Homes sales in Sooke rise slightly

The prices for homes and lots rose slightly in April

Residential property sales in the Greater Victoria area were flatbut Sooke fared well for the month of April.

The average price for a residential single family home in Sooke in April was $423,447 up from the six month average of $387,602. There were 15 sales totaling $6.3 million.

No condominiums were sold but four townhouses sold for a total of $1.2 million, with an average price of $309,200 up from the six month average of $290,544.

Two manufactured homes were listed as sold for a total of $155,000 with an average price of $77,500 and a six month average of $142,500.

Four lots and acreage sales of $764,000 showed an average price of $191,000 up from the six month average of $162,675.

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