Housing Affordability in Canada: 2022 RE/MAX Report 

For 64 per cent of Canadians, relocation is among the top sacrifice they’d be willing to make in order to achieve housing affordability; however, half (50 per cent) agree that the farthest they would go would be less than 100 kilometres.

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Canada’s Weirdest Homeowner Laws

If you are a homeowner in Canada, you may or may not be aware of a number of related to what you can do on your property and what you can keep as a pet. Some of these might make little sense because they were passed more than a century ago. Some make a bit more sense. A few are simply laughable. Let’s have a look at a few of Canada’s weirdest homeowner laws.



Have you ever thought about what motivates you to recommend someone to a friend or neighbour? What would make you feel comfortable suggesting a good accountant, for example, or a landscape contractor? 

I’m sure you have your own unique criteria, but for me to be comfortable recommending someone, I need to feel that I can trust that person — trust that they’ll treat my friend or neighbour well — and trust they’ll do great work. 

In fact, it’s all about trust. And that leads me to an important question… 

If you were to recommend me to a friend or neighbour, would you feel confident that I’d treat them like gold and provide them with the best advice and service I can offer? 

I hope you would because that’s exactly what I’d do! 

You can trust that I’ll give anyone you send my way the VIP treatment. So, if you run into someone looking for real estate help, please give them my name. 

As always, I appreciate your support!  

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July Housing Statistics: "July sees first large decrease in Edmonton real estate market"
  • Total residential unit sales in the Greater Edmonton Area (GEA) real estate market decreased 23.8% compared to June 2022 and saw a year-over-year decrease of 10.3% from July 2021.

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