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Archive for the ‘Monthly Stats’ Category


October Stats Press Release

The October stats press release is out. It is re-printed below, followed by my comments. Metro Vancouver home sales above average in October Home sales in the Metro Vancouver* housing market continue to outpace long-term averages for this time of year. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in […]

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November Real Estate Statistics Press Release from the REBGV

The REBGV’s November real estate statistics release is out. It is quoted below, followed by my comments: Steady trends continue in the Greater Vancouver housing market Consistent home sale and listing activity has allowed balanced market conditions to prevail in the Greater Vancouver housing market for most of 2013. The Real Estate Board of Greater […]

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October Stats Release from the REBGV

The stats release is re-printed below, followed by my comments. November 4, 2013 Balanced conditions continue in the Greater Vancouver housing market Home buyer and seller activity continues to mirror historical averages in the Greater Vancouver housing market. These trends have helped keep the region in a balanced state for the last nine months. The […]

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REBGV Stats Release for September 2013

The August REBGV Stats release is out. I’ve pasted it below, followed by my comments. Sale and listing activity continues to follow historical averages Home buyer and seller activity in the Greater Vancouver housing market continues to far outpace 2012, yet is in line with the region’s 10-year averages. The Real Estate Board of Greater […]

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REBGV Stats Release – Vancouver Real Estate Statistics for March 2013

The monthly stats release for the REBGV has been released, documenting Vancouver real estate statistics for March, 2013. The press release is below, and my comments follow. Home sale activity improves but remains below historical averages Lower levels of both supply and demand in recent months are holding home prices in check in the Greater […]

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November Real Estate Stats Release From the REBGV

The real estate stats package from the REBGV is out. It is copied below for your reading pleasure. My commentary follows the release. Greater Vancouver residential property sale and listing activity below 10-year averages in November Over the past six months, the Greater Vancouver housing market has seen a reduction in the number of homes […]

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REBGV Stats Release

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver has released the October stats package to the media. Before talking about what it means you can read it for yourself: Housing market sees slight changes in October Vancouver, B.C. – November 2, 2012 – The Greater Vancouver housing market saw a slight increase in the number of […]

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REBGV Monthly Press Release – Inventory Beats 2010, Still Below 2008 Levels

REBGV Monthly Press Release The REBGV Monthly Stats release came out this morning. It is re-printed below. For sellers the news is grim, at least on the surface. Sales are at a 12 year low. However, digging a bit deeper we can see that prices have remained more or less stable, even if inventory has […]

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Monthly Stats Update from the REBGV

The REBGV press release is out. Inventory is up, sales are down. All in all I think it’s a pretty positive spin on what is clearly a flat/declining price environment. As I’ve mentioned in the past, I don’t think we can characterize our local market as balanced just because price gains have ceased. Balance implies […]

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REBGV Monthly Stats Release

We’ve had some time to digest the monthly stats release. There was nothing surprising: Greater Vancouver housing market maintains a steady spring pace VANCOUVER, B.C. – May 2, 2012 – Home sale and listing activity has maintained a consistent pace on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in Greater Vancouver in recent months, which has helped […]

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