⭐Courtenay Real Estate Overview⭐
The ⭐Courtenay housing market⭐ dates back to about 1915 when the community became a city. This market occupies the geographic centre of the Comox Valley. Some of the homes in the Old Orchard area of the city date back to the turn of the Century and they rest prominently on land that is revered by local residents for its proximity to the downtown city centre. The City of Courtenay is the main engine of the Comox Valley resale homes market. This city comprises about 53% of the total single-family homes sales in this region of Vancouver Island. In ⭐2019⭐, the average Courtenay single-family home sold for approximately $680,00. In contrast, the average price for this type of house in the entire valley was closer to $600,000. The sale price of homes in Courtenay currently varies by district. For example, in Courtenay East at the end of February ⭐2021⭐, the average sale price of a single family home was $754,022.00 and the median sale price was $726,000.00
A total of 427 homes were sold in ⭐Courtenay⭐ throughout the year at prices that ranged from just over $235,000 to 2.825 million dollars. There were 18 that sold for more than $1 million and only 11 that sold for less than $300,000. Many homes sold in the $500,000 to $600,000 range. Split level homes were common along with ranchers and rancher style homes. Main level entry, two storey, West Coast contemporary, semi-custom and custom built were among the many different homes styles that are frequently found on the Courtenay real estate market.
⭐Courtenay Real Estate⭐
⭐Listings last updated August 1st, 2021⭐
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Located on the east coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Courtenay is the only place that’s classed a “city” in the Comox Valley and is situated around 100 km northwest of Nanaimo.The city, which sits on the Strait of Georgia, has a population of more than 25,000 people, and covers an area of 26 sq. km.is situated near the communities of Courtenay, Royston, Cumberland, and Grantham. Part of the city extends along the shoreline of the Courtenay River that empties into the Comox Bay on part of the Comox Peninsula. The area is home to plenty of wildlife and natural beauty, with mountain areas, forests, parks, golf courses, and beaches. Recently, the business friendly city has become a focus of relocation.
Courtenay, British Columbia
Province: British Columbia
Area: 32.41 km2