Another month has come and gone which means we have more monthly statistics to bring you! Looking at the residential property sales, October saw a total of 2,233 units sold which is a 38.8% decrease compared to October 2015 and a 0.9% decrease compared to September 2016. Sales last month were 15% below the 10-year October sales average.

“Changing market conditions compounded by a series of government interventions this year have put home buyers and sellers in a holding pattern,” Dan Morrison, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) president said. “Potential buyers and sellers are taking a wait-and-see approach to try and better understand what these changes mean for them.”

New listings for Metro Vancouver detached, attached and apartment properties saw a decrease of 3.5% compared to October 2015 (from 4,126 down to 3,981 units) and a decrease of 17% from last month's 4,799 listed properties. There was a 4.5% decrease in total number of current properties in Metro Vancouver listed for sale on MLS® compared to October 2015 (from 9,569 to 9,143) and a 2.3% decrease from last month's 9,354 units.

“While sales are down across the different property types, it’s the detached market that’s seen the largest reduction in home buyer demand in recent months,” Morrison said. “It’s important to work with your local REALTOR® to help you navigate today’s changing trends.”

The MLS® Home Price Index composite benchmark price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver is currently $919,300. This represents a 24.8% increase compared to October 2015 and a 0.8% decline compared to September 2016.

Source: Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.

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Residential sales in the Metro Vancouver area has seen a decrease of 32.6% in September 2016 compared to the same month last year (from 3,345 down to 2,253) and a decrease of 9.5% compared to August 2016. Sales from last month were 9.6% below the 10-year sales average for the month.  

“Supply and demand conditions differ today depending on property type,” Dan Morrison, REBGV president said. “We’re seeing more demand for condominiums and townhomes today than in the detached home market.”

There was a total of 4,799 new listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Metro Vancouver for September 2016 which is a 1% decrease from the 4,846 units listed in September 2015. On the other hand, it was an 11.8% increase compared to August 2016 (4,293 listings). Current homes listed for sale on MLS® in the Metro Vancouver area has seen a 13.4% decrease (9,354 listings) compared to September 2015 and a 10% increase (8,506 listings) compared to August 2016. The sales-to-active listings ratio has been the lowest since February 2015 with a ratio of 24.1%. 

“Changing market conditions are easing upward pressure on home prices in our region,” Morrison said. “There’s uncertainty in the market at the moment and home buyers and sellers are having difficulty establishing price as a result. To help you understand the factors affecting prices, it’s important to talk with a REALTOR®.”

The MLS® Home Price Index composite benchmark price for all residential properties in Metro Vancouver is currently $931,900. This represents a 28.9 per cent increase compared to September 2015 and a 0.1 per cent decline compared to August 2016. As for specific statistics on detached homes, apartments and townhouses from last month, you can refer to the image above. Detached property sales saw a decrease of 47.6% compared to September 2015 while their benchmark price increased by 33.7%. Sales for apartments saw a decrease of 20.3% and benchmark price increased by 23.5% in contrast to September 2015. Lastly, attached properties sales decreased by 32.2% and their benchmark price increased by 29.1% compared to September 2015.

For all your real estate needs, contact the WeSellVancouver team at info@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-801-6654. 

Source: Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver

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Vancouver has seen slower home sales in August but there has been an overall strong housing demand across most regions within BC. There were 8,945 residential units recorded by the  Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) last month which is an increase of 1.5% compared to the same month last year. As for the total sales dollar volume, it has seen a decrease of 6.7% compared to last year with a total of $5.1 Billion in sales. The average MLS® price has also seen a deline of 8.1% compared to the same month last year which brings it to $569,393. 

"The newly introduced 15 per cent foreign buyer tax combined with the 3 per cent property transfer tax on homes over $2 million brought in earlier this year, slowed demand at the top end of the market in Vancouver last month." - Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist.

"The decline in the average home price was due to a change in the composition and location of homes sold in the province," added Muir. "Fewer sales of high priced detached homes relative to all other homes sales in Vancouver as well as fewer Vancouver home sales relative to the rest of the province has caused the average price statistic to decline."

Year-to-date, the BC residential sales dollar increased to $61.6 Billion (39.1% increase) when compared to the same period in 2015. As for the unit sales, it has also increased to 86,206 units (22.1% increase) whereas the average MLS® residential price totaled $714,400 (13.9%). 2016 was off to a good start with record-breaking sales while July and August saw more historically normal activity.

