Top Real Estate Agents in Edmonton.

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Edmonton's Top Agents

Adrian M.
RE/Max Elite
6 Years of Experience
Joe P.
Century 21 Reward Realty
13 Years of Experience
Victoria C.
LOCAL Real Estate
4 Years of Experience
Stella Z.
Royal LePage Noralta
15 Years of Experience
Jerad C.
(6)
Sterling Real Estate
23 Years of Experience

Edmonton Real Estate News

Market Report Summary
Updated June 4th, 2021
  • Prices continued to rise in Edmonton this May as average sold prices climbed 13% YoY to $401K
  • Detached home prices increased by 13% year-over-year to $466k
  • Townhouse prices increased by 10% year-over-year to $358k
  • Condo apartment prices increased by 18% year-over-year to $242k

Edmonton Housing Market Overview

Data for May 2021
Avg. Sold Price:$401,390
All Property Types:$401,390
Detached:$465,551
Townhouse:$358,195
Condo Apartment:$241,885
Transactions (Buy/Sell):2,741
All Property Types:2,741
Detached:1,801
Townhouse:328
Condo Apartment:560

Edmonton's housing market continued its recent growth this May with strong sales volume. Sales are down slightly month-over-month, but still 137% higher than last year levels. Average sold prices across Edmonton rose to $401,390, a 13% increase YoY. Inventory also increased by 7.6% month-over-month but are still near historical lows.

Notice: Year-over-year comparisons for May will be exaggerated by the temporary downturn from the outbreak of COVID-19 in March 2020.

Detached homes accounted for 67% of sales with an average sold price of $465,551, a 12.9% YoY increase. Townhouses took 12% with an average sold price of $358,195, a 10.1% YoY increase. Condo apartments accounted for the remainder 21% of sales with an average sold price of $241,885, a 18.4% YoY increase.

Rising mortgage rates pose a dual-edged sword to Edmonton's housing market and other real estate markets throughout Canada. In the short-term, buyers are looking to purchase and lock in their mortgages, prompting a surge of demand for properties. In the long-term, however, a rise in mortgage rates will lower the purchasing power of potential buyers and pose a tailwind to housing prices. The Bank of Canada has recently signalled for a rate increase as soon as mid-2022. In addition, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) and Ministry of Finance have raised the benchmark mortgage stress test rate for both insured and uninsured borrowers, pushing out marginal buyers.

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Calgary Commission Structure

Real estate commissions are the fees that home sellers pay to the seller and buyer real estate agents for their services. In Calgary, the total commission rate is structured as 7% for the first $100,000 of a home’s sale price and 3% on the remaining balance. Seller agents usually get half or 50% of this total commission with buyer agents getting the other half. To calculate your real estate commission for Calgary, see our calculator below. For other cities in Alberta, please visit our Alberta real estate commission calculator page for more information.

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You will pay around...
$29,40029k
7%
on first $100k
3%
on remainder
Buying Agent Commission
$14,00014k
Selling Agent Commission
$14,00014k
5% GST
$1,4001.40k
The seller of the property will pay for both buying and selling agents' commission. For example, if the seller agent commission is 2.5% and the buyer agent commission is 2.5%, you will pay a total commission of 5%.

Calgary Real Estate Tools for Buyers and Sellers

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