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Which way will the market tip?

Which way will the real estate market tip?


With back to school and back to real life, it was a slow first week of September. Now into the 2nd week, property sales have started to accelerate. There is strong growth in new listings coming on the market, which if priced properly are getting the attention of Buyers in the market. Sharply priced listings are selling and Buyers are engaging. Some of the highlights are:

Greater Vancouver:
Total Properties Sold so far in September are 702 (2,299 total in September 2011)
New Listings out in September are 2,924 (5,799 in September 2011)

Vancouver Westside Houses:
Total Properties Sold so far in September are 36 (104 total in September 2011)
New Listings out in September so far are 177 (386 in September 2011)

Vancouver Westside Condos:
Total Properties Sold so far in September are 95 (317 total in September 2011)
New Listings out in September so far are 368 (785 in September 2011)

Vancouver Eastside Houses: Total Properties Sold so far in September are 37 (141 total in September 2011)
New Listings out in September so far are 138 (277 in September 2011)

Vancouver Eastside Condos:
Total Units Properties so far in September are 27 (82 total in September 2011)
New Listings out in September so far are 113 (227 in September 2011.)
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