Calgary and Edmonton, as anyone in Albert’a biggest cities will know, are very different places. They’re linked together geographically, being relatively very close to one another, and in industry, but the feel and people are often seen as quite different. These differences apply to each city’s respective housing markets as well, which were perhaps more different in 2015 than in any other year previous. Here are just a few of the key differences between Calgary and Edmonton’s housing markets in 2015, why those changes happened, and what they can tell us about 2016.
Edmonton is still growing according to housing construction, especially in the single-family housing market. Lat year, the province’s capital saw 5,683 single-family homes…
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