Once just a summer village, Chestermere officially became a city on January 1st. A celebration will be held on Saturday, January 24th at Chestermere’s annual Winterfest. More details are provided on the city’s website here.
December is historically a slow month for real estate in Chestermere. Only 18 homes sold during the month, however that was good enough for the best December since 2001.
Sales in 2014 totaled 441, a new annual record and a 35.69% increase year-over-year.
The year-end average price increased 7.32% from $471,107 to $505,587, while the median was up 7.83% from $460,000 to $496,000.
Unlike Calgary and Airdrie, year-end inventory remained static with only 5 additional homes on the market compared to the previous December.