Sarah Baikie - RE/MAX Check Realty - Campbell River area

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In 2016, Campbell River’s Real Estate market churned out a record breaking performance. The average price of a single family home increased over the past twelve months by $25,443, with an average of $344,450 by December 31st, 2016. Properties sold on average for 99% of list price within 56 days on market.

 

The baby boomer migration to Vancouver Island is well underway. Dan Samson, Managing Broker at Remax Check Realty, aptly calls it “the Grey Tsunami” and this trend has legs to continue for many years to come.

 

In total, Campbell River saw 654 single family homes sold, up 34% from 2015’s total of 489. The Sell/List ratio rapidly rose to 84% - that is for every 10 units listed, 8.4 of them sold - leaving Campbell River with a jaw-dropping year end inventory of only 94 listings. The lowest seen since the 1990s.

 

Campbell River’s prized house plans were ranchers and patio homes, preferred by retirees who make up 62% of the market.

 

Patio homes sales thundered down the track and into the home stretch. Year to date sales increased by 114% with the average sale price per unit rising by 29% and selling on average for 101% of list price. If you bought a patio home in 2016 you paid an average of $302,954.

 

Buyers researched their way up Island and compared value. The average price of a single family home in Duncan was $389,900, Nanaimo $447,300, Qualicum $482,500, Comox $413,500 and by the time they arrived at Campbell River the decision was made to purchase into our community with an average of $344,500. Just to magnify that statistic - the same house in Comox costs you approximately $68,000 more and in Qualicum $138,000 more. The average price of a lot in Campbell River is $139,200, basically the same amount of additional purchasing power you’d need to buy into Qualicum as compared to Campbell River.

 

Stepping into 2017, the trend of diminishing inventory is casting a fast approaching storm cloud over Vancouver Island, with savvy Buyers making a fast run of it seeking cover via the purchase of property. Campbell River’s builders are doing their best to pump out new inventory with 304 permits issued out of City Hall in the past twelve months, up 56% from the pervious year. DHW Construction Ltd and Osha Construction Ltd are quality builders leading the pack with single family home sales, and NVH Homes leads the pack with patio home sales.

 

Buyers prefer south of town, with 42.4% of sales occurring in Willow Point which is approximately an eight minute drive from the down town core. In December, Jubilee Estates sold out of developed lots, and Maryland Estates only has 3 lots remaining at time of sending out this newsletter. Both of these premier subdivisions will release their final phases in 2017 - it will be a bull rush to secure a lot as some buyers are already trying to reserve their preferred choice.

 

2016 was a fast paced market, allowing for my high-energy optimistic personality to bounce from property to property and sell a city that is hands down unbeatable value.

 

A huge shout out and sincere thank you to all my valued clients! In total, 60 awesome savvy Sellers chose me as their listing Realtor and I closed 89 transactions. The average transactions per Realtor was 10. It was a great challenge and I had a heck of a fun time. I step into 2017 with enthusiasm. Please don’t hesitate to mention my name if you hear of anyone thinking of Buying or Selling. May 2017 be fantastic for you too!

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I’m honoured for my business to be named a nominee for the Campbell River Chamber of Commercie 2016 Business Awards of Distinction.  The winner will be announced October 1st.  Chris Baikie (photography & film), Angela Stone (Unlicensed Assistant) and myself combine our expertise to bring our clients trusted support when buying and selling property.  A big thank you to our past and current clients, without you this nomination would not be possible. 

 

Campbell River’s real estate market continues to perform:

              

  • In the 12 months ending July 31st, 2016 there were 1007 sales of all property types in Campbell River, up 28% over the same period in 2015.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007.
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $330,190 up 6%.  The average lot price is $137,379 up 4%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.  
  • YTD in 2016, a new record high 62 houses per month have sold.  In 2015, 45 houses a month sold.  For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 - 58, for 2006 - 54.
  • In all 2015, houses sold within 70 days for 96% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio (LSR) was 62%.  In July, 2016, houses sold in 62 days for 109% of asking price and the LSR was 97%.
  • YTD 2016, residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 44%, Campbell River Central – 31%, followed by Campbell River West – 10%, Campbell River South - 10%, and Campbell River North – 6%. The single family dwelling inventory is down 33%.
  • Houses make up 68% of the 336 residential properties currently offered for sale.  Condos are 26%, duplexes – 4%, mobile homes – 1%.  The active inventory of all properties is 494, down 33%.
  • The largest single family home price differential is between Campbell River West where the YTD average price is up 20% ($384,481) and Campbell River South where the YTD price is up 5% ($332,238).
  • YTD 2016, 30 houses have sold for less than $200,000.  In 2015, there were 41 houses sold. In 2014 - 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 - 67.
  • YTD 2016 there are 35 residential sales over $500,000, including three sales over $1,000,000, representing 8% of all residential sales.  In 2015 there were 40 sales over $500,000, representing 7%.  There were 26 sales in 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) is $315,500.
  • From Building Links:  for the first half of 2016 as expected, construction statistics of new single family homes are up significantly compared to the same time last year, an increase of 51% for the region of Comox, Courtenay, Cumberland, the CVRD and Campbell River.
  • There are 95 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 1029 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board
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Hot and that’s not the temperature I’m referring to.  If you’re a buyer hoping to purchase into Campbell River’s property market, you better have a good realtor!

 

Low inventory continues to plague our market, a trend that will continue well into 2017.  Sales are up across all sectors – bare land, single family, patio homes and strata. 

 

A successful purchaser must dash out at a new listing, still wearing pj’s with a coffee in hand.  A good realtor know of upcoming listings and informs their client before it has a chance to hit mls.

