Morning News Rundown

Here is your Morning News Rundown for Tuesday, August 27:

Housing Crunch on For Calgary Students – 660News

Calgary Housing Market Forges on Despite June Flooding – Calgary Herald

Long-Term Expectations Negative for Calgary Region Housing Starts – Calgary Herald

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Alberta: Summer 2013 – Conference Board of Canada

Flooding Fuels Real Estate Bump Around High River – Metro Calgary

Hamlets Running Out of Money, Patience as They Await Flood Aid – Calgary Herald

Canadian Homes Slightly Less Affordable in the Second Quarter of 2013 – RBC Economics

Home Buying Becoming Less Affordable for Average Canadian:RBC Study – CTVNews

Canadians’ Homes are Getting Less Affordable, But We Still Keep Buying – Financial Post

Owning a Home Becoming Less Affordable – CBCNews

As Rates Rise, Brace for Mortgage Renewal Time – Globe and Mail

Why There’s No Reason to Panic About Rising Rates – Financial Post

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