Posted by Crystal Tost on Thursday, December 30, 2010 at 3:39:06 PMBy Crystal Tost / December 30, 2010Comment
Calgary Job picture promising as economy recovers
Chief Economist of Calgary Chamber of Commerce, Ben Brunnen says that Calgary has become a very viable option to invest in and during the coming days it will be a very good place to search for jobs too. He says that a lot of money is being utilized in the oil sands of this province. These projects are of a very long life-span. And after its on-stream production in 2011, some real good employments are expected to take place in Calgary.
Professionals of different sectors like lawyers, accountants, trades-people,...
Posted by Crystal Tost on Friday, December 10, 2010 at 2:10:35 PMBy Crystal Tost / December 10, 2010Comment
Experts reduce forecast for real estate sales
According to Canadian Real Estate Association, Interest rates are expected to rise next year, which will surely bring down this volume. Despite a good performance in sales from July to September, the umbrella organization for Canada's local and provincial real estate boards and associations has estimated a dropped sale in the current year and also for the next year.
The third quarter stared with a low note. Though, it gained a small pick later, but still it was not showing a positive hope, which prompted CREA...
Posted by Crystal Tost on Wednesday, December 1, 2010 at 6:52:06 PMBy Crystal Tost / December 1, 2010Comment
Selling your Calgary home in the winter? Winter is a great time to play up your home's cosy charm!
Some people believe it is more difficult to sell your Calgary home in the winter than in the summer. But there are some advantages to selling your Calgary home during the cooler months.
Sellers can take a little more time in considering offers with fewer homes on the market with less competition than the frenzied spring market. The variables that lead people to purchase homes happen year round, job changes, growing family up sizing or downsizing these things are not seasonal at all. The cooler months...