Could A Real Estate Slowdown Actually Help Investors?
While we’re becoming accustomed to the stories about slower home sales and declining property prices, it doesn’t all have to mean bad news. If you are an investor thinking about getting into the property game, these very things that are ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on November 30, 2012 in Edmonton Real Estate Investing
Alberta’s Housing Market Most Affordable in Canada According to RBC Report
While much of Canada is seeing a slow down in the resale housing market, Alberta is enjoying a steady uptick. The Alberta powerhouse had a promising third quarter, according to a study by RBC Economic Research. The firm looks at the affordability of ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on November 26, 2012 in Edmonton Real Estate Statistics
CREA Report Analyses Real Estate Performance in October of 2012
The Canadian Real Estate Association, or CREA for short, just released its figures on home sales for this past October. The numbers show little change in average price and sales activity nationwide. MLS System sales only decreased by 0.1 percent ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on November 19, 2012 in Edmonton Real Estate
Edmonton’s Established City Core Neighbourhoods Need New Residents
Edmonton is filled with lovely old neighbourhoods with big houses on large lots and lots of nostalgic character. The thing is, those neighbourhoods are in danger of fading away if new families don’t move in. But property prices in the city ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on November 12, 2012 in Edmonton Communities