What Will Be Vancouver's Real Estate Price in 2030?

Back on January 2007 I read an analysis of Vancouver's average sale price for a detached house in the Lower Mainland.

In 1991 it was $190,185

In 2001 it was $195,763, in constant 1991 dollars

In 2006 it rose to $542,852

By 2030 the average price will be $723,776 or 2.03 times the 2001 price, according to a projection by Urban Futures' David Baxter.

Condo prices will follow a similar pattern, Baxter told a year-end CKHC conference, rising from $297,821 in 2006 to $385,129 in 2030.

These figures are calculated in 1991 dollars, so the actual cash price of a detached house by the time your toddler is a parent culd be more than $1 million, with the typical condo selling for $600,000.

A key point to Baxter's projection: the population of the Lower Mainland by 2030 will be 3.76 million. This will keep the rental vacancy rate at or near the current rate of below 2%. 

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