Sales in Saskatoon were up 53.0%, going from 230 in February 2020 to 352 in February 2021, and up 59.9% in the overall region, going from 314 to 502. In Saskatoon, sales were 42.7% above the 5-year average (and 35.1% above the 10-year average), while in the larger region, sales were 50% above the 5-year average (and 43.1% above the 10-year average). Year-to-Date (YTD) sales in Saskatoon rose 40.3% over last year, increasing from 449 to 630, while YTD sales in the larger region rose 43.4%, going from 604 to 866.Sales volume was up 69.0% in the city, going from $73.7M to $124.4M in 2021 (49.6% above the 5-year average, and 42.2% above the 10-year average). YTD sales volume in the city was $221.3M, an increase of 52.5% from last year. In the region, sales volume was up 57.4%, going from $183.7M to $289.1M (57.9% above the 5-year average and 51.3% above the 10-year average). YTD sales volume increased 57.4% in the region, rising from $183.7M in 2020 to $289.1M in 2021.In Saskatoon, the number of new listings in February 2021 rose 15.8%, going from 468 to 542 (3.3% above the 5-year average and 5.0% below the 10-year average), while in the region, new listings rose 6.1% from 685 last year to 727 this year (3.5% below the 5-year average and 10.4% below the 10-year average). YTD new listings in the city rose 5.8%, going from 1,039 to 1,099, while in the larger region, the number of new listings to date rose 0.5%, going from 1,496 to 1,504. Active listings fell 21.6% in Saskatoon (down from 1,392 to 1,091) and fell 28.7% in the region (down from 2,618 to 1,867).Inventory in Saskatoon stood at 3.1 months (which is 48.8% below the level last year and 50.8% below the 5-year average), while the sales to listing ratio was 64.9%, suggesting that market conditions favour sellers. Inventory in the larger region stood at 3.7 months (which is 55.4% below the level last year and 55.6% below the 5-year average), while the sales to listing ratio was 69.1%, suggesting that market conditions favour sellers.Homes in Saskatoon stayed on the market an average of 43 days in February—down 40.3% from 72 days last year (but below the 5-year average of 56 days and below the 10-year average of 51 days). Homes in the region stayed on the market longer than homes in the city at 53 days on average in 2021, but also down from an average of 81 days last year (and 18.2% below the 5-year average).In Saskatoon, the MLS® Home Price Index (HPI)—a more accurate measure of house price trends—was up 10.1%, going from $299,800 to $330,100.