The median asking price in Saint-Hyacinthe is $259,900, an improvement on the median three months ago which was $249,900 .
While the median for Quebec is $224,900 , which means that Saint-Hyacinthe’s median price is $259,900 better than average than the rest of the province.
Across Canada the most common number of bedroom property being listed has 3 bedrooms, in Aug this neighbourhood’s most common listing has properties with fewer bedrooms.
If you’re looking for a large choice of properties on sale when you’re adding to your real estate investment portfolio, then Saint-Hyacinthe has a huge choice compared to the rest of the province
It’s never an exact art, but to try to forecast how property is going to appreciate in Saint-Hyacinthe for investors, it’s important to look at data like:
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 Saint-Hyacinthe, the amount of stock on the market has decreased which is a positive indicator for house prices. Three months ago there were 288, this month we show 222.
Saint-Hyacinthe was Canada’s 658th most expensive suburb by listed median house price this month.
Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec has a median house price of $185,000 when compiling all the home listings in Aug .
2 bedroom properties are the most common available for real estate investors this month in neighbourhood.
This month we track 20th neighbourhoods in Quebec, and Saint-Hyacinthe has the 20th most choice available for real estate investors.
There are a number of important pieces of research you should do before deciding where to buy an investment property – this data for Saint-Hyacinthe will hopefully provide an indicator to help you where to research in-depth
It’s always hard to tell what property prices will do over the coming months, but over the last three months the properties available for purchase in Saint-Hyacinthe have dried up which would tend to indicate that demand is higher than the supply of new properties.