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October 2012

Found 6 blog entries for October 2012.


All Albertans who buy a new home will have warranty coverage for their purchase under new legislation proposed by the Alberta government.

Bill 5, the New Home Buyer Protection Act, introduced in the legislature today, requires builders to provide home warranty coverage for all new homes built in the province starting in fall 2013.

“While most homes in Alberta are built to stand the test of time, if things do go wrong, homeowners will have stronger protection to get their homes repaired,” said Minister of Municipal Affairs, Doug Griffiths. "Albertans should be reassured that the single largest purchase their family makes will be protected by one of the strongest warranty programs in the country."

Under the proposed legislation, all new homes (detached

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AIRDRIE - Alberta is located just 15 minutes north of Calgary. It was first established as a railway village in 1889 during the construction of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway. In the 2011 Census, the City of Airdrie had a population of 42,564 living in 15,024 of its 15,638 total dwellings. This city has a small town feel with big city amenities from shopping's, schools and recreational centers. Airdrie real estate or homes are consist of many styles and types from mobile homes, condo/townhouse, single family homes, luxury homes and eveything in between. With the wide selections on communities to choose from, which still are being develop. Airdrie homes offers future residents with wide range of homes selection, price ranges that will suits everyone's

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Skyview Ranch is on of the the new community in the northeast Calgary. In this great community you will find different property types from attach to detach homes and offer different price range which is good for buyers who has a moderate budget.

Skyview Ranch

There are currently 13 single family homes active right now with price ranges from $365K to $515K. In the past 6 months they were 35 single family homes solds ranging from $365K to $485K.

In the condo market, there are 4 condos/townhouses active right now with price range from $184K to $289K. In the past 6 months they were 5 condos/townhouses sold ranging from $249K to $275K.

 

If you are thinking of making a real estate move in Skyview Ranch don't hesitate to contact Mark Anthony or call (403) 619-1019

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CALGARY AREA SALES AND PRICE GROWTH CONTINUE, DESPITE NATIONAL TRENDS

Resale market continues slow and steady recovery

Calgary, October 1, 2012 – Residential sales activity continues to improve in the Calgary area, as year-over-year sales for the month of September increased by 11 per cent. After the first three quarters of the year, residential sales within city limits totaled 17,018, a 15-per-cent increase over 2011.

There has been significant discussion over the slowing national market. However, Calgary is seeing improving sales activity and price growth with no indication that market is poised for a correction. In fact, for the first time in several years, the Calgary hous- ing market is demonstrating typical behavior for this time of year.

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Calgary Luxury Homes for Sale

I am pleased and excited to present this prestigious new Calgary listing in my Calgary Real Estate blog. As you can see from the pictures below, there is nothing quite like this in Calgary Inner City homes.

Crescent Heights is an Inner City community, walking distance just North of Downtown Calgary with stunning downtown, river, city and mountain views. This contemporary homes is design by Paul Lavoie with 10,000 sq.ft. of total luxurious living space, and its design for entertaining.

If you are interested in viewings this home, please contact us and I will arrange a private showing.

Thinking of Buying or Selling?

Contact Mark Anthony Sadiua....Royal LePage Solutions REALTOR®, C.C.S. or Call (403) 619-1019 for your

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Get Ready for Old Man Winter

When winter comes, there are a number of things that you can do for your home and for yourself to make the cold season easier. 

First of all, replace all of your screens with storm windows so that you keep the heat in and the cold out. Clean out your gutters and downspouts so that any melting snow and ice goes away from your house, which can prevent damage to your foundation as well as any surrounding concrete or asphalt. 

Turn off the valve to the outside water hose.  This will prevent your pipes from freezing and bursting if they get too cold.  Another tip to prevent burst pipes is to ensure that any pipes that pass through uninsulated portions of your home (such as an unfinshed basement) are wrapped in pipe

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