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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for May 2017
- Westside single fam market remains in a balanced market. Right where it should be.
- Median Prices came down 5% in April to $3.2M
- 111 homes sold in April
- Inventory still low only 561 single family homes available

What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)
- which areas are strongest - Quilchena and Dunbar
- Dunbar 18 / 68 sold 26% sales Ratio 21% or more
- Quilchena 7 / 23 sold 30% sales ratio
- price point strongest & fav sellers
- $2.25M - 2.5M 12 / 12 100% sr
- $3M - $3.5M 20 / 57 35% sr

What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- Southlands 2 / 25 - 8% sr
- Shaughnessy 2 / 62 sold - 3% sr
- which price category
- anything over $4.5M - buyers market - 210 homes priced over $5M - only 16 sold. 8% sr. anything under 14% is a buyers market

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for April 2017
- Westside single family market has moved from a buyer’s market in January to a balanced in March
- Median Prices jumped up 22% in 2 months to $3.5M
- 95 homes sold in March
- doesn't sound like a lot, but only 532 homes were available
What’s Hot (21% or more for a Sales Ratio (SR))
- In Jan, not one neighbourhood was favouring sellers. In March, 9 neighbourhoods favouring sellers
- which areas are strongest - Arbutus and Dunbar
- Dunbar 23 / 62 sold 37% sales Ratio 21% or more
- Arbutus 6 / 20 sold 30% sales ratio
- price point strongest & favouring sellers
- $2.00M - 2.25M 4 / 8 50% sr
What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- South Granville 5 / 70 - 7% sr
- Shaughnessy 3 / 61 sold - 5% sr
- which price category
- anything over $4M - buyers market - 202 homes priced over $5M - only 16 sold. 8% sr. anything under 14% is a buyers market

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What’s hot in the Kitsilano Single Family for Aug 2016

The Van Westside Single Fam market is slowing and the market is now balanced

- 10 Homes sold in Kits for between $2.1M bought an 91 yr old 2,400 sf home on a small 2,000 sf lot all the way up to $5.15M for a 2015 built home on a 49 x 122 lot.

- 43 homes were available and on the market in Kits in July so to have 10 sales puts us on the edge of a seller’s market at a 23% SR (21% or greater)  

- Sold values in Kits are lower at $2.35M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $3.5M

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for May 2016
- Continues to favour sellers. Median prices are at a record of almost $3.7m.
- Supply still very low at 557 homes on market. - market is changing only 152 homes sold last month down 30%
- eventually downward pressure on prices
What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)
- Kerrisdale and MacKenzie Hights most active
- 14 / 30 sold in Kerrisdale - 47% s.r.
- MacKenzie Hights - 9 / 17 sold - 53% s.r.
- which price categories favouring sellers
- $2.5M - $2.75M - 12 / 15 sold 80% s.r.
- $3m - $3.5M - 26 / 51 - 51% s.r. few months ago this price band much stronger at 80% s.r.
What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- Quilchena, Mount Pleasant, Shaughness - balanced market in these areas. 14 - 16% s.r.
- which price category - expensive homes price resistance - ex only 33 / 236 in the $5M+ cat


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What’s hot in the Kitsilano Single Family for May 2016
The Van Westside Single Fam market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Kits is no exception.
- 22 Homes sold in Kits for between $2M bought you a 100 yr old home on a 40’ x 50’ in up to $5.78M for a 2013 built home in kits point on a 33 x 118 lot.
- 43 homes were available and on the market in Kits in April so to have 22 sales puts us in a strong seller’s market at a 51% SR (21% or greater)
- Sold values in Kits are lower at $2.84M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $3.69M
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What’s hot in the Kitsilano Single Family for February 2016
The Van Westside Single Family market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Kits is no exception.
- 11 Homes sold in Kits for between $1.85M bought 33’ x 115’ land on 10th ave up to $4.180M for 1990 home on a 49’ x 122' lot
- 11 / 14 homes sold for over asking price
- 11 homes were available and on the market in Kits in January so to have 11 sales puts us in a strong seller’s market at a 79% SR (21% or greater)
- Sold values in Kits are lower at $2.75M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $3.5M
If you like to take a look at these sales, I have a new package you can download at the link below map locating them and photos and details for each property.

