Edmonton, October 2, 2019: Total residential unit sales in the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) real estate market for the month of September 2019 increased 5.72% compared to September 2018. The number of new residential listings is also up, growing 1.67% from September 2018. Overall inventory in the Edmonton CMA fell 9.72% from September of last year.
Single family home unit sales are down 2.91%, unit sales of duplexes are up 7.52%, and condo unit sales jumped 26.78% from the same period of time last year.
All residential average prices are down slightly at $351,526, a 6.06% decrease from September 2018, and are down 4.30% from August 2019. Single family homes sold for an average of $420,406, a 2.16% year-over-year decrease from September 2018, and a 3.27% decrease from August 2019. Condominiums sold for an average of $217,665, a 9.82% drop year-over-year, and a decrease of 7.17% from the previous month. Duplex prices are virtually unchanged from last year at $343,230, which was a 3.17% increase from the previous month.
“The Edmonton market continues to remain stable, with slight decreases in prices across all property types,” says REALTORS® Association of Edmonton Chair Michael Brodrick. “Single family home pricing dropped 2.16%, condos are down 9.82% from last month, and duplexes are virtually unchanged at -0.58% year-over-year.”
Single family homes averaged 59 days on the market, a one day decrease from last year. Condos spent eight days less on the market, from 67 to 75 days, while duplexes averaged 67 days on market, a three day decrease from September 2018. Overall, all residential listings averaged 63 days on market, a 1.56% decrease year-over-year, and increased by one day from the previous month.