Kamloops real estate market surged forward in September

By James Peters
October 2, 2017 - 2:40pm

KAMLOOPS — September was another strong month for the Kamloops real estate market.

New statistics released by the Kamloops and District Real Estate Association show 302 homes changed hands last month, an eight per cent increase from September of 2016.

Those 302 sales represented a dollar volume of $115.3 million, an 18 per cent bump from the same month last year.

The neighbourhoods seeing the most activity were Brocklehurst and Sahali.

The median price bumped up to $445,000 inside the city, and $400,000 when including the entire region.

For the year to date, Kamloops is trending about three per cent higher than at this point in 2016.

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