Source: CBC News
Real estate values in Metro Vancouver continued to show signs of recovery in April, as buyers nudged prices higher for the second month in a row.
The latest figures from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver showed the benchmark price for a typical home — an aggregate including detached, attached, and apartment residences — rose to $499,000 in April, up about $9,000 from the month before.
At that price range, homes are roughly equally to the price range just over two years ago, but still well below the typical value of $565,000 in April of last year.
Read the full article Vancouver real estate values edge higher in April on the CBC (May 7 2009).