5 Tips to Increase the Resale Value of Your Home

Creating a space that is a reflection of your tastes and personalities may take some time, but it’s important to plan early, especially when taking into account getting a return on your investment.

5 Tips to Increase the Resale Value of Your HomeSponsored Content: One of my favourite quotes is “leave it better than you found it”. This saying certainly rings true with a new home purchase and will inspire a multitude of possibilities for renovations, upgrades and minor changes that you can make to your home. Creating a space that is a reflection of your tastes…

Top 10 Neighborhoods to live in Calgary in 2020

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Top 10 Neighborhoods to live in Calgary in 2020Top 10 Neighbourhoods to live in Calgary in 2020 If you're moving to Calgary, one of your first thoughts will be which neighbourhoods are best. We have great news; Calgary has tons of great neighbourhoods depending on the needs of you and your family. You should speak to the Jesse Davies Team to determine the…

Alberta a magnet again for interprovincial migration

Alberta has regained its status as a magnet for Canadians moving from other parts of the country, albeit at lower levels than in previous years

Alberta a magnet again for interprovincial migrationA sign of a good economy is when people want to move from other parts of the country to get in on the action. For years when Alberta was firing on all cylinders it was a magnet for people living in other provinces who wanted to follow the yellow brick road to success that Alberta's…

House prices to edge up in Calgary, Edmonton in 2020

Prices began to stabilize on a quarter-over-quarter basis in 2019 and should edge up slight in 2020, says Royal LePage

House prices to edge up in Calgary, Edmonton in 2020Home prices have stabilized in the prairie provinces, and are expected to improve slightly in Calgary and Edmonton, according to two reports released this week. The Canadian Real Estate Association reported Monday that the benchmark price – which is the typical price of a home in a market – was down across Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon…

Real estate sales in Alberta at lowest level since 2010: AREA

There were drops in all regions except Fort McMurray and south central Alberta, reports the Alberta Real Estate Association

Real estate sales in Alberta at lowest level since 2010: AREAThe real estate industry in Alberta saw year-over-year sales declines in November, with low volumes now at a five-year trend and the worst since 2010, the provincewide association reports. There were drops in all regions except Fort McMurray and south central Alberta, reports the Alberta Real Estate Association (AREA). A total of 3,525 units were…

Realtor Tanya Eklund unpacks November’s real estate sales

Home sales fell slightly across Calgary in November compared with November the year before, although listings continue to come down and inventories are trending down

Real estate sales continue to lag in Calgary. Home sales fell slightly across Calgary in November compared with November the year before, Calgary Real Estate Board data show. The roughly one per cent decline bucks a four-month run of year-over-year monthly sales increases. But the data also show positive signs, too. Listings continue to come…

Cannabis real estate buzz falls short in Calgary, Edmonton

Investors anticipated that the legalization of cannabis would drive both sales and prices up in the commercial real estate market. It hasn't happened

Cannabis real estate buzz falls short in Calgary, EdmontonExpectations of cannabis carrying the commercial market in the West to new highs in 2019 were just a hallucination, according to a new report from the Re/Max realty firm. Investors anticipated that the legalization of cannabis would drive both sales and prices up in the commercial real estate market this year, said Elton Ash, regional…

Alberta building being given away by owners

A 9,000-square-foot commercial building on 1.5 acres in Glendon is part of the Dream Big promotion

Alberta building being given away by ownersTwo Northern Alberta business owners have launched a campaign to “give away” a 9,000-square-foot commercial building on 1.5 acres right in the heart of Alberta’s Lakeland Region. Glendon business owners Julie and Shane Kissell are inviting Canadians to dream big by submitting their big business idea along with a $250 application fee for a shot…

Home prices in Alberta off 3.1% since 2015

The average price of a new home in Alberta was down by 1.7 per cent in September compared to a year earlier.

Home prices in Alberta off 3.1% since 2015Persistent uncertainty in the Alberta economy continues to impact the homebuilding industry. The good news for consumers is that prices of new homes are falling. Not so good news, though, for homebuilders as they struggle with a lower demand environment. According to Statistics Canada data, the average price of a new home in Alberta was…

Real Estate Council of Alberta faces overhaul

New administrator appointed, further changes coming, according to government

Real Estate Council of Alberta faces overhaulThe Alberta government has appointed Duane Monea to oversee the functions of the Real Estate Council of Alberta and ensure continuation of regular operations while the government works to develop a new model for the regulator. Bill 15: The Real Estate Amendment Act 2019 was passed recently to address concerns about the performance of RECA…
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