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The Weekly Drop Metro Vancouver Attached – February 20, 2013

Here are the 10 attached properties in Metro Vancouver (Vancouver West, Vancouver East, Burnaby, Richmond, North Vancouver and West Vancouver) that changed their price or were relisted under a new MLS number the previous week AND have dropped the largest percentage overall from their original asking price.

8 listings from Vancouver West, 1 from Richmond and 1 from Burnaby

Will try to post snark and past sale info later

#10 ) Address:# 24 1811 PURCELL WY, Lynnmour, North Vancouver

May 24, 2008 V710852 $295,000 $0 0%
June 10, 2008 V710852 $282,000 $-13,000 -4%
September 21, 2008 V710852 removed after 120 days
October 02, 2008 V736894 $269,900 $-25,100 -9%
December 01, 2008 V736894 removed after 60 days
April 09, 2012 V941735 $279,900 $-15,100 -5%
May 17, 2012 V941735 $265,000 $-30,000 -10%
August 01, 2012 V941735 removed after 114 days
September 06, 2012 V969385 $235,900 $-59,100 -20%
October 10, 2012 V969385 $224,900 $-70,100 -24%
November 29, 2012 V969385 removed after 84 days
December 02, 2012 V981774 $224,900 $-70,100 -24%
February 15, 2013 V981774 $219,900 $-75,100 -25%


Current Days on Market: 319 (0.87years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 82
2012 Assessment: $250,000
Desperation Score: 21.9

PRICED WELL BELOW ASSESSED VALUE. Fabulous 1 bedroom townhouse style condo. This spacious, south facing corner unit is just steps away from Capilano University. Great location, perfect for outdoor activities. Minutes away from hiking & walking trails, Rice Lake, Seymour Demonstration forest, equestrian centre & much more. Many features included in this well laid out floor plan such as new laminate flooring, updated kitchen, 2 balcony’s & bonus outdoor swimming pool. Great value. Call for your private viewing today!

#9 ) Address:# 111 7500 MINORU BV, Brighouse South, Richmond

May 21, 2011 V889505 $256,000 $0 0%
June 28, 2011 V889505 $249,000 $-7,000 -3%
November 21, 2011 V889505 removed after 184 days
February 15, 2012 V931376 $245,800 $-10,200 -4%
February 23, 2012 V931376 $239,000 $-17,000 -7%
March 29, 2012 V931376 $234,800 $-21,200 -8%
June 04, 2012 V931376 removed after 110 days
June 07, 2012 V954844 $232,000 $-24,000 -9%
June 13, 2012 V954844 $225,888 $-30,112 -12%
October 02, 2012 V954844 $223,000 $-33,000 -13%
January 01, 2013 V954844 removed after 208 days
January 10, 2013 V984160 $222,800 $-33,200 -13%
February 19, 2013 V984160 $189,000 $-67,000 -26%


Current Days on Market: 643 (1.76years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 43
2012 Assessment: $202,200
2011 Assessment: $246,900
Desperation Score: 31.1

Pride of Ownership in the renovated I bedroom unit at Carmel Pointe. Newer laminate flooring, new kitchen cabinets countertops, tile flooring in kitchen, bath and shower and new slate hearth and facade on fireplace. painted in designercolours and very appealing. Located securely ABOVE ground level, this north facing suite has an outdoor balcony facing tree lined quiet street. Totally renovated with fresh designer ambiances. Cozy wood burning fireplace, large laundry room and insuite and out of suite storage are added bonuses. Quiet adult oriented building 19+ owner occupied community. Cat allowed but no dog. SHOWS BEAUTIFULLY.

