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Calgary is leading Alberta in population growth. Statistics Canada reports that Calgary is leading the country in population growth at a rate of 4.3%. Many people choosing to migrate into Calgary is due to the opportunities the city offers as a result of the province's booming economy. Most of all, many provinces in Canada have seen their population move to Alberta, which is one of the biggest inter-provincial migration in 23 years. The energy sector is which involves oil and gas, is opening up the province to many opportunities for investors, businesses and people seeking job opportunities. In turn, this has boosted Alberta's real estate market, where cities like Calgary, is seeing high demand for housing with low supply; essentially, creating a bidding war. Learn more about real estate investment opportunities in Alberta by downloading our free e-books. For more information: Global News Calgary Herald

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Posted by Andrew

Calgary's real estate is still hot just 2 months into 2014. The Calgary real estate momentum continues from the year 2013. The average MLS sales price increased by 6% with in-migration that continues which is making it a busy real estate market for Calgary. 30,000 people are estimated to be migrating into Calgary this year as people are looking for better job opportunities, education or business ventures. The month of January also saw the city post the highest year-over-year price hike in the country. This should be a great sign for all investors as Calgary's real estate market was red hot in 2013 and is projected to continue into 2014. So Far, it is a prosperous investment for real estate investors. For more information check out the article from the Calgary Herald.

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Record high investor interest in Edmonton has led to 5000 new rental units being added in the city. The strong economy is due to Alberta's energy sector that is bringing in investors, businesses and job seekers. The strong long-term economic forecast makes Alberta a safe and excellent province to invest in the real estate market. Edmonton recorded a low vacancy rate in the last quarter of 2013 with a 35% increase in year-over-year sales on existing apartments compared to 2012. If you're not too sure where to start in your investment on Alberta, the city of Edmonton or even surrounding communities, like St. Albert in our very own Sage Gardens, will make for excellent investment opportunities. Learn more about our real estate investment offerings here. For more information, click here.

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Edmonton's market growth has been strong the last year. Edmonton has become the central hub for jobs in Alberta, as 1 in 10 jobs created in Canada are found in the Edmonton region. Job growth has led to an increase in Alberta's population due to the province's strong economy which is bringing in investments. The natural oil and gas industry has been a strong driving force in Alberta's economic growth where the industry employs about 550,000 workers. Job growth is also bringing in people from elsewhere in Canada and around the globe into Alberta where major cities in the province like Edmonton and Calgary continue to see an increase in population. Edmonton's population alone is just over 817,000 and add the surrounding municipalities like St. Albert, the region has a population of over 1 million. Property values have also increased about 2.5% in 2012-2013 for single-family homes. Condominiums and townhouses also increased by 2.1%.   Source: CBC Edmonton Journal Vancouver Sun

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Calgary's real estate market was red hot in 2013, although it still didn't exceed the boom of 2005-2007 where there were over 25,000 sales. The year of 2013 did see Calgary exceed sales numbers seen between 2008-2012. First time buyers are also choosing condos over single-family homes as it is more affordable. Investors are also choosing to invest in condos as price of houses have not rebounded to their previous highs. The boom in 2005 began bringing people into Alberta at a high rate and was driven by the oil and natural gas industry. This in turn made professionals and young professionals seeking jobs to come in from elsewhere in Canada and around the globe. However, the economic recession that hit globally in 2008 saw sales figures for that year drop. Source: Global News

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