The median asking price in Saint-Paulin is $125,000, quite a drop from the median three months ago which was $144,700 .
While the median for Quebec is $224,900 , which means that Saint-Paulin’s median price is $125,000 a lot lower 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 3.
This month we track 461th neighbourhoods in Quebec, and Saint-Paulin has the 461th most choice available for real estate investors.
Will prices rise across the next year in in Saint-Paulin? There are a number of real estate indicators to consider.
Over the last three months in Saint-Paulin, housing stock available seems to be getting more prevalent – this could mean that homes values might be less affected by availability problems.
The median asking price in Saint-Paulin is $79,500, quite a drop from the median three months ago which was $52,000 .
While the median for Quebec is $198,000 , which means that Saint-Paulin’s median price is $79,500 a lot lower than the rest of the province.
If you’re looking at investment properties in Saint-Paulin, then you’re most likely to find homes with 2 bedrooms on sale this month.
From our data, it appears that neighbourhood is number 719th when comparing neighbourhoods by the number of properties available to investors across the nation, putting it in the bottom 30.
Is Saint-Paulin a good investment prospect? It’s never a perfect science, but the data we have given us a number of indicators.
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-Paulin, 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 3, this month we show 3.