The Market in November

By Kent Braaten. Updated on December 6, 2013

Overall year-to-date there is an increase in the number of homes selling over $350,000 however in the past two months there has been a reduction in the number of homes sold in this range compared to last November.

New number of new listings for 2013 is up 10% over last year. However there were many listings that failed to sell as a result of being overpriced or have been relisted at a reduced price in order to bring them closer to market. The average selling price for the year is up 4% over last year which contributes to the overall sales volume pushing closer to 1.5 billion is Saskatoon.

Overall the market continues to be healthy with a strong demand for homes in the $300,000 to 500,000 price range. The surplus of inventory over $500,000 is due to a couple of factors such as unrealistic expectations when pricing as well as over 200 new home builders with product on the market.

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