Chestermere Real Estate Market Report: November 2013

There’s an interesting mix of market forces at play in Chestermere: more people bought and more owners listed than any previous November.

A total of 29 homes sold during November, a 38% increase year-over-year and the most ever for the month.

Despite this boost in sales, inventory was up 45% from November 2012 as the number of new listings continued to increase.   Forty homes were listed during the month, nearly double last year’s amount, and a record high for November.

Year-to-date, overall Chestermere sales are up 29.8% y/y with average prices up 4.64% and the median up 5.75%.

If you have any questions or are interested in buying or selling a Chestermere home, feel free to contact me.

Chestermere stats - November 2013

Chestermere stats – November 2013

CHESTERMERE 10 YEAR PRICES -November 2013

CHESTERMERE 10 YEAR PRICES -November 2013

CHESTERMERE INVENTORY -November 2013

CHESTERMERE INVENTORY -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY TOTAL ACTIVE LISTINGS -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY TOTAL ACTIVE LISTINGS -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY SALES BY PRICE RANGE -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY SALES BY PRICE RANGE -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY TOTAL NEW LISTINGS -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY TOTAL NEW LISTINGS -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY TOTAL SALES -November 2013

CHESTERMERE MONTHLY TOTAL SALES -November 2013

CHESTERMERE YTD TOTAL NEW LISTINGS -November 2013

CHESTERMERE YTD TOTAL NEW LISTINGS -November 2013

CHESTERMERE YTD TOTAL SALES -November 2013

CHESTERMERE YTD TOTAL SALES -November 2013

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