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June 2018 Qualicum Beach Parksville Nanoose Bay Fairwinds & Area Real Estate Sales Market Snapshot - Part 2

Real Estate Market Snapshot for June 2018 of the Qualicum Beach Parksville Nanoose Bay Fairwinds & Area Single Family Home Sales This is the Qualicum Beach Parksville Nanoose Bay Fairwinds & Area Market Snapshot of Home Sales for June 2018 - Click for Part 1 – market news

Sales in the Qualicum Beach Parksville Nanoose Bay Fairwinds & Area real estate market see a wave of Boomers retiring to the region. Single family home prices are up 17% over the past 12 months, patio-home condos up by 27% and building lots by 6%.

In it's budget delivered on Feb 20, the NDP minority government announced a variety of measures designed to reduce home prices primarily in the Lower Mainland. The 'speculation tax' is intended to stimulate rental availablity. It does NOT apply to the Qualicum Beach / Parksville area but does apply to the City of Nanaimo. The NDP also increased and expanded the province's foreign-buyers (non-Canadian resident) tax from 15% to 20% of sales value and applied this tax beyond Metro Vancouver to other regions of the province. Changes to the Property Transfer Tax have also been implemented that will impact only the higher-end luxury properties. Again, the Lower Mainland is the target but the changes cover all of BC. Since 1987 when the average home price in Vancouver was $187,000, the PTT has been 1% on the first $200,000 and 2% on the balance. New measures in February included an additional 3% tax on the purchase price between $2M and $3M and 5% over that. Very few properties in this region will be impacted by this change however. The 'speculation tax' has got some home-owners very concerned who own a second home in BC which they use for part of the year but their primary residence is outside of BC. Please keep in mind, that the new speculation tax does not apply to this area. Also, the speculation tax does not apply if the home is rented long term (over 6 months of the year. Again though, no speculation tax applies here in the Qualicum beach Parksville area. In addition, as of June 15 of 2018, the Superintendent of BC real estate is putting in place a host of changes to the way in which Realtors represent their clients in BC. Contact Tom for the details. Recently, it appears as though we may have begun a trend towards more balance between supply and demand, causing less upward pressure on prices. Listings of single family homes are up by 20% compared to June of last year while the number of listings among all types of properties is up by about 15% overall compared to this time last year. It's important to price your property competitively given the shifting dynamics in the real estate market.


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