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Buyers Have More Power in the Luxury Home Market

Have you ever thought you’d look really good in a million-dollar condo looking out over the river and downtown Calgary? Perhaps with a friendly concierge at the front door, an Olympic-sized swimming pool complete with a hot tub? What about a 5000 square foot home on the west side of the city with a mountain […]

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Affordability continues in Calgary’s housing market

The start of a new year means reflecting the past twelve months, helping us recognize that 2018’s housing market actually favoured those in search of a new property in Calgary. When making any purchase, buyers love to see and hear the word affordable, especially when making large purchases like a house. In recent years, we […]

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Len T Wong & Associates Partners with Greater Property Group

A new year means new beginnings and 2019 is off to a great start for Calgary real estate icon Len T. Wong and his team. A new partnership between industry leaders is sure to spice things up as Len and his team have partnered with the Greater Property Group. Len has had an exceptional real […]

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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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How to successfully upgrade to a bigger home

Unlike the experience of buying a first home, when you’re looking to move-up, and already own a home, there are certain factors that can complicate the situation. It’s very important for you to consider these issues before you list your home for sale. Not only is there the issue of financing to consider, but you also […]

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Tips if you plan to trade up your home in 2017

CREB released a blog post today, that outlined how luxury home sales rebounded in Calgary this past year, bucking the trend of previous. All signs are pointing towards this trend continuing into 2017 as well. If you’re looking at trading up your home for a bigger one, here’s some mistakes to avoid. Rose-colored glasses: Most of […]

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Tips for Buying Luxury Real Estate

With luxury real estate prices still sitting lower than average in Calgary, investment opportunities are everywhere as affordability continues. Bottom line: luxury buyers can get more bang for their buck this year when purchasing in this sector. Here’s some helpful tips for those looking to buy luxury real estate: Don’t rely solely on MLS®: in some […]

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Trading up? Here’s our best advice

Unlike the experience of buying a first home, when you’re looking to move-up, and already own a home, there are certain factors that can complicate the situation. It’s very important for you to consider these issues before you list your home for sale. Not only is there the issue of financing to consider, but you also […]

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Luxury home sales are up 20% in Calgary

The luxury home market in Calgary has rebounded after last year’s dip in sales numbers, with home sales over $1-million up over 20 per cent from last year. Home sales in the city valued at more than $1 million totalled 118 over the first three months of the year – up more than 20 per […]

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Trading up to a larger home this year? Here’s some tips

A report released today, is forecasting luxury home sales in Calgary to increase in 2016, due to lowering prices in that sector. If you’re looking at trading up your home for a bigger one, here’s some mistakes to avoid. 1. Rose-colored glasses Most of us dream of improving our lifestyle and moving to a larger […]

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