The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that a total of 9,826 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in March, down 21.8 per cent from the same period last year. Total sales dollar volume was $6.79 billion, down 30 per cent from March 2016. The average MLS® residential price in the province was $690,597, a 10.5 per cent decrease from the same period last year.
“Consumer demand continues to normalize following blockbuster home sales in 2016,” says Brendon Ogmundson, BCREA Economist. “However, the supply of homes available for sale has not recovered and is still declining in many markets around the province.”
Although the average price in BC was down year-over-year due to a shift in the composition of sales away from higher-priced homes in Greater Vancouver, home prices in most markets are being pushed higher due to severe supply constraints. This is particularly true for the Victoria region, which currently has just over one month of inventory for sale, as well as for the apartment and townhouse market in the Lower Mainland.
Year-to-date, BC residential sales dollar volume was down 34.7 per cent to $14.1 billion, when compared with the same period in 2016. Residential unit sales declined 25.5 per cent to 20,893 units, while the average MLS® residential price was down 12.4 per cent to $674,856.
Simon Fraser Condos
Altaire by Polygon
Altaire built in 2008/2009 reaches higher then any other condo building in Metro Vancouver offering panoramic views.
Novo I by Intergulf
Novo I built in 2007 known for the amazing sight lines and views from most units and balconies up to 1000 sq ft.
Novo II by Intergulf
Novo II built in 2007 known for the amazing sight lines and views from most units and balconies up to 1000 sq ft.
Aurora by Polygon
Aurora built in 2006 with 103 condos featuring 36 unique floor plans ranging from 715 sq ft to 1500 sq ft.
One University by Millennium
One University built in 2005 is UniverCity's flagship building with luxury homes featuring semi private elevators.
Harmony by Polygon
Harmony built in 2005 was the first condo development at Univercity & as a result offers a unique setting & views.
Serenity Townhomes by Polygon
Serenity is a collection of 2 bedroom townhomes of 1100 sq ft ranging to 4 bedroom 2000+ sq ft townhomes.
The Hub by Liberty Homes
The Hub built in 2009 is set atop Nester's Grocery and steps from High Street giving these homes an urban feel.
Verdant by VanCity Enterprises
Verdant is a two storey town home building built with environmental design and stylish living spaces which complement the modern exterior of these SFU homes.
Origin by Porte Development
Origin is designed by GBL Architect & BYU Interior Designs, developed by Porte Development Corp. and marketed by Red Dot Real Estate.
Nest by Mosaic
Located on UniverCity High Street across from the new University Highlands elementary schools this refreshing building will add further depth to a growing community.
Highland House by Liberty Homes
A 12-storey concrete high-rise development and targeted towards Rental Investors and First-Time Condo Buyers.
Lift by Porte Development
Lift will be a wood frame building comprising of 56 homes. Building technologies, environmental features, and price points should be similar to Origin.
Altitude by Hungerford Group
Altitude will be a 2 tower development comprising of a 12 and 14 story building with a total of 210 strata units.
CentreBlock by Liberty Homes
CentreBlock at UniverCity atop Burnaby Mountain is the latest condo project with sales commencing early 2014. .