Home Sales Down from June but Remain Strong at 18% Above 10-year Average
Sales slowed in June, 2021 with 12% fewer homes purchased than in May, but the market remains elevated with numbers 18% over the 10-year average and 54% above June, 2020.
Below is a recap of the most relevant insights, as reported by the REBGV.
- There were 3762 home sales in Vancouver for June 2021, which is a 54% increase over the same month in 2020 and 18% over the 10-year average. That said, sales were 12% lower than May, 2021. Benchmark pricing increased 15% overall during the past 12 months.
- The sales-to-active-listings ratio for all homes in June 2021 was 35%. According to analysts, prices generally decline when this ratio falls below 12% for a sustained period of time, and increase when it rises above 20% over several months.
- Broken down by property type, the June sales-to-listing ratio was 28% for houses, 50% for townhomes, and 37% for condos.
- For detached homes, the benchmark pricing is $1,801,800. This is a 22% increase from June 2020 and almost unchanged from May 2021. This increase goes hand-in-hand with a 46% increase in detached home sales over the year.
- For apartments, the number of sales went up 66% from June 2020 to June 2021. The benchmark price for an apartment went up 9% to $737,600 over the past year but is almost on par with May, 2021.
- Sales of of duplex and townhouse homes jumped 54% when comparing June 2020 and 2021. Benchmark pricing went up 17% to $946,900 over the same time frame and 1% since May, 2021.
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