Canadian real estate association stats. Edmonton Real Estate

Canadian real estate association stats. Edmonton Real Estate

Posted by on Thursday, January 8th, 2015 at 8:47pm.


MLS® system sales up over 11 per cent in 2014

Sales of residential property through the Edmonton Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) System in 2014 in the Edmonton CMA were over 11 percent higher than in 2013, exceeding growth expectations by a large margin. This increase was reflected across all property types including a 9.8 per cent increase in sales of single family detached properties, an over 11 per cent increase in condo sales and a 25.4 per cent increase in duplex and row house sales. There were 18,991 residential sales reported in 2014 as compared to 17,077 in 2013.

Prices were also up compared to 2013, with single family homes finishing the year 5.6 per cent higher over last year at an average of $432,713. For 2014, the average price of a condo was $252,175 (up 4.5 per cent from 2013) and the average price of all residential properties was $367,228 (up 5.2 per cent from 2013).

“2014 was a very busy year for your local REALTOR®. Edmonton and the surrounding areas experienced a great increase in volume of sales, but also a healthy increase in price. We did not see the sudden spikes in prices that we saw in 2007, but we did surpass the single family record price in March of 2014,” said REALTORS® Association of Edmonton, President Greg Steele. “An increase in newly built affordable condos and multifamily units coupled with historically low mortgage rates encouraged new buyers into the market. We also saw great migration into the province and a very tight rental market. These factors all play into a very active market in 2014.”

The all-year sales-to-listing ratio was 70 per cent (up 2 per cent from 2013) with average days-on-market at 47 days (down from 53 last year). The active market was highlighted by a year-end inventory of just 3,059 properties, a similar number to the end of last year (3,049).

As is seasonally normal, prices and sales dropped in December from November, but are up year over year from December 2013 in all categories. The price of a single family detached property dropped 3.3 per cent from $444,312 in November to $429,470 in December. Condo prices dropped 3.4 per cent in December to $247,099 while duplex/row house prices increased slightly from November to $355,978.  December all-residential unadjusted sales were exactly the same as 2013 at 770 and down almost 38 per cent from last month.

“Now that the holiday season is over and a new year is here, we expect listings and sales to begin to ramp up again,” said Steele. “We encourage both potential buyers and sellers to talk to their local REALTOR® about their options in this market and what is right for them.”

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This is From the Edmonton Real Estate board.

Please call me if you have any questions in regards to this. Its going to be an exciting 2015

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