Real Estate Market Report for
Long Beach, NL

Updated : Dec 2014
House
  • Median price $289,900
  • Monthly growth 0.00 %
  • Quarterly trend
  • Stock on market 2.41%
Apartment
  • Median price
  • Monthly growth
  • Quarterly trend
  • Stock on market
Long Beach Home Price

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With a median listing price of $289,900, Long Beach is Canada’s 1379th most expensive when ordered by median listing price.

In Dec the median listed house price of $289,900 in Long Beach was an impressive compared to the rest of Newfoundland and Labrador.

There are a number of important pieces of research you should do before deciding where to buy an investment property – this data for Long Beach will hopefully provide an indicator to help you where to research in-depth

Stock on the market can be an important leading indicator of whether market pressure will be on prices to rise or fall – in Long Beach there is about the same amount of stock than three months ago. This would indicate housing stock pressure remaining the same.

Will prices rise across the next year in in Long Beach? There are a number of real estate indicators to consider.

Stock on the market can be an important leading indicator of whether market pressure will be on prices to rise or fall – in Long Beach there is about the same amount of stock than three months ago. This would indicate housing stock pressure remaining the same.

Demographics

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