Statistics

Market Statistics - July 2020

Posted on Aug 04, 2020 in Statistics

 


July 2020 continued on the same trend as the previous month as the pent-up buying and selling demand continued and accelerated the strong market activity. We have noticed a slight decrease in activity over the month of August over the previous weeks. It is probably due to many people taking advantage of the last weeks of summer to go out of town or...

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Market Statistics - June 2020

Posted on Jul 03, 2020 in Statistics

 


2020 is certainly the year of surprises. As a wise man said who was asked what his New Year's Resolution is for this year: "To survive 2020."

The cork finally popped which was holding back all the pent-up buying demand in the market. As usual, though, the best prepared and best-priced properties are being sold in multiple offers, much as we have se...

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Market Statistics - May 2020

Posted on Jun 03, 2020 in Statistics

 


The month of May brought considerably more activity compared to a justifiably quiet April. Because of the sparse selection, the smaller number of buyers in the marketplace were still competing over the best listings which helped to keep the prices high.

During the pandemic, sellers had the difficult choice of whether they wanted to open their doors...

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Market Statistics - April 2020

Posted on May 04, 2020 in Statistics


Our apologies for missing last month's statistics. You can find the infographics for March at the bottom of this email.

The change in the market was notable after the first week of March when the steady home buyer demand started to level off over the concerns about COVID-19. Now, with another month behind us, there is no surprise that with the COVID...

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Market Statistics - March 2020

Posted on Apr 03, 2020 in Statistics

Sorry, missed this month! See the update next month.

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Market Statistics - February 2020

Posted on Mar 15, 2020 in Statistics

 

There has been a lot going on in world news and the local real estate market. It's a lot to take in for the average Lower Mainlander and I think we are all still struggling with the effect it will have on our health, our extended families and friends, our livelihoods, our investments, and the overall economy.

Hopefully, everyone is stocked up with a...

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