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Calgary real estate

Things are getting a little too hot for comfort this winter.
An extra $1,500 was on the line for Weiner's client, Gavin Wolch.
And the vacancy rate just hit a 25-year high.
And it's just going to get worse.
Every city has its hotspot -- the coolest community, the hippest 'hood. It's the place where the stylemakers go, where the trendsetters do their thing. It's about knowing where to go, where to be seen.
From the Rockies to St. Albert.
It's important to note that many of the residential neighbourhoods on this list are not necessarily riddled with crime. In fact, some of these neighbourhoods are generally safe and sought-after areas within their respective cities -- which is a potential reason why they have become targets for breaking and entering.
"Timing the bottom of the market is proving to be quite a challenge."
We'll take the one with the elaborate wine cellar, please.
For new developments being proposed in both Vancouver and Calgary, information is typically put forward by the developer and the city to communities. But now, we're seeing community groups releasing their own information to residents. The motive is to try to increase opposition to the project.