 

Sellers are grinning!

 

Below are the fast facts for June.

 

  • In the 12 months ending June 30th, 2016 there were 980 sales of all property types in Campbell River, up 27% over the same period in 2015.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007.
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $323,571 up 3%.  The average lot price is $138,508 up 5%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.
  • YTD in 2016, a new record high 59 houses per month have sold.  In 2015, 45 houses a month sold.  For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 - 58, for 2006 - 54.
  • In all 2015, houses sold within 70 days for 96% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio (LSR) was 62%.  In June 2016, houses sold in 53 days for 98% of asking price and the LSR was 98%.
  • YTD 2016, residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 45%, Campbell River Central – 30%, followed by Campbell River West – 10%, Campbell River South - 9%, and Campbell River North – 6%. The single family dwelling inventory is down 27%.
  • Houses make up 67% of the 362 residential properties currently offered for sale. Condos are 29%, duplexes – 2%, mobile homes – 2%.  The active inventory of all properties is 527, down 27%.
  • The largest single family home price differential is between Campbell River West where the YTD average price is up 11% ($385,080) and Campbell River South where the YTD price is down 7% ($296,211).
  • YTD 2016, 28 houses have sold for less than $200,000.  In 2015, there were 41 houses sold. In 2014 - 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 - 67.
  • YTD 2016 there are 24 residential sales over $500,000, representing 7% of all residential sales.  In 2015 there were 40 sales over $500,000, representing 7%.  There were 26 sales in 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) is $309,750.
  • From Building Links - Community site event at John Hart Dam – BC Hydro and InPower BC, will be hosting the second annual community site event at the John Hart Dam on Sunday, July 17, from 10 am to 3 pm. This is a unique annual opportunity to see the construction site and watch the project evolve through 2018. 
  • There are 104 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 1027 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board

 

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While the temperature rises, so too does property values in Vancouver and Victoria.  The trickle effect has made its way to Campbell River, as per the fast facts outlined below.

  • In the 12 months ending April 30th, 2016 there were 911 sales of all property types in Campbell River, up 20% over the same period in 2015.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007.
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $320,309 up 4%.  The average lot price is $138,218 up 5%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.  
  • YTD in 2016, 48 houses per month have sold.  In 2015, 45 houses a month sold.  For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 -58, for 2006 - 54.)
  • In 2015, houses sold within 70 days for 96% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio was 62%.  Currently, houses are selling in 59 days for 98% of asking price and the list/sell ratio is 64%
  • YTD 2016, residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 46%, Campbell River Central – 30%, followed by Campbell River South - 10%, Campbell River West – 9% and Campbell River North – 6%. 
  • Houses make up 68% of the 380 residential properties currently offered for sale.  Condos are 27%, duplexes – 3%, mobile homes – 3%.  The active inventory of all properties is 559, down 19%.
  • The largest single family home price differential is between Willow Point where the YTD average price is up 5% ($321,879) and Campbell River Central where the YTD price is down 10% ($290,825).
  • YTD 2016, 15 houses have sold for less than $200,000.  In 2015, there were 41 houses sold. In 2014 - 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 - 67.
  •  YTD 2016 there are 14 residential sales over $500,000, representing 7% of all residential sales.  In 2015 there were 40 sales over $500,000, representing 7%.  There were 26 sales in 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) is $307,900.
  • From Building Links - 2016 First Quarter Construction Statistics —  Overall construction of single family homes has increased in Comox, Courtenay, CVRD and remains stable in Campbell River, and down significantly in Cumberland, by -47%. The total number of new homes that started construction in January, February and March of 2016 is 65 compared to 52 in 2015, an increase of 25%. Overall construction statistics are down considerably, due to the fact that both of the hospitals were started in 2015. There seems to be an upswing in construction of duplex and patio style homes as well as secondary suites. Overall construction values for the first quarter of 2016 are $37,224,848.
  • There are 103 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 977 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

 

The upswing property market in Campbell River has legs to last for many years as the baby boomers migrate from the mainland to Vancouver Island.

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No doubt you’ve heard about what’s happening to the real estate market in Victoria and Vancouver - multiple offers and headlines reporting sales for a million plus over list price. Campbell River’s property market is heating up too, but rather than taking the stride of a sprinter we have a healthier marathon runner approach. Slow and steady reduction of inventory thus creating a slow and steady upward adjustment of prices.  A healthy positive market with legs to continue in that direction for the long term.

 

The baby boomers are coming to Vancouver Island and Campbell River is holding its head proudly as a favored final destination for active retirees. In 2014, 44% of sales in Campbell River were for retirement purposes. We have the new hospital underway with the roof, siding and windows installed, plus the BC Hydro billion dollar upgrade preparing for 300 trades to arrive and work on the finishing. Both projects are excellent draw cards that see Campbell River providing excellent amenities for the community well into the future.

March 2016 proved to be the distinct turning point for the whole of Vancouver Island. Nanaimo sales were up 26% from March 2015, with a whopping 9 out of every 10 new listings selling. Qualicum/Parksville sales were up 24%, with 7.5 of every 10 new listings selling. Comox sales were up 38%, and Campbell River sales were up 35% with 7.2 of every 10 new listings selling.

 

If you are buying in Nanaimo good luck as the inventory levels are desperately low and reduced by a further -6.2% from February to March. If Nanaimo closed the door on new listings on March 31st and did not list another property there would be only 1.7 months of inventory remaining to satisfy buyer demand. Qualicum/Parksville is in a similar low inventory situation with only 2.3 months of inventory remaining to satisfy buyer demand.

