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Real estate transactions can lead to greater responsibilities

A famous movie quote compares life to a box of chocolates and the uncertain contents that lie within. The same can be said of a building, whether a single home, or a entire apartment complex. Some real estate transactions end up leading to increased responsibilities, and possible maintenance issues. Consider the recent acquisition made by a prominent Alberta landowner.

Time is ripe for first-time residential real estate buyers

All across Canada, people are talking about the housing market. Residential real estate is a booming sector in many parts of the country, with limited homes available and record sales figures. In Alberta, however, the situation is a little different. For some people, that's just fine.

Review restrictions before making real estate transactions

When making any major decision, it is important to conduct research before coming to a conclusion. Making the effort ahead of time may save a lot of trouble down the road. That's the realization an Alberta man has no doubt come to about real estate transactions after his recreation plans became snarled in red tape.

Commercial real estate abounds in downtown Calgary

It is said that every dark cloud has a silver lining. Right now, the dark cloud looming over Alberta is a sagging economy due to the slumping energy sector. For the commercial real estate market, however, the lining is made of diamonds, as two major diamond miners have chosen to relocate to the city.

New condo regulations will impact residential real estate buyers

Purchasing a new condominium unit is an exciting next step for some buyers, and an attractive investment for others. In either case, knowing when the unit is due to be ready may make a large difference to a residential real estate buyer who's making plans for the future. As it happens, though, developers are not legally bound to adhere to a construction timeline.

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