The Conference Board of Canada released a survey on Monday and we thought the stats on Vancouver and Calgary were particularly tantalizing.

That’s right. We find real estate data tantalizing. Please don’t judge us!

According to the report, resale housing in Metro Vancouver rose in September while prices dipped slightly from August. There were a total of 30,108 sales in September, which is up by 2.4 per cent from 29,412 in August and up 8.2 per cent from 27,816 in September 2010.

The always awe-inspiring average price in Metro Vancouver was pegged at $757,000 in September, down by 3.7 per cent from $785,000 in August though still up year-over-year.

Meanwhile, out ol’ Calgary way, the Conference Board of Canada said the market was under “balanced conditions.”

The seasonally adjusted annual rates of resales was 22,308 in September, up from 20,040 in September 2010. The average price took a small dive when compared to September 2010, falling to $409,831 from $410,241.

And that’s your daily dose of data courtesy of the BuzzBuzzHomies... Oh yea, and the Conference Board of Canada.

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