Stories Tagged - sales
Dec. 01, 2020 | CREBNow
Sales growth over the past several months has been the strongest seen in the past five years, but the activity has not been strong enough to offset the pullbacks from the spring. Year-to-date sales remain over three per cent lower than last year's levels.
Nov. 20, 2020 | Josh Skapin
In fact, a new emphasis on creating comfortable, productive workspaces within the home and the reduced importance of living anywhere near the office have increased buyer interest in areas just outside Calgary's city limits – where prices are lower and space is plentiful.
Nov. 03, 2020 | CREBNow
The gain in citywide residential sales outpaced the growth in new listings, supporting tighter market conditions and improving prices.
Oct. 01, 2020 | CREBNow
New listings in September improved over last month, but levels remained comparable to the previous year. The increase in sales relative to new listings did prevent any monthly gains in inventory levels, but supply in the market is still down 12 per cent compared to last year.
Oct. 22, 2020 | CREBNow
Some of the shift in the third quarter reflects activity that likely would have occurred in the second quarter. The housing market also benefited from easing lending rates and previous price declines. Gains were driven by all property types except apartment condominiums.
Sept. 18, 2020 | Tyler Difley
Both entered the industry somewhat by happenstance, but five decades later, neither man would trade his time in real estate – including all the stories and bits of wisdom collected along the way – for anything.
Sept. 14, 2020 | CREBNow
Aug. 05, 2020 | CREBNow
July 27, 2020 | CREBNow
Calgary housing sales slowed by 35 per cent compared to the previous year. This is better than original expectations, thanks to June figures that were far stronger than initial estimates. The pullback in new listings in the second quarter caused inventories to trend down, preventing a more significant decline in prices.
June 01, 2020 | CREBNow
May sales totalled 1,080 units, a 44 per cent decline from last year's figures.