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The highest- and lowest-priced homes sold in B.C.: July 7 to 13

General Angela Calla 17 Jul

BCBusiness’s weekly snapshot of what’s selling around the province

Vancouver and Victoria had the priciest residential real estate sales last week. Both Vancouver properties sold quickly: a Point Grey townhouse went for $1.7 million in a single day, while a Yaletown condo fetched its asking price of $1,271,900 in three days.

The most-expensive single-family home was in Victoria’s Oak Bay. With more than 4,300 square feet of living space, including four bedrooms and five bathrooms, it was on the market for 21 days before selling for $4.63 million, just over 87 percent of list price.

At the other end of the scale, last week’s least-expensive sale was a $31,500 townhouse in the Kimberley/Alpine Resort area of the Kootenay. It was purchased for 70 percent of list price after 141 days on the market.

Details of these and other properties sold across the province last week are below: list and sold prices, days on market, size of home and property.

Read more: BCBusiness’s Weekly Snapshot

Angela Calla is a 15 year award-winning woman of influence mortgage expert. Alongside her team, passionately assisting mortgage holders get the best mortgage, and educating them on The Mortgage Show on CKNW for over a decade and through her best-selling book The Mortgage Code available on Amazon. To purchase the book click here: The Mortgage Code. Proceeds from a sales will help build a new emergency room at Eagle Ridge Hospital. Angela can be reached at or 604-802-3983.