Now is a Great Time to Buy!! Sales Numbers Stabilize as New Listings & Inventory Shrinks….

The June numbers continue the trend of stabilizing sales numbers just slightly lower than last year, while the new listing numbers are significantly less.  The supply in the market is down 15% from this same

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The June numbers continue the trend of stabilizing sales numbers just slightly lower than last year, while the new listing numbers are significantly less.  The supply in the market is down 15% from this same

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New Listings and Inventory Shrink as Sales Start to Increase

May numbers indicate a shift in the Calgary and Area real estate Market.  Inventory is shrinking and the sales are increasing versus last year and show great improvement over the beginning of 2019.  If you

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May numbers indicate a shift in the Calgary and Area real estate Market.  Inventory is shrinking and the sales are increasing versus last year and show great improvement over the beginning of 2019.  If you

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April 2019 Sees Fewer New Listings and a Slight Increase in Total Sales

Absorption Rate: (0 to 2 months of supply is a seller’s market, 2 to 3.5 months of supply is balanced, and 4 or over becomes a buyer’s market) City of Calgary – 4.6 months of

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Absorption Rate: (0 to 2 months of supply is a seller’s market, 2 to 3.5 months of supply is balanced, and 4 or over becomes a buyer’s market) City of Calgary – 4.6 months of

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Improved March numbers, but there are still amazing buying opportunities!

Whenever people see a sale on something it typically motivates them to buy.  Why, when real estate goes on sale (decreases in price), do people wait for the market to recover before buying? Here are

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Whenever people see a sale on something it typically motivates them to buy.  Why, when real estate goes on sale (decreases in price), do people wait for the market to recover before buying? Here are

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Slower Start for 2019, but Recent Activity Picking Up!

The Calgary and Area Real Estate market had a slow start in January, but the recent activity over the first couple of weeks in February are painting a bit better picture.  The numbers are improving

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The Calgary and Area Real Estate market had a slow start in January, but the recent activity over the first couple of weeks in February are painting a bit better picture.  The numbers are improving

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2018 Was a Challenging Year…. Bring On 2019!

The Calgary and Area real estate market had many challenges in 2018, with major impacts due to mortgage rule changes and a continuing soft job market.  As time moves on, buyers and lenders are adapting

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The Calgary and Area real estate market had many challenges in 2018, with major impacts due to mortgage rule changes and a continuing soft job market.  As time moves on, buyers and lenders are adapting

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November New Listings Are DOWN 7% From 2017

A reduction in the new listings coming to market has caused some shifts in the market – most notably in the Apartment Condominium absorption rate that has decreased (become better) by just over 1.5 months.

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A reduction in the new listings coming to market has caused some shifts in the market – most notably in the Apartment Condominium absorption rate that has decreased (become better) by just over 1.5 months.

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September Sales About 20% Below Long-Term Averages….Is It Time to Buy?

In every market there are opportunities. We are seeing many buyers starting to take advantage of the tremendous buying opportunities in the market.  These buyers see that real estate is “on sale” in our area

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In every market there are opportunities. We are seeing many buyers starting to take advantage of the tremendous buying opportunities in the market.  These buyers see that real estate is “on sale” in our area

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July 2018 Continued with Weaker Demand – But the Numbers are Starting to Stabilize

The summer months continue the trend of weaker demand caused by slower job growth, interest rate increases, and continued government policies looking to “cool” the Canadian housing market.  While the numbers still indicate a clear

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The summer months continue the trend of weaker demand caused by slower job growth, interest rate increases, and continued government policies looking to “cool” the Canadian housing market.  While the numbers still indicate a clear

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May Brought Us a Big Increase in New Listings While Demand Still Drags

The month of May saw a dramatic increase in new listings coming onto the market while the demand stayed very flat. In June, we are seeing the new listing count very similar to last June,

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The month of May saw a dramatic increase in new listings coming onto the market while the demand stayed very flat. In June, we are seeing the new listing count very similar to last June,

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