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March 2017 Market Summary

     President Jill Oudil provides a summary of the March 2017 housing market statistics. read more REBGV President's Podcast
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Demand for homes continues to outpace supply in Metro Vancouver

A shortage of residential property listings coupled with strong demand, particularly for condos and townhomes, continued to impact Metro Vancouver’s housing market in…
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Real estate board instates Jill Oudil as 2017/2018 president

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) is pleased to introduce Jill Oudil as its 2017/2018 president. read more News Releases
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Local REALTOR® wins national philanthropy award

The Canadian REALTORS Care® Foundation named Laura-Leah Shaw as the recipient of this year’s national Canadian REALTORS Care® Award. Shaw, of RE/MAX Crest…
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REALTORS® honoured for their community contributions

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) honoured three REALTORS® last week for their abiding commitment to charitable and community causes. read…
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Commercial real estate sales reach a five-year high in the Lower Mainland

Demand for land helped commercial real estate sales and dollar volume reach five-year highs in the Lower Mainland in 2016, according to data…
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February 2017 Market Summary

     President Dan Morrison provides a summary of the February 2017 housing market statistics. read more REBGV President's Podcast
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Low supply continues to limit Metro Vancouver home buyers

Reluctance amongst Metro Vancouver* home sellers is impacting sale and price activity throughout the region’s housing market. read more News Releases
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January 2017 Market Summary

     President Dan Morrison provides a summary of the January 2017 housing market statistics. read more REBGV President's Podcast
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Metro Vancouver housing market off to a quieter start than last year

Home sales and listings trends are below long-term averages in the Metro Vancouver* housing market. This is due largely to reduced activity in…
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