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for Jan 2016
- Continues to favour sellers. Median prices have have been rising for the last 2 months by $100k per mo. Now median is $3.2M. Up $535k from this time last year.
- Supply at record low 327 homes on market. 134 Sold 
What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)
- almost every area in the westside is fav sell
- Kits and Dunbar most active and great sales
- 11 / 11 sold in Kits - 100% s.r. incredible
- Dunbar - 24 / 27 sold - 89% s.r.
- almost price category favouring sellers
- $1.75M - $2.25M - 22 / 8 homes sold in this cat
What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- 1 area is weaker - University - 1 / 10 sold 
- expensive homes slow to sell believe it or not we had 149 homes priced over $4.5M - 19 of them sold

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What’s hot in the Kitsilano Single Family for Jan 2016
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The Van Westside Single Fam market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Kits is no exception.
- 11 Homes sold in Kits for between $1.851M bought 33’ x 115’ land on 8th ave up to $3.3M for two ½ duplexes on a 49’ x 110 on 5th Ave
- 10 / 11 homes sold for over asking price
- 11 homes were available and on the market in Kits in Dec so to have 11 sales puts us in a strong seller’s market at a 100% SR (21% or greater)
- Sold values in Kits are lower at $1.9M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $3.2M
If you like to take a look at these sales, I have a new package you can download at the link below map locating them and photos and details for each property. specialize ph number

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What’s hot in the Mac Heights Single Family for Nov 2015
- before get into market update / sitting on stair
- new listing at 2998 w. 31st av offered at $2.96
- home 12 yrs new & sits on a corner lot w/ park
- seller orgin. owner custom built 3,250 sq.ft.
- details in and links to the listing in descrip
The Van Westside Single Fam market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Mac is no exception.
- 9 Homes sold in Mac for between $1.9M which bought 35’ wide land on Blenheim St up to $4.5M for 3,300 sq.ft 15 yr old home with a view on 27th Ave.
- most homes selling for close to asking price or over
- 20 homes were available and on the market in Mac in Oct so to have 9 sales puts us in a strong seller’s market at a 45% SR (21% or greater)

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for Nov 2015
- Continues to favour sellers. Median prices have stab at $2.9M for last 6 mo.
- Supply remains very constrained 565 homes on market. 162 Sold

What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)
- almost every area in the westside is fav sell
- Kits and Dunbar most active and great sales
- 22 / 29 sold in Kits - 76% s.r. incredible
- Dunbar - 27 / 56 sold - 48% s.r.
- almost price category favouring sellers
- $1.5M - $1.75M - 100% s.r. 10 / 10 sold
- $2.75M - $3M - 22 / 53 - 42% s.r.
What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- 1 area is weaker - shaughnessy - 7 / 87 sold - - where alot of the expensive homes are loc.
- believe it or not we had 151 homes priced over $5M - only 14 of them sold

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for June 2015
- Continues to favour sellers. Last month the average price hit $2.967M - $667k higher than median price this time last year. Values are moving up at $100k / mo. over last 6 mo. 
- Supply remains very constrained 588 homes on market. 238 Sold 

What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)
- almost every area in the westside is fav sell
- Dunbar - 67% - 34 / 51 
- Mac heights - 69% 9 / 13
- Point Grey - 55% - 24 / 44 sold
- every price category favouring sellers
- $2M - $2.25M - 100% SR 26 / 26 sold
- $2.5M - $2.75M - 20 / 34 - 59% SR
What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- 1 area is a little bit weaker - university area - 3 / 21 sold - 14% - balanced - not fav buyers

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for May 2015

- Continues to favour sellers. Last month the average price hit $2.63M - $349k higher than median price this time last year.

