There seems to be flickering, rays of dawn: the dawn of recovery. There is now better news emerging from south of the border. For instance, a much higher number of new jobs than anticipated, with the unemployment rate the lowest in three years at 8.5 per cent (7.5 per cent nationally in Canada, seven per cent in BC). The Canadian economy is not faring badly either.
We will likely see more of the same in terms of the pace of the market in the next year or two, but a slight to modest rise in sale prices and volume. I believe that we may look back at the years of 2011/2012 as the "bottom of the market."
Monthly home pricing market trends reports covering each month back to 2006.
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Monthly home sales reports covering each month back to 2006.
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