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ON 'SALT SPRING IslanD'

Salt Spring Island is a stunning and unique Gulf Island located in the Strait of Georgia, between the mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island. It is the largest and most developed of the Gulf Islands with a population of around 10,000 residents.

It is known for its vibrant arts community and laid back casual lifestyle.  The island offers picturesque landscapes, charming villages and a welcoming atmosphere. There are a wide range of recreational activities here such as hiking, kayaking, boating and cycling. With its diverse eco-system of lush forests, rolling hills and gorgeous beaches, there are plenty of opportunities to explore and enjoy nature.

Salt Spring has an artistic flair with a…

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LIFE ON A FLOAT HOME 

 

Living in style on the water has never been more affordable.  Minutes away from the city amenities. Float homes have become highly sought after since the tiny home movement picked up speed.   

Float homes offer a unique living option as a full time resident or a vacation home. They are modest scaled down efficient homes that just make sense for individuals with a desire to live their lives in harmony with nature. 

People have been living from floating structures other than just boats, throughout British Columbia for over 150 years. Floating fish and logging camps have been a way of life for many years. 

Float homes in BC are strictly regulated by government authorities regarding discharge of sewage, fire control,…

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VICTORIA MARKET REPORT - June 2023

Spring market begins to grow just in time for summer

A total of 775 properties sold in the Victoria Real Estate Board region this May, 1.8 per cent more than the 761 properties sold in May 2022 and a 21.7 per cent increase from April 2023. Sales of condominiums were down 0.8 per cent from May 2022 with 248 units sold. Sales of single family homes increased 8.7 per cent from May 2022 with 399 sold.

“The month of May marks the highest number of sales we’ve seen since April of last year,” said Victoria Real Estate Board Chair Graden Sol. “While we haven’t seen the number of total sales we would expect in a spring market, the month of May marks the fourth consecutive month with sales higher than the month…

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