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NEW WESTMINSTER REAL ESTATE
Do you dream to have a house in New Westminster BC or planning to settle down on the Lower Mainland? Then you can go for this, this is a great option, and you would never feel that you are new to this place. Finding a house for either purchase or rent or in downtown New West is an easy task. This can be done with the help of property listings done by the real estate board of Westminster. Homes for sale in New Westminster are listed together on the Westminster property sites so that one can easily find the property and can make the purchase.
The city located in Canada, lower lands of British Columbia. This is situated over the banks of the FraserRiver, and on the other side is connected with the greater North Vancouver. There are a number of MLS listings in New Westminster related to the selling and renting of properties. Real estate has its separate listing of the properties.
The most famous and the most thrilling neighboring cities are present to the city. This city is a home for many and provides many residential options to people. There are many cities nearby:
- Maple Ridge
- Pitt Meadow
- Port Coquitlam
- White Rock
- Port Moody
The city experiences the most pleasant and humid weather because of its presence at the Lulu Island’s edge and the presence of Fraser River near to it. At the time of summer and winter a little humid weather is experienced in the city. The city is receiving a good amount of rainfall. Foggy weather is experienced by the area in the colder months because of the presence of the water all around.
There are various people who are willing to reside in the city, so there are numerous options available to people willing to do so. There are a number of MLS listings websites available using which selling and renting of New Westminster real estate can be done easily. These sites give the option of save searches, which is helpful in saving the houses or condos which one has already searched. The save searches can be seen in the save listing and can be seen easily so that purchases can be made easily. This city is on a high growth towards a metropolitan end. Houses of New Westminster are very much popular and common amongst the people, and these are available at various price ranges and sqft sizes.
Find a Realtor
With the help of the already existing, reputed, and the renowned realtors in the city, the process of buying investment property is made highly convenient. There are a number of unique places that are listed on online sites.
Facts about the city:
There are numerous streets in the region. These streets are full of tourists and are prime locations of the city.
The renaissance square is present at the Queens Avenue. The uptown and downtown parts of the city are very beautiful and unique. The city offers several distinct features that are not available at the other parts of the city. There are several avenues available in the city these are very popular areas amongst the people who have a desire to reside there.
The city is a small one adjacent to the Richmond and touches the Fraser River on the other side. This city covers the area of 15.63 km2 having a total population of 70, 694 approximately. People have very diversified cultures and religions. The city has a variety of people who belong to distinct regions. There are a total of 32, 605 private dwellings owned by the people. The average cost of buying a dwelling is near about $ 144,222 CAD for a home facing backyard and allows for a legal suit. This is present at the lower mainland.
This city is a part of Canada and is a member of Metro Vancouver region. This city has the river on one side and distinct cities on the other three portions of the city. The major nearby city is Richmond BC. There are a number of places which are present nearby and shall be visited.
The area is a beautiful place with a view that is completely natural and a perfect blend of rural and urban population and atmosphere together. The city is situated at the bank of the Fraser River on the southwest side of the Burrard Peninsula and approximately in the middle of the Greater Vancouver region.
The campus of the Douglas University is present. There are numerous elementary as well as middle and secondary schools are present in the city, as well as one high school, Secondary School. Many options are available in the city for having good and reputed education. Beside secondary schools, there are a few specialized education institutes, such as Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine and West Coast College of Massage Therapy.
Arts and culture
The city is famous for its live performance venues, such as Massey Theatre and the Burr Theatre, a converted cinema on Columbia Street, and two theatrical venues in Queens Park.
There is a yearly tradition is to host the New West Cultural Crawl to present the city’s talented artists.
The diversity in people can be experienced in the city. The city is very well connected with the adjacent cities which is a great benefit for housing. Canada is very well known for connecting the cities with the rest of the world’s trade. The connectivity is so great that it helps one to reach the city of Vancouver BC very soon. It gives convenient access to the cities which are adjacent to the city, for example in the region of Fraser Valley. There are numerous bridges and canals which are connecting the city with the nearby regions, such as:
-Fraser Valley region
The Trans-Canada Highway(Highway 1) is accessible from Coquitlam, via the Brunette Avenue interchange, and Burnaby, via the Cariboo Road and Canada Way interchanges, and provides access to Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver via the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal and to the other communities of the Fraser Valley.
The Queensborough Bridge (part of Highway 91A) connects the city to Queensborough, Richmond, and Delta. The Pattullo Bridge connects the city with Surrey. The Derwent Way Bridge connects Queensborough with Annacis Island of Delta.
Public transportation is provided by TransLink. Aside from a number of bus routes around the city, there are a few SkyTrain stations:
22nd Street Station (Expo Line)
New Westminster Station (Expo Line)
Columbia Station (Expo Line)
Sapperton Station (Expo Line)
Braid Station (Expo Line)
The city has four non-passenger railways: CN (Canadian National Railway), CP (Canadian Pacific Railway), BNSF (Burlington Northern and Santa Fe), and the SRY (Southern Railway of British Columbia).
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