Interest in electric cars is growing as prices at the pump surge and Canadian society in general turns away from fossil fuels.
In British Columbia, for example, the government recently announced a new law requiring that all cars and trucks sold in the province be zero emission by 2040. In addition, the federal government is offering buyer’s incentives for newly purchased or leased electric vehicles on or after May 1, 2019. Click this link to find the list of eligible vehicles.
This may seem all fine and dandy — who doesn’t like the idea of no longer paying high gas prices to commute? — but a lot of questions still remain about the infrastructure surrounding electric vehicles.
Welcome back to the Market Update with Mani & Azra Bagga. We take a look at the Market Statistics for April. Things look to be on the Raise. Inventory is high and houses are selling quicker than Last year.
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Upward Movement for April Real Estate Numbers
Edmonton, May 2, 2019
When compared to March 2019, unit sales across most categories increased, with single family home unit sales increasing 43.68%, condo sales increasing 38.31% and duplex/rowhouse sales increasing 34.06%. Year over year sales are up in all major categories, with single family homes sales increasing 1.91%, condo sales increasing 2.77% and duplex/rowhouse sales