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Calgary Real Estate How to Prepare Your Family for Moving to a New Home

How to Prepare Your Family for Moving to a New Home

Moving you and your family into a new home can be a laborious process with many moving parts. From repair projects to admin details, relocating your life is a hefty endeavor. When you’re up against a fixed move-out date, a former home can start to feel like a madhouse. But this change of scenery is …

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Calgary Real Estate A Breakdown of Calgary Realtor Fees

A Breakdown of Calgary Realtor Fees

Your Realtor is a service provider. This person works on your behalf to sell or buy your home, navigate the complicated legal paperwork, negotiate the closing price, and help you transition into a new living space. As with any service provider, you get what you pay for. All real estate commissions are entirely negotiable. It’s …

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Calgary Real Estate 7 Factors That Determine The Value Of Your Home

7 Factors That Determine The Value Of Your Home

It requires a fine touch to price your home. Price too high, and you’ll scare away potential buyers. Price too low, and you’re losing value you could put towards your next home. According to the Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB), the average price of a home sold in Calgary was $451,210 in January 2019, down …

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Calgary Real Estate Why Properly is the future of home selling in Calgary

Why Properly is the future of home selling in Calgary

Selling your home is a waiting game. Unfortunately, this game is expensive to play, stressful, and plagued by uncertainty. The real estate market in Canada is slowing – according to the Canadian Real Estate Association, “transactions declined in more than half of local markets” in 2018. In Calgary, there has been a significant decline in …

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Calgary Real Estate 2019 Calgary Real Estate Outlook

2019 Calgary Real Estate Outlook

Happy New Year! In 2018, the Calgary Real Estate Market faced a decline with total sales dipping by approx. 15% and inventory levels increasing by an all-time high of 23%. This has been attributed to the loss of jobs in the energy sector, a high unemployment rate and strict lending rules. To kick off the …

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