The Vancouver Island Town of Ladysmith is in Full Bloom This Spring

Posted on May 12, 2018

Spring on Vancouver Island means flowers are in bloom!

One plant in particular in the Town of Ladysmith has gained international attention. The more-than-a-century-old shrub, known to locals as “Lady Cynthia,” has attracted international acclaim after being listed as one of the most beautiful trees in the world by a number of online publications last year (even though it’s not technically a tree). This massive rhododendron has been blooming on the same hilltop since 1889.

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Spring Brings Construction Weather to The Ridge in Courtenay

Posted on Apr 17, 2018

New roads have been built and the construction has begun on several new homes in Phase II at The Ridge. Crews from the selected preferred builders are out in force as the spring weather settles into the Comox Valley.

Are you thinking of purchasing a new home in the Comox Valley? The Ridge is the perfect spot to build or buy your new home. It is one of the premium view spots in Courtenay, from which to enjoy year round views of the Beaufort Mountain Range, the Comox Glacier and Comox Bay and the mainland mountains.

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The Gales Continues to Build New Ocean View Homes in Ladysmith

Posted on Mar 20, 2018

The Gales in Ladysmith

Construction is once again underway at The Gales in Ladysmith, where two new homes are being added to this established Vancouver Island ocean view community.

These new patio homes, #18 and 19, each offer a spacious 1,820 sq. ft. of luxury ocean view living. Additionally, The Gales’ Realtor Keith Mazurenko has listed a three-bedroom luxury ocean view home, which completely finished and ready for occupancy (#17), offering 1,555 sq. ft. on the main floor and a 1,000 sq. ft. basement.

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Union Bay Estates Moving Forward in the Comox Valley

Posted on Mar 11, 2018

Kensington Union Bay Properties Limited recently held a press conference to announce the launch of the Union Bay Estates development – a residential and commercial development located on 850 acres in Union Bay, in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.
The Master Development Agreement for this project allows up to 2,949 new residential units to be built. Currently, there are approximately 1,200 residents in Union Bay and the population could increase by an additional 7,500-9,000 once the project has been built out.
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Canadian Homes Sales Dropped in January

Posted on Feb 28, 2018

Statistics released February 15 by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) show national home sales fell sharply in January 2018. Home sales via Canadian MLS® Systems dropped sharply in January after having climbed to the highest monthly level on record in December.

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has released sales statistics showing national home sales fell sharply in January 2018.

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