Kitty van der Meer, REALTOR  604-760-5392  kvandermeer@sutton.com

    Sutton Group -Sutton WestCoast Realty - #102 - 403 North Road, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3V9

    Kitty van der Meer is not affiliated with developers and is not liable for any errors and omissions. Not intended to cause or induce a breach of an existing agency relationship. Kitty van der Meer's intention is to help you find the right home and to give you unbiased advise about your home purchase. 

    The information on this website is from a variety of sources which may include the developers website, advertisements, sales centre, MLS or other sources and is not guaranteed and is subject to change. You are advised to read the Developers Contract and Property Disclosure Statement carefully and have your lawyer review it.  

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      April 15, 2019

       

       

      Vancouver, BC – April 15, 2019. The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that a total of 5,707 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in March, a decline of 23 per cent from the same month last year. The average MLS® residential price in the province was $687,720, a decline of 5.4 per cent from March 2018. Total sales dollar volume was $3.9 billion, a 27.1 per cent decline from the same month last year.

       

      “BC home sales continue to be adversely impacted by federal mortgage policy,” said BCREA Chief Economist Cameron Muir. “The erosion of affordability caused by the B20 stress test has created near recession level housing demand despite the province boasting the lowest unemployment rates in a decade.”

       

      “The sharp erosion of affordability caused by the B20 stress test is now creating pent-up demand, as many would-be home buyers are forced to wait on the sidelines,” added Muir. “Unfortunately, new home construction is slowing as well, which will likely lead to another housing supply crunch down the road.”

       

      Total MLS® residential active listings increased 36.2 per cent to 34,295 units compared to the same month last year. The ratio of sales to active residential listings declined from 29.4 per cent to 16.6 per cent over the same period.

       

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