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Sunshine Coast Real Estate Enjoyed Significant Gains In November 2019

The Sunshine Coast real estate market continues to rebound and gain during the fall months.  All three sections of the market: detached, condos and townhomes and land only all enjoyed significant gains during November 2019.

 

Here is how it breaks down:

 

Detached sales – increased by 63% in dollar volume to $35,500,000. Unit sales are up 56% to 47. The median price (with half the sales falling under and half the sales coming in over) for November was $645,000.  Year to date, this brings dollar volume to within 7% of last year’s total. Right now, we sit at $336,500,000 in sales. Unit sales are within 6% of the previous year’s total sitting at 470.  The average price for a house this year is down only 1% to $716,000. Homes available for sale are down 9% to 300 making the sales success ratio (the number of sales versus the available inventory) almost 16%.  The detached market is firmly in the seller’s hands.

 

Condos & Townhomes sales – increased by 60% in dollar volume to $5,350,0000. Unit sales are up 54% to 11.  The median price (with half the sales falling under and half the sales coming in over) for November was $445,000. Year to date, we are up 12% in dollar volume to $68,800,000, and unit sales are behind by a single deal and sit at 131 units sold.  The average price is up to $525,000. Total homes available are over double compared to 2018 and now sit at 113.  The sales success ratio is just under 10% putting this portion of the buyer’s hands.

 

Land Only sales – increased by 46% in dollar volume to $4,900,000. Unit sales are up 60% to 16. The median price (with half the sales falling under and half the sales coming in over) for November was $300,000. Land only sales have had a tough year, and the numbers reflect it.  Year to date, we are down 36% in dollar volume to $35,300,000 and 35% in unit sales to 95. The average price for a piece of land is down 1% to $372,000.  Total units available for sale are up 6% to 221.  The sales success ratio is 7% up significantly but still firmly a buyers market.

 

What to do….?

 

Detached home sellers, the basics continue to apply.  Make sure your home shows well, it is warm for winter showings, there is little or no deferred maintenance etc.  The funny thing is that sales are spread out quite equally over the price ranges.

 

0 – 399k = 2 sales                                                    700 – 799k = 4 sales

400-499k = 7 sales                                                  800 – 899k = 5 sales

500-599k = 8 sales                                                  900 – 999k = 3 sales

600 – 699k = 11 sales                                             1,000,000 + = 7 sales

 

When it comes to negotiating on detached homes, these statistics can help but don’t tell the whole story when it comes to individual properties.  Make sure you understand what you want as a seller and as a buyer, so when it comes down to the fine details, you have clarity.

 

Sellers of condos and townhomes need to follow the same basics as the detached home sellers. Also, sharpen your pencil when it comes to price.  Buyers have many options for purchase today, so competition is fierce! Here’s how this segment of the market breaks down by price:

 

300 – 399k = 4 sales

400 – 499k = 4 sales

500 – 599k = 1 sale

700 – 799k = 2 sales

 

Depending on your immediate needs and the community where you want to reside, buyers in the condo and townhome market have options.

 

Sellers of land only properties need to keep it on the market.  Make a plan for spring to make that property/lot more desirable (if it doesn’t sell this winter;).  Depending on the property, this may mean as little as keeping the corner pins easily identifiable. If you don’t have corner pins, consider having the property surveyed. Come springtime, make sure you clear the property, in a pragmatic way, of scrubby vegetation – especially blackberry bushes.  Here’s how this segment of the market breaks down:

 

100 – 199k = 5                                                         400 – 499k = 2

200 – 299k = 2                                                         500 – 599k = 2

300 – 399k = 5

 

For market statistics, contact your realtor. For market intelligence, contact Russ or Terri with Coast Lifestyles Network.

 

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Condo and Townhome Update Gibsons BC October 2019

THE TIME IS NOW…. if you are considering a strata-type of home purchase on the Sunshine

Coast….and in particular Gibsons. There is an abundance of inventory ranging in size and price

for brand new or older mature complexes.

 

As of this date, there are almost 100 homes available, of which about 56 are pre-construction purchases for new developments:

 

* Maplewood: will have 28 townhomes next to the Gibsons Community Centre.

* The Halyard: will have12 new homes: nine 3-level view townhomes and 3 garden suites.

* Touchstone at Gospel Rock, has released their Village Residences (not on MLS) with 49

condos and townhomes for sale, which started October 7. Apparently 30% have been SOLD!

