Three of Alberta's real estate Boards/Associations saw an increase in monthly residential average prices from year-ago levels, while the Edmonton region average price was unchanged:
|Board||Year-Over-Year Change||Year-to-Date Change|
|Alberta West||+16.8 per cent||-0.9 per cent|
|Lloydminster Region (AB Only)||+2.5 per cent||-4.1 per cent|
|Calgary Region||+1.4 per cent||+1.2 per cent|
|Edmonton Region||0.0 per cent||-0.2 per cent|
The remaining six Boards/Associations saw the monthly residential average price decrease to varying degrees from August 2015:
|Board||Year-over-Year Change||Year-to-Date Change|
|Lethbridge Region||-2.1 per cent||+0.3 per cent|
|Grande Prairie Region||-4.8 per cent||-6.0 per cent|
|Central Alberta||-6.4 per cent||-4.0 per cent|
|Fort McMurray Region||-7.0 per cent||-13.3 per cent|
|Medicine Hat Region||-7.1 per cent||-5.4 per cent|
|South Central Alberta||-11.7 per cent||-15.4 per cent|
Note: The data above is national data and may not perfectly reflect the data reported by a Board/Association. The numbers represented are for the full Board/Association region, rather than city/town proper areas that may be reflected in a board's name. Click here for a general guideline of Board/Association boundaries.
The value of all home sales in the province totalled $1.92 billion for the month, falling 3.5 per cent from August 2015.
New listings on the MLS® Systems of real estate boards in Alberta numbered 9,433 units in August, an increase of 0.9 per cent from a year earlier, while active residential listings numbered 28,959 units at the end of August, up 9.2 per cent from one year earlier.
Click here for the full release, including a breakdown of information by area. For more detailed statistical information, contact your local real estate Board/Association or your local REALTOR®.