A new report is showing growth in Regina’s housing market despite the recent economic downturn.
Royal LePage issued its house price survey and market survey forecast reports on Thursday.
The data showed price gains in Regina throughout the final quarter of 2016.
The average price of a home rose to $340,684, an increase of 2.6 per cent compared to the same period in 2015.
Two-storey home prices led the way with an average 6.5 per cent increase bringing the average price to $416,729.
Condominiums saw prices rise a more modest 0.6 per cent, with an average unit price of $269,086.
Bungalows saw average prices slip 0.3 per cent down to $302,433.
The company predicted overall gains of 1 per cent for Regina in 2017, stating that a strong employment rate should keep prices up.