The new foreign tax implemented appears to be a factor in the downward residential sales within the Metro Vancouver area. It has reduced foreign buyer activity within the residential market and has caused some uncertainty amongst local home buyers and sellers. It may be a little early to see the true impact of this new tax but in a few months time, we would be able to analyze foreign buyer data more closely. As September comes to an end, stay tuned in the next few weeks for stats on this month. For all your real estate needs, contact the WeSellVancouver team at info@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-801-6654.

Source: British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA)

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Up until the end of June, we've seen an ongoing trend of residential sales going through the roof. However, it's a different story for July! When comparing July 2016 residential property sales to July 2015 figures, we see a decrease of 18.9% (3,226 vs. 3,978 sales) and a decrease of 26.7% from last month. For the first half of the year, home sales have registered at over 4,000 units per month. July was the first time this year that home sales did not hit the 4,000 mark.

“After several months of record-breaking sales activity, home buyer demand returned to more historically normal levels in July,” Dan Morrison, REBGV president said. “Home sale activity showed some moderating signs in late June and this carried into July,” Morrison said. “We’ll wait and watch over the next few months to see if this marks the return of more normal market trends.”

In July 2016, new listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Metro Vancouver have seen an increase of 2.5% totalling 5,241 units in comparison to the same month last year and a 10.8 decrease in comparison to last month. There has been a 27.4% decline in total number of properties currently listed for sale on MLS® compared to July 2015 and a 6.9% increase compared to June 2016.

Take a look below at the comparables in the MLS® HPI Composite Benchmark Price from July 2015 to July 2016.

Click on the photo below to enlarge it for better viewing. For a more detailed look at the MLS® Sales Facts, click here.

For all your real estate needs, contact the WeSellVancouver team at info@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-801-6654.

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It's no surprise that the ongoing trend of housing demand outpacing supply has followed us into the month of May. Let's look back at April 2016 statistics to solidify our understanding of the housing market. 

There has been an increase of 30.3% residential unit sales when comparing April 2016 to April 2015 with a total of 12,969 units recorded. The total sales dollar volume was $9.64 Billion which is a 52.7% increase compared to the same period in time last year. Looking at the average MLS® residential price in BC of $743,640 shows a year-over-year increase of 17.2%. 

“Housing demand is exceptionally strong across the southern regions of the province,” said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. “Consumers appear to be particularly active in the Vancouver Island, the Fraser Valley and the Thompson/Okanagan regions.” “Strong employment growth is helping underpin consumer confidence,” added Muir. 

Despite what appears to be a period of higher than normal unemployment, there has been an additional 78,000 workers employed in BC in the first quarter of 2016 which is a 3.5% increase in comparison to the same period last year. Looking at the year-to-date statistics, the BC residential sales dollar volume is sitting at $31.2 Billion (64.3% increase), unit sales total 28,028 units (36.2% increase) and the average MLS® residential price is currently $761,860 (20.6% increase). Take a look below for a regional breakdown of MLS comparative data and the changes from April 2015 to April 2016. 

Source: British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA)

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Residential sales for the month of March 2016 set an all-time record with a total of 12,560 unit sales which is a 38% increase in comparison to March 2015. In respect to last month's sales, the dollar volume totalled $9.69 Billion which is a 66.9% increase from last year. The average MLS® residential price increased 20.2% year-over-year to $771,620.

"Housing demand has never been stronger in the province," said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. "Most large population centres of the province are now experiencing record levels of housing demand." "Strong employment growth, rising wages and a marked increase in net inter-provincial migration is fueling consumer confidence," added Muir.

Strong consumer demand has been a trend in 2016 with not enough homes on the market to supply that demand. Consequently, inventory of homes for sale is at decade-long lows in many regions within BC. Looking at year-to-date data, BC residential sales dollar volume totals $21.59 Billion which is a drastic jump of 70.1% in comparison to the same period last year. Unit sales increased by 39.2% to 28,028 units with an average MLS® residential price of $770,408 (22.2% increase).

If you're looking to buy or sell, we've got you covered. Contact Amalia Liapis at amalia@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively, at 604-618-7000.

