The hottest real estate market ever in Mission

Mindy McPherson finds the right property for you

Why has 2017 been the best year in Mission for real estate?

Well, with the average house price in Vancouver sitting at $1.2 million – you can see why!

With Coquitlam’s average price at $749,000 and Maple Ridge at $702,000 – Mission just makes sense at only $617,254

Mindy McPherson is Mission’s leading Real Estate specialist and has experienced a huge increase of people wanting to find their own unique home in Mission.

Mindy has worked and lived in Mission for over 30 years and is highly knowledgeable about the market, she has helped thousands of people negotiate the sale of their homes and also connect buyers to their dream homes.

In this hot market, it’s very important to enlist a true local professional to handle the purchase or sale of your greatest asset.

On Mindy’s website you can open the door to all the properties and also calculate the latest mortgage payments. Find out what your home is worth by getting a home evaluation on your property just by completing a quick form on her website.

With home prices in the Tri-Cities and Maple Ridge at an all-time high, buyers are looking further east – making Historic Mission perfectly placed to offer that affordable new home. Check out whats available now!

5 GREAT REASONS TO BUY WITH MINDY MCPHERSON IN MISSION

1) HOMES ARE STILL AFFORDABLE. Mindy can show you how to get more for your money.

2) The perfect family-friendly community, family events and culture, boutique shops and convenient local stores.

3) Great schools and access to excellent local services.

4) West Coast Express Commuter train — travel to Maple Ridge, Tri-Cities or Vancouver in just over an hour.

5) Nestled between the Fraser River and the mountains, Mission is perfect for outdoor recreation, lakes and bike trails.

Are you thinking of selling? Mindy checks the property values on a daily basis, so let her work her magic and find the perfect buyer and price. She will give you up-to-date information on what’s happening in the marketplace, as well as the price and financing. She knows when and where to market your property to generate the most interest and potential sales opportunities. When you do receive offers on your home, she will help you objectively evaluate every buyer’s proposal without compromising your goals. Throughout the selling process, she is always available to address any questions or concerns you may have.

If you are serious about buying or selling in beautiful Mission, there is really only one expert you need, let Mindy McPherson get you the best possible price for your home. Mindy is the Top Realtor of the 3000 Fraser Valley Real Estate board.

The market is hot – so let Mindy help you to not get burnt!

Call her today at 604-826-1000 to schedule your free market evaluation — or for just some awesome local advice.

 

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