Vancouver’s housing price index for September 2012

Apartment Listings versus Sold in Burnaby as of Sept 2012 The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver maintains a Housing Price Index on the benchmark price of typical homes in the metro Vancouver region. These are useful when looking at how the market is doing overall.Below you will find the prices for three types of property

  • Detached – i.e. single family homes
  • Attached – i.e. townhouses
  • Apartments

The figures in brackets against each area show the percentage change over the last year. [Square brackets show the change over 5 years.] I have highlighted the biggest increases in bold and the greatest decreases in red for each category of property.

DETACHED BENCHMARK PRICES

  • Greater Vancouver $935,600 (-0.5%), [5yr: 23.4%]
  • Bowen Island $592,200 (-1.9%), [5yr: -6.8%]
  • Burnaby East $751,300 (4.5%), [5yr: 21%]
  • Burnaby North $910,900 (0.2%), [5yr: 26.2%]
  • Burnaby South $1,003,700 (4.2%), [5yr: 37.8%]
  • Coquitlam $713,600 (3.6%), [5yr: 15.2%]
  • Ladner $622,500 (-0.9%), [5yr: 12.1%]
  • Maple Ridge $468,700 (1.1%), [5yr: -0.5%]
  • New Westminster $672,000 (1.8%), [5yr: 20.4%]
  • North Vancouver $961,200 (5.2%), [5yr: 12.9%]
  • Pitt Meadows $501,700 (1.6%), [5yr: 3.2%]
  • Port Coquitlam $556,000 (1.4%), [5yr: 8.7%]
  • Port Moody $851,100 (5.3%), [5yr: 13.7%]
  • Richmond $962,900 (-4.2%), [5yr: 36.7%]
  • Squamish $508,300 (4.1%), [5yr: 5.7%]
  • Sunshine Coast $365,400 (-3.8%), [5yr: -6.6%]
  • Tsawwassen $724,000 (1.6%), [5yr: 13%]
  • Vancouver East $850,000 (3.2%), [5yr: 33.6%]
  • Vancouver West $2,088,700 (-6.5%), [5yr: 39.7%]
  • West Vancouver $1,847,400 (4%), [5yr: 21.9%]
  • Whistler $848,200 (-5.3%), [5yr: -3.1%]

ATTACHED BENCHMARK PRICES

  • Greater Vancouver $458,600 (-2.7%), [5yr: 7.7%]
  • Burnaby East $419,900 (1.8%), [5yr: 9%]
  • Burnaby North $393,700 (-8%), [5yr: 3.8%]
  • Burnaby South $417,800 (-2.3%), [5yr: 9.3%]
  • Coquitlam $383,300 (-1.6%), [5yr: 2.5%]
  • Ladner $449,400 (-2.2%), [5yr: 8.6%]
  • Maple Ridge $272,400 (-4.4%), [5yr: -7.2%]
  • New Westminster $394,800 (0.1%), [5yr: 8.6%]
  • North Vancouver $576,200 (-0.1%), [5yr: 4.5%]
  • Pitt Meadows $327,700 (-1.3%), [5yr: 0.3%]
  • Port Coquitlam $367,000 (-1.5%), [5yr: -1.1%]
  • Port Moody $411,900 (-0.9%), [5yr: -0.8%]
  • Richmond $496,500 (-4%), [5yr: 18.2%]
  • Squamish $353,800 (2.1%), [5yr: 3.1%]
  • Tsawwassen $457,000 (-9.2%), [5yr: 3.1%]
  • Vancouver East $505,000 (-1.5%), [5yr: 11.4%]
  • Vancouver West $672,400 (-1.3%), [5yr: 11.1%]
  • Whistler $462,400 (2.5%), [5yr: 13.5%]

APARTMENT BENCHMARK PRICES

  • Greater Vancouver $368,600 (-0.7%), [5yr: 2.5%]
  • Burnaby East $353,000 (-3%), [5yr: -10.8%]
  • Burnaby North $328,900 (-2%), [5yr: -1.6%]
  • Burnaby South $371,800 (-4.5%), [5yr: 4.3%]
  • Coquitlam $257,200 (1.9%), [5yr: -1.9%]
  • Ladner $312,700 (-2.9%), [5yr: 5.2%]
  • Maple Ridge $179,100 (-2.1%), [5yr: -12.9%]
  • New Westminster $271,000 (-2.1%), [5yr: 3.3%]
  • North Vancouver $358,800 (4.7%), [5yr: 3.5%]
  • Pitt Meadows $219,500 (-1%), [5yr: -13.5%]
  • Port Coquitlam $225,000 (-4.4%), [5yr: -10.5%]
  • Port Moody $314,600 (4.5%), [5yr: -4.4%]
  • Richmond $334,700 (-2.5%), [5yr: 0%]
  • Squamish $259,200 (15.2%), [5yr: -5.8%]
  • Tsawwassen $333,000 (-3.8%), [5yr: -0.6%]
  • Vancouver East $305,600 (1.4%), [5yr: 8.8%]
  • Vancouver West $465,600 (-1.2%), [5yr: 3.9%]
  • West Vancouver $624,800 (-2%), [5yr: -6.2%]
  • Whistler $241,400 (-4.7%), [5yr: 67.3%]
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