Your Home Search Made Easy

You’ve decided to start looking at real estate in Victoria, now where do you start?

Whether you are purchasing your first home, upsizing or downsizing, moving to Victoria or looking at investment properties, searching for the perfect home can be a daunting process. That’s where Brad Hall comes in. With complete knowledge of the Victoria Real Estate Market and years of experience, utilize Brad as a valuable resource in your Victoria home search.
Most potential real estate buyers start their search online. They start dreaming and coming up with a wish list of what they would like in their new home and potential neighbourhoods they may wish to live in. If this is you, this is the right time to connect with a REALTOR®.

Real Estate Purchasing Process

One of the most-asked questions is the process of purchasing a home. Brad is with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth real estate transaction.

  • 1.

    Make the decision to purchase

  • 2.

    Contact Brad Hall

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    Get pre-qualified for a mortgage

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    Brainstorm your wish list and favoured neighbourhoods

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    Brad Hall will start researching properties for sale that match your criteria and begin taking you on home tours

  • 6.

    Make an offer

  • 7.

    Complete inspections, financing and closing terms

  • 8.

    Move in and enjoy your new home

Find your new home in Victoria with Brad Hall

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Current Real Estate Stats

Monthly Stats PDF 2018 Stats

Canada new home prices dropped 0.1% in May of 2019, following three consecutive months of no change and against market expectations of a 0.1 percent rise. The largest declines of new home prices were in Saskatoon (-0.5%) and Victoria (-0.4%), amid deteriorating market conditions. Additionally, new home prices were also down in Edmonton, Kelowna, Toronto and Vancouver (each down 0.3%). In contrast, Charlottetown (+1.0%) had the largest price increase, with the rise attributed to higher construction costs. Year-on-year, new home prices were flat in May, after a 0.1 percent gain in the previous month. Housing Index in Canada averaged 67.27 Index Points from 1981 until 2019, reaching an all time high of 103.30 Index Points in November of 2017 and a record low of 37.70 Index Points in May of 1983.

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One of the most-asked questions is the process of purchasing a home. Brad is with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth real estate transaction.

Get started with Brad today!