CREB Mid Year Market Update - 

By: Stacie Mori

CREB Mid Year Market Update - 

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  MODEST SUPPLY REDUCTIONS MAY SIGNAL SHIFT TO BALANCED HOUSING MARKET BY END OF YEAR City of Calgary, July 22, 2019 – A struggling energy sector continues to weigh on the overall economy. Unemployment levels remain elevated and income growth remains weak. However, Calgary continues to benefit from stable population growth fuelled by international migration and natural increases. &l...Read More

Garage Sale for Shelter

By: Stacie Mori

Garage Sale for Shelter

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By: Stacie Mori

Calgary Real Estate Market Statistics  Fall 2018

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Persistent Buyers’ Market Continues  City of Calgary, October 1, 2018 – With no change in the economic climate, Calgary’s sales activity totaled 1,272 units in September, a 13 per cent decline over the previous year and well below long-term averages. There was a pullback in sales across all product types, most notably the detached market. "Calgary's economy co...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Top Things To Do This October in YYC

Tags: October, Events, YYC, Things to Do

We can hardly believe it’s already October! It’s a month of binge watching all your favourite Halloween films, eating copious amounts of candy and checking out all the amazing Fall things our gorgeous city has to offer. From the Fall Pop-Up Food Market to a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, here’s what’s up this October in YYC.  Read More......   ...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

A Fall Checklist of 10 Things You Gotta Do Before Winter Sets In!

Tags: Home Maintenance, Tips, Winter Checklist, Fall Maintenance,

When the last of summer’s heat is a faint memory, and you’re pulling out your hoodies more than your shorts, it’s time to tackle a few simple chores that’ll make winter more pleasant and prevent some nasty surprises next spring. This fall checklist helps: ...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Housing Market Retains Momentum in April

Tags: Homes In Calgary, Calgary Monthly Housing Report

City of Calgary, May 1, 2017 – Calgary’s housing market continued to show signs of stability in April. With improvements in the labour market and a balanced detached sector, city-wide benchmark prices reached $439,600 in April, similar to the previous month, but 0.90 per cent below last year’s levels. “More jobs means less uncertainty for people who are sitting on the fenc...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Looking for an affordable home? You may want to buy in Calgary

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Global News, March 2017 - The Calgary housing market is “likely to get more attention,” predicts an RBC report on housing affordability released Thursday. That Calgary homes have become relatively cheap hasn’t really made headlines over the past year — and unsurprisingly so. After all, low prices or not, few Canadians would want to buy a house in a recession-stricken ...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

What is an Interest-Saving Mortgage?

Tags: Homes in Calgary, Mortgages

Mortgage Intelligence, April 2017 - One of the problems in the mortgage industry is the way mortgages are advertised – usually by rate. If an online rate says 1.9%, chances are homebuyers are going to check it out. What many don’t realize is that saving interest is what saves money over the long term, and that rate is only part of the story. On a $500,000 mortgage, a rate of 0.1%...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

House Prices Increase In Calgary

Tags: Homes in Calgary, Homes in Toronto, Real Estate, Market

  Calgary Herald, April 2017 - House prices in Calgary experienced a small increase in the first quarter of the year, according to the Royal LePage house price survey released Tuesday. The aggregate price of a home in the city rose 0.6 per cent year-over-year to $461,635. “This is projected to be a recovery year; oil prices have stabilized, and people are starting to feel m...Read More

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CREB 2017 Forecast

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CREB, February 2017 - Calgary’s housing market is expected to show signs of stability in 2017. City-wide sales are forecasted to total 18,335 units, a three per cent gain over 2016, but 12 per cent below long-term averages. This will help reduce supply levels and support some price stability in the second half of the year. The transition in the housing market will take time. Alberta&rs...Read More