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  • EARLY DAYS OF THE EDMONTON REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
    The Edmonton Real Estate Board was formed in 1927, to unite and standardize the real estate industry. This article documents the board's early struggles in the 1930s and 1940s.
  • BOOM, BUST AND RECOVERY
    This article discusses how the Edmonton Real Estate Board weathered the slump of the real estate industry during the 1980s, which began with the recession of 1982.
  • EDMONTON REAL ESTATE IN THE 1970S AND '80S
    The 1970s were booming years for the Edmonton real estate industry, while the 1980s brought hard times for the industry. This article documents the role of the Edmonton Real Estate Board during these years.
  • EDMONTON'S REAL ESTATE IN THE BOOMING 1950S
    The Edmonton Real Estate Board grew tremendously during the 1950s, booming years for the real estate industry of Edmonton.
  • EDMONTON REAL ESTATE'S 1960S GOLDEN AGE
    This article documents the growth of the Edmonton Real Estate Board during the real estate boom of the 1960s.
  • THE GREENING OF THE HOME
    A poll conducted by Royal LePage Eco in October of 2007 showed that Canadians are increasingly committed to making their homes environmentally friendly. This article provides tips on making your home greener.
  • FIVE PERCENT RULE FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    This article discusses the affordable housing crisis in Edmonton. The five percent rule is Edmonton City Council's initiative to reserve five percent of new residential property for city-owned affordable housing developments.
  • SUSTAINABILITY AT HOME
    "Sustainability at Home: A Toolkit" is a publication by Natural Step funded in part by the Alberta Real Estate Foundation, which is a guide for homeowners to reduce their environmental footprint, by conserving water and power, and reducing their use of chemicals. This article is a summary of the origins and content of the publication.
  • CLOSING THE INFRASTRUCTURE GAP
    This article documents the inability of the City of Edmonton to provide adequate infrastructure, because of the high costs of urban sprawl.
  • INCREASING HOUSING DENSITY TO IMPROVE AFFORDABILITY
    This article presents the findings of the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Working Committee report, recommending that Edmonton develop more high density housing in order to provide more affordable housing.

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