JUST LISTED 13067 Twp Rd 265, Rocky View County Visit here for full listing details: https://peshketeam.maxwellrealty.ca/.../a2033999-13067.../ View the video here: https://youtu.be/knTTg8iUj-A $1,049,000 MLS A2033999 4.57 Acres Spacious bi-level home 2 bedrooms 2.5 baths Heated triple attached garage Call/message us for more details: 403-681-0319 Prime location offers privacy & spectacular south-facing views! The custom built home’s main level features a bright & open concept design that is highlighted by a vaulted ceiling, numerous large windows, & brand new custom built gourmet kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, sleek granite counters, soft-close cabinets & full-extension drawers. The…
Rocky View Acreage Sold!
Congratulations to our sellers on the sale of their beautiful acreage in Rocky View County! Wishing you all the best on your new adventures!
Hot New Bungalow Listed - 251 Dover Ridge Close SE, Calgary
JUST LISTED! Beautiful fully developed bungalow, overlooking greenspace, located in the heart of Calgary 251 Dover Ridge Close SE, Calgary Visit here for full listing details: https://peshketeam.maxwellrealty.ca/.../a2031221-251.../ View the video here: https://youtu.be/8kognTm_M6k $365,000 MLS A2031221 3 bedrooms up + 1 down 2.5 baths Double heated garage/shop Relaxing front deck, overlooking greenspace Call/message us for more details: 403-681-0319
Fix it? Or leave it “as is”?
When preparing your property for sale, you want to make it as attractive as possible to buyers. After all, the more buyers like what they see, the higher the probability you’ll get good offers. That’s why it’s advisable to clean, declutter, decorate, fix, and improve as much as possible. But, how far should you go with fixing and improving? For example, should you tear down the old deck and build a new one? Or, should you leave it as is? Should you paint the main floor? Or is it okay to leave the faded finish and few wall dents just as they are? Those can be difficult questions to answer because many factors come into play.
• What is the traditional return on investment for that home improvement? (In other words, how much will you get back when you…
Hot New Listing!!! 4 Montenaro Bay, Cochrane
$1,149,000 MLS A2019482 Huge 1/2 acre lot 2 story with fully developed basement 6 bedrooms + main floor office 3.5 baths Triple heated garage w/high doors Private yard and stunning views! Call/message us for more details: 403-681-0319
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Bank of Canada increases policy interest rate by 50 basis points, continues quantitative tightening
The Bank of Canada today increased its target for the overnight rate to 4¼%, with the Bank Rate at 4½% and the deposit rate at 4¼%. The Bank is also continuing its policy of quantitative tightening.
Inflation around the world remains high and broadly based. Global economic growth is slowing, although it is proving more resilient than was expected at the time of the October Monetary Policy Report (MPR). In the United States, the economy is weakening but consumption continues to be solid and the labour market remains overheated. The gradual easing of global supply bottlenecks continues, although further progress could be disrupted by geopolitical events.
The Bank of Canada is facing a difficult decision- as Canada's yield curve inverts even deeper, what will the Bank of Canada decide?
TORONTO (Reuters) - As the Bank of Canada considers ditching oversized interest rate hikes, it is dealing with an economy likely more overheated than previously thought but also the bond market’s clearest signal yet that recession and lower inflation lie ahead.
Canada’s central bank says that the economy needs to slow from overheated levels in order to ease inflation. If its tightening campaign overshoots to achieve that objective it could trigger a deeper downturn than expected.
The bond market could be flagging that risk. The yield on the Canadian 10-year government bond has fallen nearly 100 basis points below the 2-year yield, marking the biggest inversion of Canada’s yield curve in Refinitiv data going back to 1994 and deeper than the U.S.…
Housing Market Snapshot for October 2022
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