Let's look at East Vancouver real estate

Is it a Buyers' Market? Is it a Balanced Market?

Sales-to-Active Listings

This indicator shows the relative balance between the demand for homes and supply of homes in the market. A high ratio denotes a market that is more in favour of sellers creating upward pressure on prices. A low ratio reflects a market in favour of buyers, putting downward pressure on prices. A balanced market is generally associated with a ratio between 0.15 and 0.20, where pressure on home prices is considered neutral.

BC Sales-to-Active Listings May 2012
Greater Vancouver Sales-to-Active Listings May 2012

Fraser Valley Sales-to-Active Listings May 2012

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 to see what's happening with average prices in East Vancouver per square foot.

Click here to see whether it's a buyers or sellers market with new construction and with reale housing in East Vancouver. Remember, a ratio below 0.15 is considered a buyers' market and above 0.20 is considered a sellers' market.



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