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Hello Real Estate Enthusiasts,



Here is how the assessed value of typical Vancouver homes changed between 2014 and 2015


Downtown: 2 Bedroom Apartment 2014 = $543,000 vs 2015 = $553,000 Increase of +1.8%

East Side: 2 Bedroom Apartment 2014 = $364,000 vs 2015 = $381,000 Increase of + 4.7%

East Side: Single Family, 33-Foot Lot 2014 = $892,000 vs 2015 = $993,000 Increase of +11.3%

West Side: 2 Bedroom Apartment 2014 = $573,000 vs 2015 = $616,000 Increase of +7.5%

West Side: Single Family 33-Foot Lot 2014 = $1,610,200 vs 2015 = $1,812,000 Increase of +12.5%


For more information on the assessed value information on these areas: West Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, Richmond and Coquitlam please send me an email at carmen@carmenleal.ca 
In the email please mention which area(s) you would like to know more about. 

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