First, if you haven’t seen it already:
R.E.I.N. is hosting a free Webcast and Teleconference on Thursday about the Canadian Real Estate Market.
I’m planning on listening in. Don and the rest of the crew at REIN do some great research and analysis and I value their opinion. I’m also looking forward to the new Top 10 Alberta towns report that’s being released at the June meeting in Calgary.
For now, here’s a dose of news relevant to you Alberta real estate investors.
- A Calgary Ring Road Deal is ‘close’
- Calgary approves 12% taxi fare hike
- Aldermen expected to rule on West LRT line
- Alberta and Saskatchewan ready to parlay economic might into power
- Alberta Tories’ land use framework sees some growing pains
- It’s a double dose of bad news for Edmonton homeowners – 14% Edmonton property tax hike in 2009?
- Re/max says Alberta boom spreads as far as East Coast
- Fort Saskatchewan industrial park road repairs
- Leduc sees zero per cent residential tax increase
- Southern Alberta windfarm updates expansion plans
- Uncertainty may halt upgrader (Chris’ note: I call B.S.)
- Red Deer urged to take plunge with Olympic-size pool
- Calgary East Village rebirth hailed
- Tough tenants a challenge for social housing
- Developer courts common ground
That’s it for the moment. I’m working on some special posts in the future when I’m not slammed with work, sailing, or buying real estate.