There is virtually no change in the average property assessments in our region as we head into a new year.
BC Assessment says a typical home in Nelson that was assessed at $354,000 is now valued at $352,000 for the 2015 assessment roll.
In Castlegar that figure is also down just a few thousand dollars from $260,000 to $258,000.
In Rossland there was a very slight increase from $238,000 to $240,000.
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That was the case too for Trail with a typical home being valued at $172,000 this year as opposed to $171,000 last year.
In Grand Forks a typical home was down to $195,000 from $199,000 a year ago.
However all values can fluctuate by 5% above or below that average figure based on house-specific factors.