Benchmark Prices - May 2022

Here are the latest Benchmark Price Infographics for the areas of Vancouver region.

Greater Vancouver Board Area


Burnaby East


Burnaby North


Burnaby South


Coquitlam


North Vancouver


Richmond


Vancouver East


Vancouver West


West Vancouver


New Westminster


Squamish


Tsawwassen


Port Coquitlam


Port Moody


Fraser Valley Board Area


Surrey


Langley


Pitt Meadows


Maple Ridge


White Rock


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 April 2022

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Benchmark Price Infographics for detached, townhomes, and condos in the areas of the Vancouver Region covered in the monthly rennie review.

Sarah Panther
RENNIE ADVISOR
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Twice a year, rennie intelligence produces the rennie landscape, which tracks a variety of demographic and economic indicators that directly and indirectly influence our housing market here in Metro Vancouver. Our goal is to provide our community with a basis for evaluating the trajectory of the fa…

Sarah Panther
RENNIE ADVISOR
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While the Metro Vancouver housing market has long grappled with affordability challenges, the reality is that the majority of rental households in the region do not live in “acceptable” conditions.

Sarah Panther
RENNIE ADVISOR