East Van Home Sells for 35% Over Asking!

 

If you were worried or hoping that the the Vancouver real estate market was going to cool down, you might be in for a bit of a shock. A recent listing from East Vancouver was listed for $1.6 million and ended up selling for 35% over asking! That's $567,260 over asking and roughly $1000 a square foot.

 

This beautiful heritage home is located at 65 East 26th Avenue, just off Main Street. It has a total of 3 bedrooms and 2,154 square foot of living space. The home is only a year old and also includes a 1-bedroom basement suite.

 

This property was the highest selling price per square foot in East Vancouver. Vancouver is still breaking records and the market is still quite active. 

 

The neighbourhood around Main Street and Mount Pleasant in Vancouver is a rapidly growing hub of interest from buyers.

 

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