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Home Sales Across Canada Increase In April

According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, home sales across Canada increased by 2.3 per cent from March to April, and increased by 10% over April 2014. 198 more words

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New listings in Calgary resale housing market continue to decline

Price growth in Calgary’s resale housing market continued to slow in April as the number of new listings dwindled.

The Canadian Real Estate Association, in a report Friday, said local prices rose just 2.2 per cent from a year earlier, the smallest increase in three years.  407 more words

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Real estate group peeved over email asking for 'suspicious' records just hours after gunman stormed Parliament

Hours after a gunman fatally shot a soldier and stormed Parliament Hill last fall, the director of Canada’s financial intelligence agency sent an email to all businesses that report to it urging them not to wait to flag suspicious transactions. 873 more words

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Housing markets with close ties to energy sector bearing brunt of downturn in Alberta

Housing markets in Alberta cities more closely tied to the energy sector were hardest hit by falling oil prices and the sluggish economy during the first quarter of 2015. 287 more words

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Calgary housing market sees steepest sales decline in Canada

Calgary’s resale housing market saw the country’s steepest year-over-year sales decline among major cities last month, says the Canadian Real Estate Association.

While Canadian MLS sales jumped by 9.5 per cent from a year earlier, Calgary area sales sank 30 per cent, to 2,215 transactions, it reported Wednesday.  533 more words

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Saskatoon Monthly Real Estate Statistics: JUST THE FACTS

JUST THE FACTS

Here’s what’s new in Saskatoon’s real estate world.

348 homes were purchased in March that number 9% lower than March 2014 when 382 homes were purchased. 298 more words

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Canadian home sales predicted to shrink 1.1 per cent in 2015

TORONTO — The Canadian Real Estate Association is predicting that the impact of declining oil prices on consumer confidence in some provinces will push down Canadian home sales by 1.1 per cent this year, to 475,700 units countrywide. 530 more words

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