rennie intelligence insights - December 2020

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 #8 - rennie intelligence insights - December 2020
In this episode, we join 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 November 2020: 

  • There's a spring in the step of the fall market: November tallied over 5,000 sales in November, making it the 3rd most active November on record.
  • South of the Fraser markets have been more active than those North of the Fraser: November sales were 76% higher in the Fraser Valley Board area vs. 28% higher in the Greater Vancouver board area.
  • We'll see more housing tailwinds than headwinds in 2021, setting the stage for an active housing market next year. 

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Featured guests
Ryan Berlin, Senior Economist and Director, rennie intelligence
Bowen Behan Pausey, Business Data Analyst, Housing

Additional reading
the rennie review - December 2020
the rennie advance - December 2020

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