#8 ) Address:# 3403 938 NELSON ST, Downtown, Vancouver West

February 01, 2008 V686406 $1,498,000 $0 0%
February 26, 2008 V686406 $1,599,800 $0 0%
April 12, 2008 V686406 removed after 71 days
June 25, 2009 V773672 $1,225,000 $-374,800 -23%
August 07, 2009 V773672 $1,188,000 $-411,800 -26%
December 15, 2009 V773672 removed after 173 days
November 21, 2010 V852481 $1,199,000 $-400,800 -25%
February 12, 2011 V852481 $1,169,000 $-430,800 -27%
April 07, 2011 V852481 removed after 137 days
March 19, 2012 V937928 $1,248,000 $-351,800 -22%
July 17, 2012 V937928 $1,198,000 $-401,800 -25%
December 16, 2012 V937928 removed after 272 days
February 15, 2013 V990321 $1,168,000 $-431,800 -27%


Current Days on Market: 340 (0.93years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 7
2012 Assessment: $1,101,000
2011 Assessment: $1,097,000
Desperation Score: 10.4

LUXURY LIVING at its best!. Executive penthouse style. Open, airey space with 90′ of floor to ceiling windows, 9′ ceilings, granite countertops, jetted tub & stainless steel appliances. RICH BRAZILLIAN CHERRY HARDWOOD FLOORING draws out the rich cherry laquer finished cabinetry along with artist treated walls. 24 hr concierge, 2 complimentary health club memberships, car & driver along with room service available. THIS IS SPECIAL!!! Call now! A pleasure to show!!

#7 ) Address:# 3302 1028 BARCLAY ST, West End, Vancouver West

June 03, 2011 V891810 $1,369,000 $0 0%
July 13, 2011 V891810 removed after 40 days
June 07, 2012 V955027 $1,099,000 $-270,000 -20%
July 20, 2012 V955027 removed after 43 days
July 22, 2012 V963329 $1,049,000 $-320,000 -23%
September 12, 2012 V963329 removed after 52 days
September 14, 2012 V971346 $999,800 $-369,200 -27%
December 20, 2012 V971346 removed after 97 days
February 15, 2013 V990584 $979,000 $-390,000 -28%


Current Days on Market: 260 (0.71years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 7
2012 Assessment: $1,032,000
2011 Assessment: $1,027,000
Desperation Score: 13.0

Premium-view unit with the most sought-after (1st to sell out) 2bdrm floor plan at Patina by Concert. Views improve dramatically at approx. the 32nd floor, and as a corner unit with huge wrap-around balcony and glass everywhere, sunrises east over Mt. Baker, views south over False Creek, and sunsets west over Georgia Strait are spectacular. Throw in separated bedrooms, defined living and dining areas, a very hi-end island kitchen, A/C, and a spa-like master bath, and this beautiful home is awesome to spend any kind of time in. Ultra-central location close to everything downtown, great building and strata, stellar gym and boardrooms, 24hr concierge. Open House Sun., Feb. 17, 2-4pm. Visit realtor’s website for floorplan and video

#6 ) Address:2778 VINE ST, Kitsilano, Vancouver West

June 03, 2007 V651187 $889,000 $0 0%
July 24, 2007 V651187 removed after 51 days
March 24, 2010 V816784 $1,098,000 $0 0%
April 10, 2010 V816784 $998,000 $-100,000 -9%
May 03, 2010 V816784 removed after 40 days
May 06, 2010 V827880 $925,000 $-173,000 -16%
May 20, 2010 V827880 $899,000 $-199,000 -18%
August 01, 2010 V827880 removed after 87 days
February 15, 2013 V990280 $769,000 $-329,000 -30%


Current Days on Market: 7 (0.02years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 7
2012 Assessment: $900,000
2011 Assessment: $829,000
Desperation Score: 4.5

Bright, spacious and beautiful townhome in the Mozaiek built by Concert Properties. This concrete building is well maintained and managed, the townhome itself is beautifully appointed, with room for your comfort and your stuff! Enter fromyour private entrance off of Vine St., this main floor boasts 10′ ceilings, engineered hardwood floors and French doors off the living room to your own west facing patio. In the kitchen you will find ample cupboards, granite counters, S/S appliances with a gas cooktop and stove and a breakfast bar for your morning coffee. Two parking spots, a storage locker, a common bike room and a workshop. This is a wonderful home, in a great building and a fabulous location.

