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Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update
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Coquitlam MLS Real Estate Listings - July 2010 Market Update

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Home sales activity in Greater Vancouver was quieter last month than most Julys over the past decade, with residential sales, prices, and the number of homes listed for sale trending downward in recent months.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that the number of residential property sales in Greater Vancouver totalled 2,255 in July 2010. This represents a 45.2 per cent decline from the 4,114 sales in July 2009, the highest selling July ever recorded, and a 24.1 per cent decline compared to June 2010.

Looking back further, last month’s residential sales represent a 3.7 per cent increase over the 2,174 residential sales in July 2008, a 41.8 per cent decline compared to July 2007’s 3,873 sales, and a 17.5 per cent decline compared to July 2006’s 2,732 sales.

“With the pace of home sales and listings easing off in our market, we’ve begun to see a levelling of home prices from the record highs seen in the spring, creating greater affordability,” Jake Moldowan, REBGV president said. “Activity in today’s marketplace is clearly trending in favour of buyers.”

The number of properties listed for sale on the market has been trending downward since spring, with 4,138 new listings in July compared to April’s peak of 7,648. New listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Greater Vancouver on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) declined 17.9 per cent in July 2010 compared to July 2009, when 5,041 properties were listed for sale.

At 16,431, the total number of property listings on the MLS® in July declined 6.5 per cent compared to last month and increased 33 per cent compared to July 2009.

“It’s currently taking home sellers who work with a REALTOR®, on average, 45 days to sell their property, which is a historically healthy timeframe for people on both sides of a transaction,” Moldowan said.

Since spring, housing prices have decreased 2.8 per cent compared to the all-time high reached in April when the residential benchmark price was $593,419. Over the last 12 months, the MLSLink® Housing Price Index (HPI) benchmark price for all residential properties in Greater Vancouver increased 9.1 per cent to $577,074 in July 2010 from $528,821 in July 2009.

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  • My name, company includes stats from all of greater vancouver
  • Good healthy inventory of homes
  • Let me explain this little ratio thing.  It’s calculated by dividing the number of sales by the number of listings.  It gives us a snapshot of what percentage of the listings on the market are selling.  We look at them both on a monthly (or weekly) basis and also year-to-date.  Although there are divergent opinions, generally speaking, a sales-to-listing ratio of over 50% suggests that it is a SELLERS market.  Under 40% is a BUYERS market and in between, is considered to be a BALANCED market.Right now, the sales to listing ratio in the Georgian Triangle is under 30% as one may expect.  That means less than 30% of properties on the market are selling.  It’s clearly a BUYERS market right now.
  • The Housing Price Index (HPI) is a tool developed by the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley Real Estate Boards to measure residential market activity. It tracks and measures the movement of mid-range priced homes for a set time period and provides reliable information on housing price trends since it excludes extremely high and low priced properties.
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    • 1. July 2010Overall Market Stats<br />Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver<br />
    • 2. July 2010 vs. June 2010 new listings down 25%<br />July 2010 vs. July 2009 new listings down 17.9%<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />New Listings<br />
    • 3. July 2010 vs. June2010 total listings down 6.5%<br />July 2010 vs. July 2009 total listings up 33%<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />Total Listing Inventory<br />
    • 4. “With the pace of home sales and listings easing off in our market, we’ve begun to see a levelling of home prices from the record highs seen in the spring, creating greater affordability. Activity in today’s marketplace is clearly trending in favour of buyers.”<br />Jake Moldowan, REBGV president<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />
    • 5. July 2010 vs. June 2010 total sales down 24.1%<br />July 2010 vs. July 2009 total sales down 45.2%<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />Total Sales<br />
    • 6. “It’s currently taking home sellers who work with a REALTOR®, on average, 45 days to sell their property, which is a historically healthy timeframe for people on both sides of a transaction.”<br />Jake Moldowan, REBGV president<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />
    • 7. Overall House Prices<br />July 2010 vs July 2009 price up 9.1%<br />July 2010 benchmark price $577,074<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />
    • 8. Detached Properties<br />July 2010 vs July 2009 sales down 43.7%<br />July 2010 vs July 2009 price up 11.5%<br />July2010 benchmark price $793,193<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />
    • 9. Apartment Properties<br />July 2010 vs July 2009 sales down 42.7%<br />July 2010 vs July 2009 price up 6.2%<br />July 2010 benchmark price $387,879<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />
    • 10. Attached Properties<br />July 2010 vs July2009 sales down 53.5%<br />July 2010 vs July 2009 price up 8.6%<br />July2010 benchmark price $490,995<br />www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />
    • 11. www.FindYourHomeHere.com<br />Agnes Pau<br />Re/Max – Sabre Realty<br />#102 – 2748 Lougheed Highway, Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada<br />604-626-1656<br />

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