Calgary Benckmark Sold Price is up!
Thanks to strong migration levels, housing demand remained relatively strong, especially for affordable options in our market,” said CREB® Chief Economist Ann-Marie Lurie.
“At the same time, supply levels were low compared to the demand throughout the year, resulting in stronger than expected price growth.”
Inventory levels were persistently below long-term trends for the city throughout most of the year, averaging a 44 per cent decline over the 10-year average. We also saw the months of supply remain well below two months throughout most of the year across homes priced below $1 million mark.
The persistently tight conditions contributed to our city's new record high price.

*The above chart is for Benchmark Calgary sold price which is more accurate than the average sold price, & reflects the lastest month, Dec 2023 for most recent data, and compares to the previous Decembers. Since homes can vary widely in size and features, a simple average price is often not meaningful. Instead, CREB® Chief Economist Ann-Marie Lurie calculates benchmark prices using recent sales data for homes with specific features typical of a given neighbourhood.
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