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Lowes elected BCNREB president

Lowes elected BCNREB president

Fort St. John realtor Wynnette Lowes has been elected president of the B.C. Northern Real Estate Board.
Fort St. John’s Q1 real estate sales at $54.5 million

Fort St. John’s Q1 real estate sales at $54.5 million

The BC Northern Real Estate Board reports 123 properties worth $54.5 million sold in the Fort St. John area in the first quarter of 2022.
Fort St. John apartment vacancies, rents rise

Fort St. John apartment vacancies, rents rise

Townhome vacancy rates drop to 8.6%
Stable real estate market predicted for 2022

Stable real estate market predicted for 2022

If the latter part of 2021 is any indication, the Fort St. John and North Peace real estate market moving into this year should remain stable.
Fort St. John home assessments up 7% in 2022

Fort St. John home assessments up 7% in 2022

Notices in the mail, says BC Assessment
Yorkton Equity Group acquires Canterbury Estates, Midtown Apartments

Yorkton Equity Group acquires Canterbury Estates, Midtown Apartments

The Yorkton Equity Group said Wednesday it has acquired an apartment building and townhouse project in Fort St. John.
Edwina Nearhood elected president of AIC-BC

Edwina Nearhood elected president of AIC-BC

Former Fort St. John real estate appraiser Edwina Nearhood has been elected President of the British Columbia Association of the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
Smart Money: Extinguishing your largest liability

Smart Money: Extinguishing your largest liability

Getting a mortgage is exciting; Getting rid of a mortgage is even more exciting
Home sales, prices continue to rise in Fort St. John

Home sales, prices continue to rise in Fort St. John

Property sales in Fort St. John continue their red-hot rebound from the pandemic last year, with home sales up 60% and average prices still on the rise to a near five-year high.
Fort St. John real estate market on red hot rebound

Fort St. John real estate market on red hot rebound

Sales up 101% year-over-year in northern B.C.
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