December 2015

There are 4 blog entries for December 2015.


Celebrate New Year in style




- New Year’s Eve Family Pool Celebration 

- New Year's Eve Outdoor Celebration

- Zoo Year’s Eve

- Cheers 2 New Years 2016

- NYE Ultimate Cowboy Rodeo and Cabaret

- Airdrie News Year's Eve Fireworks





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The holidays are festive but also teeming of school concerts, parties, visits to Santa and shopping trips to the mall.  However, if your home is on the market at this time of the year you can know the courageous customers out there are serious. Seeing your home decked for the holidays just might make them want to ring in the New Year there as their own home.

Try these tips to get buyers in the buying spirit:

Pure and Simple.  Adding reindeer and snowmen figurines to an already cluttered home, will not transform it to inviting.  Before you start to add festive cheer, be sure to stage and clean your home first.

A Few of My Favorite Things. The pillars of home-staging might tempt you to avoid the adornment, but a few hints of the holidays

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- Once Upon a Christmas - Saturday, November 21 to Sunday, December 20

- Lion’s Festival of Lights – Saturday, November 28, 2015 to Friday, January 8, 2016

- Christmas at Spruce Meadows - Saturday, December 5 to Sunday, January 3, 2016

- The CP Holiday Train – Friday, December 11

- The Christmas Carol Project - Monday, December 21 to Wednesday, December 23

- ZOOLIGHTS – Friday, November 27, 2015 to Saturday, January 2, 2016

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Frail sales activity relative to inventory places descending pressure on prices

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Calgary, Dec. 1, 2015 – Persistently high inventory levels within Calgary’s residential resale housing market, combined with weak sales activity, contributed to buyers' conditions in November.

Monthly sales totaled 1,263 units, a 28 per cent decline from last year and nearly 20 per cent below the 10-year average. Meanwhile, the amount of new listings in the market increased by five per cent over last November, and moved five per cent above 10-year average.

The combination of both soft sales and elevated listings caused months of supply to rise above four months. It represents the third consecutive month that housing supply in the city has remained near four

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