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More millennials are jumping into homeownership

More millennials are in the market to buy a home in the near future, according to a new study by RBC. The study showed that 50 per cent of millennials (aged 18 to 34) express a desire to buy homes in the near future. Overall, 32 per cent of Canadians would like to buy a […]

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Tips for a quick spring home sale

With the first day of spring, comes the unofficial launch of home buying (and home selling) season. The real estate market generally heats up during spring months, and luckily for home sellers, this season offers unique opportunities to up curb appeal and the overall appearance of your home. If you are planning to list your […]

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What’s the upside to a down condo market?

It’s not a new trend, we have been hearing about this for a while, the condo market is experiencing a down period. With an influx of new apartment buildings under construction or coming onto the market soon, condo inventory is high in Calgary, which is driving prices down. Not to mention the addition of resale […]

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RE/MAX is the top real estate franchise in the world, again!

For the sixth straight year, RE/MAX has been named the top real estate brand in the world by Entrepreneur Magazine. The magazine announced the ranking in their annual Franchise 500® survey, recently released. An impressive accolade for our brand is that RE/MAX was named in the top five overall on this year’s list, due to its growth rate, […]

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Tips for newcomers looking to buy a home in Calgary

Moving to a new country can seem overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. Luckily if you’re considering a move to Calgary, we have tons of experience in relocations and we’ve got some helpful tips and resources to get you started. According to this Globe and Mail article, three of the biggest obstacles newcomers […]

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New Year’s resolution to buy a home in 2018? Read this!

Financial goals always top the list of new year’s resolutions year after year, and that includes finally plunging into homeownership. Did you make a resolution to buy your first home in 2018? If you did, here is how to know if you’re really ready: You have a consistent and stable income: which will make things easier […]

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Planning to trade up your home in 2018? Here are some tips

Real estate dreams are common New Year’s resolutions. If you’re looking at trading up your home for a bigger one in 2018, here are some mistakes you definitely want to avoid. Rose-colored glasses: Most of us dream of improving our lifestyle and moving to a larger home. The problem is that there’s sometimes a discrepancy between […]

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A portrait of first-time homebuyers

Every year, Genworth Canada surveys first-time homebuyers across the country to get a better understanding of the marketplace for those diving into real estate for the first time. The 2017 survey results were released recently, and here’s some of the key findings: 71 per cent were renters 41 per cent of buyers purchased a home […]

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How to sell your home during Autumn months

September 22nd marks the first day of Autumn, and you may be surprised to learn that this is actually a popular time for home sellers to hit the market. Many people look to list their homes this time of year so they can get moving over and done with before snow blankets the ground. It’s also […]

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Calgary’s Best: Huntington Hills

The verdict is in, Avenue Magazine released the rankings of Calgary’s Best Neighbourhoods, and over the coming weeks, we are going to delve into the investment opportunity and benefits of each of the top 10 communities. In the number six spot, is the northwest community of Huntington Hills: 13,497 population 55 walk score 54 transit score 102.91 […]

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