The North Okanagan’s real estate sector remains active.
There were 222 property sales in April compared to 225 in March and 272 in April 2016.
For residential sales, there were 104 units sold last month compared to 107 in March and 142 in April 2016.
“April numbers held consistent with March across several key indicators, including sales volume, new listings, average price and days on market, suggesting we are holding steady,” said Tanis Read, Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board president.
“These are indicators of a more traditional spring market than what we experienced last year.”