Whether you’re a 1st time buyer, moving to a bigger home, downsizing or a seasoned investor, buying or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions you will make. You need someone who’s committed to you and your success throughout the process. That’s where the Island Real Estate Team comes in.
We are a team of skilled professionals committed to you and your real estate goals. We want you to be in charge of the sale or purchase of your home. We listen to your needs and work hard with expertise and using the latest technology to find solutions. Our clients appreciate our patient professionalism. They enjoy not being pressured to make decisions they aren’t comfortable with. We’re also adept negotiators who work hard on your behalf. When the Island Real Estate Team is working on your behalf you come first!
Looking to buy or sell a business or lease space for your business? We can help with that also. Our team of professionals includes commercial agents and lenders.
As a team we’re here to provide solutions. Unexpected issues can arise as you’re going through the process of buying or selling your home. We’re here to help you navigate the process and give creative options to any issues that may arise. Our extensive network of professionals may also be called upon to give us innovative solutions.
Victoria is consistently rated as one of the top places to live, work and retire in Canada. Mild climate, ocean vistas, natural beauty, heritage charm and a strong economy make it an extremely desirable destination. The economy is driven by tourism, IT, government and military. Low unemployment and the consistent influx of people to Greater Victoria has created a shortage of rental options and a competitive real estate market.
Victoria also has a vibrant arts and entertainment community. World class performing arts, galleries, museums, music, art and theatre festivals diversify and enhance the quality of life here.
The average home value for the Greater Victoria area was $1.22 million in January 2021. Prices in the surrounding areas are also rising as people look for options for lower prices or larger homes.