Real Estate Market Report for
North Shore, NS

Updated : Aug 2016
House
  • Median price $199,500
  • Monthly growth 0.00 %
  • Quarterly trend
  • Stock on market 0.12%
Apartment
  • Median price
  • Monthly growth
  • Quarterly trend
  • Stock on market
North Shore Home Price

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With a median listing price of $199,500, North Shore is Canada’s 2905th most expensive when ordered by median listing price.

With North Shore’s median house price at $199,500 in Aug , it is about average compared to the rest of Nova Scotia.

There are 825 neighbourhoods that have more properties on sale than North Shore at the moment in Nova Scotia which puts the neighbourhood lowest fifth when looking at the number of properties to choose from.

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

The amount of homes for sale in neighbourhood has stayed the same over the last three months – this means that supply and demand economics would mean that the pressure on house prices has also remained constant.

It’s never an exact art, but to try to forecast how property is going to appreciate in North Shore for investors, it’s important to look at data like:

Because the amount of real estate listed for sale has stayed the same it looks like housing market forces in neighbourhood are likely to not necessarily affect house prices.

Demographics

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