A landlord’s dream: Why prices are increasing in Calgary’s rental market | CBC News
You had people that would have had a roommate, maybe moved back in with their parents,” said Hawkins.
“I looked literally all over the city for months on end.
“A 14 per cent increase on an $800, one-bedroom apartment is very different than a 14 per cent increase on a $3,500 house.
“Just recently looking at all the houses, they were all within the $4,000 range for like a full house.… It’s very expensive.
“I think you’re going to see a lot more individuals move out of the Vancouver region, the Toronto region, relocate to markets like Calgary because of the affordability.
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