Benchmark Prices - March 2020

Here are the latest Benchmark Price Infographics for the areas of the Lower Mainland covered in the monthly rennie review. 

Greater Board Area



Vancouver East



Vancouver West



Burnaby East



Burnaby North



Burnaby South




Richmond




Coquitlam




North Vancouver




New Westminster




Squamish




Tsawwassen




White Rock



Port Coquitlam



Port Moody



Fraser Valley Board Area



Surrey



Langley



Pitt Meadows



Maple Ridge



Abbotsford



Chilliwack and District Board Area


Note, the Chilliwack and District Board Area (CADREB) denotes the Median Sales Price rather than the Benchmark Price. The CADREB does not have a benchmark price available for record.

See Benchmark Prices Infographics for February 2020 here. 

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