 

Welcome to Campbell River and our ability to provide affordable land to build your new 3 bed 2 bath rancher on.  The average price of land in Campbell River is $129,900, in Comox $171,000, Qualicum/Parksville $190,000 and Nanaimo $159,900.  In March 2016 compared to March 2015, sales of land in Campbell River tripled. Take a drive through Jubilee and Maryland Estates and you’ll see machines digging like crazy. New construction has made a come back and local builders are grinning from ear to ear.

 

With a great sigh of relief for sellers, the strata market in Campbell River has found its legs again. March 2016 saw apartment sales almost triple and up 160% from March 2015. The sell/list ratio shot to 118% which means we sold more than what was listed that month and the inventory levels reduced by 7%. In 2015, the average days to sell was 156 compared to an average of 63 days to sell in March 2016.  The median price of a strata apartment in Campbell River is $129,000, Comox $149,000, Qualicum/Parksville $177,000 and Nanaimo $208,400.

 

I love a busy market - hoping from one sale to another like a little grasshopper yippee. Thank you for your trust, loyalty and recommendations!

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Happy New Year! With 2015 behind us, I always like to step into a new year reflecting on the year that was. I enjoyed sending out my monthly newsletters, analyzing Campbell River's real estate market plus updates on economic activities beyond the real estate front. 

 

2015 proved to be onwards and upwards on all accounts and below you will find my summary of the past 12 months. 

 

Campbell River is a great place to live with a wonderful community. I am grateful for the support and trust that the community extends to me and thank you for choosing me to represent you and recommending me to family, friends and co-workers. Last year, I assisted 68 clients in completed transactions. 46 sellers chose me to list and sell their home, when the average listings per agent is 8. I am extremely grateful and account my success to the quality of the relationships that I have with my clients, the support of my brokerage Remax Check Realty, my assistant Angela Stone for her hard work, friendship and accepting anything and everything that I send her way, and Chris Baikie for his brilliant photos, movies and digital support. Being at the forefront of technology and communicating digitally to potential buyers is key to my marketing. 

 

I look forward to working together in 2016. Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions you may have at any stage. Keep the recommendations coming.  My best wishes to you on a personal front for 2016. May it be epic.

 

Some December Fast Facts:

 

  • In the 12 months ending December 31st, 2015 there were 799 sales of all property types in Campbell River, up 2% over 2014.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007.

 

  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $318,670 up 5%.  The average lot price is $134,828 up 7%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.

 

  • In 2015, 45 houses a month sold.  (For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 -58, for 2006 - 54.)

 

  • In 2015, houses sold within 70 days for 96% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio was 6%.

 

  • In 2015, residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 45%, Campbell River City – 33%, followed by Oyster River North - 10%, Quinsam/Campbellton – 8% and Campbell River North – 4%.

 

  • Houses make up 63% of the 291 residential properties currently offered for sale.  Condos are 32%, duplexes – 2%, mobile homes – 3%.  The active inventory of all properties is 485, down 14%.

 

  • The largest single family home price differential is between Willow Point where the 2015 average price is up 8% ($336,149) and Quinsam/Campbellton where the price is down 4% ($278,967).

 

  • In 2015, 41 houses sold for less than $200,000. In 2014 there were 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 - 67.

 

  • In 2015 there were 40 residential sales over $500,000, representing 7% of the total sales.  There were 26 sales over $500,000 in all of 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) for 2015 is $305,000.

 

  • There are 101 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 972 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

 

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Real Estate Fast Facts on Campbell River

 

  • In the 12 months ending October 31st, 2015 there were 774 sales of all property types in Campbell River, down 1% over the same period in 2014.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007. 
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $313,934 up 3%.  The average lot price is $135,079 up 11%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.  
  • YTD 2015, 46 houses a month have sold.  (For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 -58, for 2006 - 54.)
  • In October, houses sold within 75 days for 95% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio was 69%. 
  • YTD 2015, residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 44%, Campbell River City – 35%, followed by Oyster River North - 9%, Quinsam/Campbellton – 8% and Campbell River North – 4%. 
  • Houses make up 64% of the 414 residential properties currently offered for sale.  Condos are 30%, duplexes – 3%, mobile homes – 3%.  The active inventory of all properties is 645, down 8%.
  • The largest single family home price differential is between Willow Point where the 12 month average price is up 6% ($328,480) and Quinsam/Campbellton where the price is virtually unchanged ($284,856).
  • YTD 2015, 37 houses have sold for less than $200,000. In all of 2014 there were 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 - 67.
  • YTD there have been 35 residential sales over $500,000.  There were 26 sales over $500,000 in all of 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) for 2015 is $303,000.
  • From Building Links:  Construction values were up by 121% during the third quarter of 2015 compared to 2014, mostly due to construction of the new hospitals in Campbell River and Courtenay and the John Hart Dam generating station replacement project. Total values this quarter were $274 million compared to $123 million last year. The detailed design is nearly complete for the City of Campbell River water supply project. The first of two tender packages for this project is expected to be released in December or January. Construction will be done in two phases, beginning with the lake intake in February of 2016, followed by the pump station and treatment building to begin in August of 2016. Tenders for the pump station are expected to be issued in February of 2016.
  • There are 98 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 968 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

 

Statistics from VIREB and Building Links, October 31st, 2015

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Real Estate Fast Facts on Campbell River


