The third quarter of 2014 was the least active of the year so far in the Lower Mainland’s commercial real estate market.
Home buyers in Metro Vancouver remained active in November, a month that is traditionally a quieter time of year for real estate.
Home sales in the Metro Vancouver* housing market continue to outpace long-term averages for this time of year.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the largest and longest running blanket drive in the Lower Mainland.
Home buyers were active in Metro Vancouver last month, with home sales well exceeding the 10-year average for September.
An increase in the number of land sales in the Lower Mainland helped nudge commercial real estate sales for the first half of the year above 2013 totals, according to data from Commercial Edge, a commercial real estate system operated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).
The Metro Vancouver housing market experienced steady home sale, listing, and pricing trends for the month of August.
The Greater Vancouver housing market continues to see slightly elevated demand from home buyers, steady levels of supply from home sellers and incremental gains in home values depending on the area and property type.
The Greater Vancouver housing market enters the summer season with home buyer activity on the rise.
An upswing in vacant land transactions helped the commercial real market maintain a steady pace in line with historical activity in the Lower Mainland, according to data from Commercial Edge, a commercial real estate system operated by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).