Please call me…or go to their website TouchstoneGibsons.com and mention our team

Coast Lifestyles Network. I can answer any detailed questions and represent you in a

purchase. The estimated completion is in Summer 2022.

 

* Eagleview Heights (87 units in total) has now sold out their Phase 1.

The October stats for the whole Sunshine Coast Strata market indicate a 10% decrease in the

number of sales from last month. Five of those nine sales (excluding Touchstone) were in

Gibsons. The present available inventory is spread among 24 different developments that are

suitable to all groups of buyers: Families (near schools), Seniors (55+ complexes) and

Investors (rentals allowed). In particular, First Time Home Buyers, as generally these can be

the most affordable type of properties to purchase.

Prices and size range from $279,000 to $1.5M and from 660 to1,790 sq. ft., so there is a new

home for one and all depending on your personal criteria.

 

There are some differences in strata living compared to detached homes, but also many

benefits you might not be aware of.

We have complexes that have as many as 69 homes and

also, duplexes that are side-by-side with no strata fees and a detached home feel.

 

As a Buyer’s Agent and the Sunshine Coast Strata Specialist, I am happy to guide and

represent you in your search for a Sunshine Coast home. I work all areas of the Coast and I

am familiar with most strata homes available in the Sechelt area as well.

 

I invite you to call or email me anytime for a chat or if you have any Real Estate questions.

Terri Murphy / 604-741-7774 / terri@coastlifestyles.ca / Coast Lifestyles Network

Re/Max City Realty in Gibsons

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Optimism is the theme for Sunshine Coast Real Estate Market this fall

Optimism is the theme for the Sunshine Coast detached Real Estate Market this fall!

 

While both the condo/townhome and land only markets are tempering the detached gains, last month’s sales results show significant improvement!  Let’s see how this breaks out for Sunshine Coast Market Update October 2019:

 

Detached sales on the Sunshine Coast increased in dollar volume by 21% to $35,300,000.  Unit sales were up 6% to 52 units sold. The total available inventory is 351 units (compared to 353 last year), so the sales success ratio is 14.8% meaning the detached market is in the sellers’ hands.  The average price last month was $678,000, which is up 14% over previous year.  Year to date, we are still catching up, but the gap closes each month.  Year to date dollar volume is down 11% to $302,000,000, and unit sales are down 10% to 423.  The average price for a detached home so far this year is down 1% to $714,000.

 

Condos & townhome sales decreased in dollar volume this past month by 29% to $3,350,000, and unit sales dropped 10% to 8 units sold.  Available inventory is up by 53% to 112 units.  The sales success ratio is only 7% putting this segment of the market into buyers’ hands. The average price last month was $420,000 down 20% from last year, but that giant swing can be accounted for with the pricier presales occurring with several new developments. Year to date, the dollar volume is up 9% to $63,500,000, with unit sales down 4% to 120 units sold. The average price for a condo and townhome this year is $525,000. Keeping in mind, pricier presales are skewing this number.  The average sale price for a resale condo or townhome is more in the range of $425,000.

 

Land only sales are consistently low again. We are down 38% in dollar volume to $1,775,000. Unit sales slipped 18% to 9 units sold.  The available inventory is up 2% to 225 units, which put the market into a buyer’s hands with a sales success ratio of 4%.  The average price for bare land last month was $197,000. Year to date dollar volume is down 41% to $30,400,000.  Unit sales follow – down 42% to 79 units sold.

 

Sellers of detached real estate, the market is leaning in your favour this fall.  That said, be cognizant of the competition and the difficulty some buyers are finding in getting financing. Prior to listing, attend to any deferred maintenance and make your home’s benefits obvious to a buyer.

 

Sellers of a condo or townhome, keep in mind the competition you face from the new Touchstone Development in particular.  While possession is still three years away, the presale units are absorbing into the market well and causing less demand on existing units.

 

Buyers, it’s important in this market you gain written preapproval of your financing options before writing an offer.  Many deals collapse due to financing when a buyer receives a “wink and a nod” from their lender but haven’t gone through the process.  Save yourself some disappointment later and get your pre-approval letter now. You can lock in rates for 90 days in most cases, and you are less likely to suffer an unpleasant surprise well into the process.

 

For market information, call your realtor.  For market intelligence, contact Russ or Terri with Coast Lifestyles Network!

