A review of CREB’s numbers from April’s sales can be at first glance a bit sobering. Inventory is up 32.73% year over year and sales are down -20.11% year over year compared to April of 2017. Calgary sales remain well below the 10 year average by about 25%. This has resulted in the absorption rate rising to 4.82 months which is firm territory for a buyers market. Some segments and areas of the market are seeing larger slow downs than others. The largest appears to be in the Detached Single Family Home sector, with the North, Northeast and East Districts all experiencing the greatest declines. The stronger districts remain the South, City Centre and Southeast Districts. The average days on the market depends on the community, but many are in the 40-50 day range, which...

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