It’s easy to look at the purchase price of the home and make an offer! But what other upfront costs are involved when you buy a home?
Buying a home on your own isn’t impossible. It just takes a little more organization, planning, and preparation to make sure you’re ready.
Buying a house is an exciting time. The last thing you’re thinking about is what will happen if you break your mortgage contract early.
The tourists are back! Here are some tried and true ways to get around the mountains during the busy summer months.
It can be overwhelming to look at homes and see which one is best for you. Here are 5 common problems that shouldn’t make or break your sale.
It’s common to buy a home with certain conditions that need to be fulfilled before the sale is finalized. Here are 3 common contingencies.
Moving to the Bow Valley means embracing the mountain lifestyle. It’s important to consider who is on the trails with proper trail etiquette.
When it comes time to sell your house, it can be difficult to show it off. Here are 4 simple renos that can lead to a big ROI.
We talked with Community Cruiser’s Chair Jen Tweddell and volunteer mechanic Jeremy White about how to get your bike ready for the spring!
Things are changing, fast. With mortgage rates fluctuating daily, is now the best time to lock into a fixed rate?
Buying a fixer-upper can be an enticing idea. Flip it and sell it or renovate it into your dream home. But what is the real cost?
The process for buying an investment property in Banff is similar to buying an investment property anywhere else.
There are currently more people looking to buy than homes for sale. Here are some ways to navigate buying a home in this seller’s market.
One of the easiest ways to stage a home is with a fresh coat of paint. With all the paint colours under the rainbow, which one do you choose?
Winter is a great time to tackle an indoor, DIY renovation around the home. Here are 4 common pitfalls that can lead to DIY disasters.
From working on Toronto’s Bay Street to becoming a tourism leader in Banff, Julie Canning is an advocate for living the mountain life.
House for Whale Watchers is one of a select few homes in Canmore designed by the prestigious architect Jeremy Sturgess.
If you’re going to spend winter anywhere, it might as well be in the mountains. Here are 4 reasons why you should buy this winter.
Alberta is an excellent place for solar power. Canmore and Banff have great solar rebates if you’re looking at this upgrade for your home.
Fractional ownership can be an excellent and affordable way to have a vacation home in the mountains. But what exactly is it?
As we approach the holiday season, there is a lot going on in our little mountain communities.
Here are some amazing trails to explore in your back yard that will take you on many adventures.
Here are 5 things on your home buyer checklist to make sure you check during an open house to get an idea of the home's condition.
Looking to put your home on the market? These simple, cost-effective DIY projects can increase its value and get your home sold faster!
When looking for a mortgage to buy your next property, it’s easy to get caught up in interest rates. But there's so much more to a good deal.
Buying a home is exciting. Make sure you don't fall for these common emotional pitfalls that will have you making an expensive mistake!
The Banff Theatre Collective began 5 years ago when 5 newfound friends decided to share their passion for theatre in Banff.
Looking to buy into the mountain dream? Here are some things to consider when choosing between a house or condo in the mountains.
The Pine Tree Players began in 1978, when a group of Canmoreites recognized the need for performing arts in the little mountain town.
Buying and selling at the same time is not for the faint of heart! Here is expert advice from a local mortgage broker and realtor.
Your small space doesn’t have to be a deterrent when staging your home with these 5 tips to stage your small space so you can sell faster!
Born in small town Northern Ontario, Olympian and multi-talented Kelly VanderBeek shares the best parts of mountain life in the Bow Valley.