Weekly Real Estate Snapshot: Edmonton, Week Ending March 13, 2024

Weekly Real Estate Snapshot: Edmonton, Week Ending March 13, 2024

As we delve into the real estate dynamics of Edmonton for the week ending March 13, 2024, it's evident that the market continues to exhibit notable fluctuations. Here's a breakdown of the key statistics:

Unit Sales

There were 599 unit sales recorded in Edmonton for the specified week, reflecting a 6% increase compared to the previous week. This uptick in sales activity suggests a growing interest in the market among buyers, potentially fueled by various factors such as favorable mortgage rates or shifting preferences in housing.

New Listings

In terms of new listings, Edmonton saw 844 properties come onto the market, marking a modest 2% increase from the preceding week. This influx of new listings indicates ongoing activity in the real estate sector, with homeowners continuing to put their properties up for sale.

Average Price

The average price of properties in Edmonton for the week stood at $408,000. While this figure represents a substantial sum, it's worth noting a 7% decrease from the previous week's average. This decline in average price could be attributed to various factors, including shifts in market demand, fluctuations in inventory levels, or changes in the types of properties being sold.

Median Price

Similarly, the median price of properties in Edmonton experienced a downturn, settling at $394,000 for the week. This figure reflects a 5% decrease from the median price recorded in the prior week. While fluctuations in median price are not uncommon in real estate markets, they can offer valuable insights into the overall affordability and accessibility of housing options within a given area.


The observed increase in unit sales and new listings coupled with declines in both average and median prices present an intriguing snapshot of Edmonton's real estate landscape. While the uptick in sales and listings suggests a healthy level of activity within the market, the decrease in prices may indicate a potential shift in buyer sentiment or adjustments in pricing strategies by sellers.

It's essential to recognize that real estate markets are influenced by a myriad of factors, including economic conditions, consumer confidence, and regulatory changes. As such, interpreting weekly statistics should be done with a degree of caution, considering the broader context in which these fluctuations occur.


In conclusion, the weekly real estate statistics for Edmonton ending March 13, 2024, offer valuable insights into the current state of the market. While fluctuations in unit sales, new listings, and prices are to be expected, they provide stakeholders with valuable data for making informed decisions.

*Please note that the statistics mentioned above are sourced from the Realtors Association of Alberta.*

For individuals actively engaged in the real estate market, staying informed about such trends is crucial for navigating transactions effectively and seizing opportunities as they arise.

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