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Buying a house is no small task and it's a pricey one at that, however, there are several small towns in Alberta that are actually surprisingly affordable.

In Canada, the national average house price is $662,437, however, there are actually lots of cheaper places to live in Alberta.

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If you've ever dreamed of winning the lottery and what kind of home you'd buy with the fortune, Calgary's "most expensive" condo is currently on sale and it's pretty spectacular.

The huge luxury condo comes with a hefty price tag of $7,988,000, making it the most pricey condo for sale in Calgary, according to real estate agent Joel Semmens.

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While house prices in Alberta's cities might be on the rise, there are still some affordable spots to buy a house in the province if you know where to look.

A new study from Moving Waldo named a small town in Alberta as one of the "best places to live in Canada" in terms of its overall quality of life and the affordability of housing.

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If you're looking to buy real estate in Calgary, you might notice things are getting pricier and unfortunately, it doesn't seem like that's going to stop any time soon.

According to the latest data from real estate company Royal LePage, house prices in Calgary increased by 3.9% in the fourth quarter of 2022, compared to the same time the previous year, taking the aggregate price for real estate in the city to $599,100.

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If you're looking for a new apartment to rent in Alberta, there are actually a ton of pretty amazing perks available at a lot of buildings in Calgary and Edmonton.

From free rent to huge Amazon gift cards, these buildings have come up with some creative ways to lure in prospective tenants so why not take advantage?

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