The median asking price in Summerland is $499,500, a substantial increase over the median three months ago which was $474,900 .
The $499,500 price tag on the median Summerland home means that it is quite highly priced by Canadian standards.
If you’re looking at investment properties in Summerland, then you’re most likely to find homes with 3 bedrooms on sale this month.
According to our stats, Summerland is the neighbourhood that has the 47th most properties available to real estate investors in British Columbia.
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 Summerland, 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.
The median asking price in Summerland is $249,900, an improvement on the median three months ago which was $249,900 .
Want a cheaply priced house? Then at $249,900 this month, Summerland, British Columbia is a possibility for you price wise.
In province, the most common property on the listings this month has 2 bedrooms, in this neighbourhood it’s 2.
There are 124 neighbourhoods that have more properties on sale than Summerland at the moment in British Columbia which puts the neighbourhood top 40% when looking at the number of properties to choose from.
When we look at the data we have, it can help with trying to establish whether or not Summerland is a good investment target.
Because the amount of real estate listed for sale has decreased it looks like housing market forces in neighbourhood are likely to put upwards pressure on house prices.