The Kamloops Real Estate Association is thinking the River City will continue to climb, as Lower Mainlanders flee high prices
President Cyndi Crossley says, Kamloops will likely stay strong for real estate this year.
“Taking into consideration, especially you know, in the Lower Mainland, where they’re basically on a roller coaster. They have the high mountains and low valleys, etc. And Kamloops has these little foothills. So we just don’t vary a lot, stats-wise, so Kamloops is, in some respects, quite boring, per se.”
Having said that, Crossley adds, that’s an upswing because it allows real estate agents to do much better estimates on sales and listings.