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Jericho Investments Empowering clients with knowledge to make informed decisions about their home purchase or sale. A growing number of people are relocating to, and buying real estate in the Comox Valley. Here they find and enjoy an idyllic combination of stunning nature, temperate climate and tranquil Island lifestyle. There are many different homes for sale in the Courtenay real estate, Comox real estate and Crown Isle real estate market areas.

Waterfront homes and oceanfront homes are also a popular option. Choose Brett Cairns: RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty in Comox as your real estate agency realtor, to sell your home and buy your next home in the Comox Valley. For higher end homes in the Comox Valley please visit our luxury real estate site for Crown Isle luxury real estate. Visit Brett Cairns: RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty in Comox, 282 Anderton Rd, Comox BC V9M 1Y2.

We are centrally located in the Comox Valley in downtown Comox. From the Comox Valley Airport (YQQ) head west toward Knight Rd. Turn right onto Knight Rd.
Highlights

read more › Brett Cairns has never been the type of guy who likes to sit back and wait for opportunities to come his way. He is an active individual with a "go getter" mentality that has enabled him to succeed in leadership roles and other endeavors throughout his life. From high-profile multinational operations, projects and business deals to action sports as well as building cars and woodworking. Brett's focus, hard work and determination have been the cornerstones of his success. Brett Cairns is an award-winning Comox Valley real estate expert who specializes in Comox, Courtenay and Crown Isle.

read more › The Comox Valley is a regional district of British Columbia that was administratively formed in 2008 to provide regional services to its current populations of 66,527 residents. The Comox Valley comprises the communities of the City of Courtenay, the Town of Comox, and the villages of Cumberland, CFB Comox, Royston, Union Bay, Fanny Bay, Merville, and Black Creek. The median family income in 2013 was reported at $72,600 (compared to a BC average of $74,150) and the crime rate per 100,000 recorded in 2015 was 7,374 (compared to a BC average of 8,799).

read more › Cumberland BC is currently home to about 3753 people according to the 2016 census and it is located approximately 6 miles West of Courtenay and about 1 mile West of the highway 19. Comox Lake is located about 2 miles West of Cumberland. Mount Washington ski resort is 19 miles West of Cumberland while Strathcona Provincial Park lies further West. The village is nestled in the foothills of the Beaufort Mountain Range and near Comox Lake, a large glacier-fed, dammed lake accessed via Comox Lake road.

read more › Fanny Bay was originally affiliated with logging operations and some of the old camp buildings and remains of the wharfs and pilings can be seen as part of the scenic views of Baynes Sound. While the name Fanny Bay appeared in documents in the late 1800s, it was not officially adopted by the government until 1923. There is a lack of consensus on its origin. The Fanny Bay real estate market is currently home to about 800 people and renowned for its farmed oysters and the Fanny Bay Inn. This Hamlet is located just north of Rosewall Creek Provincial Park.

read more › The Hamlet of Merville is located in the northern part of the Comox Valley. It was named after Canada's First World War field headquarters in France. After the war, the government offered land grants to soldiers who relocated with their families to this unincorporated community and mainly agricultural area. Merville is located a short 10-15 minute drive north of Courtenay. If you are looking for a rural Comox Valley home, whether it be a country plantation or a farm, the Merville area may be for you.

read more › Comox Real estate was first purchased when Joseph Rodello bought some of the first lots on either side of the wharf on which to build a store and in 1877, the Elk Hotel. The wharf became the centre of the community and the town began to grow. Comox generally represents about 20% of the overall single-family homes sales in the Comox Valley on an annual basis. In 2019, the average Comox single-family home sold for about $576,000. A total of 158 homes were sold and the sell-to-list ratio was about 75%.

read more › The oceanfront - waterfront real estate market in the Comox Valley is reasonable cyclical when it comes to prices. However, this is not the case with selection. Most of the prime oceanfront properties have been developed. Very few undeveloped properties remain. It has become increasingly common for home buyers to choose the location that best serves their needs and to either renovate or replace the home on the property. Oceanfront homes in the Comox Valley can be walk-on oceanfront, low-bank oceanfront and high-bank oceanfront.

read more › The Brett Cairns: RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty in Comox office hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and Sat 9am to 4pm are routine hours. When Brett is chasing down information for clients or working on a real estate transaction his hours will be extended. At times, he will be fully engaged in negotiations on offers until the offer is agreed and accepted. Clients are the foundation of Brett's business and they keep him in business so they have top priority. Current clients will always have top priority with me.

read more › As a buyer why spend a lot of time searching the internet for your new home when you can ask Brett to do most of the searching and heavy lifting for you? Brett supplies all of his clients with a premium search service that will send you all of the real estate listings in the Comox Valley region based on search criteria that you establish. You will also get all new listings automatically emailed to you so that you do not miss anything that comes on the market. The database that Brett uses is the largest listing provider in North America.

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