Not only is Calgary the most livable city in Canada, it's actually the most livable city in North America!That's according to a recent release by the Economic Intelligence Unit landing Calgary in at #3 in the entire world! 


How did Calgary rank in each category? Enjoy our candid take on this big news for the city while we explore the results and data points. 

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Stability

Calgary scored a total of 95 on the stability ranking, putting us in a tie with Toronto and 5 points ahead of Vancouver. Guess the Canucks Stanley cup riot is still punishing the city, maybe the EIU is waiting for the Canucks to be good again to test whether the city has actually changed? Go Flames Go. 

Prevalence of petty crime 

Prevalence of violent crime

Threat…

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If you are looking to sell your house, there are many questions you may not yet have answers to like ‘when was my house built?’ and ‘who built my house?'. Knowing the history of your home is important to buyers who are often interested in every detail about the property that they are buying. how old is my house

Before closing the sale on your home, you may need to do some research to determine its age so that the buyer can be more informed. We will go through the steps for how to find out when a house was built and who constructed it.

How Old Is My House?

Determining when your house was built can seem like a complicated and daunting process. Uncovering the history of a home you are interested in buying can also leave you scratching your head. With a little effort…

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May 2022 Calgary Real Estate Statistics Recap

We're all watching the news, increasing interest rates, gas prices are through the roof, inflation is at all time highs, and there seems to be no end in sight, what does this meanMAY 2022 REAL ESTATE CALGARY for buyers and sellers looking to make a move in the Calgary real estate market? First off and foremost, if you haven't locked in rates with a mortgage broker or your bank, you're now in a position where your money simply won't go as far as it once would, but as the market continues to increase with inventory along with declines in sales, we're likely to see a real estate market that reflects the other major markets in our economy. 

We saw a decrease of over 9% in sales from last month, new listings came down 6% from last…

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