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Calgary housing market continues to see slowing in price gains

A report by the Canadian Real Estate Association says the Calgary housing market continued to see a slow down in price gains in June.

The association’s, MLS Home Price Index, released on Wednesday, which tracks benchmark, or typical, property sales in specific markets, said Calgary saw a year-over-year increase of just 0.48 per cent last month. 390 more words


Home Sales Across Canada Increase In May

According to the recent stats released by the Canadian Real Estate Association, home sales across Canada increased by 3.1% in May, while the number of newly listed homes changed very little. 199 more words

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Home prices in Vancouver, Toronto jump sharply again in May

WATCH: More homes were sold in May than any other month in the last five years, creating a frenzy of bidding wars. Mike Drolet looks at where that leaves the average Canadian. 440 more words


House prices expected to continue to grow into 2016 — but not by much

The organization that represents Canada’s 100,000 realtors expects house prices to continue to grow, but even the Ottawa-based group says consumers better get ready to accept increases that barely match inflation. 361 more words


Slowdown in home price growth continues in Calgary

Price gains in Calgary’s housing market continued to slow in May, according the Canadian Real Estate Association’s monthly MLS report.

Its home price index, which tracks the sale of typical properties in a market, rose 1.2 per cent for the month in Calgary, the smallest gain in more than three years and the 11th consecutive monthly slowdown in annual price growth. 332 more words


Canadian Real Estate Association Revises Housing Forecast

The Canadian Real Estate Association has announced that it revised its 2015 housing forecast.

“Low rise property markets remain tight in parts of British Columbia and Ontario,” said the Canadian Real Estate Association in a Press Release. 114 more words

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What can you get for $350,000 in Montreal?

This is the first in a two-part series looking at family homes on the market for around $350,000. Condominiums are not included in the mix. This week, we stay on the island of Montreal. 1,220 more words