James Bay

Homes in James Bay

James Bay has one of the most coveted locations in the city. Surrounded by water on three sides with the Victoria Harbour to the north and west, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the south. It is a high density neighbourhood and occupies the south side of the Inner Harbour close to downtown. James Bay's extensive waterfront is alive with activity including an array of industry, government and transportation facilities.   James Bay is known for its lively waterfront and charming Victorian houses and is the city’s oldest urban neighbourhood. A commercial area, named ‘James Bay Village’ is centred on the intersection of Menzies and Simcoe Streets and is the heart of the neighbourhood filled with local shops…

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Victoria West Homes

Victoria West, commonly called 'Vic West', is a historic neighbourhood in the city of Victoria.  It's located just west of downtown, across the Victoria Harbour and bordering on the Township of Esquimalt. Victoria West is an eclectic community, nestled on a peninsula surrounded by water and connected to Victoria’s downtown core by two city bridges and the Selkirk Trestle. For those seeking a neighbourhood that boasts superior accessibility to both Victoria’s downtown core and the tranquility of West Coast waterfront, Victoria West may be the ideal urban oasis for you.   The neighbourhood is diverse, from its modern harbour-front condominium complexes such as the Railyards and Dockside Green, to…

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MARKET REPORT - April 2023

Victoria Market Report

Early spring market reflects consumer confidence and growing demand


April 3, 2023: A total of 590 properties sold in the Victoria Real Estate Board region this March, 29.2 per cent fewer than the 833 properties sold in March 2022 but a 28.3 per cent increase from February 2023. Sales of condominiums were down 29.4 per cent from March 2022 with 197 units sold. Sales of single family homes decreased 31.8 per cent from March 2022 with 281 sold.


“We’ve seen our sales numbers this month almost double from January,” said Victoria Real Estate Board Chair Graden Sol. “As we move further into spring, we expect that the return to confidence we’ve seen in the market will continue. What we…

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