Calgary and Edmonton housing markets ‘hammered’ in January

Calgary and Edmonton housing markets were “hammered” in January, says the Conference Board of Canada.

A report, by senior economist Robin Wiebe, released on Thursday, said the seasonally-adjusted annual rate of sales fell by 23.9 per cent on a monthly basis in Calgary to 20,100 and by 9.8 per cent in Edmonton to 15,372. Continue reading “Calgary and Edmonton housing markets ‘hammered’ in January”