Sylvan Lake Market Update – December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.

Red Deer Market Update – December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.

Ponoka Market Update – December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.

Lacombe Market Update – December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.

Blackfalds Market Update December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.

Rocky Mountain House Market Update – December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.

Clearwater County Market Update – December 1, 2019

The real estate market in central Alberta in November was a continuation of what we have seen for almost 5 years now – slower sales and more inventory than the sales will support.  Demand is still not keeping up with supply and the market continues to favor buyers.  Year to date sales in central Alberta are down 8% while compared to the first 11 months of 2014 (our last strong real estate market), are off by 35.6%

Homes priced between $200,000 to $400,000 are getting the most attention in all central Alberta markets while the best deals are to be had in the higher price ranges.  That creates the dream opportunity for those looking to move up – the ability to sell high and buy relatively lower.  There are always pockets of opportunity no matter what the general market conditions suggest.

As we come to the end of another economically difficult year, there are signs of a brighter future.  There has been progress on three major pipelines, one at least (Line 3) which could be moving more Alberta oil as early as next year.  The recent premier’s conference resulted in some consensus that could be beneficial to Alberta’s position.  For home buyers, prices are very reasonable and interest rates are low.