10 Things You Need to Know When Moving From Condo to House

Posted April 10, 2018

January 8, 2018 Article by Brian McCourt Maybe your condo fees have increased one too many times, you’ve got a bun in the oven or you just want your own piece of land to plant some roots – whatever the motivation, there can be a bit of a learning curve when moving from condo to… Read More→

Red Mile Revamp

Posted April 9, 2018

Mar 30, 2018 Geoff Geddes Calgary Real Estate News, Feature City eyes the future with 17th Avenue facelift Whether you’re a person or a stretch of pavement, 30 years of hard labour can take its toll. When you’re as heavily travelled as 17th Avenue S.W., the effect is multiplied. That’s why the City of Calgary,… Read More→

The Best Choices You Can Make for a Practically Hassle-Free Yard

Posted April 7, 2018

  Stay away from rubber mulch. And Bradford pears. The house. The yard. It’s all a part of the American dream, right? But after a few seasons with raking, mowing, fertilizing, watering, weeding, pruning, and more, having a yard can feel more like an endless fever dream. Having a yard doesn’t have to suck up… Read More→

Housing Market Inventory on the Rise

Posted April 5, 2018

Prices remain stable compared to last year City of Calgary, April 2, 2018 – As expected, slow sales this quarter have persisted through March in the City of Calgary. This is not a surprise, after stronger growth in sales at the end of last year following the announced changes to the lending market. First quarter… Read More→


Posted March 29, 2018

Article by Barb Livingstone on March 28, 2018 New Green Line LRT stations are poised to bring transit-oriented development to several communities Proposed transit-oriented development (TOD) around first-stage Green Line stations is expected to turn city thoroughfares that currently lack curb appeal into new live, work, shop and play destination areas. Later this year, station… Read More→

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