Red Deer home prices – November

Red Deer home prices

After a low October Red Deer home prices bounced back a bit in November

When we track the average Red Deer home price each month we look at how the monthly average bounces around but I like to use a 12-month running average to see what direction prices are trending.

The table below allows readers to see both the month-to-month averages and the running 12-month average. And because the table goes back 13 months everyone can compare both the current month-to-month average and the 12-month average to the same time a year earlier.

MonthAverage12-month avg.Average12-month avg.
Nov 2021$317,237$335,202 ⬆︎$354,631$377,512 ⬇︎
Dec 2021$339,214$336,600 ⬆︎$383,808$378,933⬆︎
Jan 2022$313,546$335,389 ⬇︎$366,410$378,197 ⬇︎
Feb 2022$337,430$334,116 ⬇︎$384,932$377,388 ⬇︎
Mar 2022$335,975$334,728 ⬆︎$393,789$378,929 ⬆︎
Apr 2022$348,134$335,163 ⬆︎$404,061$381,081 ⬆︎
May 2022$343,666$334,903 ⬇︎$396,107$381,967 ⬆︎
June 2022$348,628$336,720 ⬆︎$413,574$385,105 ⬆︎
July 2022$343,101$336,165 ⬇︎$416,991$387,061 ⬆︎
Aug 2022$338,850$336,747 ⬆︎$394,765$389,573 ⬆︎
Sept 2022$342,398$337,167 ⬆︎$408,881$392,134⬆︎
Oct 2022$320,941$335,725 ⬇︎$376,165$391,176 ⬇︎
Nov 2022$332,885$337,029 ⬆︎385,705$393,765 ⬆︎
up 0.38%up 0.66%

There is still a reasonably active market in Red Deer with buyers jumping in concerned about interest rates climbing even higher. Higher interest rates are pushing buyers to keep buying but they’re also causing a large number of sellers to stay put. With steady home sales in Red Deer, and fewer homeowners listing, we’re seeing a lower-than-normal inventory rate and stable prices. There are normally fewer sellers listing toward Christmas but we haven’t seen a December inventory as low as 2.2 months of inventory as long as we can remember.

Red Deer home prices
12-month running averages

Detached home prices

The better-than-expected buying activity and a shortage of homes for sale have caused Red Deer home prices to increase this year. The 12-month running price average for detached homes has been over $390,000 for the last couple of months and the November average price was high enough to keep it there. We are definitely seeing a higher home price average than expected in the last quarter of 2022.

The 12-month running price average for detached homes dipped 3 of the past 12 months but the average sale price has increased by 4.3% from November to November.

Last month we saw the 12-month running price average dip both overall and in detached home sales. This could be a hint that we probably won’t see prices climb too quickly in the short term.

Overall home prices

Red Deer home prices overall took a bumpier road over the last 12 months. 5 of the last 12 months saw the running average dip but overall prices increased 0.55% from November to November.

Check back each month if you’re interested in what local real estate prices are doing.

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