Source: British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA)

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As we take a look at MLS® sales figures for February 2016, it is evident that there has been a substantial increase in residential unit sales in comparison to February 2015 numbers with a total increase of 44.7% (9,637 sales). There is a stark contrast in terms of total sales dollar volume from one year to the next with a total of $7.51 Billion which is a 76.4% increase. The average MLS® residential price in the province was up 21.9 per cent year-over-year, to $779,419.

"Housing demand is now at a break-neck pace," said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. "Home sales last month were not only a record for the month of February, but on a seasonally adjusted basis, demand has never been stronger in the province."

"Downward pressure on active listings has created significant upward pressure on home prices in some regions, particularly in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley," added Muir. "While home builders have responded with a record pace of housing starts for BC last month, the supply isn't expected alleviate the imbalance in these markets in the near term."

Looking at year-to-date data, residential sales dollar volume for BC has increased 73.6% to $11.9 Billion in contrast to the same period in 2015 whereas unit sales increased 40.1% to 15,468 units. At the rate this is going, it is no wonder why the intense housing demand is causing a shortage of supply. For all your real estate needs, contact Amalia Liapis at amalia@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively, at 604-618-7000.

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Want a way to measure home price trends in a chosen area? MLS has designed a tool that does just that. The MLS Home Price Index (HPI) allows users to measure home price trends in the Greater Vancouver region and other major markets in the country. The HPI follows a similar concept to the economic tool called the Consumer Price Index (CPI). With the HPI, it measures inflation or deflation as well as the change in the price of housing features. It "tracks price levels at a point in time relative to price levels in a base (reference) period for one- and two-storey single family homes, townhouse/row units and apartment units". 

The MLS HPI model is typically utilized to calculate Benchmark Prices. A "benchmark home" is one with similar attributes to those in the surrounding area in which it is located. Relative Benchmark Prices measure the percentage by which the Benchmark Price in a particular area and category is in relation to the overall market at any specific point in time.

The tools put out by MLS are there at your disposal and for your convenience. Check out their website here for all these handy tools. For all your real estate needs, contact Amalia Liapis at amalia@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively, at 604-618-7000.

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Just as predicted, the housing market in BC is off to a strong start with 5,831 recorded residential unit sales on MLS which is a 33.2% increase in relation to January 2015. Correlating to those sales was a total sales dollar volume of $4.39 Billion which is a 69.1% increase compared to January 2015. Looking at BC's average MLS residential price, there has been an increase of 26.9% year-over-year. Below you will find two charts with comparative data between January 2016 and January 2015 and their respective percentage changes.  

"The BC housing market continues to build on momentum from a very strong 2015. Heightened demand is being met with the lowest level of supply in a decade, resulting in increased pressure on prices in much of the province." -- BCREA Economist, Brendon Ogmundson 

Despite the strong housing demand, MLS residential sales are forecasted to see a slight 6.2% decline for 2016. Additional information for this year's projections can be found on our last blog here

For all your real estate needs, contact Amalia Liapis at amalia@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-618-7000.

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2015 was the strongest in the past few years with 102,517 MLS residential sales. Economists believe that this year will follow suit with strong consumer demand, however, with a slight 6.2% decline in sales bringing it under the 100k mark to a projected 96,100 units in 2016 and 98,000 units in 2017. A visual representation of BC's MLS Residential Sales are shown below starting from 2005 to 2017F. 

BC's relatively robust economy coupled with strong net interprovincial migration has subsequently led to the strong housing demand that we have been seeing. Residential sales over the next two years are projected to remain well above the ten-year average of 83,200 units. In addition to strong housing demand, the average MLS residential price in BC is forecasted at $677,200 (6.4% increase) in 2016 and a further 4.1% to $705,300 in 2017.

"The inventory of homes for sale is now at its lowest level in almost a decade," said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. "Fewer homes for sale and strong consumer demand are expected to push home prices higher in most BC regions this year and in 2017." 

In line with the strong housing demand and low inventory levels, new home construction activity is expected to be on the rise to combat the issues of not having enough inventory to supply the high demand. This issue is particularly present on the South Coast. 

For all your real estate needs, contact Amalia Liapis at amalia@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-618-7000.

Source: BCREA  Economics

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Christmas may be over but the season for giving isn't and we're feeling generous this year. We're giving you the wonderful opportunity to invest in a revitalization movement within Chinatown. Don't just be a spectator in this movement, actively participate in it. There are opportunities to invest in both commercial and residential units here at Sequel 138!

