The Hamptons is one of northwest Calgary's premier golf communities. This highly sought after, affluent community is well suited to Executive living. The stunning golf course of The Hamptons weaves through the neighbourhood with manicured fairways and greens, gorgeous ponds and natural ravines.

The Hamptons offers residents so much more than golf; the community is rich in amenities including an Olympic size hockey rink, tennis courts, ball diamonds, soccer pitches and a state-of-the art playground. An annual HOA fee of $200 ensures the community stays in peak condition year round with enhanced area maintenance, including planting of flower beds, increased grass cutting, watering and weeding. The Hamptons Homeowner Association is very active, putting on…

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Calgary's real estate market has been sitting in buyer's conditions for the past 5 years or so. As we move into 2019, these conditions will more than likely continue for a bit longer. However, if you're trying to sell a home in the current conditions, here's some simple tricks that can help. 

  • First impressions are important: curb appeal is crucial, so make sure your home looks attractive and appealing from the outside. The first thing they see and the feeling they have when they drive up will set the mood for the showing!
  • Keep the closets half-empty: every buyer is looking for storage, and the more storage the better. Making your rooms and closets look emptier and decluttered will give the illusion of more space and storage.
  • Remove your pets:

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It's a new year, it's a new month and it's a new season—a cold one! With winter upon us, there's some crucial maintenance tasks you should tackle at home that will set yourself up for success the rest of the season (and probably save you money too). 

  • Protect your pipes: as we already know in Alberta, temperatures can get very cold in the winter. You can help prevent the opportunity for a burst pipe by insulating your outdoor pipes. You should also be familiar with where your home's water shut-off valve is so you can turn off water quickly in the event of a burst pipe. Other things you can do to prevent water pipe bursts in the winter, is to ensure your heat is on enough at all times to keep your home warm. Many people drop their home's temperature…

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