Vancouver Price Drop

Documenting Vancouver real estate price movements

Single Family Home Inventory Graph – July 24, 2012

Here is a breakdown of single family home inventory for each of the main regions since March 13th.  Most people who are following things won’t see too many surprises (except possibly Burnaby inventory being up 69% and Vancouver East 48% along with North Vancouver that did not make the chart being up 59%) but viewing this in graphical form is a good way to comprehend the data.

Click on the chart to see it in full size

Increase by region over the 19 weeks

Burnaby +69%
Vancouver East +48%
Coquitlam +41%
West Vancouver +39%
Sunshine Coast +37%
Richmond +31%
Vancouver West +28%
Surrey +20%
White Rock +16%
Abbotsford +15%
Langley +12%
Maple Ridge +9%
Mission +3%

12 responses to “Single Family Home Inventory Graph – July 24, 2012

  1. gokou3 July 24, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Interesting how little White Rock has more SFH listings than Van East, and richmond > van west.

    Suggestion: Possible to obtain the number of SFH in each municipality so one can figure out the % of SFH for sale? I bet W.R. would be way up there.

  2. Anon July 24, 2012 at 7:41 pm

    Thanks for all your hard work. Sorry been a long day, so not quite following why N Van didn’t make the chart at 59% ?

  3. Jason July 25, 2012 at 1:04 am

    Hi observer. I am interested in slicing and dicing the Vancouver real estate data a bit as well to get a better feel of the market for my own understanding. How do you obtain the price information that you use?

  4. Montery July 27, 2012 at 5:22 pm

    Hi Observer, just a suggestion for easier reading of graphs next time you create one…

    I find it hard to distinguish between similarly shaded colours (light blue and skyblue, for example)… so would it be possible to vary line type or line thickness so it’s easier to track?

    Otherwise, great work, I really quite enjoy the stats and data that you are pulling together. Thank you so much for your hard work, it’s very much appreciated!

  5. Terttu Ylönen August 6, 2012 at 4:24 am

    Everything is in normal and that is really a great report,in Finland they also post their result for their single home sales,it is also increase and i think it is because of the fact single family home is very convenient that’s why till now in any part of the world it always has a good result.

    • an observer August 6, 2012 at 11:31 am

      Hi, do you mean that in Finland there hasn’t been any price drops for single family homes or are you saying that anywhere in the world there haven’t been price drops for single family homes? If it is anywhere in the world then you are very, very wrong!

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