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rennie intelligence insights - November 2020

 

Nov 13, 2020

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Ryan Berlin

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The rennie podcast is about everything real estate for the real estate interested. 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 #5 - rennie intelligence insights - November 2020In this episode, podcast host, Peter Edmonds, sits down with members of the rennie intelligence team, Ryan Berlin and Bowen Behan Pausey, to review the latest residential data for the Vancouver Region and discuss three key insights gleaned in October 2020: 

  • Sales hit an all-time high for October home sales in the Vancouver Region.
  • As sales have risen, inventory has contracted, thereby nudging prices upwards.
  • Employment has bounced back in a major way, but a full recovery is a long way off. 
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Ryan Berlin, Senior Economist and Director, rennie intelligence

Bowen Behan Pausey, Business Data Analyst, Housing

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