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Fraser Valley Sees Worst Year For Home Sales In A Decade

Both home sales and listings hit 10-year lows, but housing prices still finished the year higher than they were in 2022.

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Home Sales In Metro Vancouver Dropped By 10% In 2023

​In 2023, the Greater Vancouver region recorded a total of 26,249 home sales, after seeing 29,261 in 2022.

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GTA “On The Cusp Of A Balanced Market” As New Home Sales Slow

"Slower sales today will lead to slower housing starts in the immediate future, which will hamper new supply coming to market,” BILD's Justin Sherwood warned.

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Homebuyers Have More Choice As Sales And Prices Continue To Fall in GTA

High borrowing costs, uncertain economic conditions, and a general lack of affordability have strangled home sales this year, pushing many would-be buyers to wait on the sidelines until purchasing makes more financial sense.

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Metro Vancouver Housing Market Slowdown Giving Buyers Options

Those looking to buy in Metro Vancouver currently have more options than what buyers have been used to over the past few years, says REBGV.

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Builders "Pessimistic" About Selling Conditions As New Home Prices Continue Annual Decline

The New Housing Price Index was unchanged from September to October, but dropped on an annual basis as high interest rates continued to weigh on the market.

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Home Sales And Prices Continue To Trend Down In The Fraser Valley

​Buyers and sellers are both putting their decisions on hold as a result of elevated interest rates, says the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board.

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Where Have All The Character Homes Gone? Vancouver Policies Encourage Teardowns, Experts Say

Beautiful character homes, like the one at 3019 Point Grey Road that was rumoured to have caught the eye of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are being demolished in favour of bigger builds — and City policy seems to incentivize it.

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Luxury Single-Family Home Sales Surged This Summer, But Buyers Bow Out Of Condo Living

"It’s been a very strange market ever since the start of COVID," Don Kottick, President and CEO of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada, told STOREYS. "Consumer demand is changing [....] It's value for money and buyers are going back to single-family."