Average selling price of a single-family home in Vanderhoof tops $270,000 in 2021
RiverBend Seniors Housing on 20th Avenue in PG (Vista Radio staff)
Single-family home sales in Vanderhoof saw a slight spike in 2021 according to the BC Northern Real Estate Board.
Last year, 64-units with an average selling price of nearly 270-grand changed hands.
That represents a year-over-year price jump of 48-thousand dollars.
Director, Breanne Cote told MyNechakoValleyNow.com like many rural areas in our region, active listings can be a bit scarce.
“Active listings are kind of hard to come by anywhere right now, but in smaller markets, there is less inventory, to begin with, there will be a smaller amount of listings for sure.”
In total, 190 properties worth 51.6 million dollars were sold in Vanderhoof in 2021, a slight increase when compared to the year prior.
In Fort St. James, 100 properties worth $22.8 million were sold in 2021, compared to 61 properties worth $11.3 million in 2020. At year-end, there were 18 properties of all types available, compared to 32 at the same time last year.
Across the north, over 67-hundred property sales were recorded in 2021 worth 2.4 billion dollars.