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Vacancy Rate (%)

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Alberta — Vacancy Rates by Bedroom Type by Metropolitan Areas, Census Agglomerations and Cities

  Bachelor 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom + Total
Alberta 7.8 a 7.0 a 7.1 a 5.0 a 6.9 a
Bonnyville No. 87 MD ** ** ** ** **
Brooks 36.3 a 8.0 b 3.5 b 5.3 b 4.8 a
Calgary 6.0 c 6.8 a 6.1 a 4.9 b 6.3 a
Camrose ** 6.2 c 5.7 b ** 5.9 b
Canmore ** 4.4 a 0.0 a 23.1 a 2.1 a
Cold Lake ** 10.7 c 5.9 c 0.6 b 5.1 b
Edmonton 8.1 b 6.9 a 7.1 a 4.4 a 6.8 a
Grande Prairie 6.1 c 7.5 a 10.8 a 10.3 c 9.7 a
Grande Prairie County No. 1 MD ** ** ** ** **
High River ** ** 2.5 c 0.0 c 4.9 d
Lacombe ** 13.5 c 8.5 a 0.0 a 8.9 a
Lethbridge 10.9 a 5.4 a 6.0 b 5.6 b 6.0 a
Lloydminster 3.6 a 5.5 b 5.6 b 3.9 a 5.4 a
Mackenzie County SM ** ** ** ** **
Medicine Hat ** 3.1 b 3.5 b 5.5 c 3.8 b
Okotoks ** ** 0.0 a ** 1.8 a
Red Deer 7.5 a 11.2 a 7.7 a 3.9 a 8.2 a
Red Deer County MD ** ** 20.3 a ** 18.3 a
Strathmore ** 7.4 a 2.0 a 4.4 a 3.4 b
Sylvan Lake ** 9.1 a 20.6 a 2.5 a 17.3 a
Wetaskiwin 0.0 a 11.6 c 6.9 b 0.0 a 7.0 b
Whitecourt T ** 15.5 d ** 18.5 d 19.3 d
Wood Buffalo 22.1 d 10.7 a 14.6 a 18.3 a 14.0 a
Notes:
  • The following letter codes are used to indicate the reliability of the estimates: a - Excellent, b- Very good, c - Good, d - Fair (Use with Caution)
  • ** Data suppressed to protect confidentiality or data not statistically reliable
  • ++ Change in rent is not statistically significant. This means that the change in rent is not statistically different than zero (0). (Applies only to % Change of Average Rent Tables).
  • - No units exist in the universe for this category
  • n/a: Not applicable