Combined with the knowledge, experience and skills of your REALTOR®, the MLS® HPI allows you to better understand these trends — and how they can affect the market value of your home.

Visit the HPI page for more information on the Home Price Index

April 2022 Market Stats

May 4th, 2022|

APRIL SALES LOW BUT PRICES REACH RECORD HIGHS DUE TO LOW SUPPLY May 5, 2022 Embargoed:  With 1,547 sales this month, activity slowed compared to the record high set last April. Despite the slower sales seen in the first four months of this year, it is noteworthy that those 4,873 sales are 30 per cent higher than longer term [...]

March 2022 Market Stats

April 5th, 2022|

SUPPLY LEVELS REMAIN LOW CAUSING CONTINUED PRICE INCREASES For immediate release:  Both sales and new listings trended up this month compared to levels seen over the past few months. However, the level of new listings coming onto the market was far lower than levels seen last year and for the 10-year average. This caused the sales to new listings [...]

February 2022 Market Stats

March 2nd, 2022|

“Last month we started to raise an alarm bell about inventory levels in Saskatchewan,” said Guérette. “Now that we’re two months into the market, that dip in inventory levels being the lowest we’ve seen since 2010 is concerning. That’s why we’re working harder than ever to build a fuller picture of Saskatchewan’s housing continuum so we can identify where the gaps are and build smartly and collaboratively for growth.” 

January 2022 Market Stats

February 3rd, 2022|

“Inventories still remain relatively low, but if new listings continue to improve relative to the sales, this should eventually translate into improved supply and better market balance,” said SRA CEO, Chris Guérette.

December 2021 Market Stats

January 6th, 2022|

Saskatchewan set a housing sales record with 17,387 sales in 2021, a new high which surpassed the previous record in 2007 by 17 per cent.

November 2021 Market Stats

December 3rd, 2021|

Supply levels did not keep up with the sudden shift in sales. New listings this month totaled 1,521 units, causing the sales-to-new- listings ratio to rise to nearly 90 per cent, the tightest level ever recorded in November. Without the same growth in new listings inventories eased and the months of supply fell to four and a half months.