CALGARY – There is not much cause for alarm about a housing bubble in Calgary despite the sharp growth in prices for the city’s resale market, says a new report released Monday by the Conference Board of Canada.
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Until about 10 years ago, I worked downtown. Most days after 5 p.m., you could fire a canon off in any direction and not hit anyone.
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The condo market is heating up in the City of Calgary and buyers are learning quickly they need to act fast to buy what they want.
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Despite some frothy forecasts for Canada’s housing market, local realtors say this region is not a bubble waiting to burst. Yet there is reason for caution.
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Remember Edmonton’s last mega-building boom, 1977 to 1982?
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EDMONTON – It’s no surprise to Brian Baker that Brad Lamb — dubbed Toronto’s “condo king” — and other big Eastern players are now eyeing Edmonton’s real estate market.
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As Airdrie continues to grow, the number of residential properties continues to jump as well.
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SAN FRANCISCO — A new report from the National Bureau of Economic Research has just answered a question often asked of the San Francisco Bay Area: Why would anyone want to live where the median price of a house costs more than $500,000?”
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LETHBRIDGE- Lethbridge’s west side has seen a major increase in growth, and experts say the boom isn’t stopping anytime soon.
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CALGARY – Calgary’s new condo market was booming in 2013 with sales up by 30 per cent from the previous year and coming close to the peak of 2005 when prices were a lot less for a property.
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