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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    I still couldn't figure out how to search strathmore
    I was able to find it under the "City" drop down (see pic below).

    Strange to label Strathmore as a city vs a town/community.

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    Anyone know if there is a similar tool for Saskatchewan?

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    I think Bode is only available in Alberta at this point. How is the market in Saskatchewan right now @jwslam ? Alberta apartments and luxury segment are icy cold but mid market has been moving okay.

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    You just ask at the post office. They sell like four houses a year, it's not that hard to keep track.
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    Market data for December in Alberta is crazy!!! Up 40% year over year in Calgary and Edmonton for the month... anyone know why that is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caraddict View Post
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    Market data for December in Alberta is crazy!!! Up 40% year over year in Calgary and Edmonton for the month... anyone know why that is?
    I'm no expert, but the stock market is doing bizarrely well, interest rates are low, and people are spending more time in their homes than ever before.

    They don't need to live so close to work, and want a better WFH setup. I reckon there are a lot of people moving home for lifestyle reasons.

    On the other end of the spectrum - people who have lots their jobs might have to downsize, sell a second property.

    I also heard from a friend that rent his home that rents are high right now, so perhaps that's making more people think about buying.

    Whatever is causing it - it's great news for the province.

    What do others think?
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    I'm so happy I found this thread.

    Not to say that I "hate" realtors, but it's nice to see a site like this finally exist. My biggest pet Peave was having to ask a realtor for this information. Everything is pretty darn easy to use on their site, and having the historical takes the guess work away.

    Thank you for posting this!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caraddict View Post
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    Market data for December in Alberta is crazy!!! Up 40% year over year in Calgary and Edmonton for the month... anyone know why that is?
    Dirt cheap interest rates mostly driving things but doesn't mean prices are going up

    Look at January's numbers. YOY.

    Sales: +43%
    Active Listings: -20%
    Median Price: -3.7%
    Average Price: -1.2%
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    Interest rates and general asset bubble worldwide is bullish for Real Estate prices. But still, I don't think I would consider Alberta Real Estate to be a solid investment choice outside of your primary residence. Then again, I never did.
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    Timing is everything. If you bought and sold at the right times in the past 20 years with the volatility of our economy you did pretty good. With the December we just had I wonder if that continues for the year or if we fall of a giant f*cking cliff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caraddict View Post
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    Timing is everything. If you bought and sold at the right times in the past 20 years with the volatility of our economy you did pretty good. With the December we just had I wonder if that continues for the year or if we fall of a giant f*cking cliff...
    My timing was certainly not good. But I figure if you're planning to live in a city long term, then timing matters less. In a way, owning is like an insurance policy against house prices taking off and becoming unaffordable (like they did in Vancouver).

    Now if only there was insurance for prices going down....

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    The insurance for prices going down is to buy the least cheapest house possible with the most downpayment, and not "moving up" when your paper equity increases. Unpopular type of insurance.
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    Yeah, the equivalent of buying a CX-5 in cash. hahaha

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