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As we edged further into the new year, there was a modest increase in the number of listings available in Metro Vancouver’s housing market* – welcomed news for eager house hunters across the area.
However, even though the number of available properties has increased from previous months, the overall level of supply remains tight, continuing the upward trend in pricing.
Taylor Biggar, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) Chair commented on these observations by saying, “As we prepare to enter what’s traditionally the busiest season of the year, the Metro Vancouver housing market is seeing more historically typical home sale activity and a modest uptick in home listing activity compared to last year.”
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