- Your Home Search
- How's the Market?
- About Us
When considering the sale of your home, the way it's presented becomes extremely important. A clean, uncluttered, tidy home goes a long way toward selling faster and for more money. To assist our sellers, RE/MAX has created the 'Are You Fit To Sell' program and video's with tips on how to effectively stage your home.
If you're interested in a FREE DVD contact us and we'll promptly mail one out!
OR.... hit the ball out of the park, & CALL US at 403-247-5171 for exclusive access to our Integrated Marketing Strategy!
We strive to be a great resource for Calgary real estate and community information. Start your real estate search with our cutting edge system that delivers a fast and easy residential and commercial real estate search experience, view the latest Calgary house price statisitcs and Calgary mortgage rate information, get Calgary school information, view all homes for sale and much more. Contact us to assist you in the search for your first home or next home - 403-247-5171!
Interested in the value of your house and prices of others? We can give you up-to-date Calgary real estate statistics, as well as the price, financing, terms and condition of competing properties. These are key factors in getting your property sold at the best price, quickly and with minimum hassle.
Through our effective Integrated Marketing Strategy we will ensure your property is marketed well to maximize its exposure to Calgary Realtors and the public. We know when and where to market your property to generate the most interest & potential sales opportunities. When you do receive offers on your home, we will help you objectively evaluate every buyer’s proposal without compromising your goals. Throughout the selling process, we are committed to keeping you informed and up-to-date with our efforts to sell your home and the ever changing market conditions. CALL US TODAY - 403-247-5171.
Full statistical info at: http://www.creb.com
After a long period of economic downturn, Calgary’s housing market is expected to see some price stability in 2017, but not across all market segments and property types. Both detached and attached prices remain unchanged over 2016 levels, while apartment is forecasted to contract by another two per cent.
“The transition in the housing market will be a slow process,” said CREB® chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie. “We are entering the year with high unemployment rates and the possibility that job growth will not occur until the latter portion of 2017. These conditions will continue to weigh on housing demand, but supply is adjusting to weaker sales activity, which will eventually translate into price stability.”
City-wide sales are forecasted to total 18,335 units in 2017, a three per cent gain over 2016, but 12 per cent below long-term averages. This modest demand change will merge with declining listings and easing inventory in the new home market to support more balanced conditions and prevent further downward pressure on prices.
“This year is about moving away from extremely challenging conditions,” said 2017 CREB® president David P. Brown. “The transition is going to take some time, which means sellers need to stick with the fundamentals of pricing their homes correctly against other comparable product in the market. There’s still lots of choice out there for buyers, but major price declines are unlikely in most segments.”
Alberta’s economy was much softer than many predicted over the past two years, as prolonged weakness in energy weighed on other sectors of the economy, including housing. Since the start of the downturn in late 2014, price adjustments have ranged from a low of nearly five per cent in the detached sector, to a high of 11 per cent in the apartment sector. The amount of price change between these different areas of the market was based on how much oversupply there was in each sector at any given time.
Our housing market is moving toward a new equilibrium, but that shift is heavily dependent on stability in the energy sector and overall labour markets. There is also considerable risk from recent government policy changes that could derail expected gains in the second half of 2017. It’s a new outlook this year, but the market risks shouldn’t be overlooked.
Calgary and area market statistics provided by Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB). Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed.