Benchmark Prices - March 2019


Here are the Benchmark Price Infographics for the areas of the Lower Mainland covered in the monthly rennie review. The areas include the REBGV, Burnaby East, Burnaby North, Burnaby South, Coquitlam, North Vancouver, Richmond, Vancouver East, Vancouver West, West Vancouver, New Westminster, Squamish, Tsawwassen, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, FVREB, Surrey, Langley, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, White Rock, Abbotsford, and CADREB.

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 February 2019 here

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