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What to look forward to at the Calgary Renovation Show

The Calgary Renovation Show is back for another year! Whether you’re moving into a new space or renovating a current one, this is your chance to dream up something breathtakingly beautiful for your home. From the newest trends to the latest in technology, the Calgary Renovation Show has it all starting this Friday. Each day […]

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Tips on buying a home for tenants to live in

Whether you own a home or you’re in the market for one, there’s always lots to consider in the housing market. How many rooms do you need, how big of a kitchen is too big, how many cars do you want in the garage – the list of ‘what ifs’ continues to grow as you […]

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Join an open house about the future of Stephen Avenue

Stephen Avenue is an iconic street in downtown Calgary. Known for its trendy shops, bustling restaurants, historic buildings and a wide array of people, it is a mainstay for many who visit our city. Head to the CORE for some of Calgary’s best shopping or walk down the Avenue to people watch. Some come to […]

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Why it Pays to List Your Home During the Holidays

With Christmas right around the corner, we’re all inundated with an endless to-do list: buy gifts, plan a meal, catch up with relatives, decorate the house, prepare for holiday guests – it seemingly never ends until the new year. Therefore, many people may think that it’s smart to take their home off the market for […]

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These types of homes are moving the fastest in Calgary

With our unstable economy, the last few years have been unpredictable in the real estate market in Calgary. Our city depends so heavily on the oil and gas industry, that when this sector suffers, so does the rest of Calgary. As the industry slowly works to get back on its feet, more jobs are created […]

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It’s a buyer’s market, says Len

With summer coming to an end, it’s time to take a look at the Calgary housing market. Fortunately for buyers, not much has changed over the last few months. The number of sales sits about twenty per cent lower than the average over the last decade. “If you’re a buyer, it’s a great opportunity; and […]

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Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods: Edgemont

The 2019 Avenue Calgary list of best neighbourhoods has Edgemont finishing off its top ten. This northwest community sitting right along Nose Hill between Country Hills Boulevard and John Laurie Boulevard offers you easy access to anywhere in the city as well as an escape to nature at Nose Hill Park. Here are a few statistics […]

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Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods: Lake Bonavista

Sitting at number eight on Avenue Calgary’s best neighbourhoods list, we introduce the community of Lake Bonavista. This southeast neighbourhood is located between Fish Creek Park and Anderson Road. With a private lake for residents and Canada’s second largest urban park on the south edge, this community was built for those who love the outdoors. […]

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Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods: Dalhousie

Every year, Avenue Calgary releases its list of the top neighbourhoods in Calgary; this year, Dalhousie sits at number seven. This community is nestled at the corner of Crowchild Trail and Shaganappi Trail in the northwest. Just minutes from Nose Hill Park and the University of Calgary, Dalhousie is a great middle-ground for families and […]

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Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods: Acadia

Landing at number six on Avenue Calgary’stop neighbourhood list is the southeast community of Acadia. Nestled in between Blackfoot Trail and Macleod Trail, this established neighbourhood is a great spot to settle down. Close enough to everything that you never have to worry about a commute while also removed from the hustle and bustle of […]

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