Over a month of self-isolation is taking its toll… on everyone and everything. The housing market is no exception, seeing a decline in sales nearly 63% over April of last year. This month saw a total of only 1,425 new listings, down 54.41% from the same time in 2019, with a lowered inventory of 5,565. The Median pri...
March ended up seeing a total sales number of 1,177, down 11.3% from March of 2019. New listings totalled 2,418, down 18.8% from this time last year. With a median price of $410,000, down 0.61%, the total inventory ended up at 5,782, down 12.54% from last year.
February scored an extra day this year and the numbers reflect it. The number of total sales was 1,197, up 23.02% from the previous year. The median sale price was $412,500, up 3.32% from the same time in 2018. New listings totalled 2,518, bringing the inventory to 5,494.
January saw a total sales of 863, up 7.74% from the same time last year. The median sale price was $400,000, up 2.43% from January 2018. New listings totalled 2,358. Total inventory was 5,054, down 8.04% from the previous January, but up by over 500 from the previous month.
Calgary continues to be in a buyer’s market which might be showing signs of stability.
In December 2019, the total number of sales in Calgary was 858, up 8.06% from the year prior. The Median sale price was $400,500, down 0.12% from 2018. The number of new listings was 1,061 while total inventory was 4,531, down 7.83% from this time last year.