 

 

Condo and Townhouse Update for the Sunshine Coast September 2019

CONDO & TOWNHOUSE UPDATE

GIBSONS – Sunshine Coast for September

October 1, 2019

THE TIME IS NOW…. if you are considering a strata-type of home purchase on the Sunshine

Coast….and in particular Gibsons. There is an abundance of inventory ranging in size and price

for brand new or older mature complexes.

As of this date, there are 55 homes available, of which 18 are pre-construction purchases for

new developments:

  • Maplewood: will have 28 townhomes next to the Gibsons Community Centre.
  • The Halyard: will have12 new homes: nine 3-level view townhomes and three garden suites.
  • BIG NEWS this month! Touchstone at Gospel Rock will be releasing their Village Residences with 49 condos and townhomes for sale starting October 7. For priority selection and an exciting opportunity for the first 20 purchasers, please call me or go to their website TouchstoneGibsons.com and mention our team Coast Lifestyles Network. The estimated completion is in Summer 2022.
  • Eagleview Heights (87 units in total) has now sold out Phase 1.

The September stats for the Sunshine Coast Strata market indicate a 50% increase in the number of sales over the same month last year! Seven of those 12 sales were in Gibsons. The presently available inventory is spread among 25 different developments that are suitable to all groups of buyers: Families (near schools), Seniors (55+ complexes), and Investors (rentals allowed). In particular, First Time Home Buyers, as generally, these can be the most affordable type of properties to purchase.

Prices and size range from $279,000 to $1.5M and 660 to1,790 sq. ft., so there is a new home for one and all depending on your criteria. There are some differences in strata living compared to detached homes, but also many benefits. We have complexes that have as many as 69 homes and also duplexes that are side-by-side with no strata fees and a detached home feel.

As a Buyer’s Agent and the Sunshine Coast Strata Specialist, I am happy to guide and represent you in your search for a Sunshine Coast home. I work in all areas of the Coast, and I am familiar with most strata homes available in the Sechelt area, as well.

I invite you to call or email me anytime for a chat or if you have any Real Estate questions.

Terri Murphy / 604-741-7774 / terri@coastlifestyles.ca / Coast Lifestyles Network / Re/Max City Realty

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September a fantastic month for real estate sales on the Sunshine Coast BC

September was a fantastic month for sales volume in the detached and condo/townhome market on the Sunshine Coast BC with a marked improvement in both unit sales and dollar volume!  Land only is down, perhaps unsurprisingly.  Stay tuned for October’s update regarding the Land only market as a new subdivision in Roberts Creek is selling out very quickly.

Let’s see how this breaks down:

Detached sales dollar volume was up 39% to $35,500,000 with unit sales in close step – up 24% to 46 homes sold.  The amount of available inventory is 397 homes.  This means our sales success ratio is 11.6% (11.6 homes sold for every 100 homes available).  This continues the trend for this segment of the market as balanced.  Year to date we are making great strides to catch up with 2018!  Dollar volume is down only 14% to $267,000,000.  Unit sales are down only 11% to 371 homes sold in 2019 so far. The average price for a home sold this year on the Sunshine Coast is down 3% to $719,000.

Condo & Townhome sales dollar volume was up 32% to $6,750,000.  Unit sales are up 33% to 12 homes sold.  The amount of available inventory is 120 “attached” homes.  This is up over 100% since last year!  The sales success ratio is 10%…..we are on the cusp of a buyer’s market in this area.  The Touchstone project is coming online with the first building this week so it should be interesting to see if those units are absorbed as quickly as Eagleview Heights.  Year to date dollar volume is up 12% to $60,200,000!!!! Unit sales are down only 3.5% to 112 homes sold in 2019. The average price for an attached home sold this year on the Sunshine Coast is up 11% to $534,000…a grain of salt with this latter number as the higher priced units at Eagleview Heights continue to skew the overall market.  For clear information on your strata’s average sale price call Russ or Terri.

Land only sales dollar volume is down 63% to $3,000,000 and unit sales down 44% to 10 lots sold.  The amount of available inventory is up 14% to 233.  The sales success ratio is 4.5%.  Year to date we see dollar volume down 41% to $28,600,000 and unit sales down 44% to 70 lots sold in 2019.  The average price for a land only sale is up 5% to $409,000.  Again, with the new subdivision in Roberts Creek, which is selling out quickly, we should see some more optimistic numbers next month!

