Calgary City Centre is a well cultured and exceptionally diverse sector, with many historic and well established communities in the city of Calgary. Communities in Calgary City Centre share a close proximity to the City’s downtown core, and boast sustainable infrastructure and gorgeous homes. City Centre features a wide range of Real Estate, ranging from downtown condos to luxury homes, fixer uppers to moderately priced listings.

City Centre features some of the City’s most high end and luxurious homes, while also housing a number of Calgary’s more moderately priced dwellings and communities. Ranging from luxurious homes in Mount Royal or riverside residences in Rideau, to fixer upper projects in Killarney, there is no shortage of diversity in the City Centre sector of Calgary. For more information on City Centre or to view listings contact the Real Estate Partners with RE/MAX First. 

If you’re anything like us, you’ve just made it through Blue Monday and all you can think about is how you need to do something… anything! You’ve got to get out of the slump.activities calgary 2023 february

You’re probably wondering, what is happening in Calgary right now!?

Well, the days might be short, and the nights might be long and cold but that doesn’t mean there aren’t tons of events and activities to enjoy this February in Calgary.

From illuminated night walks to a roaring hockey game, there are still ways to get out and enjoy life during the winter months! These activities will help make your winter more enjoyable while also allowing you to be around other people and maybe even experience something new.

So don't let the cold weather keep you at home! Take advantage…

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If you're a dreamer, an HGTV'er, a DIY'er, or you rock a popping Pinterest board, chances are you have thought about owning an older character home, possible one that needs work, where you can roll up your sleeves and dive deep into a transformative renovation on a  charming old space.

What to Do When You are Searching for an Older Home in Calgary?

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First off, if you're looking for an older home in Calgary, you're going to begin your search through homes for sale located in the inner city of Calgary. Many of these original homes have architectural influences from before the 1900's' through the 20' 30's 40's and throughout the 60's, 70's, etc. In the inner city community of Sunnyside you can find homes built before 1910! Moving a bit further out…

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1. Your bedroom closets should be empty! calgary home seller tips

One of the biggest things we hear from our buyers is that they're looking for more storage in their new home, and it's quite likely that you've probably outgrown your home and the storage inside. One of the best This is some text.

ways to make your home appeal to prospective buyers is by starting the de-cluttering process and one of the best places to start is within your closets. Some buyers with lots of items will go the extra mile by securing a storage unit while their home is active on the market. Leaving your closets clean, and spacious allows buyers to imagine their belongings inside, instead of trying to look past what…

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The latest Calgary MLS Map has been released - with new communities, and a recent separation of quadrants into more refined areas, the shape of the city of Calgary and how we know it has changed!

Take a look at the new CREB (Calgary Real Estate Board) map and the changes that might change how you define the area and quadrant you live in!

Many buyers and sellers in Calgary are familiar with the old school break down of communities, north east, north west, south east, and south west, but as our city continues to grow and evolve, so does the way we view it! The new 2019 Creb map has eight quadrants to define the city, they are city centre which includes communities like Altadore, Sunalta, Beltline, Sunnyside, Renfrew, the North East quadrant…

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With only a few days left for the Calgary Stampede, we thought it'd be fitting to highlight and share a community that boasts some of the best views of the Calgary Stampede, and that goes to the established and beautiful neighbourhood of Ramsay. First established as a consolidation of four communities (Burnsland, Brewery Flats, Grandview and Mills Estate) Ramsay took on its name in 1956 after the consolidation. 

Ramsay is one of the oldest and most diverse and dynamic communities in Calgary, close proximity to the Elbow river, Stampede grounds, downtown core, and inglewood, Ramsay is home to roughly 2000 residents and a variety of smaller businesses, the community is most usually recognized for its amazing views from Scotsman Hill, a backside view…

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