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What’s hot in the Kitsilano Single Family for July 2017
- The Van Westside Single Family market is in a balanced Market Condition
- Kitsilano has been doing exceptionally well and is now favouring sellers.
- 17 Homes sold in Kits last month.
- least expensive home sold for $2.150M. which would have bought a 105 year old home on Yew (off of Broadway - most expensive sold for $3.775M for an 88 yr old home on 14th Ave & Balsalm.
- only 49 homes were available and on the market in Kitsilano in June so to have 17 sales puts us in a seller’s market at a 35% sales ratio
- Sold values in Kitsilano are at median price of $2.56M lower than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at $3.5M.

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

- Continues to favour sellers. Last month the average price hit $2.88M - up $455k higher than median price this time last year. Values stabilized last 4 months at around $2.9M

- Supply remains very constrained 582 homes on market. 149 Sold - less sales than spr. sum.

What’s Hot (21% or more for a SR)

- almost every area in the westside is fav sell

- Dunbar - 49% - 25 / 51

- Mac heights - 47% 7 / 15

- Kits - 62% - 18 / 29 sold

- what price cat fav? sellers where most activ?

- $1.5M - $1.75M - 100% SR 11 / 11 sold

- $2.5M - $2.75M - 18 / 33 - 55% SR

What’s not hot (14% or less for a SR)

- 2 areas are a little bit weaker -

- university area - 2 / 16 sold - 12%

- south cambie - 2 / 16 sold - 12%

- $4.5M - $5M - 3 / 40 sold - 7%


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

The Van Westside Single Fam market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Kits is no exception.

- 18 Homes sold in Kits for between $1.55M bought 33’ x 121’ land on 16th ave up to $3.8M for another 33 x 120 on 1st Ave aka -golden mi.

- most homes selling for close to asking price or over

- 29 homes were available and on the market in Kits in Aug so to have 18 sales puts us in a strong sellers market at a 62% SR (21% or greater)  

- Sold values in Kits are lower at $2.3M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $2.88M

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

The Van Westside Single Fam market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Kits is no exception.

- 18 Homes sold in Kits for between $1.5M (low end - small 33’ x 122’ land) $5.3M for 37’ x 120’ 2007 reno home in Kits Point.

- 60 homes were available and on the market in Kits in April so to have 18 sales puts us in a strong sellers market at a 54% SR (21% or greater)  

- Sold values in Kits are lower at $2.1M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $2.6M


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

The Van Westside Single Fam market is very strong and very much fav sellers and Kits is no exception.

- 23 Homes sold in Kits for between $1.33M (low end - small 40’ x 66’ land) $4.85M for 53’ x 120’ view lot on Point Grey RD aka the golden mile.

- only 33 homes were available and on the market in Kits in March so to have 23 sales puts us in a strong sellers market at a 70% SR (21% or greater)  

- Sold values in Kits are lower at $2.2M than the median price for a home in the Westside - now at a staggering $2.7M

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Dispel a myth. Is it bad to sell a home in the winter months in Vancouver?

- answer - definitely not!

- sellers think that people go on vacation at this time.

- when looking at the stats these individuals couldn’t be more wrong

- last year in December 2013 we saw prices in the Vancouver Westside Single Family peak and we are seeing the same trend this year.

- reason is simple economics.

- less homes are on the market

- supply drops and prices go up

- in Dec 2013 Westside single family home inventory dropped to only 525 homes and prices peaked at avg of $2.468M

- we are seeing the same trend this year.

- inventory is starting to fall again and prices are jumping up.

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