Across the nation CREW lists data for 5162 neighbourhoods, and this month Harrison Hot Springs is number 465 putting it ahead of most neighbourhoods .
While the median for British Columbia is $519,000 , which means that Harrison Hot Springs’s median price is $479,900 considerably better than the rest of the province.
In province, the most common property on the listings this month has 3 bedrooms, in this neighbourhood it’s 2.
British Columbia has the third most amount of properties available to property investors, with Harrison Hot Springs having 125th most in the province, out of a total of 359.
Can we guarantee how well Harrison Hot Springs is going to do next year? No, but we can look at the data we have and use it as a starting point before doing research.
One of the important leading indicators for property investors is whether the amount of stock on the market is increasing or decreasing – as more comes on buyers have more choice so prices can tend to drop. In Harrison Hot Springs, the amount of stock on the market is about the same which is neither good nor bad indicator for house prices. Three months ago there were 31, this month we show 31.
Across the nation CREW lists data for 1054 neighbourhoods, and this month Harrison Hot Springs is number 127 putting it ahead of most neighbourhoods .
When our research team crunched the numbers we calculated that Harrison Hot Springs has a median home price of $349,000.
When it comes to the size of the properties currently available to property investors in this neighbourhood, they tend to have fewer bedrooms than the most commonly available across the nation.
This month we track 81th neighbourhoods in British Columbia, and Harrison Hot Springs has the 81th most choice available for real estate investors.
British Columbia has hundreds of possible neighbourhoods for you to invest in and there is lots of data to sift through to help you narrow your search down.
In Harrison Hot Springs, housing stock has decreased over the last three months, which would tend to mean that home buyers are snapping up properties faster than they come on the market.