Thursday, September 24, 2020 / by Chris Matlashewski
How New to Canada Residents can obtain a mortgage.
Looking at options for residents on work permits, waiting for permintent resident status or perminent residents. Joe Jacobs from Mortgage Connection is going to provide answers to these questions.
How to Obtain a Mortgage When New To Canada
Thursday, September 3, 2020 / by Chris Matlashewski
This months we are discussing one of the most asked question to realtors.... "Hows the Market.?" So we are providing you a tonne of data going over Year over Year performance in our residential real estate market. We are also breaking down the different styles of homes, looking at months of supply and the most popular segments of the market. Click on the link.
September Residential Real Estate Update
If you want to know about a specific neighbourhood performance or if a home for sale has good value send us a message.
Enjoy the long weekend.
Thursday, July 16, 2020 / by Nicole Stanway
Consistently voted one of the top communities in not just the NW quadrant, but all of Calgary. This community is walking distance to shops and restaurants in Crowfoot Crossing. You are also close to Crowfoot YMCA and the Crowfoot Library. There are 2 schools in the community: Robert Thirsk and Arbour Lake Schools. Rounding out community enhancements is Crowfoot Park and access to the LRT. This community was designed to mimic California lake communities.
Sunday, June 21, 2020 / by Nicole Stanway
Talking Calgary market stats and determining the variables that will decide if prices in Calgary have bottomed or will drop further.
Friday, June 12, 2020 / by Nicole Stanway
One of the older, vibrant communities in Calgary's inner city. Originally incorporated in 1908 and quickly annexed by the city in 1911, it became a neighbourhood in 1914. Crescent Heights is divided by Centre Street, and has beautiful tree lined streets like the one I'm on. Popular due to immediate amenities. It has a walk score of 71 and a high bike score. No shortage of places to get on foot. You can start with McHugh Bluff Fun Fact: named after Felix McHugh, who homesteaded and was an early entrepreneur. Here you can walk along the ridge take in mountain, river valley and downtown views. There are also amazing nighttime shots - a photographer’s paradise from multiple points. Rotary Park is another popular spot in Crescent Heights. It contains a kids spray pool, tennis club, lawn bowling and off-leash park. Walk down to Prince's Island Park for a picnic, catch a play or a concert. There are great eats with variety of restaurants along Centre Street, Edmonton Trail and China Tow ...