Home buyers found no relief in a hectic Saskatoon real estate market this past week as the total percentage of homes which sold at or above the asking price increased to 81% and average over bids topped $20,000 for the first time.56 of the 80 homes which traded hands sold above list price.
Saskatoon’s Area 5 stands out as the hottest trading area with the highest average over bid at $23,268.None of the 12 sales reported in that zone sold below the list price.Sellers in Area 1 also did exceptionally well with 18 of 21 sales going above list by an average of $21,283.
Here’s a quick look at the numbers.
- Forest Grove one-bedroom condo (635’) sells for $120,000.
- Wildwood condo (800’) leaves the market at $145,500.
- Haultain condo (740’) fetches $137,700.
- Mount Royal bungalow (912’) brings $189,000.
- Lakeview two-storey (1,800’) sells $44,500 above list at $354,500.
- Pacific Heights bungalow (1,041) fetches $177,900.
Active listings of single-family homes and condominiums remained desperately low at 237 units across all areas and price ranges.It seems that 4 out of 5 inquiries to a listing agent results in a “sorry, we have an offer on that one.”
See a Google map displaying the boundaries of Saskatoon real estate “areas” here Data collection and calculation for our statistical reports
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