Kelowna vs Calgary home costs
The numbers speak for themselves.
The benchmark selling price of a nice, typical single-family home in Calgary is $643,000, according to the Calgary Real Estate Board.
The same home in Kelowna is $1,060,000, according to the Association of Interior Realtors.
That means a similar home in Calgary is 39% cheaper.
We’re comparing apples to apples here.
We found a 1,852-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom home listed for sale for $1,058,000 on Kelowna’s Lowe Court near Okanagan College.
In southeast Calgary, on Chapman Circle, we found a 1,922-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bathroom home for sale for $644,900.
Both are pictured below.
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