Monday, December 29, 2014

Prince Rupert Realty Tracker, Week ending December 28, 2014

Our weekly review of the local listings of the local real estate agents, tracking those properties which appear to be driving the local price structure for the North Coast.

Every Monday, we will review the previous weeks listing prices and outline the Top 10 asking prices in the area, providing a snap shot as to where the Real Estate market may be trending on a week to week basis.

The listings below are purely for informational purposes, for further information on the properties recorded, see our links page for access to the individual real estate listings.

The Archive for our weekly review can be found here.

Our list of the top ten priced homes for the week ending December 28 is below:

Prince Rupert Real Estate
West Side Dec 28
Prince Rupert Real Estate
East Side Dec 28

There was little in the way of change over the Holiday week found from the listings of the last seven days. As we once again find that the West Side of the city hosting five homes on the list, the high end going to Van Arsdol, overlooking Fairview.

The east is home to four spot, including the 10th spot for this week which checks in at the $375,000 mark, belonging to a location on Conrad Street.

There is one property from Port Edward among the top 10 prices in the region this week.

Below our findings as of the Week ending December 28, 2014

160 Van Arsdol Street--      $699,000   -- Royal Lepage
1942-46 2nd Avenue W      $659,000  -- Royal Lepage
1229 Conrad Street ---        $525,000   -- Royal Lepage
1711 Sloan Avenue---         $509,900   -- Royal Lepage
1701 Sloan Avenue ---        $469,000   -- Remax
409 6th Avenue East--         $469,000   -- Remax
306 Spruce (Port Ed) --       $445,000   -- Royal Lepage
226 5th Avenue West --       $439,000   -- Royal Lepage
1015 Frederick Street --       $399,000   -- Royal Lepage
1233 Conrad Street --          $375,000   -- Royal Lepage

For more items related to Real Estate see our archive page here.

For background on Housing issues in the region see our past items here.

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