Hello Monday! Use today as a day to have FUN while at work! How will you do that? Bring in a box of donuts to the office? Play games in the afternoon? Whatever it may I hope it's the MOST FUN!
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Equity: is the difference between what you owe on your mortgage and what your home is currently worth.⁠
The real estate market is always evolving kind of like our lives! If you're a homeowner, your equity could go a long way in the purchase of your next home! ⁠
Let me help you decide if now is the right time for your family to buy and/or sell. I am are here to help!⁠
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#203 - 1833 11 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3C 0N7, Canada

MLS#: A1176143

It has arrived - a modern, open concept, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo! 

Get all the perks of city living while enjoying the spacious, trendy unit you have been imagining yourself living in. 


You won’t have to lift a finger to make this home your stylish pad that has been totally renovated, with it’s bright white walls amplifying the natural light, trendy laminate and faux cork flooring, there’s no work needed.

Nestle into your master bedroom with an inviting 4 piece ensuite, while your guest catches their z’s in the spare room. 

Your in suite laundry is convenient and super quiet as it has been upgraded. 

You will love being just minutes to the downtown core, or a 5 minute walk to the CTrain station in a safe neighbourhood. 

Your guests will love the free parking along the street, while you enjoy underground heated parking. 

Come take a look! See the stylish city lifestyle you crave or the investment you won't regret.


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Alberta does not charge a land transfer tax! However, you will be charged a property registration fee. The property registration fee has two components:

1. Property Value Component: $50, plus $2 for every $5,000 of purchase price (rounded up).

2. Mortgage Component: $50, plus $1.50 for every $5,000 of your mortgage amount (rounded up).

Your total registration fee is the sum of the two fees above.
Have questions? Contact me for answers!
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Considering selling? Consider the following guide as you prepare to list & contact me with your questions!
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The Canadian government’s Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) lets you borrow money from your RRSP if:

1. you're a first-time homebuyer; or
2. you’ve lived separately and apart from your spouse or common-law partner for at least 90 days and started living separately and apart anytime in the preceding 4 years as a result of a relationship breakdown (conditions apply).

If you’re looking to buy, build or maintain your primary residence, you can use this money for your down payment, closing costs, or both.

You can withdraw up to $35,000 from your RRSP per calendar year. Spouses or partners may also each withdraw up to $35,000 per calendar year — $70,000 in total. The borrowed funds must be in your RRSP for at least 90 days before taken out. Withdraw the money no later than 30 days after the closing date.

You can borrow money from your RRSP tax-free if you pay it back to your RRSP starting no later than the second year after the withdrawal date. Pay back the full amount within 15 years, through regular payments. Every year, the government sends you a statement summarizing what you repaid and what's outstanding.

Want to discuss how this impacts your home buying decision? Contact me with your questions and to find the answers your looking for.
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It's not just about overcoming external obstacles.. sometimes it's about overcoming your own mind! Believe it or not but simply getting started on something is already an accomplishment. 

So if you've been thinking, researching comparable homes, and are finding interest in the stats of the market, contact me to have a further discussion! I'd love to help guide you towards making your real estate dreams a reality.
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The only person holding you back from achieving the things you want is YOU! No better time than the present to work on your goals and find success!
If you or someone you know is in the market to buy or sell, please introduce us! I'd love to have a conversation about what's motivating you at this time!
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