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Sooke Real Estate Statistics – July 2013

A living room of a home in Sooke, BC

2220 French Road sold in July, along with 25 other properties in Sooke

Sales activity in Sooke was nearly the same as it was in 2012, with prices remaining fairly flat overall. It is still my opinion that while prices seem flat, they are actually declining. This is to say that although the average and median prices seem to hover in the high $300,000s and low $400,000s, a buyer in 2013 is probably getting a nicer, larger and/or newer home for the same money as in 2012 or 2011. Sales activity continues to be better than last year in most cases, and it is good to see the number of houses for sale continue to decline.

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Sooke Real Estate Statistics – July 2012

Is the market as slow as a starfish? Read on.

Real estate in Sooke is certainly sluggish, but doing, on average, the same or better as the same time last year. Prices are relatively stable, and all different types of homes are selling, from brand-new luxurious homes to simple manufactured homes on leased land. Let’s dive into the numbers and see what we’ve got. Read more

July 2007 Sets Record For BC Home Sales

Vancouver, BC – August 16, 2007. British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that residential sales volume on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in BC climbed 44 per cent to $4.66 billion in July, compared to the same month last year. Residential unit sales increased 25 per cent to 10,447 units during the same period, a record number of July transactions. The average MLS® residential price hit $446,386, up 15.2 per cent from July 2006.

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July MLS® Statistics – Victoria, BC

Summer Market Sizzles

August 1, 2007

Sales of homes and other properties in the Greater Victoria area continued to show exceptional strength last month reaching the highest level for the month of July in over 15 years. There were 922 sales through the Victoria Real Estate Board’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in July, up over 36 per cent from the 677 sales in the same month a year ago. There were 949 sales in June of this year. Meantime, 27 sales of over $1 million helped push the average price of single family homes sold in July to another record high of $574,753; the median price was considerably lower at $515,000; the six-month average was $560,393.Victoria Real Estate Board President, Bev McIvor, says the continued strength of the market is remarkable, “Despite the significant increases in prices that we have seen in recent years, the total number of sales shows that demand remains very strong. The number of sales so far this year is running over 11 per cent higher than in the first seven months of last year while the six month average price for single family homes has risen over seven per cent since the beginning of the year.”The average price for all condominiums sold in July was $306,668; the average for the last six months was $311,568. The median was again lower at $268,000. The average price for townhomes last month was $402,558; the average for the last six months was $397,434. The median was $379,900.MLS® sales last month included 499 single family homes, 241 condominiums, 106 townhomes and 22 manufactured homes.

There were 3,402, properties listed for sale on the MLS® system at the end of last month, up from the 3,318 properties in the same month a year ago.

Summary Report

Courtesy Victoria Real Estate Board