We only have 5 commercial units available at unbeatable prices. Want retail space with a downtown feel without the hefty price tag to match? Look no further. Sequel 138 is centrally located in the epicentre of Chinatown, Gastown, Railtown and Downtown Vancouver, making it convenient to access. This is an opportunity you do not want to miss out on. What better way to end off the year than with an investment that will add great value to your portfolio! 

For all your real estate needs, contact Amalia Liapis at amalia@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-618-7000.

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Looking for major developmental projects happening in the Lower Mainland? Look no further! The BC Major Projects Inventory (MPI) gives details on projects within BC with a capital cost value of $15M or $20M within the Lower Mainland area. Take a look below for a snapshot of some private and public sector construction projects.

 
 

For a more comprehensive look at the projects, click hereFor all your real estate needs, contact us at info@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-801-6654.

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Today's blog will look at the tax implications of constructing a laneway house. First things first, what IS a laneway house? It is a small detached residential infill house that typically fronts on the lane of a larger principal house and is generally located where the garage would normally go on a single-family lot. A laneway house can be built on any lot 32 feet or wider in any RS single family zone. Within Metro Vancouver, this type of housing unit is gaining popularity as it increases the value of one's home. However, a few things to note is that it could potentially affect the eligibility of claiming a Home Owner Grant, may result in higher property taxes and may affect the capital gains principal residence exemption for tax purposes.

The City of Vancouver sets out a step-by-step guide to help with the planning process which can be found here. Check out the guidelines here and the regulations here.  

Below you will find additional documents that may be of use:
» Laneway House Guidelines
» Laneway Housing Regulations
» City of Vancouver Checklist of Application Submission Requirements

Remember, it is advised to know the tax and legal implications of having a laneway house. Speak to a knowledged real estate agent or legal representative in regards to this matter. For all your real estate needs, contact us at info@wesellvancouver.ca or alternatively at 604-801-6654.

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Southeast Vancouver's River District, which encompasses Boundary Road, Marine Way, Kerr Street and the Fraser River, will be seeing major improvements in the way of residential developments. This riverfront community covering 120-acres is in the midst of seeing 1,250 homes underway with thousands more anticipated. There will be approximately 7,000 homes in this area which will be able to house up to 17,000 residents. Marine Way has already seen improvements earlier this year in terms of aesthetics such as shrubbery and in road improvements such as including new traffic signals.

RD2, our unofficial name for this development, is Vancouver's last waterfront community. According to Beau Jarvis, Wesgroup senior VP, "[t]his site was one of the largest, if not the largest, rezoning since the Expo lands". This project has been in the works for quite some time as "it took about 10 years to obtain the zoning and get an official development plan with the City of Vancouver while working with the community", stated Jarvis. Back in 2010, Polygon Homes bought approximately 15 acres of the site and expects to finish building another 156 pre-sold homes by the summer time. In addition, they are working on a development called "Rhythm" which is expected to break ground this spring.

The site's overall master developer, Wesgroup, has even more grandiose plans. Their near-term plans include the development of 700 homes in two towers - a mid-rise and one that is slated to be 18 storeys. Development permits have yet to be received, however, Jarvis expects "prior-to" letters from the City relatively soon. Upon receipt of the required documents, Wesgroup will then be able to launch its project and start with the marketing of this River District development project.

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Three former government sites are now equally owned by the Canada Lands Company (CLC) and three local First Nations following a $307M deal in a historic joint venture partnership. The three local First Nations, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, will develop the three sites as partners along with the CLC. As of late, there are no predetermined plans set out for the sites.  

The three former government sites are the following:
1 - Jericho Garrison Lands
     - Located in Vancouver's West Point Grey neighbourhood
    - Formerly owned by the Department of National Defence
   - 52 acres (21 hectares)
   - Value: $237 Million

2 - Heather Street Lands
     - Located on Heather Street between West 33 and West 37th Avenues
    - Former RCMP E Division Headquarters
    - 21 acres (8.5 hectares)
    - Value: $59.2 Million

3 - 4165 Marine Drive
     - 
Located near Burkehill Road in West Vancouver
    - Former Department of Fisheries and Oceans Property
    - 5 acres (2 hectares)
    - Value: $11 Million

There will be an extensive consultation this year between the City of Vancouver and the District of West Vancouver with plans being pre-approved by the local municipality. The usage of the land must comply with all local bylaws which include zoning, building codes and environmental regulations. Potential benefits coming from this is that the land will used for significant new residential and industrial development

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We looked at construction projects in the Downtown core in our previous blog. In today's blog, we'll be moving away from the Downtown core and looking at a few major office development projects in the suburbs.

