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A new survey found that millennials in Calgary are far more likely to think they can afford to buy their own home than in any other major Canadian city.

According to research from Royal LePage, two-thirds (66%) of millennials in Calgary believe they'll own a home one day. Based on this, Calgarians are a lot more optimistic (or just financially prepared) compared to those of a similar age group in cities like Vancouver or Toronto.

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Calgary and Edmonton may be two of the most affordable housing markets in Canada when it comes to big-city living, but there's a new list that points to some even cheaper areas in Alberta for those really looking to cut back on costs.

Moving company Moving Waldo says the lower cost of living, affordable real estate, faster commutes and stunning views in Alberta are some of the main reasons many people are choosing to move to the province.

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There are so many reasons why people would want to move to Alberta — and it seems like Canadians are starting to realize just how great the Wild Rose Country is.

Some cities in Alberta have some of the most affordable housing in the world, plus Calgary and Edmonton even have the best work-life balance ratings in the country.

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There are a lot of reasons to choose to live in Alberta, with its stunning natural scenery and access to some of the greatest hikes in the world. However, a new report has also found that Edmonton and Calgary are actually two of the most affordable cities for housing in the world, so now your wallet will be happy too.

In the 2022 edition of the Demographia International Housing Affordability report, the Urban Reform Institute and the Frontier Centre for Public Policy looked at the affordability of housing in eight nations around the world.

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