What does all this mean?

Detached sellers have the best time of it in a not so easy market.  Pricing your home competitively, having it show exceptionally well, and having your “moving forward plan” well laid out are all important factors in garnering interest and a quick sale.

Condo and Town Home sellers need to understand that the new projects are attracting most of the money “out there”.  Even with possession dates being two and three years post contract these presale units are going to be a major factor for market absorption.  As with the detached market, one should be ready to sell and show a motivation to garner top dollar in a reasonable amount of time.

Land only sellers…it’s the same story…depending on where, exactly, your property is will speak to demand, potential asking price and the need to ready the lot for a buyer.  Call us for specifics on your property.

Buyers are now in the best position for negotiating a deal in a long time.  Waiting for the market to go down further is not a serious course of action (if that is the only reason to wait).  If you find the right home or property today then write the deal you want…often this strategy results in a positive outcome.

For more market stats call your realtor. For market intelligence call Russ or Terri!

 

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Home sales decline 23% and buck the upward summer trend

The Sunshine Coast Real Estate market endures a small setback in August…..!

The detached market showed a significant decrease in sales last month while the condo and townhome and land only markets were up.  Let’s see how it breaks out:

Detached home sales

Detached home sales in August showed a decline of 23% in total dollar volume to $36,500,000 and unit sales were down 9% to 49 unit sold.  Available inventory is up 10% to 428 homes.  This means the sales success ratio (or the number of sales versus the available inventory) was 11% This shows us detached homes are in a balanced market but only just…if this ratio dips to 10% or less it will be considered a buyers market.  Year to date we are down 19% in dollar volume to $231,300,000.  Unit sales are down 15% to 325.  The average sale price over the year has been $712,000 which is down 4% compared to last year.

Condos and Townhome sales

Condos and Townhome sales in August showed a marked increase in dollar volume of 96% to $6,050,000 and unit sales were up 38% to 11.  (There were two penthouse unit sales for 1.1 and 1.2 million respectively).  Available inventory is way up (including presale units with several new developments) by 63% to 132.  This means the sales success ratio was 8 %.  That puts the attached market in the buyer’s hands. Year to date dollar volume is actually up by 11% to $53,200,000. Unit sales are down 8% to 100. (again, the discrepancy can be accounted for the higher end sales skewing the dollar volume results).  The average sale price is very skewed by those high-end sales so I will not include the average sale price as it does not make the picture any clearer.  Contact us for specifics anytime.

Land only sales

Land only sales in August show some unexpected results.  Dollar volume is up 100% to $4,800,000.  This statistical strangeness is due to a large property being sold in Princess Louisiana Inlet for $3,000,000.  As an aside, this sale was completed through a grass routes crowdfunding campaign to maintain the property in its wild state! Unit sales up 33% to 8.  Available inventory is up 10% to 229.  This means the sales success ratio is 3.5%….this market continues to be a buyers market. Year to date dollar volume is down 37% to $25,700,000. Unit sales are down 44% to 60.  The average sale price for land this year is $427,000.

Results buck the upward trend

The August market is traditionally slow on the Coast with most buyers and sellers enjoying the summer and it’s leisure activities (realtors, too).  Nonetheless, these results buck the upward trend from June and July.

Sellers in all segments of the market need to continue to be cognizant of pricing.  Not only realistically to what is happening in the market but competitively if the timing is an issue for you. Make your home showable! Have your realtor come around to get fresh eyes on your home and listen to what they say regarding making your home ready for market.  The number of homes Terri and I see that is asking top of market prices but are in need of a major freshening up is astounding.  It’s not the seller’s fault as we all know we can and do stop seeing all the little faults (cosmetic or otherwise) in our homes over time.  These small issues are something that a buyer sees right away and can affect decision making early.

Buyers who are actively looking are encouraged to write the offer that works for you when you find the right home.  Your realtor should have a sense for where pricing it at for what you are looking at and can give you a realistic idea of where value is today.

For market information contact your realtor. For Market Intelligence contact Russ or Terri with Coast Lifestyles Network! 

 

Condo and Townhouse Update Sunshine Coast BC

If you are thinking about a move on the Sunshine Coast and wondering about the timing for your purchase…..THE TIME IS NOW…. if you are considering a strata-type of home.