 [1] Marine Gateway, located at Cambie and Marine Drive, is an upcoming PCI project designed to become one of Vancouver's newest suburban mixed-use complex.  With 820,000ft2 in residential condos, rental housing, office, retail and public space, this development project will create a neighbourhood booming with new tenants and with a wide array of shopping and services. This convenient location is easily accessible to two major transit hubs and will create a commonplace for local residents.

[2] Situated at 2025 Willingdon Avenue, the SOLO District Office, has a target completion date of Summer 2015. This project is another mixed-use complex featuring a residential component with 1,400 units in four towers, a retail component with over 100,000ft2 including Whole Foods Market and an office component with 230,000ft2 over 12 floors. This urban community will transform the North Burnaby area by developing a commonplace for locals to work, live and shop. 

 [3] The Renfrew Business Centre is still underway with a completion date in 2016. Located at 2665 Renfrew Street, this upcoming development enjoys immediate access to rapid transit and is situated in fast reach of Downtown Vancouver. This office building fits perfectly with the vision of Translink's Transport 2040 Plan and the GVRD's Livable Region Strategic Plan in that this suburban complex has easy access to the Downtown Core through city transit.

 [4] King George Station is the last of the development projects in the suburbs at 9875 King George Boulevard. Perfectly situated mere steps from the King George Skytrain Station, this mixed-use development will provide over 760,000ft2 of office and retail space with plans to house 1.2M ft2 of residential space in a later phase. The main attraction is the Coast Capital Saving Union's Help Headquarters in which the traditional work space is thrown out the window and Coast Capital employees will experience a new concept work environment. This project will be another step towards transforming the rapidly evolving Surrey Downtown core.

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Within the downtown core, there are multiple major office development projects underway which are detailed below:

[1] Telus Gardens is perfectly situated in the most central location in the city for a business address. This development project will radically transform the corner of Richards and Robson. 777 Richards Street is a prime location for commerce as it is in close proximity to central banks, key corporations and businesses and the courthouse district. Telus Gardens is the only new AAA office space that is conveniently located by two major rapid transit lines, the Expo Line and the Canada Line. The development will create 480,000ft2 of much-needed office space and 424 new residential units. This 22-storey office tower and 47-storey residential tower will feature green roofs, providing organic produce for local restaurants, and two elevated roof forests for environmental sustainability.

[2] 745 Thurlow is situated at the corner of Thurlow and Alberni and has leasable space totalling approximately 400,000ft2. Of the 23 storeys, the first three storeys are designed for retail/restaurant and amenity space with the remaining 20 storeys being utilized for office space. The Sustainable LEED Gold Design, architectural design and core service areas make this a prime location for office space. This development project is estimated to be ready for occupancy by 2015.

[3] The Pacific Centre Redevelopment will combine modern office space with fashionable retail space. This redevelopment project located at 725 Granville Street will feature 290,000ft2 of AAA class office space and 45,000ft2 of space for fresh and new retailers. This exciting project will strengthen Pacific Center's position and reputation in the marketplace as Vancouver's paramount mixed-use complex. 

[4] Another major development in the downtown core is 980 Howe. This modern 269,000ft2, 16 storey office tower features the utmost attention to quality throughout the building, a visually appealing layout and an innovative design that allows for a collaborative workspace. It is strategically situated in an area booming with retail outlets, amenities, hotels and transit systems all in close proximity. 

[5] The West Tower, as it is tentatively named, is a development project located at the southwestern end of Rogers Arena. This project is the first of three towers to be constructed around the Arena, with the second tower recently breaking ground earlier this year. This mixed-use complex combines office and residential space and mingles the urban culture prominent in this area with the environmental sustainability that Vancouver has been striving for. Upon completion, this tower will be available to Canucks fans and concert goers and will provide them with new amenities and experiences.

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