#5 ) Address:# 3701 689 ABBOTT ST, Downtown, Vancouver West

February 11, 2011 V868689 $2,830,000 $0 0%
June 17, 2011 V868689 $2,280,000 $-550,000 -19%
August 01, 2011 V868689 removed after 171 days
October 28, 2012 V978481 $1,980,000 $-850,000 -30%
February 19, 2013 V978481 $1,938,000 $-892,000 -32%


Current Days on Market: 117 (0.32years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 117
2012 Assessment: $1,411,000
2011 Assessment: $1,590,000
Desperation Score: 7.8

ESPANA PENTHOUSE, Amazing 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom and Den home with 1869 sq ft of living space on 2 levels. Main level features marble flooring throughout, stainless steel appliances and granite kitchen counter tops. Top level master bedroom with lots of privacy and amazing unobstructed views. Huge balconies on both levels with views of the North Shore Mountains, water and city. An entertainers dream. World class amenities featuring a 80ft indoor hot tub, sauna, fully equipped gym, lounge, garden and concierge. Bonus 2 parking stalls an 1 storage locker included.

#4 ) Address:8785 OAK ST, Marpole, Vancouver West

October 02, 2008 V737009 $584,060 $0 0%
November 05, 2008 V737009 $473,860 $-110,200 -19%
March 05, 2009 V737009 $449,800 $-134,260 -23%
July 01, 2009 V737009 removed after 272 days
August 01, 2009 V779827 $448,000 $-136,060 -23%
October 01, 2009 V779827 removed after 61 days
November 06, 2009 V796456 $498,000 $-86,060 -15%
December 11, 2009 V796456 removed after 35 days
October 11, 2012 V975846 $440,900 $-143,160 -25%
November 09, 2012 V975846 $429,900 $-154,160 -26%
December 01, 2012 V975846 $424,900 $-159,160 -27%
December 21, 2012 V975846 $419,900 $-164,160 -28%
January 23, 2013 V975846 $412,900 $-171,160 -29%
February 15, 2013 V975846 $399,900 $-184,160 -32%


Current Days on Market: 134 (0.37years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 134
2012 Assessment: $479,000
2011 Assessment: $479,000
Desperation Score: 23.7

Superb location. No need for a car in this location. Generous sized bedrooms. Bright corner unit. Easy to view.

#3 ) Address:# 2707 1011 W CORDOVA ST, Coal Harbour, Vancouver West

February 10, 2010 V808693 $3,590,000 $0 0%
May 04, 2010 V808693 removed after 83 days
February 16, 2013 V991019 $2,388,000 $-1,202,000 -33%


Current Days on Market: 6 (0.02years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 6
2012 Assessment: $2,364,000
2011 Assessment: $2,381,000
Desperation Score: 4.5

Fairmont Pacific Rim Estates – Experience World Class luxury at Vancouver’s most sought after ultra modern true waterfront address. This 2 bdrm & 2.5 bath & den estate showcases stunning views of WATER, CITY & MTNS from each room & HUGE balcony. Opulent features include beautiful oversized leather bound entry doors, overheight ceilings, stacked wood flooring, Boffi Italian cabinets, chefs kitchen w/Miele & Sub-zero appliances, A/C, Lutron power shades & much more! Unbeatable location! Steps to everything Vancouver has to offer & also located on top of the 5 star Fairmont Hotel w/all the amenities at your fingertips: BMW limo service, valet parking, spa, fitness ctr, rooftop terrace w/heated pool & hot tub. 2 parking included.

