A Bumpy Road to Recovery

Calgary housing market prices hold, but sales fall Residential home sales declined in February, but a decline in new listings helped keep prices steady this month. Sales totaled 1.094 units in February, 18 per cent below last year’s activity. Easing sales occurred across all property types this month, which outpaced the sales growth that occurred…

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Calgary Housing recovery is a real balancing act

Growth in new listings outpaced sales preventing inventory declines Sales posted a modest gain in August, but a rise in new listings kept inventory levels elevated. Inventories totaled 6,624 units, where over half were comprised of attached and apartment style properties. While inventories were 16 per cent higher than August 2016 levels, the slight rise…

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Mid-Year Calgary market update shows stability

The first-half of 2017 marked a shift in Alberta’s economy from recession to recovery, with conditions supporting stability rather than expansion. “Economic challenges continue to exist, as high unemployment rates, weak migration levels and more stringent lending conditions are weighing on the housing market,” said CREB® chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie. “This will continue to cause…

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