  • In the 12 months ending September 30th, 2015 there were 804 sales of all property types in Campbell River, an increase of 8% over the same period in 2014.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007. 
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $315,408 up 3%.  The average lot price is $135,566 up 17%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.  
  • YTD 2015, 47 houses a month have sold.  (For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 -58, for 2006 - 54.)
  • Houses are currently (September) selling within 57 days for 96% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio is 56%. 
  • YTD 2015 residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 44%, Campbell River City – 35%, followed by Oyster River North - 9%, Quinsam-Campbellton – 8% and Campbell River North – 4%. 
  • Houses make up 71% of the 419 residential properties currently offered for sale.  Condos are 23%, duplexes – 4%, mobile homes – 2%.  The active inventory of all properties is 644, down 9%.
  • The largest single family home price differential is between Willow Point where the 12 month average price is up 6% ($328,501) and Campbell River North where the price is down 10% ($291,783).
  • YTD 2015, 29 houses have sold for less than $200,000. In all of 2014 there were 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 - 67.
  • YTD there have been 35 residential sales over $500,000.  There were 26 sales over $500,000 in all of 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) for 2015 is $303,400.
  • From Building Links: A development permit has been submitted for a new building to house the Ford dealership in Campbell River. The building will be 30,000 sq. ft. in size. Construction drawings are underway and the project consultant is Ketza Pacific Construction.
  • A development permit application has been submitted for the new 18,000 sq. ft. addition and renovation to the Toyota building in Campbell River. Some of the existing building will be demolished. Ketza Pacific Construction is the project manager. Construction is expected to begin in early 2016 once the building permit is in place.
  • There are 97 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 965 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.
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Real Estate Fast Facts on Campbell River

 

  • In the 12 months ending July 31st, 2015 there were 785 sales of all property types in Campbell River, an increase of 5% over the same period in 2014.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007. 
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $312,427, up 3%.  The average lot price is $131,736, up 16%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.  
  • YTD 2015, 46 houses a month have sold.  (For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 -58, for 2006 - 54.) 
  • Houses are currently (in the month of July) selling with 75 days for 95% of their asking price.  The list/sell ratio is 61%.
  • YTD 2015 residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 43%, Campbell River City – 36%, followed by Oyster River North - 9%, Quinsam-Campbellton – 8% and Campbell River North – 3%. 
  • Houses make up 69% of the 492 residential properties currently offered for sale, condos are 24%, duplexes – 4%, mobile homes – 3%.  The active inventory of all properties is 736, down 7%.
  • The largest inventory of single family dwellings is in Willow Point (140) where the average price is up 4% ($323,926), followed by Campbell River City (82) where prices are up 3% ($305,652).
  •  The greatest current single family home price differential is between Willow Point where the average price is up 4% ($323,926) and Campbell River North where the price is down 7% ($286,328).
  •  YTD 2015, 23 houses sold for less than $200,000. In all of 2014 there were 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 -67.
  • YTD there have been 26 sales over $500,000.  There were 26 sales over $500,000 in 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) for 2015 is $305,000.
  • There are 14 SFD waterfront listings currently on the market, priced from $379,999 to $1,850,000. There are 12 waterfront condos listed from $174,800to $324,900. The highest priced residential sale YTD was for $840,000
  • There are 100 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 963 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

 

 

 

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Real Estate Fast Facts on Campbell River

 

  • In the 12 months ending June 30th, 2015 there were 773 sales of all property types in Campbell River, nearly identical to the same period in 2014.  The highest number of annual sales was 1181 in 2007. 
  • The 12 month average sale price of a Campbell River home is $313,632, up 5%.  The average lot price is $132,466 up 20%. If you purchased an ‘average’ home in 2006, you paid $265,602.  If you bought an average lot, you paid $103,171.  
  •  YTD 2015, 44 houses a month have sold.  (For all 2014 - 46, for 2013 – 42, for 2012 – 37, for 2011- 41, for 2010 - 36, for 2009 - 44, for 2008 - 38, for 2007 -58, for 2006 - 54.) 
  • YTD 2015 residential sales occurred in Willow Point – 42%, Campbell River City – 38%, followed by Oyster River North - 9%, Quinsam-Campbellton – 8% and Campbell River North – 3%. 
  • Houses make up 67% of the 478 residential properties currently offered for sale, condos are 26%, duplexes – 3%, mobile homes – 4%.  The active inventory of all properties is 719, down 7%.
  • The largest inventory of single family dwellings is in Willow Point (122) where the average price is up 4% ($320,188), followed by Campbell River City (90) where prices are up 7% ($310,640).
  • The greatest current single family home price differential is between Willow Point where the average price is up 4% ($320,188) and Campbell River North where the price is down 11% ($283,697).
  • YTD 2015, 20 houses sold for less than $200,000. In all of 2014 there were 48.  In 2013 – 59, in 2012 – 52, in 2011 – 56, in 2010 – 36, in 2009 -67.
  • YTD there have been 18 sales over $500,000.  There were 26 sales over $500,000 in 2014, in 2013 -15, in 2012 – 20, in 2011 – 26, in 2010 – 15, in 2009 -10, in 2008 – 26. The 12 month median price (half sales above, half below) for 2015 is $305,000.
  • There are 16 SFD waterfront listings currently on the market, priced from $399,500 to $1,850,000. There are 17 waterfront condos listed from $179,800 to $324,900. The highest priced   residential sale YTD was for $999,000.
  • There are 100 REALTORS® in Campbell River among the 963 members of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.
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Real Estate Fast Facts on Campbell River

 

 

  • Residential sales increased by 25% for February 2015 compared to February 2014. 

 

  • The average sale price was 96% of the listing price of the home.

 

  • The median sale price of a Campbell River home for the month of February was $269,300 which indicates that the strongest sales activity was for homes in the lower price range.

 

  • The sell/list ratio (number of sales compared to the number of listings for the month) was 56% - a relatively high number (in fact it was the highest of all the communities included within the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board).  A high number indicates a ‘tightening’ of supply which often leads to higher prices.

