Enderby is part of the Enderby-Grindrod neighbourhood in the North Okanagan real estate area.
In February 2021, there were 269 properties listed in the North Okanagan, for a total of 748 active listings. During the month, 244 units were sold (as compared to 121 in February 2020). Monthly and year-to-date sales dollar volumes have more than doubled since this month last year. Inventory of properties, especially single-family houses, is quite low in comparison to demand for properties.
The median price of residential properties in the North Okanagan was $507,000 in February 2021, up 22% from the $416,600 in February 2020. Days-to-sell in February 2021 was 58 days, which over a 30% decrease in time when compared to the 85 days taken to sell a given property in February 2020. Real estate in the North Okanagan, including the Enderby area, continues to increase in price as inventory remains low and demand remains high.
Local Real Estate Market Sees Increase of Sales Promoting Vacation Lifestyle, March 2nd, 2021, The Association of Interior REALTORS® (AIR)
“We are seeing a noticeable increase on various types of recreation and vacation homes sales suitable for all seasons,” says the Association of Interior REALTORS® President Kim Heizmann, adding that “due to COVID-related travel restrictions and limitations more and more inter-provincial buyers are taking the opportunity to create vacation opportunities within B.C.”
Real Estate Market Data is provided by The Association of Interior REALTORS® (AIR). The AIR is a member-based professional association serving approximately 1,600 REALTORS® across the interior of British Columbia. The association serves the Okanagan/Shuswap geographical area from Revelstoke south to the US border, as well as a group of communities in the South Peace River Region of BC.