Edmonton Housing Market Outlook (2021)
Edmonton housing market to remain balanced in 2021, prices to increase 2%
Edmonton real estate is likely to continue as a balanced market in 2021, with demand being segmented. Buyers are looking for single-family homes and yards, which includes duplex and row-style townhomes. The average sales price in Edmonton increased by 1% to $364,820 in 2020 (Jan. 1 – Oct. 31), compared to $361,152 in 2019 (Jan. 1 – Dec. 31). The RE/MAX Outlook for Edmonton real estate in 2021 is an increase of 2% in average price to approximately $372,116.40. Edmonton’s Hottest Neighbourhoods Edmonton’s top-selling neighbourhoods in 2020 were Anthony Henday Zone, North Central Zone and Southwes t Zone. These neighbourhoods are expected to continue as the most popular neighbourhoods moving into 2021. Edmonton New-Home Construction Edmonton’s new-home construction sales are strong for single-family in both the suburbs and infill. Apartment condos are in oversupply. Most buyers are looking for a new or “like new” home across all price ranges. Based on the current demand, single-family, duplex/rowhouse and townhomes with yards are a little undersupplied. One new-home construction trend that has emerged throughout 2020 has been the need for home office space options, which is directly related to COVID-19.