Bruce McCallum, REALTORĀ®

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In today's Victoria Times Colonist, local residents are seing first hand that there is a movement happening:

 

"... a growing wave of house-rich Vancouver property owners are

heading to the capital region where property is less pricey."

 

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The average first quarter residential sale price in the capital region moved up 10 per cent over 2015. Today, in 2016, the average is $543,564. In the same period, sales numbers jumped by 48%.

 

Sales price increases: Oak Bay UP 31.7%  Saanich East UP 20.5%  Sidney UP 17.5%

 

Victoria BC Home Sales 2016 vs 2015

They’re part of a growing wave of house-rich Vancouver property owners heading to the capital region where property is less pricey. - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/business/vancouver-real-estate-buyers-flooding-in-to-victoria-1.2237220#sthash.3ep1CyUv.dpuf
They’re part of a growing wave of house-rich Vancouver property owners heading to the capital region where property is less pricey - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/business/vancouver-real-estate-buyers-flooding-in-to-victoria-1.2237220#sthash.3ep1CyUv.dpuf

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