Ottawa Real Estate Market Stats - Townhomes For Sale
We have secret information about the Ottawa Real Estate Market.
I did the homework for you.
I'm Chelsea Hamre from the Hamre Team at RE/MAX Affiliates in Ottawa, and the facts are impressive.
I want to share them with you. Take a look, we compared the three hottest neighborhoods in Ottawa Orleans', Barrhaven and Kanata.
We looked at town homes, three plus bedrooms, one on suite and a one car garage.
Now take a look. In Orleans, the active number of current townhomes is 48 with an average price point of $660K Barrhaven, close in numbers, 49 with an average price point of $697K, about $37,000 more for the same price category.✍
Now onto Kanata - greater number of current active listings at 64 with an average of $705K.✍
That's about a $45,000 difference from one part of town to the other from the west end back to the east end.
Now let's take a look at the solds. You're looking at a, within the last month, there were 36 sales in Orleans with an average sale price of $645K. Interesting enough, how it's lower than the average list price point.
Fun-fact, maybe we're getting a shift in the market.
Then we look at Barrhaven, again, with the same number of solds as in Orleans. So very comparable in number.
However, the average price point of sales is about $20,000 more.
Now into Kanata. Again, same trend of seeing more volume. So 54 sales within last month with an average price point of $680K, again, seeing the trend of the sale price being lower than the active prices.
What we're seeing right now is that there's a good amount of inventory for you buyers out there.
Whether you're looking to get a deal on location, or price. There are great options out there for you.
We would love to help.
I'm Chelsea Hamre from the Hamre Team at RE/MAX Affiliates in Ottawa
Contact me to set up a buyer consultation, or just talk about those next steps of what we can do to help.
Stay tuned for our next series. It will likely be single family homes.
We'll talk to you soon. Take care.
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