Supply and Demand: A Quantitative History of BC Home Prices

Summary Findings:

    • Growth in home prices is a function of many factors and those factors do not always impact prices to the same degree
    • Shocks to housing demand and interest rates are the largest contributors to fluctuations in home prices, but provincial and municipal governments have limited to no ability to control these factors
    • Policies to increase the overall housing stock and grow the supply of residential listings would be enormously beneficial to controlling future price growth

For more information, please contact: Gino Pezzani.

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