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October Vancouver Housing Market Update


Andrew Hasman from REMAX discusses the busy October market for 2021 in Vancouver.


Think the market has slowed down? Not quite, as there is a high demand in Vancouver. If you're thinking about waiting to sell your home until the spring, here's some perspective:


We've got a cute heritage home for sale on a smaller lot at 4346 James Street, in Vancouver listed just below 2 million, and that's currently considered on the affordable end of the scale.

We put this home for sale on Monday, three days later, we have booked close to 50 by appointment realtor viewings.


That means that 50 Vancouver Realtors have called us with their homebuying clients to book viewings at this property.


The Vancouver housing market is busy with a low inventory of homes, that makes it a great time to see your property.


Don't miss out on this property, we're expecting this property to sell over asking in one week.


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andrew@andrewhasman.com


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