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August 2011

Found 2 blog entries for August 2011.

aug_20_2011_how_to_survive_400So before Clint and I left for Sandpoint, we had a record of three deals all closing within 15 days of the first written offer. Having been through this process so many times, I sometimes forget how stressful a quick closing can be on my Calgary Real Estate buyers. When you have mortgage people calling every 20 minutes, your Calgary Realtor showing up at your door for signatures, and a Home Inspector with a bit of a long face, this big decision can turn nightmarish without the right guidance (and private place to cry when you need to). So I decided to write this little blurb on how to survive a quick close, because it can be done successfully.

First of all, I always tell my buyers that I have seen deals close in less than 3 days from offer acceptance.

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Hehe, yes there has been whispers of a price correction a'comin in our True North strong and free, but according TD Economics, our investments in Calgary Real Estate seem to be safe! In fact, unlike most other cities in Canada, we're meant to see a steady and gradual increase. "TD Economics has forecasted that the national average resale price will drop 10.2% over 2012 and 2013. But it looks like Calgary will escape this downward trend largely because it's already gone through much of its correction. august_2_2011_real_estate_roller_coaster_400

TD Economics predicts the city's average price will rise to $405,800 in 2012, up from $403,700 in 2011. And by 2013, TD economics projects the average price will reach $410,500." We're looking at a 1.7% increase while Vancouver's bloated price tags can

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