Current Statistics

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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board: Click here for the June 2019 Statistics Package
Excerpt:
"Darin Germyn, President of the Board, commented, “The Fraser Valley market is still adjusting to the federal government’s new mortgage requirements and to the provincial government’s speculation and vacancy taxes. We’re seeing historically low levels for home purchases in our region, and at the same time, we’re seeing some prospective sellers holding back on listing their homes; waiting to see what the market will do.   “This has created a great opportunity for buyers in the Fraser Valley. Inventory overall is growing; prices of benchmark, or typical homes, have decreased 6 to 10 per cent over the past year and interest rates are still holding firm.”


Fraser Valley Real Estate Board: Click here for the May 2019 Statistics Package
Excerpt: 
"Darin Germyn, President of the Board, said of the market: “Buyers are recognizing that in the last three months, home prices have stopped declining and that in order to take advantage of the improvement in prices over the past year, now is a great time to consider making the purchase they held off on in the previous months. “We’re seeing buyers who have been waiting on the sidelines, act, because of better price opportunities and more selection. It’s been four years since buyers had this much choice in the Fraser Valley.”  


Fraser Valley Real Estate Board: Click here for the April 2019 Statistics Package
Excerpt:
"Darin Germyn, President of the Board, said of the market: “Consumers may not have the purchasing power that they did prior to January 2018, but the desire for home ownership is still there and we’re seeing that reflected in our MLS® data.     “Detached homes under one million dollars and attached homes – ranging from $400,000 to $700,000 – continue to attract buyers in the Fraser Valley. Townhome sales in Abbotsford increased by almost 60 per cent compared to March and were on par with last year’s April sales.”


Fraser Valley Real Estate Board: Click here for the March 2019 Statistics Package
Excerpt:
“One of the reasons our market has remained stable is simply due to affordability. Although prices have increased dramatically over the last ten years, during the last twelve months we've seen prices for all major residential property types in the Fraser Valley decrease between four and five per cent. This is good news for buyers,” continued Darin Germyn, President of the Board


Fraser Valley Real Estate Board: Click here for the February 2019 Statistics Package
Excerpt: 
 Coming off a mild January, the Fraser Valley real estate market saw an increase in sales activity and overall inventory in February along with decreased prices in several of its communities

Fraser Valley Real Estate Board:  Click here for the January 2019 Statistics Package
Excerpt: 
For the Fraser Valley region, the average number of days to sell an apartment in January was 45, and 44 for townhomes. Single family detached homes remained on the market for an average of 55 days before selling


Want more details, news releases and information - check out these links below: 

CREA:  Fraser Valley Monthly Stats
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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board News
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BC Real Estate Association
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CMHC Housing Market Outlook
News Releases and Report Calendar    Click here