Grandview Vancouver Real Estate Statistics and Chart for October 2008

by Sebastian on November 9, 2008

Grandview Vancouver MLS Statistics Chart 2008

Here are the Grandview Vancouver real estate market statistics for October, 2008. I’ve included the chart above so that you can see visually what’s been happening in the Grandview Vancouver real estate market over the course of the year.

Grandview Vancouver Homes for Sale (Grandview Condos only) -74

Total condo listings rose up to 74. This total is a high for the year, coming off last month’s previous high of 68.

Grandview Vancouver Homes Sold (Grandview Condos only) – 5

Only 5 Grandview homes sold (condos) in the month of October in the Grandview Vancouver real estate market. The average sale price was only $358,000 (or $391/sq ft), the lowest average we’ve seen this year and the second lowest number of sales. The average days on market for those sales was only 23, a low for the year.

Given the trends (more listings, fewer sales, and lower average sale price) I suspect that the DOM average being so low is an anomaly. Since there was such a small sample (only 5 sales) this could vary greatly from month to month.

Grandview Vancouver Home Sale Prices (Grandview Condos only)

There were 2 sales under $300,000, 2 sales between $300,000 and $400,000, and 1 sale at $625,000.

More Info on Vancouver Real Estate

Should you want to learn more about the Vancouver real estate market generally you can check out this page. You can also review all of the statistics for Vancouver East and Vancouver West broken down for you here:

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Copyright © 2008 by  Sebastian Albrecht, Vancouver Realtor with Royal LePage Westside ”Fairview Vancouver Real Estate Statistics and Chart for September 2008”

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