The home where deceased Port Moody resident Trina Hunt lived for over 14 years has been listed for sale.
It's described as being "situated on a beautifully landscaped lot with its own private forest views in picturesque Heritage Woods, this signature three-level home has been uplifted with luxury upgrades throughout, making it the perfect Westcoast family home."
However, as of this morning (Oct. 20), since the property was listed, real estate agent Stella Price has come under heavy scrutiny on the Rate My Agent website.
Multiple commentators are expressing outrage at the sale of the home as Hunt's homicide has not been resolved.
The listing comes after relatives and supporters of Hunt criticized the potential real estate sale, after a Vancouver real estate agent, Erin Price Emery, posted a preview of the listing on social media Monday (Oct. 17).
The Facebook post was removed after several angry comments and a website was set up to alert potential buyers of the real estate sale.
In her post on social media, Price Emery announced that a home at 38 Hawthorn Dr., would soon be listed.
No price was mentioned, but the home was described as having five bedrooms, four bathrooms and more than 3,000 square feet.
A walk-through 4K video of the home is available on Vimeo and was created for Stella Price, according to the description.
The Tri-City News has reached out to Price Emery to determine whether the house will still be listed and if she knew it was Hunt's former home.
According to Hunt's cousin-in-law, Stephanie Ibbott, the deceased woman had lived in the house since 2006.
Meanwhile a Facebook group called the Murder of Trina Hunt Discussion Group, with more than 5,000 members, has raised concerns about the listing.
A screen grab showing the potential listing drew more than 100 comments in a couple of hours, with comments both in support of and against the realtor.
"Can you honestly understand someone who would want to buy this house! Disgusting," wrote one poster.
"So sad for her poor family," said another comment in support of Trina Hunt's family.
A website alerting potential buyers about the home and address was set up this morning. The Tri-City News is not publishing the website because of some comments on the site.
The home has some notoriety in the suburban neighbourhood after it was behind police tape in two separate instances, including on June 6, 2022, as part of what Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) called the "investigative process."
No charges have been laid in the case.
Hunt was last seen on Jan. 18, 2021.
Her remains were found near Hope, B.C., in March 2021, and a $50,000 reward has been established for information leading to solving her death.