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Persistent buyers’ market continues

(October 04, 2018, posted in Statistics)

City of Calgary, October 1, 2018 – With no change in the economic climate, Calgary's sales activity totalled 1,272 units in September, a 13 percent 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 continues to struggle with unemployment, which rose again last month to over e... read more.

Calgary (and area) Stats September 2018

(September 05, 2018, posted in Statistics)


Calgary Stats August 2018

(August 01, 2018, posted in Statistics)

Weak sales persist in Calgary and beyond

(July 04, 2018, posted in Statistics)

City of Calgary, July 3, 2018 –Many Canadian energy-related municipalities within Alberta and Saskatchewan have seen housing markets struggle over the past few years, resulting in price declines.


The recent mortgage rule changes and higher lending rates are factors weighing on demand and prices across some of those areas.

"While our economy is no longer in a recession, persistently high unemployment... read more.

Housing Market Inventory on the Rise

(April 03, 2018, posted in Statistics)

Prices remain stable compared to last year


As expected, slow sales this quarter have persisted through March in the City of Calgary. This is not a surprise, after stronger growth in sales at the end of last year following the announced changes to the lending market.



First quarter sales totalled 3,423 units, nearly 18 percent below last year's levels and 24 percent below long-term averages. Easing sa... read more.