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At-Home Routines to Kick-Start School Season

It’s time for your kids to go back to school! The transition from summer vacation to the daily school routine can be challenging for kids of all ages, but there are some simple ways parents can make this transition smooth and painless. 

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The Difference Between Regular and Zero Lot Lines

When building a brand new home, one of the most important things for homeowners to consider is choosing the right lot. This means considering how close to each of the property lines the home should be when it's plotted. 

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To Rent or To Buy: Payment Comparisons

Since buying a home is one of the most important financial decisions the majority of Calgarians will ever make, it's essential to understand when and how it may be advantageous to buy a home versus continuing to pay rent

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What to Expect From a Builder After You Purchase

After deciding to purchase a brand-new home, you dive into the exciting process of figuring out what type of home you’d like to live in. Choosing a home design, paint colours, carpeting, bathroom fixtures and more are all part of the excitement. But, what can you expect from the builder after you buy your home? The truth is, quite a lot!

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Six Helpful Hints for Picking Home Decor Accessories

One of the best parts about moving into a brand-new home? You get to decorate! Accessories can contribute a lot to the overall appearance of a room, and here you will discover six tips for selecting the best accessories to enhance your home’s décor. 

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Banks versus Brokers: What's the Difference?

When you choose to buy a home, it's highly unlikely you'll pay for the purchase out of pocket. The money will ultimately come from one of two sources: a banker or a broker. But how do you know which one to choose? Both have their benefits and drawbacks, but it's good to know what to expect from either source.

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