#2 ) Address:# 701 1762 DAVIE ST, West End, Vancouver West

June 13, 2010 V835647 $2,399,000 $0 0%
September 27, 2010 V835647 removed after 106 days
October 01, 2010 V852902 $2,299,000 $-100,000 -4%
December 31, 2010 V852902 removed after 91 days
January 07, 2011 V862201 $2,299,000 $-100,000 -4%
March 19, 2011 V862201 $1,895,000 $-504,000 -21%
July 01, 2011 V862201 removed after 175 days
May 05, 2012 V948048 $1,735,000 $-664,000 -28%
November 27, 2012 V948048 removed after 206 days
December 02, 2012 V981772 $1,535,000 $-864,000 -36%
February 16, 2013 V981772 $1,515,000 $-884,000 -37%


Current Days on Market: 293 (0.80years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 82
2012 Assessment: $1,915,000
2011 Assessment: $1,934,000
Desperation Score: 10.4

Blowout Sale! $400,000 BELOW ASSESSED VALUE! Own this impressive PENTHOUSE in West Ends most intimate & modernist building, the O2. Contemporary design by Merrick Architecture & interior designer Alda Pereira bring light & magnificent ocean views into your living space. Top of the line European finishings throughout, from the engineered teak HWflrs to the radiant in-ceiling heating & cooling system. Italian Dada kitchen w/industrial 6 pc appliance package. Your very spacious master bedroom features a large walk-in closet & a beautiful 5pc spa-like ensuite bathrm featuring marble counters, Basalt stone flrs & frameless showers – all awaiting you in this exceptionally valued residence. Balance of 2-10-10 warranty. 2 parking stalls.

#1 ) Address:# 2801 1455 HOWE ST, Yaletown, Vancouver West

December 23, 2006 V624261 $2,550,000 $0 0%
April 01, 2007 V624261 removed after 99 days
July 04, 2008 V720021 $3,580,000 $0 0%
August 13, 2008 V720021 $3,380,000 $-200,000 -6%
September 05, 2008 V720021 $3,230,000 $-350,000 -10%
October 21, 2008 V720021 $3,080,000 $-500,000 -14%
November 19, 2008 V720021 removed after 138 days
November 22, 2008 V744531 $2,750,000 $-830,000 -23%
January 07, 2009 V744531 $2,380,000 $-1,200,000 -34%
February 07, 2009 V744531 removed after 77 days
February 18, 2009 V753187 $2,280,000 $-1,300,000 -36%
March 25, 2009 V753187 $2,150,000 $-1,430,000 -40%
May 08, 2009 V753187 removed after 79 days
July 12, 2009 V776474 $2,380,000 $-1,200,000 -34%
October 16, 2009 V776474 $2,680,000 $-900,000 -25%
November 21, 2009 V776474 removed after 132 days
November 27, 2009 V799226 $2,550,000 $-1,030,000 -29%
January 27, 2010 V799226 $2,480,000 $-1,100,000 -31%
March 03, 2010 V799226 $2,388,000 $-1,192,000 -33%
March 26, 2010 V799226 removed after 119 days
April 01, 2010 V818938 $2,288,000 $-1,292,000 -36%
May 12, 2010 V818938 removed after 41 days
July 11, 2010 V841466 $1,998,000 $-1,582,000 -44%
February 17, 2011 V841466 removed after 221 days
July 21, 2012 V963211 $1,988,000 $-1,592,000 -44%
October 14, 2012 V963211 $1,888,800 $-1,691,200 -47%
October 15, 2012 V963211 removed after 86 days
October 17, 2012 V976933 $1,888,800 $-1,691,200 -47%
November 29, 2012 V976933 removed after 43 days
February 15, 2013 V990694 $1,889,800 $-1,690,200 -47%


Current Days on Market: 216 (0.59years)
Current ‘Official’ Days on Market: 7
2012 Assessment: $1,951,000
2011 Assessment: $1,964,000
Desperation Score: 15.4

SUB PENTHOUSE suite at Pomaria building built by Quest Landmark. Truly an exceptional piece of real estate with stunning North, East and South views. With over 2100 sqft of living space, this is the perfect open concept floor plan designed to capture the views. There are floor-to ceiling windows throughout, custom roller blinds, and single room temperature/volume control throughout the suite. The kitchen is impressive, and features Sub Zero and Miele appliances including a gas range and wired espresso machine. 2 balconies, 1 North and 1 south, perfect for entertaining. The master is a retreat with a phenomenal closet and spa like ensuite.


