The Lower Mainland Real Estate Market Reports, Forecasts and Trends
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Vancouver Area Aug 4 2017 (2 week update)
Current: Vancouver area Real Estate Market ranges from a Sellers Market to a Buyers Market with average of 13.2 %SOLD rate. See each city for the full details.
July's Real Estate Statistics show our Markets have NORMLIZED with 52% of Vancouver's Detached Markets increasing values this month. Gone of the Exhausting Highly Emotional Charged Markets that we have seen in the last few years. Overall, Single Family Homes in Metro Vancouver experienced an Average Monthly Price Increase of just $7,343, which is a small decrease over the $8,046 increase that we saw in June. Average Increase in Fraser Valley Markets has also normalized with a $6,045 monthly increase. Single Family Homes in the Fraser Valley experienced an Average Monthly Price Increase of $6,045, which is a major decrease over the $19,160 increase that we saw in June. Last year our Single Family Markets peaked in June/July and this year we are forecasting the end of the Sellers Market across most Detached Markets.
Currently 88% of the Attached Markets are increasing at a fast pace in Greater Vancouver (51 of 58 Markets). We continue to analyze and provide 97 individual City's Home Price Indexes to supply you the MOST ACCURATE Market Trends every 2 weeks. Please contact us for your own Market Value Update with an in depth Analysis and Forecast in your Local Market Area and more specifically - Your Neighbourhood.
Fraser Valley & Chilliwack Aug 4 2017 (2 week update)
Current: Fraser Valley and the Chilliwack areas over all are in a Sellers Market averaging a 25.1 %SOLD rate. See each city link for the full details
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Trying to do the math? STR Lesson MTI Lesson
Now do compare the %SOLD rates to last year below! Archive
Now do compare the %SOLD rates to the year 2015
Now do compare the %SOLD rates to the year 2014
Now do compare the %SOLD rates to the year 2013
Now do compare the %SOLD rates to the year 2012
Now do compare the %SOLD rates to the year 2011
Trying to do the math? STR Lesson MTI Lesson AAA
Now do compare the %SOLD and the MTI rates to last year!
Now do compare the %SOLD and the MTI rates to the year 2015
Now do compare the %SOLD and the MTI rates to the year 2014
Now do compare the %SOLD and the MTI rates to the year 2013
Now do compare the %SOLD and the MTI rates to the year 2012
Now do compare the %SOLD and the MTI rates to the year 2011
Archives: Dec 2011
Real Estate Market Conditions for the Vancouver Area
|In the Vancouver area for the Month of July 2017, 16% of the Single Family Home Sold Listings reduced their List Price by the Average of $121,704. This compares to the June 2017, when 13% reduced their List Price by the Average of $93,705.
( Note: the other Two Week Reports ( STR and MTI ) will be more accurate market indicators than this monthly report after the middle of each month.)
Real Estate Market Conditions for the Fraser Valley and Chilliwack Area
In the Fraser Valley-Chilliwack area, for the Month of July 2017, 13% of the Single Family Home Sold Listings reduced their List Price by the average of $47,975 . This compares to the June 2017 when 10% reduced their List Price by the average of $41,847.
Did Vancouver Real Estate Really go up 6.6% in the last year?
True or False?
Year to Date Real Estate Price Changes
Single Family Homes Top 50% See all Markets
Here on the first Graph the Year to Date Price Changes for the Top 50% Single Family Housing Market comparing all cities in the Greater Vancouver areas is up an AVERAGE of near 4%.
Do note that in West Surrey and a few other cities prices are actually DOWN!
So the Realities are that Prices in a few cities actually went up over 6.6%.
Now compare this to the Condo Markets (Lower 50%) See all Markets
Yes the Lower 50% of the Condo Market actually went Down on Average.
Do notice that only a few cities even beat our expected 2% Canada Consumer Annual Inflation Rate.
Are Condos a good investment? When will they go up?
Low End Condos attract very little foreign investment. This Market is considered mostly a Job Driven Market!
The Condo market will recover and increase when Demand Increases eg: when we have stronger employment with good paying jobs. More Tim Horton jobs will not create many more home buyers.
The Condo Market is so easy to Over Supply with the many new high rises currently being developed this year. Single Family Lots ...in other words "DIRT" will continue to be the the one true investment that can rarely be over supplied.
Now compare this to the 2 Year Market Changes