- Supply remains very constrained 681 homes on market. 219 Sold

What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)

- almost every area in the westside is fav sell

- Arbutus - 74% - 17 / 23

- Mac heights - 78% 14 / 18

- Kits - 51% - 17 / 33 sold

- $1.25M - $1.5M - 89% SR 8 / 9 sold

- $2M - $2.25M - lots of act. 24 / 24 - 100% SR

What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)

- Balanced market condition over $3.5M

- $3.5M - $4M - 12% with 18 / 100 sold

- $5M+ lots of inventory 25 / 134 - 18% SR

- Shaughnessy & SW Marine - 12% buyer markt


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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for April 2015

- Continues to favour sellers. Last month the average price hit $2.7M - new record.

- Compared to avg price Feb up $130k. Supply is lower than last mo. only 695 homes on market. 211 Sold

What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)

- almost every area in the westside is fav sell

- Kitsilano - 70% - 23 / 33

- Point Grey - 50% 29 / 58

- Dunbar - 57% - 41 / 72 sold

- $1.25M - $1.5M - 89% SR 8 / 9 sold

- $2M - $2.25M - lots of act. 22 / 25 - 88% SR

What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)

- $4.5M - $5M - 12% with 6 / 48 sold

- $5M+ lots of inventory 16 / 141 - 11% SR

- Mackenzie Heights - 4 / 31 - 13% SR - surprising usually strong - sellers little optimistic

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What’s hot in the Kitsilano Single Family for March 2015

The Vancouver Westside Single Family market is very strong and very much favouring sellers and Kitsilano is no exception.

- 11 Homes sold in Kits for between $1.46M (low end - small 33’ x 110’ land) $3.2M for a newer home on a 40’ x 122’ lot.

- only 36 homes were available and on the market in Kits in February so to have 11 sales puts us in a strong sellers market at a 30% SR (21% or greater)

- Sold values in Kits seem to be consistent with the median price for a home in the Vancouver Westside - now at a staggering $2.5M

Thats my take on the Vancouver Westside single family market. If you would like to take a look at these sales, I have a special package that you can download at the link below with the map locating them and photos and details for each property.

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What’s hot What’s Not – East Vancouver – Single Family for August 2014 Still on fire - 10 DOM - very much favour sellers - Avg $969k and 171 / 474 homes sold in July. Avg price down from June $998K avg.(who new $1m)
What’s Hot (21% or more for a Sales Ratio (SR)
-Fraser -very hot –67% SR – 16 / 24 Sold
-Hasting East - very strong - 71% also 12 / 17 Sold
-Victoria - 62% - 13 / 21 Sold
- $800K - $900K - 65% SR smokin 36 / 55 sold
- $900K - $1M - 44 / 74 Sold or 59% SR
- $1m - $1.25M - 48 / 113 Sold or 42%
What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- high end is slow
- $1.5M - $1.75M 12% with 5 / 43 sold
- Mt Pleasant 1 / 17 sold - 6%

That’s what’s hot and what’s not for SF Market

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What’s hot What’s Not – Vancouver Westside – Single Family for August 2014
We are officially in a balanced market - Prices are holding steady. Avg price up slightly from July $2.378M and 141 / 821 sold homes sold.

What’s Hot (21% or more for a Sales Ratio (SR)
- Dunbar - remains hot – 30% SR – 24 / 81
- Cambie - 26% - 10 / 39
- $1.5M - $1.75M - 51% SR smokin 17 / 33 sold
- $2.5M - $2.75M - lots of act. 15 / 50 sold- 30% SR

What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)
- high end luxury market still very cool
- $3M - $4M - 8% with lots of invent. 17 / 204 sold
- $5M+ lots of inventory also 11 / 120 sold or 9% SR
- Oakridge 2 / 31 sold or 6% SR
- Quilchena - 3 / 33 sold or 9% SR

That’s what’s hot and what’s not for SF Market

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