Real Estate Blog / Data - Blog Archive: May, 2020

May 2020

Found 4 blog entries for May 2020.

 

 

Sean Furlong - MaxWell Canyon Creek

Clarissa Morales - MaxWell Capital Realty

Francis  Fan - MaxWell Polaris

Tammie Savage - MaxWell Progressive

Michael Caputo - MaxWell Progressive 

Shawn Blanchard - MaxWell Devonshire Realty (Lethbridge)

Jen Haukedal - MaxWell Polaris

Jay Love - MaxWell Polaris 

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Sorry to hear that another business is closing down in Calgary. Buon Giorno was one of my favorite restaurants and I'm sure that it was an iconic Italian restaurant in Calgary, loved by many others. It was opened in 1987 and later the restaurant was owned by Gabriele Battistessa for decades. The renowned Italian chef Gabriele Battistessa established the restaurant very well and brought it up to its finest and he retired in June 2016 but sadly only a few months later passed away after battle with cancer. The property was sold to Arlington Street Investments, and they found another person to continue the restaurant for nearly four years until now. Beginning of last year, the City granted the application for change of use for a Cannabis Store for this

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If you’re in the market to put your home on the market, you are probably looking into whether to hire a real estate agent or not. The main differences between these two options go back to what you’ll save. While you might think you can keep a lot of your hard-invested cash by selling your home alone, this is not necessarily the case. In the long run, it’ll be more beneficial to utilize a realtor versus going the FSBO (for sale by owner – pronounced fizz-bo) route. You’re the only one that can ultimately make this decision but be sure to take a moment to read some highlights on potential outcomes.

 

Save Time

Would you rather spend your weekends off relaxing or hosting an open house? This is

just one of the things a licensed real

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If you’re buying a home for the first time, it can be a little difficult trying to figure out where to start. Here’s a handy to-do list to help you out, and be sure to call me if you have any questions!

  1. Save: Save for a down payment, closing costs, and insurance, and taxes. It is always safe to have 20% of the amount of the home you are trying to buy. So, if you are looking at a $300,000 home, try to have $60,000 saved. The minimum down payment is 5%  

  2. Improve Credit Score: Make sure to stay current on your bills, make no major purchases, don’t cancel any credit cards. A higher credit score means a lower interest rate!

  3. Calculate What You Can Afford: Look for a mortgage calculator online, or give me a call and I

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