25 responses to “The Weekly Drop Metro Vancouver Attached – February 20, 2013

  1. Tsurly February 21, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    I always get a good chuckle when I see “sub penthouse”. News flash: the whole point of having a penthouse is that there is nobody above you. It makes no difference if you have only one unit above or twenty units above, making “sub penthouse” a pointless phrase. Do buyers really fall for that? This is like a bride getting married and telling her husband on her wedding day, “Honey don’t worry I’m still a ‘sub-virgin’, only been hit up once!”

  2. gokou3 February 21, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    A lot of million dollar downtown condos on this list!

  3. Landbaron February 21, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    What’s up with #2, 25% below assessment for a penthouse in that location, with those views?

    Wow, I mean it’s still overpriced but what a reality check for West Enders. The only thing I can think of is that the building has no restrictions on rentals and has turned into a shithole with bad tenants.

    Does anyone have information about this building?

    • Real Estate Tsunami February 21, 2013 at 7:23 pm

      My contacts tell me that The Ladies of the Night like that Penthouse.
      Like so many other Penthouses in Downtown Vancouver.

      • Alexcanuck February 21, 2013 at 7:36 pm

        The Vampiresses are deeply offended by “Ladies of the night” used in that context.
        A more acceptable euphemism is “Ladies of negotiable affection”.

      • Landbaron February 21, 2013 at 7:56 pm

        Ah yes, another industry propped up by the real estate cartel in Vancouver. Although I bet in the next year or so there will be a lot of these very good looking realtors “flooding the market” so to speak 😉

        But at least The Ladies of the Night are honest about their services!

    • Slumlord February 26, 2013 at 2:19 pm

      There could be something wrong with the building (leakage and what not) because the maintenance fee is about 670 cents per square feet ($1045.0) for a 4 year old building. The ceiling seems a bit low for this size apartment, it will feel like a cave or a tunnel especially on rainy days.

  4. Anon February 22, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    Does a realtor have to pay to list a property? Do they continue paying as long as its active?

    Thank you.

    • Natalie February 22, 2013 at 1:47 pm

      In the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, you pay a listing fee to put the property on MLS. You pay another fee if/when it is sold.

      • Spiltbongwater February 22, 2013 at 3:04 pm

        How about when a property is delisted, and relisted to try to hide the DoM or a price reduction. Does the new listing require a fee again to put the property back on MLS. Who would usually pay that, the realtor, or vendor?

  5. Natalie February 22, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    For Spiltbongwater: Whenever it comes into the board as a new listing, it is subject to a new fee, regardless of any chage in price or Realtor. The reasons that you state the realtors do it for may not always be the reason its done. I can’t believe Realtors really think the public isn’t aware of what’s on the market, how long its been on and at what price its been at. That said, I checked some MLS numbers out for the observer last summer, and it sure seemed there were cases of this.

    Sometimes its done simply to bring the listing new attention from the realtors. New listings appear on our “hot sheets” daily so they get new attention from us…sometimes people may think a price reduction plus a new relist will get new Realtor attention. This can and has helped breathe ‘new life” into a listing. I can’t speak for all realtors, but duping the public generally isn’t a listing realtor’s priority. Selling a listing is. All savvy realtors and buyers want to know the history of the listing when they are actively purchasing a property. All realtors representing a buyer have simple access to this, plus comparative sales history and more.

    Unless some kind of special arrangements are made between the listing Realtor and the seller, the Realtor pays all costs including these fees. Nothing comes out of the vendors pocket until we sell their home. If we don’t sell it, we don’t get reimbursed. If we sell it, we get the commission. Costs of marketing etc are not on top of the commssion, they are included in that commission.

