Posts tagged with: shuswap real estate


2021 Re/Max Fall Housing Market Report Early indicators from RE/MAX brokers and agents across the Canadian housing market suggest steady activity for the remainder of 2021. According to the RE/MAX Canada 2021 Fall Housing Market Outlook Report, RE/MAX brokers and agents expect the average residential sale price for all home types could increase by five per [&hellip

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New Year's Eve - Silver Star Mountain Resort

Okanagan/Shuswap Real Estate Market Statistics, December 2017

December was an interesting end to 2017!  Despite cold weather, there was some significant activity, especially in higher end properties.  It was exciting to see our first sale over $1 million on Silver Star Mountain since 2008! On the other hand, it was a typical holiday month with most Sellers and Buyers just too busy [&hellip

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Who Purchased Real Estate in November?

Did you know 21.1% of Buyers purchasing real estate in the Okanagan/Shuswap region during the month of November were from Lower Mainland/Vancouver Island? While only 8.5% of Buyers were from Alberta. NOVEMBER BUYERS SURVEY Home/Property Type: 21.3% by Relocating and moving to similar property type (down from 21.5% in October) 18.9% by First Time Buyers (up from 15.5%) [&hellip

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6450 Finch Road

Okanagan/Shuswap Real Estate Statistics – September 2017

A summer of floods, fires and smoke is suddenly over and the blue skies are back!  Autumn brings a quiet calm as everyone falls back into work and school routines and the real estate market also seems to be on a bit of a break! Despite a slower, non-typical September, we continue to see market [&hellip

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824 Middleton Way, COLDSTREAM

Okanagan/Shuswap Real Estate Statistics – July/August 2017

Typical of most summers, the real estate market moderated slightly in July, down 6% from June and down 2% from July last year. Prices in our region continued to reflect strong demand for the available supply. The average home price in July reached $504,712, down slightly (1%) from June, but up 6% from July last [&hellip

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Okanagan/Shuswap Real Estate Statistics – June/July 2017

The heat is on! Summer is in full swing. Real estate sales are brisk and multiple offer scenarios are a common occurrence in some price ranges. A quick market is common this time of year, but the ongoing lack of inventory is adding pressure. Overall housing prices are up about 8%. On the other hand, [&hellip

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Okanagan/Shuswap Real Estate Market – April/May2017

May was a fast, wet month. Our local lakes continue to rise and we sympathize with everyone feeling ‘flood fatigue’. May also reminded us, it’s the kind and resilient people who make the North Okanagan and Shuswap an amazing place to call home. Gratitude Disasters bring an abundance of unnamed heroes – the selfless property [&hellip

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175 TransCanada Highway, Sicamous

Okanagan/Shuswap Housing Market – August/September 2016

It’s been a typical late summer and early fall. Everyone was enjoying the last days of summer and vacation and now it’s back to work and school. August 2016 real estate sales were fewer across the Okanagan/Shuswap region compared to July. Overall, sales dropped about 2% last month – but don’t let that fool you, [&hellip

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7540 Tronson Road, Vernon., BC (Okanagan Lake)

Okanagan/Shuswap Housing Market – July/August 2016

The Okanagan/Shuswap real estate market moderated slightly in July compared to June. Fewer units sold and prices remained comparable as did days to sell but the market is still favoring the seller. The number of buyers coming to the region is higher than the number of new and active listings. Until we see some new [&hellip

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7506 Kennedy Lane, Vernon, BC

Okanagan/Shuswap Real Estate Market – March/April 2016

The spring real estate market has taken off! The phones and email are coming in 24/7. The Listing and Conveyancing departments at RE/MAX Priscilla are working at warp speed to keep-up with paper work, lying awake at night hoping nothing has been missed. It’s a bit frantic, but a welcome and exciting change from 2014 and [&hellip

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