 

  • There were 203 homes listed for sale at the end of February – up a modest 3.9%.  Typically listings increase dramatically in that period after Christmas as Vendors make the decision to sell into the spring the market.  Again this was the lowest percentage increase within the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.

 

  • There were 7 lot sales this month compared to 4 during the same period last year.  The average price was $128,900 compared to $99,500 last year – up 30%.  Part of this increase is a general price increase but also includes the impact of selling more expensive ocean view lots from a new subdivision recently listed for sale.  We anticipate that lot prices will remain at this level for the foreseeable future.

 

  • The activity in the strata apartment market is stable with the a modest increase in the number of sales this year (4 sales vs 2 sales)  The selling prices to list price was a weak 88% of the list price. Inventory of strata apartments for sale is still high at 60 units representing 16 months of supply.

 

  • The number of enquiries by prospective clients was the strongest in for the month in the last 3 years so we anticipate a continued active Campbell River real estate market.
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Real Estate Fast Facts on Campbell River

 

  • For the month of January 2015 there were 17 residential home sales - a 35% decrease from the 26 sales in 2013. 
  • This decrease is attributed to the drastic decrease in oil prices which may affect employment of those that are living in our City but are commuting to work.  There was a year over year decrease in sales in all the east coast communities with exception of the Nanaimo area.
  • The median sale price of a Campbell River home for the month of January was $337,500 - up 32.5 % from the previous month.  This is the first time since the early 2000’s that Campbell River’s median home price was higher than the median home price in the Comox Valley ( which was $305,00 for the month of December - although this is considered an aberration).  However it does indicate the continued convergence of the real estate prices in all the Vancouver Island east coast communities.
  • There was only one lot sale during the month at $119,800 (the number of sales, or lack thereof is typical for this time of the year – last year there were no lot sales!)
  • The strata apartment market finally appears to be stabilizing with the same number of sales this year same as last yewars (2 sales)  The selling prices were within 95% of the list price. However the inventory of strata apartment is still high at 60 units representing over 2 years of supply.
  • The strata patio home market continues to be stable with sale prices within 98% of the list price.  Inventory of units for sale did not change from the December inventory of 22 units.  Patio homes continue to be a very popular with retirees.
  •  Every dark cloud has silver linings and the drastic decline in world oil prices is definitely ‘a dark cloud’ but the silver linings include:
    • Lower interest rates.  Five year fixed rates are as low as 2.99 per cent compounded semiannually and variable fixed term rates are as low as 2.6% calculating monthly.
    • Many older employees working in the oil fields will take this opportunity to retire and move to Vancouver Island
  • Also Campbell River is fortunate to be inoculated against a possible down turn in the Canadian economy due to the current capital investment of approximately $2 Billion being invested in the Campbell River area over the next 10 years  (Yes that is $2 Billion with a “B”)
  • All in all, we are expecting a stable real estate market in 2015 with a good chance of it being stronger than last year’s.
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Many major projects are underway here in Campbell River.

 

Here is a look at some of the major projects that have been completed this past year or are in the works for 2015:

Seymour Pacific’s Head Office officially opened its doors in the fall of 2014.  With its West Coast inspired design, rain gardens, water feature and 200+ employees, the down town core is enjoying the benefits.

Berwick By the Sea Residences is a prestigious retirement community that completed construction in 2014 and started moving in occupants this past fall. 

 

The new Comfort Inn is the latest building to be added to our downtown.  Located beside Berwick Residences, the 4 story hotel is making the most of its close proximity to the ocean, planning on most of the 55 units featuring an ocean view.  Plans include an indoor pool, fitness room, a business centre and two meeting rooms.

 

The New Hospital broke ground in 2013.  To date, the concrete foundation is being poured and two cranes have been moved on site to begin constructing the walls.  Wanting to hire as many local workers as possible, the Chief Project Office of the build has partnered up with the Director of Program Standards with the Industry Training Authority of BC, North Island College and North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society.  They have teamed up to create a plan with NIC on creating programs to address hiring needs, including improving some shorter-term certificates such as first aid training, dry walling, general labour training, and adding programs like the Constructing Craft worker.

 

New Horizons Residential Care Facility has been chosen by Island Health to build a new wing, adding forty new publicly funded beds and five new private pay beds.  Twenty of the publicly funded beds will deliver licensed dementia care and twenty will deliver more complex care services.  This will make a total of 126 residential care capacity beds and 13 private pay beds.  Construction is slated to begin in 2015, is expected to take 21 months, with the wing opening in 2017.

 

BC Hydro Projects:

  • $1 billion John Hart Hydro Project – Construction continues on the upgrade and overhaul of the generating station.  Ground blasting is rumoured to be starting soon and January to March should see the continuation of site prep and tree falling.  Managers hope to see a 90% local hire rate in the coming year.
  • Seismic Upgrades to the John Hart and Strathcona Dams will start as the Generating station work closes.  This project is another major undertaking and is expected to cost in the hundreds of millions.
  • Upgrading the local Distribution Grid is another Hydro project just announced.  Noticing that the grid currently serving Campbell River is nearing capacity due to Campbell River’s growth, Hydro plans on spending $25 million to increase supply to local customers.  The upgrade also ensures that there will be enough capacity for further future growth in residential and commercial development.  Combined with the other major projects, BC Hydro estimates it will be working in Campbell River for at least the next 20 years.
  • BC Hydro’s New Office at Quinsam Crossing officially opened and staff moved out of the 40 year old office into the new building earlier this month.

