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When was the last time you explored Calgary Parks?

  With the warm weather outside these days, one can not help but hold out hope spring is almost here.  It brings back great memories from when I had my dog and we would take these days to explore parks around the city.  Both of us would be suffering cabin fever by March, as neither were willing to be an adventurous  in the winter we would stick to Nose Hill Park close to home. ...

Taste is a Matter of Opinion (or What do REALTORs® Eat?)

Every day in the life of a REALTOR® is unique. Real estate agents assist people through the process of buying and selling of land, homes and other properties. In addition to staying current with real estate laws and market trends, agents are tasked with a whole bunch of daily duties and responsibilities, from lead generation and marketing, to open houses and property ...

What Buyer's won't Tell you...

Heat savings over hardwood: Survey reveals shift in home buyers’ desires The Canadian dream home has a new laundry list of “must haves” Utility bills can cost a homeowner even more when they go to sell their property according to the CENTURY 21® Canadian Home Critics Survey. In the results, which expose purchasers' motivations and turn offs, Canadians overwhelmingly report ...

You Bring the Beef, I'll Find the House

My good friend Kent has been talking about buying his first house for a while. His parents Lorne and Sandi Zentner were in town last week checking on the city wing of their family business, Silver Sage Beef. It only took a few nights of Sandi sharing her son’s bed and Lorne on an air mattress in the living room of Kent's tiny apartment for them to tell my wife (on her weekly visit to pick up ...

Statistics Are Dangerous: Real Estate & Fantasy Basketball

I have a love/hate relationship with statistics. I’ve always believed that statistics provide necessary insight, but they never uncover the entire picture. Making a choice based purely on statistics is a never a good idea. If you don't care much about basketball, you'll probably want to skip to the end. If you love basketball as much as I do, feel free to comment.  This year, for the ...

A Genius Idea: Buy Low, Sell High

During the infamous 'boom' years of 2006-2007 I discovered that, instead of putting my newly acquired kinesiology degree to use, I could make twice as much money doing easy temp work for oil companies.  The first company that hired me was a small office, only about 15 employees; all them dynamic and knowledgable, all of them raking in big time money. The Vice President, Dean, took ...

Are you the neighbourhood Flanders?

Ah the benefits of living in a close Community! Recently I was reminded of how wonderful living in a community that is connected can be.  You see, my father recently suffered the tragic loss of sight.  The impact of this has been immense, but so too has been the out-pouring of care and concern from their neighbours.  Do you remember the TV show The Simpsons, and the friendly do-gooder ...

Congratulations to Euphoria Hair Salon

Congratultions to everyone at Euphoria on their recent Cut a Thon for Cancer.  All of the stylists donated their time and raised over $1,200  for the Batting for Breast Cancer Baseball Tournament.  You guys did an amazing job  For more information on this tournament go to:  http:///slkopitch.com/babc/php  

May Market Place

Finally Airdrie shows sign of improvement in Sales.  For the first time this year,  the number of sales in residential sales including single family homes and condominiums matches last years numbers @ 100 sales.  To date for the year the number of sales is down 21% over last year.   The number of single family homes sold this year is 84 vs. 81 in 2010.  The average sale ...

MAY TOP PRODUCERS

Congratulations to May Top Producers     Gold  Silver   Bronze       Clint Willies   Ellisa Podemski     Sonya Brown If you are thinking of buying or selling a home give one of our Realtors a call today.  
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