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UBC Homes Sales for November 2015

For November 2015, a total of 21 units of strata homes, i.e. condos and townhomes, were sold in UBC.  This is a decrease from the 33 units that sold in October, and an increase from the 14 units that sold in November 2014.


Of the 21 units that sold last month, 1 was a 1-bedroom home, 11 were 2-bedroom homes, and 9 units were 3-or-more bedroom homes, 2 of those being townhouses or duplexes.


The average sale price for 1-bedroom strata home in the UBC Campus in November was $512,000, a 2-bedroom strata home had an average sale price of $685,345, while a 3-or-more bedroom strata home had an average sale price of $1,454,944.


The majority of the total units sold last month is from the UBC’s newest and largest neighbourhood, Wesbrook Place with 13 units, 2 units from Chancellor Place, 2 units from East Campus, 2 units from Hawthorn Place, and 2 units from Hampton Place.


I've lived in the UBC campus for over 10 years. I love this area and all it has to offer, and I enjoy sharing what I know about my home. As a REALTOR®, I also love to share my expertise in this area as well. If you are thinking of listing your UBC property, or for a FREE private consultation, please call me, Len Diaz, at 604-551-1323.



Sold units does not include single detached homes, pre-sale, under construction, and private (FSBO) sales.  All figures are taken from MLS.



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