 

Quicksilver LNG Plant has Campbell River anxiously waiting to hear more news.   Already starting its reclamation project of the old mill site, this is potentially a multi-billion dollar project.  With several LNG projects moving ahead across the province (ExxonMobil proposed plant in Prince Rupert, Woodfibre LNG in Squamish & Shell-led LNG Canada proposal in Kitimat), Campbell Riverites remain hopeful that positive news is headed our way.

 

The New Mayor, Andy Adams is clear on his agenda on making positive economic changes in Campbell River.  His first objective is to revive the forestry industry in Campbell River and has already resurrected the Future of Forestry Task Force, choosing former mayor Charlie Cornfield to lead it.  The task force’s aim is to rejuvenate the industry and attract forestry businesses into Campbell River, working closely with forest-related companies in Campbell River and Vancouver Island.  One main goal of the task force will be to establish a community forest in Campbell River.  Community forests are located on provincial land and leased by a community for 25 yrs with a renewable option every 10 yrs.  This community forest could be a positive source of revenue for the city and also be a working lab for expanded forestry related programs at North Island College.

 

Elk Falls Suspension Bridge, is a $650,000 venture started by the Rotary Club.  With some help from BC Hydro, construction started earlier in 2014 and everyone involved is hoping it will be open in the spring or fall of 2015.  The bridge will stretch 64 meters and hover 65 meters over the falls.  Also being constructed are two new viewing platforms and a new 80 stall parking lot.

 

Campbell River is a hive of activity; I’ll keep you posted as more major projects are announced!



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Each month the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB) generates statistical data based on Multiple Listing Service (MLS) activity. Campbell River is broken down to five sub areas: Campbell River North, Quinsam/Campbellton, Campbell River City, Willow Point and Oyster River North.

 

Over the past three years, Campbell River’s single family home sales demonstrated solid gradual upward growth.

In 2014, 855 single family homes were listed in Campbell River with 512 sold. That’s a 12% increase from 2013’s sales. The majority of sales occurred in Willow Point (41.8%). The remaining occurred in Campbell River City (36.8%), Oyster River North (11.4%), Quinsam/Campbellton (6.7%) and Campbell River North (3.4%). The average price of a home in 2012 was $287,037, in 2013 it rose to $293,037 and in 2014 it continued upwards to $303,453. If you’re a first time homebuyer or investor, and did not snap up a property in the past three years, your hesitation has cost you.

 

In 2012, single family homes on average sold for 95% of list price with an average of 82 days on market to sell. Sellers were able to breathe easier in 2013, gaining upwards to 97% of list price and shortening to 68 days on market to sell. The past twelve months displayed a similar steady performance with sellers receiving on average 96% of list price with an average of 76 days to sell. Inventory is tightening, only slightly downward by -6.9% at year end, however it’s enough to flash a green light at buyers to hustle to make a purchase if they have not already. With the continued trend of increasing sales and shrinking inventory, further upward pressure will be applied on prices.

 

In 2014, the hottest single family home price range was $200,000 to $350,000. Breaking it down, 115 homes priced $200,000-$250,000 sold, 122 homes priced $250-000-$300,000 and 128 homes priced $300,000-$350,000.

 

A mistake is to presume this trend applies to all sectors of the market, such as bare land, patio homes, strata apartments, high end homes, acreages and waterfront. I’ll discuss these sectors further in the coming weeks. It’s in your best interest to seek guidance from a Realtor® in this changing market.

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With the average price of a homes in Campbell River rising and inventory shrinking, the occurrence of multiple offers becomes more frequent. A multiple offer situation is when more than one buyer makes an offer on the same property at the same time.

 

If you are a seller this is great news, having more than one person offering to buy your home creates a bidding war and the sale price should rise accordingly. If you are a buyer, the news is not so good.

 

When a multiple offer presents itself, the seller’s Realtor® should instruct you that you are now in a multiple offer situation, and will be given a chance to present your offer at a specified time with the other potential buyers. It should be made very clear by your Realtor® that the offer you present should be your best and final offer as you rarely get a counter offer from the seller in a multiple offer situation. If another offer is more appealing to the seller then the one you present, it is generally accepted outright and you need to look for another home.

 

How do you make your offer more appealing?

  •  Offer more money. Who doesn’t want more money? Don’t overextend yourself though, talk to your mortgage broker and get a ceiling price before you make an offer. If financing allows, be bold on the purchase price. The average price of a home is rising, so if you offer more than what you would have offered prior to it becoming a multiple offer, a year down the track after you’ve been living in the home and making memories with your family, do you really think you’ll regret the additional amount that ensured your offer was the chosen one? If you decide to blow the competition out of the water and offer substantially higher than list price, you are not the first one to do that. That approach is for the brave and bold. Each buyer is their own unique personality, and personality can influence the amount offered, despite guidance offered from their Realtor®. Some buyers will cringe at the chance to compete in a multiple offer and bow out of the race.
  •  Increase your deposit. A larger deposit shows the seller that you are a serious buyer.
  •  Keep your subject clauses simple. The less clauses, the better. Keep the subject removal dates as short as possible. Talk to your Realtor® about what clauses to use to keep you protected and in the running to buy the home you want.
  •  Make your completion and possession dates flexible. Generally the sooner the better, but be willing to adjust them to the seller’s needs if necessary. It’s ok for your Realtor® to ask the seller if there are dates that they would ideally prefer.
  • Get your Realtor® to ask the List Agent if the other buyers have any information that you don’t already have. Such as, what appliances the seller would be willing to be sold with the home. You don’t want to lose out on the sale because your offer asked for too many included items when the other offers did not. It’s a chance to sound out sellers needs and wants prior to submitting your offer.
  • Best not knock on the seller’s door and have a private chat. Can you imagine how upset you’d be if you heard the competing buyers did that to you? That type of unfair approach can become costly if lawyers get involved.

