Welcome home to this TOP Floor one Bedroom, one Bathroom unit which is walking distance to major shopping centers, restaurants, parks and public transportation. An open concept unit flows with a WHITE kitchen and central dining area that leads to a great sized living room with access to the south facing balcony for all day natural light. The large primary suite has a good sized closet and adjacent to the 4 piece bathroom. Inside the laundry room there is ample in unit storage space. Included is one above ground parking stall with ample visitor parking for guests.  The building is ideally located with close proximity to the Canadian Armed Forces Base (CAFB), Anthony Henday and other major access routes. The building is pet friendly with board approval…

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Selling a house is a journey, often filled with ups, downs, and unexpected turns and moments when you question everything. But amidst the uncertainty, there's an unwritten chapter of triumph for those who dare to persist. determination, and unwavering commitment.  Let's dive into this adventure and discover why sticking with the process is the secret ingredient to success, even during the stormiest of times.


Imagine this: You've decided to sell your house, full of hope and anticipation. The journey kicks off with excitement, sprucing up your space, capturing the perfect photos, and eagerly waiting for the right buyer to stroll in. But instead your faced difficulties and obstacles emerge.


Sometimes, the path to selling isn't all smooth sailing.…

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With a sigh of relief for most Canadians the Bank of Canada has announced today that it will not be raising its key rates as it sees the inflationary pressures easing with the economic slowdown. The over night rate will stay put at 5% for now.    

"The slowdown in the economy is reducing inflationary pressures in a broadening range of goods and services prices. Combined with the drop in gasoline prices, this contributed to the easing of CPI inflation to 3.1% in October. However, shelter price inflation has picked up, reflecting faster growth in rent and other housing costs along with the continued contribution from elevated mortgage interest costs. In recent months, the Bank’s preferred measures of core inflation have been around 3½-4%, with the…

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