Primary Rental Market
% Change of Average Rent

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Vancouver — % Change of Average Rents by Bedroom Type by Zone

  Bachelor 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom + Total
Vancouver 3.3 b 2.0 a 1.5 b ++ 2.0 a
West End/Stanley Park ** ** ** ** ++
English Bay ++ -2.5 c ** ** -2.4 c
Downtown ** 3.4 c ++ ** 3.2 c
South Granville/Oak 3.3 d 2.4 c ** ++ 2.6 c
Kitsilano/Point Grey ** -1.3 d 1.5 d ++ -1.3 d
Westside/Kerrisdale ** ++ ++ ++ ++
Marpole 1.2 d ++ ++ ++ ++
Mount Pleasant/Renfrew Heights 4.8 d 4.0 d ++ ++ 4.4 d
East Hastings 4.2 d ** ++ 4.9 c 2.7 c
Southeast Vancouver 5.2 c 1.7 c ++ ++ ++
University Endowment Lands 6.6 a -4.9 d ++ ++ 1.2 d
Central Park/Metrotown ** ++ ++ ++ ++
Southeast Burnaby 3.8 d ** 4.4 d ** 4.9 c
North Burnaby ++ 4.5 d 3.4 d ++ 3.8 d
New Westminster ** 4.1 d ++ ++ 3.6 d
North Vancouver CY ++ 2.1 c ++ ++ 1.9 c
North Vancouver DM 2.4 c ** ++ 4.7 d 2.8 c
West Vancouver -4.1 d ++ ** ++ ++
Richmond 3.3 c 2.1 c ++ ++ 1.5 a
Delta 5.9 d 11.2 c 6.5 b ** 9.4 b
Surrey 5.8 c 5.9 c 4.0 b 2.2 b 5.3 c
White Rock ++ 2.5 c ++ ** ++
Langley City and Langley DM 3.7 d 2.2 c 1.9 c ++ 2.0 c
Tri-Cities ++ 4.2 d 3.7 d ++ 3.3 d
Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows ** ** ++ ++ ++
Notes:
  • The following letter codes are used to indicate the reliability of the estimates: a - Excellent, b- Very good, c - Good, d - Fair (Use with Caution)
  • ** Data suppressed to protect confidentiality or data not statistically reliable
  • ++ Change in rent is not statistically significant. This means that the change in rent is not statistically different than zero (0). (Applies only to % Change of Average Rent Tables).
  • - No units exist in the universe for this category
  • n/a: Not applicable
  • CMA, CA and CSD definitions are based on 2016 Census Geography Definitions
  • Percentage (%) change of average rent is from a fixed sample (existing structures only). This is a measure that estimates rent level movement. The estimate is based on structures that were common to the survey sample for both the previous year and the current year.