    **sorry if this doesn’t post in the right spot 🙂

  6. Spiltbongwater February 22, 2013 at 9:10 pm

    Thanks Natalie. Take a look at #9 and tell me those latest 2 delisting/relisting was just to get on the hot sheets. The last price reduction reflects the vendors assessment came in with the 20% drop.

    Do price reductions show up on realtors hot sheets similar to new listings? If so, why not go that route other then the listing will show the current and former price, as well as DoM.

    Sorry to hijack your website An Observer

    • an observer February 22, 2013 at 9:14 pm

      No problem, these are good questions and the information is very useful

    • Natalie February 23, 2013 at 8:46 am

      Hi again.

      #9 111-7500 Minoru:

      Last Sale was Sept 2006 for $217,000
      Listed May 19, 2011 for $256,000
      Listing reduced once in June to $249,000 and expired in November
      Off market unti Feb 2012 when relisted at $245,800
      Reduced Feb 22 to $239,000
      Reduced March 28 to $248,800
      Listing Canceled June 4th and RELISTED with same Realtor, next day at $232,000
      Reduced June 12 to $225,888
      Reduced Oct 1 to $223,000
      Expired Dec 31 @$223.000
      Off market until Jan 8 relisted at $222,800
      Reduced Feb 18 to $189,000

      Cancel/Relist June 4th was due to new wording in our contracts to reflect a change to “Designated Agency”. If you refer to this blog’s Recycling stats of July 31, 2012, I mentioned this as a reason for the increase in cancel/relists.
      Since then, it expired once through the Christmas season and either the vendor chose to wait to relist or the Realtor did. Not too unusual that time of year.
      A foot note that you don’t see on the info here is that this propoerty is now listed with a condition that all offers be written to Bank and Court approval. What this likely means is that the vendor is now in a position that they can not clear title at this price. Also what you don’t see in this info is that the Realtor is related to the seller. If you were to buy this property through a Realtor of your won, this information must be disclosed to you.

      Price changes do show up on hotsheets, yes. I can’t answer you as to why Realtors choose one over the other. What I can tell you is that the days on the market can not be hidden. Each listing has a sales history that stays on the computer. I am not sure if public sites like actually have a category for new listings. This could be another reason some people choose that route. Sometimes, the sellers insist for us to do this as they don’t want a stale listing. Not everyone understands that you can not hide the length of time something is on the market.

      • MaxPower February 23, 2013 at 5:47 pm

        I think a big “Thank-you” is in order for Natalie – not all of the frequent readers here are as plugged in to the real estate industry as others and her in depth answers are appreciated.

      • an observer February 23, 2013 at 6:29 pm

        Yes, she’s added a lot of great detail and also perspective from the realtor side of things

      • Spiltbongwater February 24, 2013 at 9:15 am

        I agree that the DoM cannot be hidden from a realtor as they have all the information, or have easy access to it. The DoM can and is hidden from the general public. I looked at a place that had been delisted/relisted. I asked my realtor how many days on the market it has been on, and was told 58 days, so offered accordingly. When having an accepted offer, the listing realtor sent the title, and there was a different MLS # on it, and was made many days more then the 58 that I was led to believe. Obv. I should have asked my realtor to do a property search, but really, when s/he has all that information easily available, just shows me that s/he was looking out for their own interests by not bothering to let me know that s/he can find out listing history before making any offer. When I sell a property, I would like to hope that my Realtor is helping to not have me leave too much money on the table. Similar when I buy, I would hope my realtor is helping to make sure I am notputting too much money on the table. As you likely know, a vendor who has been on the market for 2 weeks, would not be as flexible on price as a vendor who has been on the market for 1 year.

        Even in the stats provided by real estate boards, the cancelled listing is never considered in the DoM stat. My place, got reported as 58 DoM and the previous listing is pretended to have not existed.

        I do like the place, and am happy with the price I paid, but think I could have had it for a little less had I been privy to the information my realtor was withholding, or just too lazy to find out, so this is not buyers remorse or sour grapes. Obv. I will find a different realtor when I sell.

