This is simple mathematics.

If you sell more homes than you did a year ago and prices are higher than they were a year ago, will sales total be: A) more, B) less, or C) the same as last year’s totals? You probably don’t need the multiple choice options to come up with the correct answer. By the end…

A little bit here and a little bit there.

Over the first half of 2014, we’ve seen moderate price fluctuations on a month-to-month basis. Without big leaps or tremendous dips in prices, buyers and sellers have been able to approach the Real Estate market with a sense of confidence. Things haven’t changed dramatically from month-to-month, but when you look at six months of data,…

Way back at the start of the year…

…we made the bold prediction that the strong Real Estate market we saw here in Edmonton for 2013 would be surpassed this year. Actually, it wasn’t all that bold an assessment. With our strong economy, there was every reason to believe consumers would build on last year’s trends and grow the market. Now that we’ve…

We recently turned our very Edmonton-focused microscope…

…on some of the other communities in the region, to examine the strength of home sales in the surrounding area. While our earlier examination showed that single family home sales were absolutely booming in places like Westlock, Beaumont, and Fort Saskatchewan, the same doesn’t hold true for every community in the area. Single family home…

Mid-year housing sales up 9.8% over last year

Edmonton, July 3, 2014: Sales of all types of residential property in the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) were up almost ten percent as compared to the same mid-year point in 2013. According to the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton there were 11,595 residential properties sold this year through the local Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) compared…