Monday, March 27, 2023

Real Estate Tracker: Week ending, March 26, 2023

The only change of note for the week just ended is a return of a property on the east side of the city.

The range of the week's results again runs from the top end of $1.195 million dollars to $699,000.

The distribution of our list of ten brings six properties to the west side of city,  compared to the east side's four. 

The real estate review below is purely a snapshot for information purposes and reflective of our weekly check on Sunday evening. 

Properties can ebb and flow from the listings through the week,  for further background on the properties recorded, see our links pages for access to the individual real estate listings, to consult them on a daily basis.

The Archive for our weekly review can be found here.     

Our list of the top ten priced homes for the week ending  March 26 2023 can be explored below:

Real Estate Listings for the East Side of Prince Rupert 
for the week ending March 26

Real Estate Listings for the West Side of Prince Rupert 
for the week ending March 26

The lowest mark for the review of the week is at $699,000  while our top end is marked  at the price point of   $1,195,000

Total value of the listings for our ten this week is noted at $8,523,000

Below find our findings as of the Week ending March 26, 2022

160 Van Arsdol Street                    $1,195,000 --   Remax
2044 Graham Avenue                    $1,149,000 --    Realty Executives
535 East 4th Avenue                       $829,000 --      Remax
1527 Atlin Avenue                          $799,000 --      Remax
1531 Atlin Avenue                          $799,000 --      Remax
239 Heron Road                             $795,000 --       Realty Executives
1800 Atlin Avenue                          $769,000 --       Remax
1063 Ambrose Avenue                   $750,000 --      Remax
1253 Conrad Street                         $739,900  --      Remax 
129 Alpine Drive                            $699,000 --       Remax 

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

For background on Housing issues in the Prince Rupert area see our archive here.

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