        I would hope that realtors in their to do list for clients, would provide listing history, before presenting an offer, and not expect their client who is not as familiar with the real estate industry to ask for it.

      • an observer February 24, 2013 at 9:29 am

        SpiltBongWater, the DOM stat is pretty useless in its current form. Look at the weekly drop listings that have been listed for many years and then sell with a DOM of 3 days (plus a SOLD OVER ASK!!!!) because the most recent relisting price was “priced to sell”. When I see the DOM stat quoted in news stories I get really annoyed…

        My experience and the experience of just about everyone I know is also that the real listing history is not generally provided to the client. They get a sheet with all the details along with a list price history of the current MLS# and DOM of the current MLS#

      • Natalie February 24, 2013 at 10:08 am

        Spiltbongwater: Yes, if you have a buyer’s agent that is working soley for you, they should be giving you as much information as they can to help you determine the price you want to offer. YOUR interests should most definitely come before their own. If you are working with the listing agent to also purchase the home (dual agency) he or she can not offer you assistance in pricing, can not divulge the motivation or personal information about the seller. A good buyers agent will be like a detective. Anything they see or hear or know about the property and the owners motivation should be shared with you to help you determine your negotiating strategy.

        MaxPower: You’re welcome 🙂

      • overthepond February 24, 2013 at 3:25 pm

        Just want to re-voice MaxPower’s appreciation to Natalie. Just from frequenting ‘bear blogs’ it is refreshing to see a realtor come in and engage with everyone – in such a professional and informed manner. – long may you stick around Natalie!

      • Natalie February 25, 2013 at 6:19 pm

        Overthepond: Thank you 🙂 Happy to be engaging on such a respectable blog. Its helpful for me as well to see how what “we” do is received by the public.

  7. Alexcanuck February 23, 2013 at 9:04 am

    111-7500 Minoru: V984160
    Apparently they threw some HELOC money in as well, “Newer laminate flooring, new kitchen cabinets countertops, tile flooring in kitchen, bath and shower and new slate hearth and facade on fireplace.”
    Like to know if that’s after the 2006 sale, likely it is.

  8. Natalie February 23, 2013 at 9:14 am

    For Alexcanuck:

    Here are the listing comments taken from the previous listings. I will let you determine from there…

    September 2006: Stunning central Richmond 1 bedroom. Newer cherry wood floors, paint, tile doors plus kitchen & laundry appliances. Cozy corner fireplace. Huge covered deck. Building updates include painting & roof. Large floor plan fully updated.

    June 2012: Pride of Ownership in this renovated 1 bedroom unit at Carmel Pointe, Newer laminate flooring, new kitchen cabinets, countertop. tile flooring in bathroom and tub surround. New slate hearth and facade on fireplace, Painted in designercolours and very appealing, Located securely above ground level, this north facing suite has an outdoor balcony facing a tree lined quiet street. Totally renovated with fresh designer ambiances. Cozy wood burning fireplace, large laundry room and in suite and out of suite storage locker. Quiet owner occupied community, Parking #2 and Locker #111 REA Full Realtor 23-Feb-13 8:10 AM The enclosed information while deemed to be correct, is not guaranteed. PREC* indicates Personal Real Estate Corporation. Richmond, Brighouse South Residential Attached

    Jan 2013: Pride of Ownership in the renovated I bedroom unit at Carmel Pointe. Newer laminate flooring, new kitchen cabinets countertops, tile flooring in kitchen, bath and shower and new slate hearth and facade on fireplace. painted in designercolours and very appealing. Located securely ABOVE ground level, this north facing suite has an outdoor balcony facing tree lined quiet street. Totally renovated with fresh designer ambiances. Cozy wood burning fireplace, large laundry room and insuite and out of suite storage are added bonuses. Quiet adult oriented building 19+ owner occupied community. Cat allowed but no dog. SHOWS BEAUTIFULLY.

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