Keep abreast of real estate market news for Red Deer and Central Ab by checking in at www.HomeScope.ca – Red Deer’s real estate news and information hub.
If you’re planning to buy or sell residential real estate in the near future it’s important to know as much as possible about your local market. Not only is it important to know what is happening in the market at any given time it’s also important to know what the market has done historically to make predictions.
I want to state upfront that a real estate market is local. Also note, when someone says “Canadian real estate market” or even “Alberta real estate market” it doesn’t directly apply to your local market. People often base decisions on national real estate information but should only accept non-local information with a grain of salt, it may have zero relevance to your local market. And before making any real estate decision call an experienced local Realtor® for advice!
Red Deer sales & listings comparison news report March 18th – March 24th.
Number of single-family detached homes sold: 19
Number of single-family detached homes listed: 32
The average price of single-family detached homes sold: $323,937
Number of other properties (condo, apart, duplex, town-home) sold: 9
Number of other properties (condo, apart, duplex, town-home) listed: 10
Number of condominiums sold: 6
Number of condominiums listed: 7
The average price of condominiums sold: $162,333
Number of residential units sold between 0-200k: 7
Number of residential units sold between 201-300k: 7
Number of residential units sold between 301-400k: 12
Number of residential units sold between 401-500k: 2
Number of residential units sold between 501-750k: 0
Number of residential units sold above 751k: 0
Total entered the market
Total off the market
Expired & canceled: 17
Listings sold: 28
45 (entered market) – 45 (off market) = 0
It’s interesting to see a week in late March where units entering the market equals the number off the market. Let’s hope this is a sign that the Red Deer and Central Ab real estate market balances nicely this year without an overabundance of for sale inventory. It’s still a buyers market!
Note: when too many homes are listed for sale it has a negative impact on pricing.Keep in mind, if you list your house to sell just “testing the market” you will essentially reduce prices as a whole and be negatively impacting your bottom line. The more listings there are (competition), the lower sale prices head. Supply and demand – too much supply inversely impacts prices. In turn, when a Realtor uses “sold” homes as comparable homes for a market evaluation on your home listing 3 months or 6 months down the road, you’ll have directly and negatively impacted your future sale price. Only list if seriously planning to sell.
It’s a buyer favoured market in Central Ab and that indicate it’s a great time to buy. Most buyers will wait to see if prices drop BUT ALL STATS INDICATE THEY WON’T. Keep your eye on my “average price charting” news for Central Alberta >HERE<
View the monthly inventory stats at https://www.homescope.ca.
Hosted by Blake King Realtor® and Big Earth Realty. Blake continually monitors the Red Deer and Central Alberta real estate market to track changes and watch trends to help his clients make the most informed decisions buying or selling their home. If you want to learn more about how local market stats affect your buying selling decision call or email Blake anytime (403) 350-7672 or firstname.lastname@example.org