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Home ownership in the desirable West Springs area is now an attainable dream for many middle-income Calgarian families
If you were building a neighbourhood from scratch, how would you make it the best? New neighbourhoods have the benefit of starting with that question. The result is suburbs with amenities that make the appeal of new communities hard to resist
Live like your favourite ex-Calgary Flame for just under $4 million
The Canadian television host shares his secrets to success, including how to find a contractor and what you need to know before you renovate
The dream of home-ownership is not without its pitfalls for new buyers
Setting that stage properly can mean more money in the bank and a quicker closing date so you can move out and move on.
Although often criticized as cookie-cutter, Calgary’s suburbs are not all the same, and they are changing.
Landmark Homes is building a community of "Net Zero" energy efficient homes in Cranston, Calgary, each built with over 50 solar panels.
The homes’ ashtray-like smell may have kept other buyers at bay. But all we saw was a good deal.
Leaps in logic abound — but a rust bucket of a car on your neighbour’s lawn doesn’t make him a drug dealer.
Leaving a home you’ve spent years making just right is never easy.
Sure, living at home can be sweet — there’s free food and rent. But there’s also a time to flee the parental pampering.
Moving is stressful, especially with children, so here are a few tips to help ease the process.
Some 20/20 hindsight on the Calgary real estate scene.
Kelly Doody outlines her house hunting addiction.
If you could talk to your neighbours from hell, what would you say?
There’s a world of realtors to choose from. Pick carefully. And not from among your family members.