There’s nothing surprising to report about Alberta’s real estate. The sector managed to remain relatively stable as the economy tumbled. While Calgary’s commercial real estate sector was hit hard, the average residential price fell just one per cent year-over-year, to $460,837 in the fourth quarter of 2016. The decline is greater in Edmonton: 2.7 per cent to $366,653. James Mabey, chair of the Realtors Association of Edmonton, called 2016 a steady year. “The ongoing economic instability certainly affected unit sales and inventory, but sale prices continued to hold,” he says. So, if you have $400,000 burning a hole in your pocket, here’s what’s on the market.