Home buyer demand depends on property type


 Attached and apartment homes are in demand across Metro Vancouver* while detached home buyers are facing less competition today.

Steady sales and diminished listings characterize 2017 for the Metro Vancouver housing market


After reaching record levels in 2015 and 2016, Metro Vancouver home sales returned to more historically normal levels in 2017. Home listings, on the other hand, came in several thousand units below typical activity.

Sales down, values up in Lower Mainland commercial real estate


Commercial real estate sales in the Lower Mainland have edged down from last year’s record highs while dollar values continued to rise in the third quarter (Q3) of 2017.

REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive provides warmth to 36,000 people in need this winter


More than 36,000 Lower Mainland residents will receive blankets and warm clothing this winter thanks to donations collected during the 23rd annual REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive.

Metro Vancouver continues to experience above-average demand and below-average supply


Metro Vancouver* saw modest home listing changes and steady demand in November.

Donations needed: REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive starts Tuesday


From November 14 to 21, REALTORS® across the region will collect donations of blankets, sleeping bags, warm winter clothing for those most in need.

October sales exceed historical average


Metro Vancouver* home sales exceeded typical historical levels in October with the majority concentrated in the townhouse and apartment markets.

REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive begins November 14


The 23rd annual REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive kicks off November 14. It’s the largest and longest running blanket drive in the Lower Mainland. 

Home buyer demand continues to differ based on housing type


Apartment and townhome activity is outpacing the detached home market across Metro Vancouver*. This activity helped push total residential sales above the historical average in September.

Condominium sales drive August activity


Competition for condominiums and townhomes pushed Metro Vancouver* home sales above typical levels in August.

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