Blog by Zachary Champoux
Condominium Market Shows Promise
by Zachary Champoux
While declining inventory has been a recurring theme in the Single Family Market over the past year, the same has not been true for Calgary's Condominium market. In fact, excess supply coined with deflated demand has trademarked Calgary's Condo market for the last several years. January 2013 showed a trend in the opposite direction, as m ...
Settled in the early 1900's by Western European immigrants, Bridgeland has evolved to become Calgary's Little Italy. Situated on a ridge overlooking the Bow river, many areas of Bridgeland offer panoramic views of Downtown Calgary, the river pathways, and the mountains to the west. Restaurants like Main Dish and Villa Firenze offer some of the best cuisine in Calgary. Bridgeland Market provi ...
The 10-year fixed-rate mortgage has generated renewed interest lately as borrowers look to lock in for the long term and enjoy the security and peace of mind this brings.
With mortgage rates at all-time lows, it turns out that fashion isn’t the only thing that comes back into style! In fact, 10-year fixed mortgage rates have never looked so tempting.
Following are three key reasons to co ...
Here is a great article about the top 7 reasons why a lender declines your application.
I advise my clients as a Mortgage Professional that not all lenders are created equal and the interest rate is not always the most important part of a mortgage.
It all depends on your specific situation and needs.
posted by Canadian Real Estate Wealth, ...
Spring has arrived (sort of) and it’s time for renewal. An ever increasing number of Canadian homeowners are choosing to renovate their current dwelling versus purchase of a new house. So, from a home inspectors’ point of view, here are some important considerations.
Renovations or improvements fall into three categories. They all depend on your budget, time-frame and personal goals.
As a Certified Negotiation Expert®, I am somtimes asked by friends and acquaintences to help resolve their disputes. While this can be flattering, it would be much more fulfilling if I could provide people with the skills to solve their own differences of perspective.
So here you go.
The 3 Tools Every Negotiator Needs
Tool #1 - Empathise! "God gave us two ears and one mouth for a reason" ...