Yesterday, the Victoria Real Estate Board released statistics for February 2015. While the rest of the country contended with a seemingly never-ending winter, the cherry blossoms were out early in Victoria and vicinity, and so, apparently, were the buyers.
Ah February, we hardly knew ye! The shortest month of the year has come and gone – and not including my trip to Winnipeg, I didn’t see a single snowflake – it looks like we’ve escaped winter this year in Sooke. But how did the real estate market do this month?
For a short month, February seemed to drag on a bit around the Ayres household – must have been that one extra day. Here is my second instalment of real estate statistics for Sooke, for the month of February 2012. There is definitely a vibe of increased activity in the local marketplace, with properties beingContinue reading “Sooke Real Estate Statistics – February 2012”
The latest data from our Member Market Survey has just been released by the Victoria Real Estate Board. Each month, agents who’ve completed a transaction while acting for a buyer are polled on various questions about their buyers. The goal is to get a snapshot of the situation on the street directly from agents whoContinue reading “Victoria BC Real Estate Buyers Profile – February 2010”
FOR MARCH STATISTICS, CLICK HERE Prices, Sales moderate in second month of 2008 Further evidence of a more balanced Victoria real estate market is seen in today’s release by the Victoria Real Estate Board of the monthly MLS® statistics for February 2008. Listings are higher than last year this time, and while sales are downContinue reading “Victoria BC MLS® Real Estate Statistics – February 2008”