February 2018

Found 3 blog entries for February 2018.

We have lived in the Calgary, AB community of Silverado since 2014.  We love Silverado for many reasons - Here are just a few of the reasons we love Silverado:

  • Close proximity - but not to close - to the C-train which has reduced the daily commute to down town Calgary by at least twenty minutes each way compared to other communities we have lived in.
  • On a nice evening or on the weekends we love to escape to Bragg Creek or mountain trails west on Hwy 22X. It's a short drive without fighting any city traffic and you are in the amazing Rocky Mountains. 
  • It is quiet. Guest to our homes often comment on how quiet it is here, even though it's close to all the amenities.
  • The residents of Silverado that we have met are very friendly, community
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We’ve all heard the unfortunate stories. Someone with not enough insurance coverage is injured or killed in a tragedy leaving behind a mountain of debt for their loved ones. Often, you don’t want to spend the extra money on insurance, but when something happens it’s the best investment of your life.

The same can be said when you buy a home. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment when you’re looking for your forever home. You see all the glitter, but maybe fail to see not everything is gold. And that’s where a home inspection can come into play. For a roughly $500 investment on the biggest purchase of your life, it should be a no-brainer to have a home inspection, whether the home is 100 years old or brand new.

In many cases, people don’t bother

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We’ve all heard the unfortunate stories. Someone with not enough insurance coverage is injured or killed in a tragedy leaving behind a mountain of debt for their loved ones. Often, you don’t want to spend the extra money on insurance, but when something happens it’s the best investment of your life.

The same can be said when you buy a home. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment when you’re looking for your forever home. You see all the glitter, but maybe fail to see not everything is gold. And that’s where a home inspection can come into play. For a roughly $500 investment on the biggest purchase of your life, it should be a no-brainer to have a home inspection, whether the home is 100 years old or brand new.

In many cases, people don’t bother to

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