‘A good time to buy’: Albertans more positive about housing market than most Canadians
Home sales have increased in Calgary and across Canada in January. PHOTO BY AZIN GHAFFARI /Postmedia
Albertans are a largely positive lot when it comes to the prospect of buying a home. That’s the finding of a recent national survey of Canadians regarding homeownership by Mortgage Professionals Canada.
The survey asked Canadians to rate from 1 to 10 their confidence in statements such as “Now is a good time to buy a home” with 10 being an excellent time and 1 being not at all a good time to buy.
Albertans scored an average of 6.38 versus 6.04 for the Canadian average on the aforementioned question.
Source: Calgary Herald.
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