The real estate company has been tracking the number of properties over $3 million listed on the Multiple Listing Service for 15 years.
A lot has changed in that time, said Dan Scarrow, vice president of corporate strategy.
"We picked the $3 million dollar barrier in 2000 because back then there were only ten homes in Greater Vancouver that sold for over $3 million," he said.
In 2014, that number had grown to 842 — an increase of 31 per cent from the year before, he said.
The highest concentration of properties selling for more than $3 million was in West Vancouver and parts of Vancouver's West Side such as Point Grey, said Scarrow.