Calgary has been ranked as the fourth most livable city in the world by the annual Economist Intelligence Unit’s livability index, which measured 140 cities worldwide.
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Next to “location, location, location,” the truest maxim in real estate is “change, change, change.” While your first home is a milestone, keeping pace with your changing needs is about making all the right moves.
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Without significant changes in the local economy and concrete solutions to the pipeline bottlenecks that Alberta’s energy industry faces, Calgary’s office market faces a slow recovery, says a new report by commercial real estate firm Avison Young.
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As major municipal projects go, upgrading a wastewater treatment plant doesn’t exactly have the cachet of a new LRT line.
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Alan Tennant, CEO of the Calgary Real Estate Board, says it’s a buyers market. Trends toward big data can help customers find exactly what they want
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With more than 180 decisions made on cannabis store applications, one city councillor says Calgary’s list of approved and rejected sites shows separation requirements are successfully preventing clusters of businesses in communities.
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Given Calgary’s traffic, the only way to cover the critical elements – live, work and play – in three different parts of the city each day is to cut out the fourth one: sleep.
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Nationally, new house prices edged up 0.1 per cent in June, largely due to rising construction costs across the country
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Rolling grasslands stretch as far as the eye can see west toward Bragg Creek from the private community of hilltop mansions on the southwest edge of Calgary.
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The concept combines the spacious layout and flow of a single-level home with the appeal of condo life
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