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Housing Remains a Hot Commodity in May - June 2021

 

Jun 15, 2021

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Ryan Berlin

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The rennie podcast is about the real estate market and the people connected by it. Tune in for monthly discussions making sense of the latest market data and to hear from an array of industry experts helping us answer big real estate questions about demographics, economics, urban planning, and design.   Episode #18: Housing Remains a Hot Commodity in May - June 2021In this episode, we join members of the rennie intelligence team, Ryan Berlin and Bowen Behan Pausey, along with rennie advisor and rennie leader, Art Seroff, to review the latest residential data for the Vancouver Region and discuss three key insights gleaned in May 2021:

  • Another month, and (almost) another sales record in May.
  • Housing inventory in the Vancouver Region remained constrained.
  • Prices remained elevated, though there were some signs that they may be leveling out.

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Featured guests

Ryan Berlin, Senior Economist and Director of Intelligence

Bowen Behan Pausey, Senior Housing Analyst, Housing

Art Seroff, rennie advisor  

Additional reading

the rennie review - June 2021

the rennie advance - June 2021

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