Monday, May 30, 2022

Real Estate Tracker: Week ending May 30, 2022

There is one addition to the list of ten or the week, which adds to the number of homes from the city's east side  for our compilation of high end properties in the city.

Three of our ten top the million dollar mark this week, one bubbles just under, while the majority of the week's listings are in the 800,000 mark.

The distribution of our list of ten has six homes for sale on the West side, and four on the East side.

The real estate review below is purely for information purposes, for further background on the properties recorded, see our links pages 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 May 30, 2022 can be explored below:

Real Estate Listings for the West Side of Prince Rupert
for the week ending May 30

Real Estate Listings for the East Side of Prince Rupert
for the week ending May 30

The lowest mark for the review of the week is at 777,000  while our top end is marked  at the price point of   $1,550,000 

Total value of the listings for our ten increased this week noted at $9,990,000

Below find our findings as of the Week ending May 30, 2021

2130 Graham Avenue                    $1,550,000 --   Remax
160  Van Arsdol Street                   $1,295,000 --   Remax. (new) 
1042 Edward Avenue                     $1,150,000 --   Realty Executives
975 Edward Avenue                       $995.000 --      Realty Executives 
1320 Overlook Street                     $890,000 --      Remax
219 4th Avenue West                     $849,000 --      Remax
112 Collart Place                            $849,000 --     Remax
124 Silversides                               $825,000 --     Realty Executives (new)
197 Vanarsdol Street                      $810,000 --     Remax 
1845 Atlin Avenue                         $777,000 --      Remax 

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

For background on Housing issues in the Prince Rupert area see our past items here

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