By popular request I’ve updated my spreadsheet with Edmonton Real Estate prices up to January 2012. The historical data goes all the way back to 1962 and the original post has been one of the most popular on my blog for three years running (2009, 2010 – 2011 is on the way).
Like always, you can access the entire raw data set I’ve used through a Google Docs spreadsheet. You’re welcome to use the data yourself but please be sure to credit both myself (link please) and the REALTORS’ Association of Edmonton (www.ereb.com).
I also created a new page with the charts you can find on the Google Spreadsheet. I’m a particular fan of the sliding time-series chart. The colour coded trailing averages make for an interesting way to gauge the depth and severity of past recessions.
Excellent presentation of the data Chris! Really shows how holding on to your real estate for at least 5 years pays off. I’ll be posting this link on our blog soon!
Once again, a great way to present this data!
Is there a way to switch the graph to a log scale? Looking at data over a very long amount of time on a linear scale is not that useful. For example, on a log scale graph, a constant rate of increase (e.g. due to inflation) is a straight line rather than a curve.
Hi Peter, I haven’t found a way – the google spreadsheet has some restrictions on it. You’re welcome to download the data and give it a whirl in excel.
awesome! thanks Chris!
Any chance to have this updated? Thanks! Great info!
I wish! They’ve totally changed the way they gather the stats, so it’s not possible any more.
We keep things going in our weekly and monthly reports, here’s the most recent: https://www.livrealestate.ca/blog/2018/04/slow-spring-market-in-edmonton-2.html
Dear Mr. Davies
I wonder t there is an update table (2018) of “Edmonton properties values since 1962”. if not is there a plan to continue this project?
Best regards, Reza