Real Estate Blog / Data - Blog Archive: September, 2018

September 2018

Found 10 blog entries for September 2018.



Custom family bungalow in Yankee Valley Estates, Airdrie with 2553 sq ft + another 2229 down, 3 good sized bdrms + a den on the main floor, striking floor to ceiling fireplace, tall ceilings, luxurious ensuite, amazing mudroom & separate large laundry room, in floor heated, walk down to basement from garage, developed basement with 2 more bedrooms, theatre room and so much more...
$1,199,900 MLS #C4195652
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Have you been looking for a stunning park like property that is tree lined? Need a shop? 26x50 heated shop plus an oversized attached garage. Very well maintained 4 level split on 2 acres located in between Calgary and Airdrie just North of Cross Iron Mall. $950 000 MLS# C4195655 
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Happy Possession Day to this wonderful couple! What a pleasure it has been to work with them. Wishing them all the best in their new home 
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Is your home feeling a little cramped? If so, there are many relatively inexpensive ways to free up more space. Here are some ideas:  1. Convert traditional into non-traditional space. We’re all familiar with converting a spare bedroom into a home office or kids’ playroom. You can also create space by finding other uses for pantries and walk-in closets.  2. Explore smart storage solutions. There are many products on the market that revolutionize how you store things. For example, there are closet organizers available that double storage capacity. Check out the options at your local home improvement store.  3. Get rid of unneeded furnishings. Is there a chair no one ever uses? Is there a side table that takes up a lot of space, with…
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If you need to upsize or you’re simply ready for a change, it’s tempting to consider a major renovation. After all, renovating means you don’t have to go through the process of selling your property and buying another more suitable home. You just fix up the one you’ve got! However, you need to carefully consider the pros and cons of renovating before going this route. You don’t want to invest in a costly renovation only to end up with a home that still doesn’t meet your needs. Say, for example, your current property doesn’t have a home office. Since all the bedrooms are taken, you decide to renovate a portion of the basement. Building that new home office may seem like a simple project, but once you consider new electrical, flooring, lighting, etc., it…
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