When we talk about market trends in Edmonton Real Estate

When we talk about market trends in Edmonton Real Estate, we spend a good deal of time looking at what’s happening with single family homes and condominiums. Another type of property that we haven’t focused on nearly as much in these pages is rowhouses and duplexes.   That’s changing, as home buyers in Edmonton have started…

What’s on your wish list?

What’s on your wish list? When you’re looking for a new home, your local REALTOR® will help you establish a list of the things you need for what’s happening in your life, and the features you’d really like to have in your new home. In a year like 2014, home buyers often found themselves having…

We’ve always advised readers…

We’ve always advised readers to make a distinction between national Real Estate news and the facts right here in your own back yard. Real Estate in Alberta is different from other parts of the country and even Edmonton Real Estate can differ from the rest of the province. While sales are down in our city,…

It’s time for an economics lesson

It’s time for an economics lesson. In February, residential sales in Edmonton were lower than February 2014. At the same time, inventory levels went up. So if sales are down and inventory is up, then what will prices do? This is where the lesson ends, because basic economics suggest prices will go down. They haven’t.…

Edmonton and Area Average Price Still Up

Edmonton and Area Average Price Still Up Monthly Statistics Quarterly Statistics Edmonton, April 2, 2015: Despite a decline in all residential sales over those reported in March of 2014, last month saw continued growth of residential prices for the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area CMA of 3%. The average sales price of a single family home…