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Okanagan housing prices drive exodus to Alberta and beyond

Okanagan housing prices drive exodus to Alberta and beyond

Cheaper housing, higher wages lure families east
Alberta cities pursue annexations to support industrial growth

Alberta cities pursue annexations to support industrial growth

Calgary, Edmonton focus on jobs space over residential as city boundaries expand
Okotoks to sell affordable housing site to a private developer

Okotoks to sell affordable housing site to a private developer

The one-acre property could be used to develop market-rate housing or additional affordable housing.
Calgary bounces back as CRE sales rise, office vacancy drops

Calgary bounces back as CRE sales rise, office vacancy drops

Calgary's 20 biggest commercial real estate sales in Q1-2022 topped $1.5 billion with some tied to a perception of bargain-priced real estate in Alberta’s biggest city
Edmonton, Calgary “most affordable” Canadian cities

Edmonton, Calgary “most affordable” Canadian cities

But Vancouver is the most unaffordable city in Canada and third least affordable in the world, a new survey states
Edmonton industrial heads south as infrastructure, amenities expand

Edmonton industrial heads south as infrastructure, amenities expand

Business parks blossom in Leduc County to serve logistics users
Retail will top cap rates in 2022, CBRE study says

Retail will top cap rates in 2022, CBRE study says

National outlook concludes retail property will post the strongest annual real estate yields as pandemic restrictions lift
Office workers returning to downtown Vancouver at higher rate

Office workers returning to downtown Vancouver at higher rate

Foot traffic still trailing pre-pandemic levels, according to Avison Young study
Kootenays the comer in B.C.’s recreational real estate rush

Kootenays the comer in B.C.’s recreational real estate rush

Invermere and the rest of the Kootenays are seeing among the strongest property price gains in Canada as big-city buyers move in from the west and the east
Alberta MLAs hear landowners' concerns on property rights

Alberta MLAs hear landowners' concerns on property rights

Standing committee travels to southern Alberta this week to receive feedback on Bill 206 – and air complaints on wind turbines and other utility infrastructure