Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats February 2014

Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats February 2014

FRASER VALLEY MARKET SHOWING SIGNS OF SPRING (Surrey, BC) – The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) recorded 1,102 sales in February, an increase of 43 per cent over January’s sales and an increase of 21 per cent over the 913 sales during February of last year. …
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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats January 2014

Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats January 2014

  NEW YEAR WELCOMES INCREASE IN NEW LISTINGS IN FRASER VALLEY (Surrey, BC) – The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) recorded higher activity in January compared to one year ago with an increase in sales and a slight increase in new listings. The Board processed 772 …
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Fraser Valley: A Top Growth Area in Canada

Fraser Valley: A Top Growth Area in Canada

Did you know that the Fraser Valley is currently one of the fastest growing regions in the country? Not just BC, but in all of Canada! This past November, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) devoted a section of its 19th annual Vancouver Housing Outlook Conference specifically to our …
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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats December 2013

Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats December 2013

  FRASER VALLEY’S HOUSING MARKET QUIET, YET STABLE IN 2013 (Surrey, BC) – Neither predictions of a huge crash or notable recovery came to pass in 2013 as Fraser Valley’s real estate market stayed slow and steady, similar to 2012’s market. Fraser Valley’s total sales volume last year was 13,663 …
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Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats November 2013

Fraser Valley Real Estate Board Stats November 2013

  FRASER VALLEY’S HOUSING MARKET COOLS IN NOVEMBER (Surrey, BC) – The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) recorded 986 property sales in November, an increase of 9 per cent compared to the 905 sales during the same month last year, however a decrease of 21 per …
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