Calgary Housing Statistics
Most Recent Calgary Real Estate Statistics: March 2021
- Days on Market: 35 (Down by 32.7% from a year ago)
- Average Price: $505,452 (Up by 12.8% from a year ago)
- Active Listings: 5,416 (Down by 7.6% from a year ago)
- Sold Listings: 2,903 (Up by 147.3% from a year ago)
- New Listings: 4,437 (Up by 83.5% from a year ago)
- Sold to List Price Ratio: 98.49% (Up by 2.06% from a year ago)
- Sold Above Asking Price: 819 (Up by 86.22% from a year ago)
- Months of Inventory: 1.87 (Down by 62.6% from a year ago)
- Odds of Selling: 50.6% (Up by 33.6% from a year ago)
Calgary Housing Prices
|2020 - March||2021 - March||Y/Y - % Change|
|Total Sales Volume||$526,104,437||$1,467,327,839||178.90%|
|Months of Supply||4.99||1.87||-62.64%|
|Sales to New Listings Ratio||48.55%||65.43%||16.87%|
|Sales to List Price Ratio||96.43%||98.49%||2.06%|
|Days on Market||52||35||-32.70%|
Number of Days it Takes to Sell a Home in Calgary (DOM)
In March 2021, the number of days an average property listed on the market was for 35 days. In the same month of 2020, the average MLS® listing in Calgary sold in 52 days. This figure is composed of all listings on the Calgary MLS® System, including condominiums: apartments, townhouses, and single-family and attached houses within the boundaries of Calgary city limits.
Average Real Estate Prices in Calgary
The average price of a home in Calgary was $505,452 in March 2021. Currently, it compares to be 12.8% higher than it was in the same month of 2020 when the combined price of single-family, condominiums and attached homes were recorded at $448,130.
Active MLS® Listings in Calgary
Active listings on the market in Calgary can often be the indication of a shifting market as real estate prices can be influenced by the difference between the supply of inventory and the number of buyers being active in the market.
On the last day of March, the number of active listings in Calgary was recorded at 5,416 units, it is a decrease of 7.6% compared to March of 2020 when 5,863 homes were listed for sale in Calgary, AB.
Number of Homes Sold in Calgary
The number of sold homes in Calgary last month was 2,903 properties. It is reflecting a seasonal trend when compared to February's numbers at 1,836 sold units, or an increase of 58.1%. On a year-over-year comparison, the number of sold units increased by 147.3%.
New Listings in Calgary
When compared to the same month in 2020, the number of new listings in Calgary in March 2021 increased by 83.5% as CREB has recorded 4,437 new listings coming on the market in Calgary. On a month-to-month comparison, the number of new listings in Calgary has increased by 55.8% which is a result of the seasonal cycle of the real estate market.
Homes Sold Above the Asking Price
The demand for quality homes in Calgary remains as the number of properties that have sold at or above the asking price in March exceeded 819 listings which represent 28.2% of the total sold listings in Calgary. In the same month of the previous year, 113 homes have sold for equal or higher than the initial asking price.
Months of Housing Supply
The pace of the market or months-of-inventory indicates the level of interest of the homebuyers on the street. A typical balanced market can be characterized by a 2-3.5 month of inventory.
Currently, the number of active listings is sitting at a supply of 2.50 months. It means, that if buyers would be acquiring real estate at the same rate, then it would take this many months to buy up all the available inventory if no new listings were to enter the market. In March 2021, the housing supply was sitting at an inventory of 1.87 months, meaning that buyers are 62.6% more active today to purchase real estate than they were a year ago.
The Odds of Selling a Home
The odds of selling takes into consideration the amount of sold properties compared to all the available listings in Calgary that were on the market in a given month.
Within the City of Calgary, in March 2021, a total of 53.6% of all MLS® listings were sold when compared to the active listings which were recorded on the last day of the month (excluding expired and terminated listings throughout the month). It also means that almost 46.4% of homeowners did not succeed at selling and they either became an expired listing or have been terminated at the request of the seller. At the same time in 2020, homeowners were able to sell their properties with a 33.6% lower success rate as approximately 20% of all the listings in Calgary that went up for sale have been sold.