There has never been such an abundance of inventory in Gibsons ranging in size and price for brand new or older mature complexes.

As of this date, there are 60 homes available, of which 21 are pre-construction purchases for three new developments:

* Eagleview Heights….87 view condos & townhomes walkable to the main Gibsons mall;

* Maplewood…………..28 townhomes next to Brother’s Park & Gibsons Community Centre;

* Cote……………………4 luxury view townhomes overlooking Gibsons Marinas;

and the fourth and largest new development, Touchstone at Gospel Rock, will be releasing their Village residences (condos and townhomes) in September.

The Sunshine Coast market, in general, this year has seen a bit of a slowdown, with the result of an increase in inventory and competitive pricing. We are just now beginning to see increased activity with both local and off-Coast Buyers.

The available inventory is spread among 22 different developments that are suitable to all groups of buyers: Families (near schools), Seniors (55+ complexes) and Investors (rentals allowed).  In particular, First Time Home Buyers, as generally these can be the least expensive type of properties to purchase.

  

Prices and size range from $269,000 to $2.6 million and from 657 to 2,974 sq. ft., so there is a new home for one and all depending on your personal criteria.

There are some differences for strata living compared to detached homes, but also many benefits you might not be aware of. We have complexes that have as many as 69 homes and also duplexes that are side-by-side with no strata fees and a detached home feel.

 

As a Buyer’s Agent and the Sunshine Coast Strata Specialist, I am happy to guide and represent you in your search for a Sunshine Coast home.  I work all areas of the Coast and I am familiar with another 69 strata homes available in the Sechelt area as well.

Call me, Terri Murphy, at 604-741-7774 or email me anytime for a chat or if you have any Real Estate questions.

 

For real estate market statistics call your realtor.  For real estate market intelligence call Russ or Terri with Coast Lifestyles Network.

 

 

Home sales up on the Sunshine Coast BC for July 2019

July was a great month for sales on the Sunshine Coast!!! For the first time in a year, we have sold more detached and attached units than the same month from last year.  Let’s see how it breaks down:

Detached sales

Detached sales dollar volume for July was down by a mere 1% over the same time last year to $42,825,000.  Unit sales were up by 16% to 63 units sold!!!  The total available listings are up 18% to 441.  The success ratio, or the amount of sales versus the available inventory, is 14.25% putting us in a balanced market for July. The average price for a home last month was down 15% to $680,000.  Year to date paints a less dramatic picture.  Dollar volume is down 18% to $195,000,000 and unit sales are down 16% to 276.  The average home price, year to date, is down 2% to $706,000.

Town homes and condo sales

Town homes and condo sales dollar volume for July saw an increase of 43% to $6,750,000!  Unit sales were also up 62% to 13 units sold in July.  The total available inventory is up 51% to 110 units.  Therefore the sales success ratio in the attached market is 12% putting us just inside a balanced state.  The average price for a unit last month was up 31% to $510,000.  Year to date dollar volume has increased by 6% to $47,450,000 and unit sales are down 11% to 89 units sold. The average attached unit sale price is up 16% to $530,000. If you’ve been reading the stats blog regularly you will know that these results are skewed somewhat by high-value units in several newer developments.

Land only

Land only dollar volume for July saw a decrease of 68% to $1,105,000.  Unit sales were also down 58% to 5 units sold.  The total available inventory is up 11% to 230 units.  Therefore the sales success ratio is approximately 2% meaning the land only market continues to be in buyers hands.  The average price of those 5 units sold last month is down 23% from last year to $221,000.  Year to date dollar volume has decreased 45% to $20,900,000 and unit sales are down 49% to 52 units sold.  The average price, over the year, for land only has actually increased by 6% to $401,000.

What does all the mean????? It might be a bit early for conclusions but we did see the interest rate drop very slightly last month and this may have been what was needed to release some of the present pent up demand.  From the Rockies eastward we are hearing good news about the real estate market.  This has taken more time to have an effect in BC, but perhaps, we are starting to see that now.

That said:

Detached sellers, especially in the $750,000 and up range, need to take a cautious approach and increase value wherever you can.  New paint, carpets and upgrades should be completed prior to offering your home for sale.  Certainly, if you have deferred any maintenance you should have that completed or be prepared to take a hit on price. The basics, such as curb appeal, de-cluttering, clean windows etc should all be considered and completed before marketing your home. One should also take into account the home’s location as little things can make a big difference when it comes to desirability.

