Calgary Single Family Sales & Price
Over the past 4 years, the price of Calgary homes has increased 26% (November 2014 vs December 2010). Following the economic downturn of 2008, Calgary's economy struggled for 3 years. Property sales and sale prices of Calgary homes didn't change much until early 2012.
Calgary Homes Sales
Calgary home sales are traditionally very seasonal, with demand highest in the spring. Demand drops dramatically in November, with December always being the slowest month for sales.
There were 2.6 times more home sales in May 2014 vs December 2013. Calgary home sales are 60% higher at this point in 2014 than they were four years ago.
Calgary Single Family Sale Price
The sale price for a typical Calgary single family home has increased 26% over the past four years (December 2010 - November 2014). Currently the median sale price of a home in Calgary is $485,000.
The median sale price for Calgary homes varies widely depending on the area of the city. The median southwest Calgary price of a home is 66% higher than a northeast home.
Some areas of the city have median sale prices in excess of $1,500,000. Be sure your REALTOR® provides you with comparable information that's pertinent to the areas & home you're going to purchase or sell.
Calgary Homes Prices - Past 10 Years
The price of Calgary homes has risen 92% in the past 10 years, and nearly 20% since 2011.
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