 

Remember, that you may only get one chance in a multiple offer situation. The final outcome is that there is only one winner. The disappointment can be quite staggering if it is not you.

 

If you want to avoid getting into multiple offer situations, get your offer accepted as fast as possible as soon as you know that property is the one for you. Submitting a lowball offer, in a rising market, only keeps your offer open unnecessarily allowing others to put an offer in while you are countering back and forth with the seller. It can also prejudice a seller against you if it becomes a multiple offer situation, particularly when your offer and another offer are very similar.

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Hi to all and hoping you’re having as great a summer as we are. The consistent and extended hot weather is much like a typical Summer from my birthplace, Melbourne. It makes me chuckle if a client says it’s too hot, my reply is “we’re only getting started, no one’s cooking an egg on the sidewalk yet”.

 

To top off the great weather, my sales this year are a personal best taking me to number one selling agent for our office. A sincere thank you to current and previous clients for trusting me, family and friends for recommending me, and Chris for his amazing virtual tours and photos. We’re focusing on how buyers are introduced to a property. We’ve fine tuned our approach, tailoring efforts to online rather than print campaigns, and ensuring our online content is as good as anywhere in the world. Chris often appears from his very messy media room and declares the new toy purchase:

“I need a steady cam, there’s a realtor in Florida and his virtual tour…”

“I need a drone helicopter, there’s a realtor in Sydney….”.

So far so good with the new toy purchases; no seaplane or boat request yet, phew.

 

This year I’ve done more open houses than ever before, my favorite buyer meet-and-greet. Previously I’d do three on a Saturday, but this year I was pumping out four on Saturdays. On Sundays we have dinner at Chris’s parents’ house, and my father-in-law one night said he saw me running. We had a good laugh. With the weather being so hot, no one is bothering to come to open houses, but trust me when I say I’ll be back at her once the cooler weather comes.

 

Campbell River is a great market to buy into with solid gradual upward growth. June saw 64 single family homes sell, well beyond the 37 units sold in June 2013. 2013s average single family sale price was $287,733, and has since increased to $302,679 this year and rising. Around town many projects have broken ground, to name a few: the new hospital, the BC Hydro upgrade, and the new Comfort Inn Hotel. Staff at Seymour Pacific Developments have moved into their fancy new digs, and Berwick By the Sea retirement home will have residents moving in by the Fall.

 

Bare Land is another great indicator of our City’s upward market. In 2013, the average price for a lot was $100,966. As of July 2014 the average price is $113,895 and rising. The sell price/list price ratio is 100%, which means lots are selling for full price.  Jubilee Estates has just released 32 new lots in Phase 6, great sized lots within a subdivision of tree-lined side walks, walking trails connecting to Maryland Estates and Willow Creek Conservation area, and a short stroll to the Sea Walk.

 

The condo market is dancing to a different tune. Sales are sluggish, with 3 units selling in July 2014, compared to 7 the same month the previous year. Of those sales, on average they took 198 days to sell and sold for 93% of list price. The condo market is an apt should’ve, could’ve, would’ve story. In years to come, many will kick themselves for not taking advantage and purchasing one of these units that showcases world-class ocean and coastal mountain views. Buy at today’s prices, rent it out until you are ready to downsize to condo living. I have two lovely waterfront condo listings, one in Hidden Harbour and one at Willow Point Estates, both allow rentals.

Keep having a great Summer!

 

 

 

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Hi All, the property management department at Remax Check Realty has spread the word to the sales team:

 

"If anyone has buyers looking for investment properties, property management needs new inventory – we’re out of houses, esp. 4 + bedrooms and there’s increasing demand."

 

One more indicator amongst many that Campbell River's real estate market is upwards and onwards. 42% of Buyers purchasing homes in Campbell River live within the area. Of those, 40% are residents of Campbell River for less than one year. Buyers like to 'temp rent' and try out Campbell River before they buy. If the property management department is out of inventory, as a Realtor, that tells me there are a lot more buyers in the wood work.

 

Campbell River's property values are excellent compared to Vancouver Island as a whole. In February, the median price of a single family home was $294,355 and the median price of a lot was $104,000. When taking into consideration the economic boom projects such as the BC Hydro dam upgrade and the new hospital build, both in construction over the next five years. The incoming construction workers for these projects will require rental accommodation. 

 

Last week's top pick investment property 738 Beaver Lodge Road, mls # 370543, $284,900 zoned R1A with a legal 3 bedroom suite below.  Listed on Friday, March 7, it had an accepted offer on the very next day on March 8th.

 

This week's top pick investment property, Vanessa Hird’s 778 Beaver Lodge.  See the list below to see my other ‘stand out’ properties.  Let me know if you have any questions on any properties.

 

Strata Properties

401-322 Birch mls 370967

110-824 Isl S. Hwy mls 371064

 

Little Ranchers

78 Washington mls 364718

624 Niluht mls 370875

 

Suites and Suitable

1048 Galerno $313,900  mls 370922

331 Birch $228,800 mls 370878 (sold in 6 days)

975 Alder $267,700  mls 371096

555 Birch $289,900 mls 371372

361 Parkway $309,900 mls 370929

13-2033 Varsity Landing $339,000 mls 366428

 

Duplex

361 Mclean $279,900 mls 371377

778 Beaver Lodge Rd $309,000 mls 369419

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Each month the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB) generates statistical data based on Multiple Listing Service (MLS) activity. Campbell River is broken down to five sub areas: Campbell River North, Quinsam/Campbellton, Campbell River City, Willow Point and Oyster River North.

