Blog by Lori Spada
Another month has come and gone with only 2 left in the year…..can’t believe 2016 isn’t that far off.
In looking at some of the numbers, so far this month, there were 796 sales in the single family detached sector, compared with 905 in the previous month. In comparing these numbers to last year where there were 1,177 sales in October and 1 ...
Happy National Cat Day!
I recently attended an event that included discussions on City Economic Trends, Housing Market, Municipal Finance, City Planning, Housing Affordability …… and other topics along this vein.
Did you know that?
- Population growth in existing communities within Calgary City limits between the years 2006 and 2039 is expected to be 800,000
- The political administration is offering to incr ...
I only wish I'd had a better camera with me at the time but you get the idea.
Are you moving to Calgary? Stumbling upon scenery like this, as you go about your day, is common place.
Have you come across any favorite's? Feel free to share them.
I recently attended a real estate conference in San Francisco and combined it with a few days in Carmel-by-the-Sea beforehand. It’s got a whole different feel to it than anywhere else I’ve ever been. The homes are beyond charming and most have been built in the early to mid-1900’s. Aside from seeing a pod of dolphins playing in the Bay, I was taken with the buildings, ...
Happy and safe Stampeding - Ya-hoo!
The Tuscany LRT station will have a new art installation going in over the next few weeks. "roger that" is a very cool concept - depending upon where you'd view the installation, the view will change - up close it looks like random rods with lights but from afar it appears as a circle.
The installation was designed by Bill Pechet of Pechet Studios.
I think we're v ...