Kamloops Rental Market: Highlighting the Northshore

From a rental property perspective Kamloops has been a favorite for a lot of investors because of it is good fundamentals: the city is considered a transportation hub with easy access to the lower mainland, it has a diverse economy with some good paying jobs and lots of lower paying jobs (these lower paying jobs help keep renters from entering the real estate market), a warm climate with not much rain, lots of outdoor attractions.  If you are an investor you should consider the Northshore specifically when you are looking for a property to invest. 

The Kamloops Northshore is an attractive area for lots of investors because of the relatively lower purchase prices of homes in this area and the demand for room for parking from renters. 

The Northshore has got some great fundamentals. From a community perspective, there are great walking trails, shopping centers, and shops/stores. Crime rates in Kamloops are pretty evenly spread over the city. From a house appreciation perspective the Northshore has performed just as well as any other area of Kamloops and there is further upside with the Northshore because of the attention it is gets from City Council to make general improvements. Already there has been improvements in the form of spirit squares, bus terminals, and sidewalks.  The northshore is also got a decent amount of large lots that area zoned to allow a legal suite.  Add it all up and it is not surprising that lots of investors are interested in this area of town.

If you are considering investing Kamloops and would like a house with a legal suite consider this great Kamloops property that has had all of the major updating recently done and renter friendly flooring installed.

My name is Andrew Thompson and I am Kamloops Realtor(R) that helps buyers and sellers come out ahead investing in real estate in the Kamloops and area. If you have any questions about these areas please feel free to contact me.

Kamloops Northshore Investments

Kamloops Rental Properties

Blog Archives