"Job growth and reduced single-family inventory helped bring stability to the local market, according to the Calgary Real Estate Board."
Click on this link to read the full article. Sales activity does vary by location and product type. In general the single family home market has improved, but, the condo apartment segment is lagging behind as supply continues to outweight demand.
Check out this this article from MoneySense.ca that lists the top 35 cities to buy real estate in Canada. Spoiler! Calgary did make the list, but, is towards the bottom.
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