Nanaimo real estate stats

The sales stats at the end of June 2021 indicate that the market continues to be a strong Seller’s market. We are still seeing multiple offers in all prices of homes.

The biggest changes year-to-date seem to be that at the end of June 2021 37 fewer homes were listed, prices were up over…

The sales stats at the end of May 2021 indicate that the market continues to be a strong Seller’s market. We are still seeing multiple offers in all prices of homes.

The biggest changes year-to-date seem to be that at the end of May 2021 29.5% more homes were listed, prices were up over…

The sales stats at the end of April 2021 indicate that the market continues to be a strong Seller’s market. We are still seeing multiple offers in all prices of homes.

The biggest changes year-to-date in the single family home market seem to be that at the end of April 2021, 116% more…

The sales stats at the end of September 2020 indicate the market has returned to a balanced market. However, in some single family home price ranges we are seeing a lot of activity and multiple offers.

The biggest changes year-to-date seem to be that at the end of September 2020 prices…

The sales stats at the end of August 2020 for single family homes indicate the market is slower in unit sales than in August 2019 but up in average sale price.

The biggest changes year-to-date seem to be that at the end of August 2020 there were 5% fewer homes listed as compared to those…

The sales stats at the end of May 2020 indicate the market is continuing the downward trend that started in April. However, these numbers likely reflect the slowing of the Market due to the impact of the COVID-19 shut down. Prices are down slightly ( -2%) and unit sales are way down as compared…

The sales stats at the end of April 2020 indicate the market is way down this year as compared to last year at the same time. The COVID-19 has had a big impact on unit sales. Prices seem to be holding their own, but unit sales are way down as compared to April 2019. The lock-down has really…

Single family home sales in Nanaimo for March 2020 were similar toMarch 2019 in that the Nanaimo real estate market stats continue to show signs of a balanced market.

Unit sales of single-family homes are down by 4% as compared to March 2019. However, prices continue to risein all…

According to statistics released at the end of February, by the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board, the Nanaimo real-estate market seems to be holding its own as compared to the same time last year.

Unit sales are down slightly in the single family home market and the townhouse market but…

The sales stats at the end of January 2020 indicate the Nanaimo real estate market is still a balanced market as it was in January 2019.  The biggest changes year-to-date seem to be that at the end of January 2020 there were 12% fewer homes listed as compared to those listed in January 2019 and…

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