Silverdale News

Fraser River Crossing Forcemain Project

By naultgroup | March 8, 2022

The City of Mission’s Forcemain Project reached an important milestone last week.

Mission’s Fraser River Sanitary Crossing Gets Go-Ahead

By naultgroup | July 16, 2021

The Braich family and the City of Mission announced that their agreement will enable the City’s Fraser River Sanitary Sewer Crossing project to proceed.

Silverdale Central Neighbourhood Update

By naultgroup | June 14, 2021

As mentioned in our last update, the city of Mission held a scheduled council meeting on June 7th, alongside Ekistics Town Planning to provide the first look at the Silverdale’s Central Neighborhood Draft Land Use Options.

Silverdale Update – May 2021

By naultgroup | May 25, 2021

The long-awaited Central Neighbourhood Draft Land Use Plans are slated to be released June 7th, during a District of Mission Public Council Meeting.

Paul Horn – New Mission Mayor

By naultgroup | April 26, 2021

The Mission by-election was held this past Saturday for the vacant mayoral seat. Paul Horn, a Silverdale resident won in convincing fashion.

Silverdale Update – March 2021

By naultgroup | March 5, 2021

EKISTICS, the Neighborhood Plan’s consultant will be leading two meetings for residents of the Silverdale Central Neighborhood next week.

Silverdale Update – January 2021

By naultgroup | January 8, 2021

Silverdale’s Central Neighbourhood Plan is slated to receive Draft Land Use Plans in Mid February.

Canada’s Money Supply Reaches 30 Year High

By naultgroup | November 25, 2020

The country’s tight money supply is trending towards a substantial return to production and consumer spending

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Mayor Pam Alexis Resigns, By-Election Slated for Spring 2021

By naultgroup | November 13, 2020

Mayor Pam Alexis has officially submitted her resignation.

FVREB October Stats

By naultgroup | November 3, 2020

The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board processed 2,231 sales on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in September.

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BOC : Rates Forecast to Remain Low into 2023

By naultgroup | October 29, 2020

The Bank of Canada said it anticipates interest rates to persist at the current record lows until 2023

Vancouver Company Creative in Home Deconstruction

By naultgroup | October 23, 2020

An imaginative Vancouver company is revolutionizing the way houses are being torn down by collecting every last piece of reclaimable building material.

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Former BOC Governor ‘Not Really’ Concerned

By naultgroup | October 13, 2020

Stephen Poloz, the former Bank of Canada governor, says he’s “not really” concerned about Canada’s current housing markets.

Archer Green by Polygon Homes

By naultgroup | October 7, 2020

Polygon Homes recently began marketing Archer Green, its first project in Mission’s Silverdale development area.

FVREB September Stats

By naultgroup | October 2, 2020

The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board processed 2,231 sales on its Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in September.

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Highlights From The Throne Speech

By naultgroup | September 24, 2020

In a new speech from the throne, the Liberal government detailed its plan to face the coming second wave of COVID-19, support Canadians and businesses that are still struggling because of the pandemic and boost the economy for longer-term recovery.

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CMHC Rebrand?

By naultgroup | September 22, 2020

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. will be getting a new name in the coming months, part of a larger rebranding by the federal housing agency to better reflect its changing mandate

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Understanding Pent-Up Demand In Real Estate

By naultgroup | September 11, 2020

Pent-up demand is a brief period of consumption where purchasing is unusually high. This follows a period of unusually low, restrained activity. This can be due to policy influence (a foreign buyer tax, vacancy, etc.)

FVREB August Stats

By naultgroup | September 2, 2020

The price of a typical condo, aka the benchmark, made a small increase. REBGV’s condo benchmark hit $682,500 in July, up 4.2% compared to last year

CREA: Record High for Home Sales in July

By naultgroup | August 18, 2020

The Canadian housing market saw more sales this July than any month in the past 40 years, with 30 per cent more homeowners closing on properties compared to this time last year.

Lowered 5 Year Benchmark Rate

By naultgroup | August 17, 2020

House-hunting Canadians saw their buying power increase this week as the benchmark five-year mortgage rate reported by the Bank of Canada

Annual Housing Starts Up 16% in July

By naultgroup | August 11, 2020

OTTAWA – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in July rose nearly 16 per cent compared with June.

FVREB July Stats

By naultgroup | August 5, 2020

The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) saw the second-highest number of both property sales and new listings ever recorded in July.

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Optimism Towards Real Estate

By naultgroup | July 30, 2020

Canada’s consumer outlook is experiencing a renewal of strength in regards to real estate and the economy, recent polls showed.

Central Neighbourhood Planning Update

By naultgroup | July 27, 2020

On July 20, the District of Mission approved Polygon’s application for a proponent led land use plan for Silverdale’s Central Neighbourhood.

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Canada Maintains AAA Rating

By naultgroup | July 27, 2020

After having its credit rating revised by Fitch in June, S&P Reaffirmed Canada’s AAA Credit Rating but warned it could soon be revised.

FVREB June Stats

By naultgroup | July 3, 2020

The Fraser Valley Board received 3,456 new listings in June, a 57 per cent increase compared to May’s intake of 2,207  new listings and a 23 per cent increase compared to June 2019

B.C. to Shepherd Economic Recovery

By naultgroup | June 24, 2020

According to a recent report from Deloitte Canada, British Columbia