RE/MAX Sea to Sky Real Estate Update Dec 2020

Posted by Denise Brown PREC on Saturday, January 2nd, 2021 at 1:42pm.

Whistler Village (credit Justa Juskova)

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Sea to Sky Real Estate Market Update

to November 2020 

WHISTLER's real estate market had a total dollar volume of approximately $144 Million in November. There were a total of 107 transactions, up from 63 in November of last year. Of those sales, 18 were chalets, 30 were townhomes and 23 were condominiums. 

For a complete breakdown of Whistler Sales by Dollar Volume, Transactions and Property Types, for the past few years, please view our November 2020 stats package here

The SQUAMISH real estate market had a total of $52 Million in sales in November. There were a total of 62 property transactions, up from 46 in November of 2019. Of those sales, 18 were single family homes, 16 were townhomes and 21 were condominiums. 

Want more Squamish Stats? 
view our November 2020 stats package here

The PEMBERTON market had approximately $12 Million in total dollar volume in November. There were a total of 20 transactions. Of those sales, 4 were chalets, 6 were condominiums and 8 were vacant land.

Want more Pemberton Stats? 
view our November 2020 stats package here

Canadian Housing Market Outlook (2021)


Canadians on the move: Not an exodus, but the re-location trend across Canadian housing market is real
RE/MAX Canada expects average residential prices to rise 4% to 6% in 2021

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RE/MAX Agents Discuss Selling During Uncertain Times

If selling a home wasn’t already complex enough, doing so during a pandemic adds a few extra critical steps and considerations to make it a success. As provinces across the country discuss and adjust social distancing mandates, understanding the appropriate steps in the selling process requires the help of a professional real estate agent now more than ever.

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RE/MAX Agents Discuss Buying During Uncertain Times

Buying a home can be stressful under normal circumstances, let alone trying to navigate the process in the middle of a global pandemic. As provinces across the country grapple with this current reality, understanding the appropriate steps in the buying process requires the help of a professional real estate agent more than ever. However, given that buying and selling is a consistent need for a host of time sensitive reasons, the world of real estate continues on.

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Hear and Now: Whistler’s Local Music Celebration ONLINE!

Hear & Now ONLINE! This virtual edition of your favourite Whistler music celebration presents 17 local favourites, released Thursdays at 7pm from October 29 onwards. Catch the episodes on Arts Whistler’s Facebook page and YouTube channel and get ready to dance around your living room.

Each episode will feature one band from the Hear & Now line-up showcasing their original songs and chatting about the band, their songs, inspiration and everything in between. Hosted by some familiar faces from Whistler’s music scene, check-out our line-up and make sure you don’t miss out on your favourites!

Find out more here


Buy Local Squamish


When you buy local, you help build a stronger communities. Local businesses buy from other businesses in the community — growers, makers, manufacturers, graphic designers, accountants, repair services and credit unions, just to name a few. So many Squamish businesses are committed to buying local and supporting a strong community — discover the stories of how Squamish businesses keep your community strong!

Full details here:


Real Estate
Resources During Covid-19

Currently, lenders are offering some semblance of mortgage deferral on a case by case basis. We have linked to this information from each of the major banks and a few of the local credit unions. 

Landlord BC has issued some requests regarding showing tenanted properties, use and sanitization of common spaces/elevators, etc. Additionally, we will continue to update this page with directives from the province and federal government regarding rent payment deferrals and evictions.

For long-term, low income tenants, there is some rental assistance from BC Housing. The government webpage and other resources are available on our site for you to visit to determine if you qualify.

For those of you who have properties listed with us, we have created some statistical tools so you can keep tabs on the local real estate markets. For buyers and sellers who have sales in our system, including firm contracts, we have been in close communication with lawyers’ offices and all have indicated that they are working to bring contracts to close. We have included further pertinent information on our website here.

We are feeling the pinch just as you are, and we are moving forward to try and maintain our staff. There are some payroll and other resources for small business owners and self-employed individuals linked on our site, and we will update this page as more information becomes available from the federal and provincial governments.




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