Woodframe Pre-Sale Completion Snapshot as of January 2021

• This update details the number of actively-selling, sold-out and contemplated woodframe pre-sale homes by sub-market and estimated year of completion.
• By the end of 2020, 4,176 woodframe pre-sale homes are expected to be complete.
• Of woodframe pre-sale homes expected to complete between 2020 and 2023, 82% are sold.

Additional Insights

Of the 13,324 woodframe homes expected to complete between 2020-23, 82% have already been sold. The North Vancouver sub-market has the highest proportion of homes sold at 95%, followed by Surrey/Delta/White Rock and Langley/Cloverdale, both at 91%. Vancouver West (at 39%) is the only sub-market to have less than half of their woodframe inventory that is expected to complete between 2020-23 already sold.
In terms of contemplated woodframe product, Surrey/Delta/White Rock has the largest number of homes at 12,708 (a 4% increase compared to the October 2020 Snapshot) while Langley/Cloverdale has the second highest at 7,143 homes (a 0.6% increase). In total, there are 40,445 contemplated woodframe pre-sale homes from Squamish to Abbotsford.

Every three months, rennie intelligence provides a Woodframe Multi-family Completion update based on the latest data sourced from Urban Analytics' NHS Live database. As part of this update, the number of woodframe homes associated with actively-selling, sold-out, and contemplated multi-family projects are presented, by sub-market, and by their estimated year of first occupancy. These dates of first completion reflect direct estimates provided by NHS Live. 

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