Greater Vancouver sold data available online for the first time ever

by Ephraim Vecina on 28 Sep 2018

Sold prices for Greater Vancouver properties are now available online for the very first time, licensed brokerage Holywell Properties announced yesterday (September 27).

The data – which is sourced from MLS® Systems of Greater Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, and Chilliwack & Area – will be hosted at ZEALTY (dot) ca. Users who wish to access the information will have to create a password-protected account on the website.

“We’re thrilled with the Supreme Court’s decision because we can now deliver this vital information to our clients,” Holywell Properties managing broker Adam Major said.

“ZEALTY.CA is committed to providing easy access to real estate market data to all Canadians. We want to be the ‘go to’ source for real estate information in British Columbia and across Canada.”

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Major noted that this is a long overdue feature as such data has already been available in the U.S. and in Nova Scotia for over a decade now.

ZEALTY’s depth of sold data is expected to go back as far as more than a year. It will also offer 4 years of MLS information on all Lower Mainland transactions.

Aside from prices, the portal will be providing data on boundaries for B.C. properties and lots for sale.

 

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