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Calgary Real Estate and Community News

Calgary Real Estate Market Update-March 2024

Apr 11, 2024

As we entered spring, sales rose, but new listings did not keep pace

Calgary Real Estate Market Update-February 2024

Mar 08, 2024

A reminder that while we do anticipate home values to continue to rise sharply, all markets eventually find balance

From Innovators To Experts

Mar 02, 2024

Believe it or not, the footage we captured was innovative at the time. We think we were the second real estate team to use drone video

Interest Rate Increase Influence Buying Power

Sep 11, 2023

Demand continues to surpass stock in Calgary's housing market, as interest rates do another jump.

Tom Albrecht Gives Global News Expert Insight on Housing Inventory

Mar 09, 2023

Once again Tom was asked by Global News to Weigh in on the Calgary housing market.

Have The Contract That Works For You With Seller's Conditions

Nov 11, 2022

I love negotiating these conditions into purchase contracts for my seller clients because it gives us negotiating power down the road if we need it.

How To Tip The Scales With A Winning Cover Letter

Nov 11, 2022

Time and time again, I’ve secured homes for clients for less than they are worth, in part, because of the cover letter. More to the point, it’s just nice. And isn’t being nice and important thing we were taught to do as kids?

Calgary Real Estate Market Update- Nov 2022

Nov 08, 2022

Calgary & area, with our lower home prices than Vancouver & Toronto, continues to attract record-breaking numbers of migrants, and counter-intuitively the interest rate might be helping spur this.

Are Multiple Offers on Your a Home a Good Thing? Not Always

Oct 18, 2022

Multiple offers sound fun, right? Normally getting more than one offer on your home is very exciting because, as I tell my clients, it is the best chance of selling your home for as much money as possible.

Calgary Real Estate Market Update - October 2022

Oct 17, 2022

Prices have continued to erode this month, over almost all property types and locations. It is important to note that this erosion, unlike other rapidly declining major Canadian markets, is being driven entirely by sentiment and not by the relative number of buyers and sellers in the market.