Category Archives: data

No days with over 200 sales in 2 months

Can it be? Have we gone two month in the spring selling season without a single day hitting over 200 properties sold?

Myraandrews has gone through Paul’s numbers and it looks like that’s the case:

In over two months not a single day of over 200 sales

May 10 New 229 Sold 126 TI 10957
May 9 New 309 Sold 172 TI 10914
May 8 New 318 Sold 117 TI 10835
May 7 New 389 Sold 131 TI 10697

May 4 New 191 Sold 110 TI 10540
May 3 New 213 Sold 103 TI 10503
May 2 New 268 Sold 146 TI 10481
May 1 New 363 Sold 134 TI 10420
Apr 30 New 375 Sold 163 TI 10459

April 27 New 147 Sold 89 TI 10347
April 26 New 208 Sold 161 TI 10,332
April 25 New 239 Sold 123 TI 10,345
April 24 New 323 Sold 136 TI 10,299
April 23 New 385 Sold 145 TI 10,180

April 20 no post from Paul
April 19 New 211 Sold 133 TI 10,006
April 18 New 266 Sold 128 TI 9989
April 17 New 297 Sold 120 TI 9898
April 16 New 377 Sold 191 TI 9799

April 13 New 152 Sold 137 TI 9727
April 12 New 199 Sold 112 TI 9748
April 11 New 248 Sold 101 TI 9709
April 10 no post from Paul
April 9 New 382 Sold 117 TI 9450

April 6 no post from Paul
April 5 New 268 Sold 164 TI 9264
April 4 New 324 Sold 154 TI 9204
April 3 New 538 Sold 131 TI 9104

Mar 26-29 New 793 Sold 455 TI: 9032 (summary only)

March 23 New 123 Sold 110 TI: 8916
March 22 New 139 Sold 107 TI: 8944
March 21 New 193 Sold 138 TI: 8948
March 20 New 279 Sold 142 TI: 8931
March 19 New 307 Sold 120 TI: 8862

March 16 New 158 Sold 117 TI: 8743
March 15 New 154 Sold 127 TI: 8737
March 14 New 231 Sold 140 TI: 8749
March 13 New 277 Sold 159 TI: 8688
March 12 New 327 Sold 139 TI: 8642

March 9 New 139 Sold 91 TI: 8510
March 8 New 196 Sold 118 TI: 8496
March 7 New 204 Sold 99 TI: 8442
March 6 New 246 Sold 130 TI: 8372
March 5 New 316 Sold 104 TI: 8344

Social housing for Richmond

Did you know that Richmond BC matches the downtown Eastside for one of the poorest neighborhoods in Canada? Shared by hyper-mega-bull:

Sign the petition to build modular housing in RICHMOND, one of canada’s poorest neighbourhoods.

https://www.change.org/p/malcolmbrodie-let-s-get-housingjusticermd-for-richmond-s-modular-housing-loveoverfear?utm_medium=email&utm_source=petition_signer_receipt&utm_campaign=triggered&share_context=signature_receipt&recruiter=292398037

Richmond, Downtown Eastside have similar levels of low-income, working-aged people: study
https://globalnews.ca/news/3773729/richmond-incomes-downtown-eastside/

and the neighbourhood that this housing is going into is literally the poorest in richmond.

SIGN THE PETITION. GET MUCH NEEDED HOUSING RELIEF TO CANADA’S POOREST NEIGHBOURHOOD!

DO IT NOW!

Toronto prices drop 12% as sales plunge

Toronto is becoming a better and better investment as prices fall, you just need to buy when they’ve stopped falling. Right now they’re seeing quite a price drop.

Re-sale home prices in the Toronto region dropped 12.4 per cent, or about $110,000, year over year in February.

The average price fell to $767,818, from $875,983 for all housing categories, including detached, semi-detached, town homes and condos.

The number of sales also plunged nearly 35 per cent last month compared to Feburary 2017 — to 5,175 transactions from last year’s record 7,955, according to the latest statistics from the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) on Tuesday.

Read the full article here.

Fraser valley boom

You know Vancouver is hot, but did you know that house prove gains in the Fraser valley are outpacing Vancouver? Southseacompany points out this CBC article with the details.

“The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation says demand for less expensive condominiums and apartments in North Delta, Surrey and Langley has inflated prices at a sharper rate than in Vancouver.”

“”Those municipalities have some of the most affordable units in the region, particularly for condos,” he (Eric Bond, a regional analyst with CMHC) said. “For first-time buyers, given the price increases we’ve seen in the rest of the region, often those units are what’s most interesting to them.”

Read the full article here.