Attached sellers should have an easier time of it however price is still a huge factor and with inventory availability increasing every month all the caveats I provided in the detached seller game plan should be considered.

Land only sellers should make sure the property shows how it can be developed (cleared property, development site clearly marked, views opened up and at least a site survey are minimums).  Make sure you stand out from that neighbouring property!

For market statistics call your realtor.  For market intelligence call Russ or Terri with Coast Lifestyles Network.

Homebuyer dip less pronounced on the Sunshine Coast BC

The Sunshine Coast real estate market continues to see less interest from homebuyers than last year across all segments of the market but the dip is less pronounced than in months’ past.

Let’s see how it breaks out:

 

Detached home sales

Detached home sales over the month of June were down 22% in dollar volume from the same time last year to $31,025,000.  Unit sales were down 13% to 44 units sold.  Year to date we see dollar volume down 22% to $152,055,000 and unit sales down 22% to 213 units sold.  The amount of available detached listings has risen 35% to 471.  Therefore, our success ratio, or the number of sales versus available inventory, this past month was 9.35% putting this segment of the market in the hands of buyers. The average price for a home so far this year is averaging at $713,000.

 

Condos & Town Homes sales

Condos & Town Homes sales over the month of June were down 30% in dollar volume from the same time last to $4,037,000. Unit sales were down 30% to 10 units sold.  Year to date we see dollar volume down only 2% to $40,787,000 and unit sales down 33% to 246 units sold. (Again, this idiosyncrasy can be attributed to the pre-sales of several proposed developments.) The amount of available attached listings is up 133% to 112.  Therefore, our success ratio this past month was 8.9% putting the condo and townhome market in buyer’s hands for the first time in a long time!  The average sale price for an attached home is $403,700.

 

Land only sales

Land only sales over the month of June were dead even for dollar volume at $3,029,000. Unit sales were down 18% to 9 units sold.  Year to date we see more pronounced numbers with dollar volume down 43% to $19,754,000 and unit sales down 47% to 47 units sold this year. The amount of available Land Only listings is up 12% to 226.  Therefore, the success ratio for this segment of the market is still very much in buyer’s hands at 4%.  The average sale price for a piece of land this year is $420,000.

 

Overall

Overall, the market continues to adjust to government intervention and consumer jitters.  Although we are hearing good news coming out of the Toronto market in particular and the national market as a whole (east of Alberta) it is still incumbent upon home sellers to sharpen their price and make their home highly showable, Declutter, depersonalize and repair any deferred maintenance before you list your home. When the offer comes be prepared to negotiate!

 

 

Homebuyers, if you wait too long to buy you will pay more (remember 2012 – 2013 as the market was coming back from our long and low trough many buyers continued to wait for the “bubble to burst” and then lost out in the rapidly rising market in the years to follow).  There are some great deals out there right now so put pen to paper and write the offer you want today.

For market information call your realtor.  For market intelligence call Russ or Terri with Coast Lifestyles Network!

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Exciting News! We’re moving to ReMax City Realty

We hope this finds you healthy, happy and enjoying this weather…finally some summer sun!

Terri and I want to let you know some exciting news! First, a little preamble:

Royal LePage Sussex, after many years with a “bricks and mortar” office in Gibsons, has decided to pull back their operation to Sechelt and Pender Harbour. The Gibson office is closing.

Terri and I love the Royal LePage brand but, unlike those making this decision, we understand how important it is to have a brick and mortar space/office in Gibsons, after all, it is the gateway to the Sunshine Coast.  Our clients both past and present expect to be able to meet with us, pick items up or drop items off etc., in Gibsons.

It is with much thought and consideration that Terri and I have decided to move brokerages to ReMax City Realty in Gibsons.  We are very excited to be able to have a space in Gibsons in which we can continue to provide the same exceptional service our clients have come to expect.

We are happy to work closely with colleagues and further the relationships we developed over our past 15 years on the Sunshine Coast. The culture at ReMax City Realty is vibrant and will benefit our clients with added networking and information sharing opportunities.

Our new location as of June 14, 2019:

Russ Qureshi and Terri Murphy, Coast Lifestyles Network – ReMax City Realty

101-938 Gibsons Way
Gibsons, BC V0N 1V7

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office: 604-886-2670

cell: 604-741-7119