The 2018 residential property value assessments revealed troubling results for Peace Region homeowners, except those in Dawson Creek.
While most of the region saw their value drop, Dawson Creek and Pouce Coupe saw a rise of 2.7 percent and 5.2 percent, respectively.
The two represent the only residential areas in the Peace Region to see a rise in value.
While Fort St John remains the highest valued overall at 369 thousand dollars per property, this number represents a drop of nearly 5 percent over last year.
The Northern Rockies saw the largest drop in value at over 8 percent, while Chetwynd was hit with a 2.9 percent drop in value compared to last year.