Metro Edmonton Half Year Market Report for month ending June 2020
by Stuart Neal
on Monday, July 6th, 2020 at 8:19pm.
Many of you will be wondering how the Covid 19 health crisis has affected our market and we are pleased to publish the following results.
There is always a market in the larger centres like Edmonton and despite a one off incident like Covid 19, over 4,800 home buyers decided to take the plunge and purchase a home equal to an adjustment of about 18%.
Buyers have been able to negotiate with many worried home sellers and on average home buyers were able to secure a discount of about 5% compared to last year. To many people this will come as a surprise. Many people we talk believe that values have dropped by much more.
It’s taking about a week longer to sell than last year. Not that significant.
At the end of June, there were 5829 homes and condos for sale across Edmonton, which is 911 fewer units than last year and equal to a reduction in inventory of 14%.
Please note sales volume for June when we saw 1370 homes sold. This is 106 units MORE than 2019 and 126 units MORE than 2018, reflecting perhaps pent up demand after the scare in April when sales activity dropped off steeply.
Jan to June
# Homes Sold
Days on Market
Average Price Paid
We expect demand to stay reasonably strong, inventory levels about 14% down on this time last year and attractive interest rates we anticipate that the metro Edmonton market will stay reasonably stable for the next 6 to 12 months after which time we may see some slow growth and appreciation in values.
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