 

In 2013, 778 single family homes were listed in Campbell River with 457 sold. That’s an impressive 59% sell-to-list ratio compared to 2012’s 47% sell-to-list ratio. The majority of sales occurred in Willow Point (47.6%). The remaining occurred in Campbell River City (32%), Oyster River North (8.6%), Quinsam/Campbellton (6.6%) and Campbell River North (5.2%). The average price of a home in 2012 was $287,922 and in 2013 it rose to $293,037. If you’re a first time homebuyer or investor, and did not snap up a property in the past year, your hesitation cost you approximately $5,000. That’s a new roof or a holiday!

 

In 2013, the hottest single family home price range was $200,000 to $350,000. Breaking it down, 115 homes priced $200,000-$250,000, 118 homes priced $250-000-$300,000 and 107 homes priced $300,000-$350,000. The reigning queen house style was a rancher (with a minimum of 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms) with 165 selling from January 1st 2013 to December 31st 2013. A remarkable 36% of 2013s total single family home sales.

 

In 2012, single family homes on average sold for 95% of list price with an average of 82 days on market to sell. Sellers were able to breath easier in 2013, gaining upwards to 97% of list price and 68 days on market to sell.

 

If you purchased property in Campbell River in 2013, nice one! You deserve more than a pat on the back, you’ve earned a holiday!

 

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Where do Campbell River's buyers come from? MLS does an Island wide annual survey but as we know Campbell River is very different from Courtenay, Nanaimo, Parksville etc


At Remax Check Realty, when we sell a home we have to complete a survey about the buyer. Our admin department has been tracking our survey results since 2010. Here's Campbell River's results for 2012 in a snapshot:
- 42% of buyers are from within the Campbell River area, 24% of buyers are from elsewhere on Vancouver Island, other BC 9%, Alberta 9%, Vancouver 3% and Victoria 2.4%. It pays to market locally! But not necessarily in print, keep reading and see below
- Before their purchase, 40% of buyers have lived in the community for less than a year. Try before you buy!
- 49% of buyers purchase their home for retirement. Baby Boomer alert! In 2010 it was only 40% and 2011 43%
- 71% of the buyers purchase a single family home, 8% apartment condo, 6% patio home, 0.7% acreage with house

- 36% of buyers first become aware of a property by their Realtor bringing it to their attention, 34% the internet, 3% relative or friend, 12% signage, 7% mls catalogue, 2% newspaper (it's true, the Homefinder is typically where sellers shop for a listing agent, and the curious community check out what homes in their neighbourhood are going for. It's not necessarily the lift out guide for buyers. What's interesting is, Sellers are for the most, adamant about having their homes advertised in the local paper)
- 27% of buyers choose a Realtor recommended to them by a friend or family member (please don't hesitate to mention my name), 16% prior client, 8% out of town Realtor referral, 9% trawling the internet, 5% walking into the office.
As a Realtor I genuinely appreciate the collation of stats, it better directs my advertising and marketing, it's what helps me to know how to get my listings SOLD!

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Hey, g'day! New listing 2060 Willis has sparked my curiosity today! I had to jump in my car and take a drive by.... it's 3 acres of level land listed for $350,000 which got my mind crunching numbers as to what it should sell for. 


What's interesting is this area of town is fully serviced (including sewer, although it's not pedestrian friendly but that will change in a matter of time when new roads and footpaths go in, the residents are making enough noise about that issue at City Hall), it's got larger parcels of land that can be subdivided (not today, sit on it and in the future as the population growth demands), close to downtown and it's level so not much dirt to shift around which cuts development costs. Basically, the Petersen/Willis Road area is an opportunity to become a future mini developer ka-ching, OR sit on it (earn revenue by renting the improvements) and flip it to someone else who can be bothered developing).


When I drove by 2060 Willis there was an excavator tearing up the front drive from the road right to the junky trailer that's noted on the listing as being "too dangerous to enter". Hmm, broken water main maybe? A nearby resident said they're putting in water lines etc which doesn't make sense as that would already be in place...? I'll dig around for more info as that's pertinent to value, especially if it's being set up for two residences with separate access on the same piece of land.


The listing (mls 358904) also says there is a two bedroom home that is apparently "renovated from the outside in" and for the life of me I can't see it even when I drove around the outer edge of the property.


Fair Market Value? Here are some of the recent sales and listings I'd be taking into account when crunching numbers. Basically, my approach comes down to calculating the price per square foot (of the land) after I've shaved off the improvements of 1) the subject property and 2) each comparable; and then I tack the improvements back on to the subject 2060 Willis. To do this I'd need to view 2060 Willis and get some answers as to what he excavator was up to and the condition of the mysterious 2 bedroom renovated home. I'm viewing the subject property hopefully Monday morning.


Here's a couple of comparables:
- Shady Stables which is a boomerang throw away, sold last week for $680,000 and is 5 acres with a newer 3 bed 2 bath rancher and many horsey type outbuildings/improvements of value.
- A month ago, my husband Chris was involved with the sale of a 12 acre property on Petersen Road that has a larger two level home in fair/good shape (drive by and you can see the siding being replaced at the moment), which sold for high $800s.
At the top end of Shetland Road is 15 acres, currently for sale at $850,000 which includes a good condition renovated trailer.
It's actually a positive that the area is not currently pedestrian friendly otherwise these parcels of land would be going for way more.

Listed by Toni and Carol at Remax Check Realty, clickety click on the link or best take a drive byhttp://toniandcarol.com/real-estate.php?view=39291


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