Guy Huntingford has been CEO of the Urban Development Institute-Calgary for nine months, and while some of the turbulence of his first months in office has subsided, one extremely urgent issue has not gone away.
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Housing contributes greatly to the Calgary economy, says the Canadian Real Estate Association’s (CREA) February report.
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CALGARY – Alberta retail sales ballooned to $6.4 billion in January registering the highest year-over-year growth rate in the country, according to Statistics Canada.
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It would have been easy to blame February’s continued feeble home sales on the weather, but Realtors seemed more taken with weak affordability and the lack of new households being formed. Sales were down 7.1 percent from a year ago to the slowest pace in 18 months.
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Building lots in the city’s new subdivision, The Crossings may be allocated in a new way.
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Average sales for single-family homes in St. Albert grew by 12.5 per cent in February, compared to the same month in 2013, the Realtors Association of Edmonton reported in their monthly housing bulletin.
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Calgary’s new home construction market cooled a little bit in February from January, but really, what didn’t get colder in February?
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Some Lethbridge companies may feel the city isn’t buying enough locally.
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A mild slowdown in certain sectors held back local real estate numbers in February, an analysis of figures released by the Medicine Hat Real Estate Board shows.
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CALGARY – Calgary region retail sales, buoyed by strong economic activity, will surpass $30 billion a year by 2017, says the Conference Board of Canada.
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