Average value of Whistler homes sold in 2015 tops $1,697,000. 

2015 was the fifth consecutive year of improvement for the Whistler real estate market in terms of both total sales activity and total sales value. Our data indicates that the market has fully returned to the conditions that were typical of Whistler prior to the financial collapse of 2008/2009.

This year, expectations are that strong demand for Whistler real estate is seen as a result of Whistler’s continued evolution as a diverse year-round mountain community, an active real estate market in the Greater Vancouver area, low interest rates, and a favourable Canadian dollar. 

Overall, the total number of sales rose by 14.4% when compared to 2014 with a total value in excess of $673 million. The average transaction value for 2015 reached $799,937. This is the highest average we have seen since 2007 and shows an increase of 10.5% over the end of 2014.

Activity in the single-family home market increased by about 22% with an average transaction value of $1,697,000. This is a 5% increase over 2014.

Whistler condominium and townhome markets saw a 6% increase in the total number of transactions with average sales prices sitting at $415,600 (a 7.1% increase over 2014) and $756,142 (an 8.4% increase over 2014) respectively.

The luxury real estate market also experienced a very strong year with a 33% increase in the number of sales over $2 Million.

The total number of properties being offered for sale in Whistler is currently at its lowest level in over a decade. As a result properly priced new listings are selling very quickly.

Contact us with the address of your Whistler property and I will put together what we call in the business a CMA (comparative market analysis). I am happy to do this for you whether you are thinking about selling your home this year or not, but if you are selling soon please let me know that so I can do a more in-depth report.