Red Deer sales/listing report for the week, Sept 21st – Sept 27th, 2020 report
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Your market is local
Before planning a real estate transaction in Red Deer it’s important to understand that your real estate market is local. Keep in mind, when someone references the “Canadian real estate market” or even the “Alberta real estate market” it doesn’t necessarily apply to your local market. Too many real estate decisions are based on national real estate information but national stats need to be taken lightly because they may have zero relevance to your local market.
Real estate sales & listings comparison report for Red Deer, Alberta, Sept 21st – Sept 27th, 2020.
Sales, listings and average price data
Number of single-family detached homes sold: 19
Number of single-family detached homes listed: 18
The average price of single-family detached homes sold: $285,056
Number of other properties (condo, apart, duplex, town-home) sold: 16
Number of other properties (condo, apart, duplex, town-home) listed: 14
Number of condominiums sold: 11
Number of condominiums listed: 9
The average price of condominiums sold: $160,355
Properties sold price breakdown
|Number of residential units sold between||0-200k||11|
|Number of residential units sold between||201-300k||17|
|Number of residential units sold between||301-400k||5|
|Number of residential units sold between||401-500k||1|
|Number of residential units sold between||501-750k||1|
|Number of residential units sold above||751k||0|
Total entered the market
Total off the market
Expired & cancelled: 17
Listings sold: 35
32 (entered market) – 52 (off-market) = -20
From week to week we haven’t witnessed sales higher than listings for as long as I can remember. Sometimes sales, expired listings, and cancelled listings outnumber new listings but not as often. The deficit over the last two weeks has been 35 units and this will impact m.o.i. (months of inventory). Inventory is decreasing and that, if it continues, will put upward pressure on prices.
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 negatively impact your possible results. The more listings there are (competition), the lower prices will go. Supply and demand – too much supply negatively impacts prices.
Right now is a seller favoured market in Central Ab and that indicates price may begin to increase. If you’re a buyer waiting for prices to drop they won’t in the near future. If you’ve waited, the low price point has likely passed but if prices continue upward, now is a low point.
View the monthly inventory stats now at http://www.iOnRealEstate.ca.
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