2016 rennie Census Results - Population by Age


The latest batch of 2016 Census data are now available and rennie intelligence has teased out some interesting—and in some cases, surprising--trends and observations. Among them:

  • The stock of single-family dwellings declined in 20 of 25 municipalities in BC’s Lower Mainland
  • The region’s seniors population is inexorably expanding, but kids still outnumber retirees
  • The young family formation / housing market entry age group of 20-39 year olds grew throughout the Lower Mainland, including in the City of Vancouver
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Receive insights, analysis, and perspective from our rennie intelligence team on the Lower Mainland’s real estate market.
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Buyers’ thirst for housing remains unquenchable throughout the Vancouver Region and across all home types.

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Despite recent evidence of a re-balancing of the region’s housing market, homes are selling at a near-record pace as supply remains lacking.

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Participation in the region’s housing market waned in June, as both sales and inventory dipped, thanks in part to summer weather and the vaccine.