Lynn Valley Real Estate Market Analysis – May 2018

 

May 2018 Sales Recap

Single Family Homes:

  • There were 17 detached homes sold in May with an average sale price of $1,724,894 (median = $1,675,000)
  • The average sale price achieved was less than list price by 2.06%
  • Detached homes that sold in May took an average of 42 days to sell (median = 10)

 

Apartments and Townhouses:

  • There were 13 attached homes sold in May with an average sale price of $806,192 (median = $849,900)
  • The average sale price achieved was less than list price by 0.44%
  • Attached homes that sold in May took an average of 12 days to sell (median = 8 days)

 

Find out more about the May Greater Vancouver stats here

Lynn Valley Real Estate Market Analysis – April 2018

 

April 2018 Sales Recap

Single Family Homes:

  • There were 12 detached homes sold in April with an average sale price of $1,685,916 (median = $1,652,500)
  • The average sale price achieved was less than list price by 3.80%
  • Detached homes that sold in April took an average of 35 days to sell (median = 19)

Apartments and Townhouses:

  • There were 10 attached homes sold in April with an average sale price of $747,820 (median = $763,250)
  • The average sale price achieved was more than list price by 0.70%
  • Attached homes that sold in April took an average of 15 days to sell (median = 8 days)

Find out more about the April Greater Vancouver stats here

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North Vancouver Archives offer great gifts for Christmas

The North Vancouver Archives are not the first place you would think to go to find a special present for a special person at Christmas. The kind of present you wouldn’t find for sale anywhere else, for that person who has everything. In fact, most people don’t even know where the Archives are located, or even what the staff does there.

Head north of the intersection of Mountain Highway and Lynn Valley Road (that’s along Lynn Valley Road toward the mountains, for those of us who are directionally challenged!) A block later, turn left at Institute Road. The Community History Centre is found immediately to your left at 3203 Institute Road in the old stone Lynn Valley Elementary School. The ground floor holds offices for the North Vancouver Museum and Archives; the museum itself is currently located at Presentation House at 209 West 4th  and will soon  move into a purpose-built new space near the waterfront. The North Vancouver Archives are on the top floor of the Community History Centre.

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