Whistler, Squamish & Sunshine Coast Market Statistics – January 2021
 

Here are the latest real estate market statistics from Macdonald Realty on Squamish, Whistler, and Sunshine Coast listings and sales in January 2021.
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Whistler 

In January 2021, there were 9 sales of detached homes and 67 active listings. The benchmark sale price was $1,675,000.
The condo market had 38 sales and 104 active listings at the end of the month.  The benchmark sale price was $512,100.
The townhome market had 17 sales and, the active listings were 18. The benchmark sale price was $1,017,000.
It’s a Buyer’s market for homes in Whistler.

 

Squamish

In January 2021, there were 19 sales of detached homes and 55 active listings. The benchmark sale price was $992,300.
The condo market had 16 sales and 41 active listings at the end of the month. The benchmark sale price was $501,300.
The townhome market had 12 sales and, the active listings were 8. The benchmark sale price was $761,500.
It’s a Seller’s Market in Squamish.

 

Sunshine Coast

In January 2021, there were 42 sales of detached homes and 139 active listings. The benchmark sale price was $715,900.
The condo market had 10 sales and 25 active listings at the end of the month.
The townhome market had 8 sales and, the active listings were 30.
It’s a Seller’s market on Sunshine Coast.


Looking for more information about the real estate market in specific neighbourhoods in Squamish, Whistler, and Sunshine Coast? 
Macdonald Realty has offices in Squamish, Whistler, and Sunshine Coast.  Please email macrealty@macrealty.com or call 1-877-278-3888 to be matched with a REALTOR® working in your area.

MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) Benchmark Price
Average and median home prices are often misinterpreted, are affected by change in the mix of homes sold, and can swing dramatically from month to month (based on the types and prices of properties that sold in a given month). The MLS® HPI overcomes these shortcomings and uses the concept of a benchmark home, a notional home with common attributes of typical homes in a defined area. Visit www.housepriceindex.ca for more information.

This blog post is based on market data provided by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) www.rebgv.org