Whether you’re thinking about buying a new home, selling your home, or both, it’s smart to get a sense of what’s going on with the Calgary market. Trends can help you decide whether now’s the right time to make your move or whether it might be better to wait a few more months. 

The holidays are almost upon us which means people are busy shopping and getting together with their friends and family. Whether you’re looking for something fun to do with your out-of-town guests or just want a chance to get out on your own for a while, check out our list of the must-see events for December.

Getting pictures with Santa is a time-honored tradition, but those who have four-legged “children” may feel left out of this fun milestone. That doesn’t have to be the case anymore. Whether you’ve been looking for a cute way to mark the years with your pet or an adorable photo for your Christmas cards, you have … Continued

Bedrooms only look small when they’re not planned well. When you choose the right type of furniture for the space you have and arrange it in the right way, you’ll find your new bedroom is like an oasis of calm you can retreat to each night.

As you approach retirement, you know you want a low-maintenance lifestyle. Many couples are choosing to sell their family homes in favour of something smaller and easier to manage. Builders are responding to the needs of retirees by creating homes that fit the two types of retirement lifestyles – those who are looking to comfortably age in their … Continued

You’ve probably heard that you need to have a good credit score to buy a home, but unless you’ve done some research, you might not fully understand the effects your score can have on your mortgage.  Learn more about why your credit score is important and what you can do to improve it.

Finding that perfect balance between convenience and privacy in a multi-generational home is a challenge. Most people think they can only look at sprawling, single-family homes if they’re interested in having grandparents, parents, and children living together. However, this doesn’t have to be the case as townhomes can actually work well for large families.