Sidney BC Real Estate Market Update

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Real Estate Sales Representative with eXp Realty, Victoria BC www.pfanntastic.com

Sidney BC Real Estate Market Update

Sidney is located on the Saanich Penninsula of Vancouver Island, about 20 kilometres north of Victoria. Sidney is surrounded on three sides by North Saanich, and is the focus of the residential real estate market since North Saanich is primarily an agricultural region.

Incorporated as a village in 1952, Sidney has experienced steady growth and currently has more than 11,000 residents. It is the primary business hub for the Penninsula. Some of the industries are tourism, marine and retail, as well as a growing hi-tech industry. One of the features of the town is Sidney by the Sea which has a thriving mixture of retail and professional services available. Several of the town's businesses and organizations have joined together to ensure that it remains a friendly, small town full of character and charm.

Sidney BC Real Estate Market Update

This month there were 2 Single Family Home Sales in Sidney.
This compares to 2 Sales for the same month last year.
For a change of 0 % over the past year.

The 6 month Average sale price for a Single Family Home in Sidney was: $481,182.
This compares to an average sale price of $456,214. during the same 6 month period last year.
For a change of 5.2 % increase over the past year.

This month the Median sale price for a Single Family Home in Sidney was: $416,500.
This compares to a Median sale price of $ 390,638 during the same month last year.
For a change of 6.2 % increase over the past year.

This month there were 2 Condominium Homes sales in Sidney.
This compares to 3 Sales for the same month last year.
For a change of - 50% decline over the past year.

The 6 month Average sale price for Condominium Homes in Sidney was: $326,811
This compares to an average sale price of $338,020. during the same 6 month period last year.
For a change of - 3.4% decline over the past year.

This month the Median sale price for Condominium Homes in Sidney was: $359,000.
This compares to a Median sale price of $220,000. during the same month last year.
For a change of 38.8 % increase over the past year.

This month there were 3 Town Home Sales in Sidney.
This compares to 1 Sales for the same month last year.
For a change of 66.7 % increase over the past year.

The 6 month Average sale price for Town Homes in Sidney was: $ 389,731.
This compares to an average sale price of $ 351,544. during the same 6 month period last year.
For a change of 9.8% increase over the past year.

This month the Median sale price for Town Home in Sidney was: $ 320,000.
This compares to a Median sale price of $470,000. during the same month last year.
For a change of -46.9 % decline over the past year.

Peter and Linda Pfann, are looking forward with providing you with current market updates when you want them and as accurate as possible to your specific requirements and needs.
If we have not posted the information about a lower Vancouver Island community that you wish information about, please Talk To Peter at www.pfanntastic.com or (250) 213-9490, and it will be our pleasure to assist in any way possible with current and detailed market information.

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Peter Pfann,

CPCA, ABR, SRES, E-Pro, IMSD, Master ASA, C-CREC, Associate Broker.

Text or Talk To Peter @: (1) 250 - 213 - 9490  

peterpfann@gmail.com  www.pfanntastic.com

Pfanntastic Properties in Victoria, BC, Canada, @ Fair  Realty Since 1986.

Regional office: 1540 Fort St Victoria, BC V8S 5J2

 

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