September 2021

5 Common Home Selling Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on Sep 21, 2021

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Burnaby mountain housing market prices soften but too early to tell if a trend

Posted on Sep 09, 2021

For the first time in 11 months the HPI price index for properties on SFU has softened.

The price index has been risng since September 2020 as home sales have struggled to keep up with demand and have outpaced housing supply.

Its' still to early to tell if this is temporary summer blip in the rising trend but it may indicate the beginning of a cooli...

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Fairview prices soften in August but low inventory a challenge for buyers

Posted on Sep 08, 2021

Fairview has been one of Vancouver's hottest real estate markets in the last year but appears to be cooling. How do we know? In August inventory, sales, and the HPI price index all dipped when compared to July. It's till too early to know if this is a temporary trend and some price ranges remain very competitive for buyers despite the overall trend...

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Downtown condo sales rise again as inventory dips further in August

Posted on Sep 07, 2021

In August the downtown Vancouver condo and townhouse market saw inventory decrease for the second consecutive month, sales rise for the second consecutive month, and price's rise again after July's decrease.

The most active part of the downtown market was for homes between $500K to $600K, and the weakest for homes between $3M to $3.5M.

Historically t...

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Townhomes sales continue to dominate the SFU market in August

Posted on Sep 04, 2021

In August the Burnaby Mountain/ SFU housing market saw inventory decrease, while sales and prices increased compared to July.

Properties with 3 bedrooms, especially townhomes in the neighbourhood, remain the most sought after and are selling in the shortest time. These homes have been limited in supply so typically go into bidding wars and sell wel...

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Kitsilano condo inventory continues to decrease as prices and sales rise

Posted on Sep 04, 2021

In August Kitsilano condo and townhome inventory continued its downward trend when compared to July, while sales and prices increased. This is third month that inventory has decreased in Kitsilano for these home types and low supply is now impacting the whole region.
Sales on the other hand across Metro Vancouver remain well above the 10 year averag...

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