        7

29

2

12

 

 

CURRENT LISTINGS:   1,047

DETACHED

ATTACHED

LAND

LOW – HIGH

567

144

336

745   -   1390

 

DET’D  SALES to LIST  RATIO*:  3%

                        3%                               15%                  22%

SALES TO

LISTINGS

RATIO

  

    

       

  BUYERS

  MARKET

 

 BALANCED

                          

        SELLERS 

        MARKET

*The Sales/Listings Ratio is a guide to market conditions. A value below 15 favours buyers. 15 – 22 reflects a balanced market, and over 22 gives the advantage to sellers.

 

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