By Laura Parsons, Vice President, BMO Mortgage Specialists Entering the world of homeownership is a big process. Our friends at BMO have broken down a few of the most [...]
You’ve all waited for enough things over the past two years, the last thing you want to wait for now is your new home.
A big challenge of buying a new home in Calgary tends to be selecting the neighbourhood (or community) to live in. The old saying that the most important three words in real estate are ‘location, location and location’ places a lot of added pressure on this decision.
When building a brand new home, one of the most important things for homeowners to consider is choosing the right lot. This means considering how close to each of the property lines the home should be when it's plotted. Regular and zero lot line lots are the primary types of home lots orientations.
The time has come to buy a new home. The question is: should you purchase a new build or resale home? Here’s a look at why new builds should always be at the top of your new home checklist.
Our showhomes are by appointment only right now but that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the low interest rates and purchase your dream home!
After deciding to purchase a brand-new home, you dive into the exciting process of figuring out what type of home you’d like to live in. Choosing a home design, paint colours, carpeting, bathroom fixtures are all part of the excitement. What can you expect from the builder after you buy your home?
Not every home is suitable for everyone. If you're in the market for a new build, spec, or quick possession home, here are just a few styles that might work.
Use these tips to help you determine whether you’ve found an Area Manager or Associate who’s going to be on your side throughout the building process.
Here are 11 questions that will help you get all the information you need during your visit with an area manager so you can choose the best builder in Calgary.