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The top 10 valued homes in Kamloops

And we also look at how the assessed value of the city's malls has changed in the past year
Westerdale
This home at 1490 Westerdale Dr. in Aberdeen is the highest-valued residential property in Kamloops, assessed at $2.77 million.

BC Assessment is reporting an average 26 per cent spike in assessed value for all homes — about quadruple that of last year (six per cent in 2021).

The value of single-family homes rose by an average 27 per cent, now averaging $619,000, compared to $488,000 a year ago.

Condominiums and townhouses also saw a sizeable spike, rising 21 per cent — up to $346,000 this year from $285,000 in 2021.

The vaue of commercial/industrial properties rose by an average of 13 per cent.

The Top 10 assessed residential properties in Kamloops in 2022

1. 1490 Westerdale Dr. (acreage in Aberdeen): $2,771,000

2. 3080 Kicking Horse Dr. (house in Juniper): $2,543,000

3. 1300 Finlay Ave. (acreage in Juniper): $2,513,000

4. 850 Lorne St. (downtown house): $2,377,000

5. 6251 Meadowland Cres. N. (acreage in Barnhartvale): $2,302,000

6. 2622 Thompson Dr. (house in Valleyview): $2,272,000

7. 132 Fernie Pl. (house in Guerin Creek): $2,203,000

8. 1000 Fernie Rd. (house in Guerin Creek): $2,221,000

9. 2070 High Forest Pl. (acreage in Rose Hill): $2,132,000

10. 6600 Barnhartvale Rd. (acreage in Barnhartvale): $2,069,000

Shopping the malls for value

• Aberdeen Mall

2022: $89.5 million

2021: $86 million

31.5 acres

• Sahali Mall

2022: $31.8 million

2021: $29.7 million

17 acres

• Lansdowne Village

2022: $32.2 million

2021: $29.2 million

10 acres

• Northills Centre

2022: $26.4 million

2021: $25.1 million

14.5 acres

• Brock Shopping Centre

2022: $12.6 million

2021: $12 million

6.5 acres

• Westsyde Shopping Centre

2022: $6.7 million

2021: $6.3 million

5 acres

• Valleyview Square

2022: $21.1 million

2021: $18.9 million

8.8 acres