Riverbend home sales include the communities of Brander Gardens, Brookside, Bulyea Heights, Carter Crest, Falconer Heights, Henderson Estates, Ogilvie Ridge, Ramsay Heights and Rhatigan Ridge in the southwest of Edmonton.
According to the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton for this 3rd quarter, the average price for single-family homes absorbed in the Edmonton region decreased by 3% year-over-year in August to $551,619. In southwest Edmonton, there were 99 houses sold in September,129 in July and 109 houses sold in August.
For the city of Edmonton, there were a total of 2236 new listings, 1309 sales with an average single-family sold house price of 447,725 in September. In August 2167 new listings, 1280 sales with an average house price of $446,982. July there were 2,391 new listings with 1524 home sales and an average sold house prices at $445,351.
There were a total of 66 homes sold in Riverbend in the third quarter of 2020 with an average of 58 days on the market. This year, there have been a total of 101 Riverbend houses sold with a median sale price of $604,400.
Recent Riverbend Home Sales:
In July 2020, there were 34 Riverbend homes sold including 3 duplexes, 3 condominiums, 7 luxury properties with Rhatigan Ridge being the most popular community. Sold Riverbend house prices in July range from $605,823 to $1,110,000.
In August 2020, there were 17 Riverbend homes sold including 2 bungalow style duplex condos in Bulyea Heights and 2 luxury properties. Sold Riverbend house prices for the month of August range from $436,800 to $973,000.
In September 2020, there were 15 Riverbend homes sold including 3 condos in Brander Gardens, 1 bi-level and 3 older split level properties. Sold Riverbend house prices in September range from $440,000 to $700,000.
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