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NOW SOLD:  Yaletown one bedroom suite

#409-1133 Homer St, Vancouver  List price $625,000

Another home SOLD by Norman Lum

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Be part of the amazing urban lifestyle in historic and hip Yaletown. The H&H Complex is a short stroll to the heart of Vancouver’s trendiest eateries, nightlife, and shopping boutiques.

A gorgeous 1 bedroom with quality finishing and a timeless teak brown and creamy white colour scheme. A chef’s inspired kitchen with gas stove, innovative cabinets, high end SS appliances, stone countertops, stainless steel backsplash, gooseneck faucet, recessed halogen lighting and an extra-large under-mount sink for that clean counter look.

In the bathroom, the bold stainless-steel faucet adorns the spa-white under-mount sink and the relaxing bathtub comes with armrests.

This unit features a highly efficient layout. Examples: the flex room can be used as a workstation or storage; bedroom with a cheater ensuite; double walk-through closets & a dual access balcony overlooking a lush green tree-lined street.

Amenities include a fitness centre, bike rooms, rooftop garden with playground and separate pet friendly area, party room (with full kitchen facilities) and rear lane driveway for easy drop-off/pickups. Insuite laundry and 1 underground parking space #179. Yaletown Skytrain station only minutes away.


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Monthly Housing Market Update

Supply response emerges in Metro Vancouver’s active housing market

 

Home sellers have become increasingly active in Metro Vancouver’s* housing market this spring in response to heightened demand and rising home values that have materialized during the pandemic.

“Our housing market has changed considerably from one year ago when COVID-19 concerns brought activity to a near standstill. This was followed by a well-documented spike in home buyer demand across the region. So far this spring, we’ve seen a corresponding supply response from home sellers.”

Keith Stewart, REBGV economist

“While homes are now being listed at record levels, more supply is needed to meet today’s demand and help market conditions achieve greater balance,” Stewart said.

Today’s active listings total is 11.2 per cent below the 10-year April average.

“Record low interest rates, increased household savings, a strengthening economy and a continued focus on living space during the pandemic are all factors that are helping to bolster demand while steady price growth is encouraging more sellers to list their homes,” Stewart said.

The MLS® Home Price Index composite benchmark price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver is currently $1,152,600. This represents a 12 per cent increase over April 2020 and a 2.6 per cent increase compared to March 2021.