It has been almost 10 years since the collapse of the world energy markets, deeply impacting the Alberta economy. Calgary's housing and downtown office markets were devastated. In the interim we have endured the high and lows from the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by subsequent sharp increases to inflation and interest rates.
The apartment condominium market in the Beltline has been slow to recover from the highs of 2014, when property prices peaked and supply was limited. Ten years later, listing supply has contracted sharply with just over a month of inventory. However, prices are just starting to climb back to the peak of a decade ago.
In April 2023, the benchmark price for an apartment condo in the city centre was $329,700.The takeaway is apartment condominiums in Calgary's vibrant Beltline Community offer extremely good value with potential upside. Even better, Alberta has no land transfer fees, vacancy taxes or rent controls. As a Certified Condominium Specialist® and inner city resident for 20 years, I would be pleased to discuss your next steps to buying or selling a condo.