The slumping oilpatch in Alberta continues to take its toll on the Fort McMurray housing market, as the average MLS sale price of a home in that northern community plunged by more than $117,000 in October. 486 more words
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The slumping oilpatch is continuing to hit the Fort McMurray housing market, where the average MLS sale price of a home plunged by more than $117,000 in October. 295 more words
Calgary’s resale housing market led the country in October — in a negative way.
MLS sales in the Calgary region were 1,810 for the month, down 36.4 per cent from a year ago. 320 more words
Rebalanced Canadian Economy Supports Healthy Real Estate Markets Across the Country
- October 14, 2015
Stability in real estate market provides safe haven for savers facing volatile capital markets… 1,870 more words
The depressed price of crude is having a significant impact on home sales in the heart of Alberta’s oil country.
Canadian Real Estate Association data show annual MLS residential sales in the Fort McMurray area plunged by 40 per cent in September, to 80 transactions. 332 more words
The biggest problem in Canada’s hottest housing markets today seems to be finding something available to buy.
The Canadian Real Estate Association offered up the explanation of a shortage of listings in Vancouver and Toronto for a 2.1 per cent seasonally adjusted decline in existing home sales from August to September. 616 more words
The Calgary area recorded the biggest annual decline in MLS sales among major Canadian markets in September after posting record numbers a year ago, says the Canadian Real Estate Association. 302 more words