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Benchmark Prices - July 2019

 

Jul 08, 2019

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Ryan Berlin

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

Greater Vancouver Board Area

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/136/original/Pricing_Trends_REBGV_July2019.jpgBurnaby East

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/137/original/Pricing_Trends_BurnabyEast_July2019.jpgBurnaby North

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/139/original/Pricing_Trends_BurnabyNorth_July2019.jpgBurnaby South

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/140/original/Pricing_Trends_BurnabySouth_July2019.jpgCoquitlam

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/141/original/Pricing_Trends_Coquitlam_July2019.jpgNorth Vancouver

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/142/original/Pricing_Trends_NorthVancouver_July2019.jpgRichmond

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/143/original/Pricing_Trends_Richmond_July2019.jpgVancouver East

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/144/original/Pricing_Trends_VancouverEast_July2019.jpgVancouver West

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/145/original/Pricing_Trends_VancouverWest_July2019_%281%29.jpgWest Vancouver

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/146/original/Pricing_Trends_WestVancouver_July2019_%281%29.jpgNew Westminster

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/147/original/Pricing_Trends_NewWest_July2019.jpgSquamish

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/148/original/Pricing_Trends_Squamish_July2019.jpgTsawwassen

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/149/original/Pricing_Trends_Tsawwassen_July2019.jpgPort Coquitlam

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/150/original/Pricing_Trends_PortCoquitlam_July2019.jpgPort Moody

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/151/original/Pricing_Trends_PortMoody_July2019.jpgFraser Valley Board Area

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/152/original/Pricing_Trends_FVREB_July2019.jpgSurrey

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/153/original/Pricing_Trends_Surrey_July2019.jpgLangley

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/154/original/Pricing_Trends_Langley_July2019.jpgPitt Meadows

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/155/original/Pricing_Trends_PittMeadows_July2019.jpgMaple Ridge

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/156/original/Pricing_Trends_MapleRidge_July2019.jpgWhite Rock

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/157/original/Pricing_Trends_WhiteRock_July2019.jpgAbbotsford

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/158/original/Pricing_Trends_Abbotsford_July2019.jpgChilliwack and District Board Area

https://cdn.rennie.com/images/images/004/071/160/original/Pricing_Trends_CADREB_July2019.jpgNote, 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 last month, June 2019 here. 

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