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Mid-year market update: economic conditions continue to weigh on housing

August 15, 2018

City of Calgary, Aug. 15, 2018 – Stricter lending criteria, higher rates and a slow economic recovery weighed on housing demand over the first half of 2018.

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Patience required in Calgary's housing market recovery

August 01, 2018

City of Calgary, August 1, 2018 –

Recent struggles in the job market, accompanied by yet another interest rate increase, is piling on to the decisions potential purchasers have to make in the housing market. 

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Weak sales persist in Calgary and beyond

July 03, 2018

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.

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Lending conditions weigh on housing demand

June 01, 2018

City of Calgary, June 1, 2018 – May sales activity continues to ease with the largest declines occurring in the detached sector. Additional gains in new listings continue to increase inventory levels. 

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Soft Sales Continue in April

May 01, 2018

Prices steady, but struggles in Alberta economy weighs on housing
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Housing market inventory on the rise

April 02, 2018

Prices remain stable compared to last year

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A Bumpy Road to Recovery

March 01, 2018

Calgary housing market prices hold, but sales fall
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Housing Market Déjà Vu in January

February 01, 2018

As expected, Calgary sales activity similar to last year

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CREB® forecasts challenges for 2018 market, but optimism remains on the horizon

January 31, 2018

Calgary, Jan. 31, 2018 – While Calgary is officially out of a long period of economic downturn, the path to recovery is expected to be bumpy.

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Two sides of the story

January 02, 2018

Two sides of the story 

Sales activity for all product types improved in December and pushed monthly sales to long-term averages for the second month in a row.

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