House for Sale Kelowna

If you are thinking of listing your house for sale in Kelowna there has never been a better time to bite the bullet. The Kelowna real estate market is on fire and that means that historically speaking, you have a better chance than ever to list and sell your house fetching a better price in a shorter period of time. The selling price of an average two-storey home for sale in Kelowna in the first quarter of 2016 was $631,200, up 13 per cent from the $558,300 a year earlier. Bungalows, usually considered a bi-level in Kelowna, are currently changing hands at an average $472,500, up 2.4 per cent from $461,500 a year ago. This increase has created what is commonly known as a seller’s market in the Kelowna area. With that being said, having a house for sale in Kelowna is not a slam dunk if you don’t have a reputable agent and brand to guide you through the process of listing and selling. There are a number of factors involved in the sale of your Kelowna home including putting together a contract, deciphering comparable properties to decide on an agreeable price point and of course negotiating the deal when the offers come in. More often than not, a home for sale in Kelowna that is priced properly and is in a desirable location will fetch multiple offers and back up offers are not uncommon in today’s sizzling market.

If you are looking to list your house for sale in Kelowna, contact Matt Ranger for a home evaluation and market analysis. He would be happy to help you list your home for sale in Kelowna!