Weekly Absorption Unit Sales vs. Active Listings – Single Family & Condos
The below chart tracks the ACTIVE number of Calgary single family homes & condos on the MLS, against the SOLD single family homes & condos for the mentioned week. This really gives buyers and sellers an accurate picture of the current inventory opposed to the the inventory that is selling.
Weekly Absorption Unit Sales vs. Active Listings – 30 Day Average
This chart is similar to the one above, but has all the inventory listed together instead of separating the the single family homes and condos. These are the numbers you will often see from the Calgary Real Estate Board when they list total listing inventory opposed to the sold inventory. The SOLD numbers are also spread out over a 30 day average so it gives buyers and sellers a good overview of the market.
Calgary MLS Average Weekly Sale Price Trend 2000 – 2008 vs. 2009
This specific chart tracks the average MLS sales price of Calgary single family homes and condos since the year 2000. The last number for the year 2009 represents the average sale price of a single family home and condo during the week mentioned.
Calgary MLS Average SOLD Price Week Over Week 2009 vs. 2008 – Single Family & Condos
The below chart tracks the weekly MLS SOLD prices of Calgary single family homes & condos and compares the data to the previous year of 2008. If you notice many of the weekly price trends are similar to the previous year with average sales price peeking close to the same time last year.
Calgary MLS Sales Volume Week Over Week 2009 vs. 2008
This chart simply details the number of single family homes & condos sold in the week mentioned and compares the data to the previous year of 2008.
Nevin Van Nest . Realtor . Royal LePage Foothills . Calgary Real Estate Resource Centre