Vancouver West Side Real Estate Prices Still Moving Up

November real estate prices on Vancouver's West Side continued to trend upwards. Average sales price for houses is now $3.5M - up 18.7% over the last year.

Townhomes sit at $1.062.000, up 12.7% over the last year.

Condos clocked in at $748,000, up 15.6% over the last year.

The sales to active ratio for condos is the highest it's been since 2006, now 50%. Townhomes win the contest at 55%, the highest in the last ten years.

Houses sit at 30%, back to 2011 levels.

West Side house sales are up 43% from a year ago, townhomes are up a whopping 72% from a year ago and condos are 38% higher.

House listings are down 26% from a year ago, townhomes are down 47% and condos are down 42%. 

Overall dollar volume matches February 2011. All types of Vancouver real estate are selling at an average of less than 0.5% of list price. 

Average price pr sq ft for house sales is $1056, townhomes are $778psf and condos are $772psf. An all time high for all types.

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