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Your Furniture Shopping Sidekick: Ideas for Your Home Office

Posted by Earl Raatz on Nov 15, 2018

home office can serve a lot of purposes. It can be a place where you operate your small business or finish projects you’ve brought home from work. Regardless of how you use your home office, it’s best to choose furniture that’s both decorative and practical. We can help!

7 Free Apps and Tools for Easier Home Buying

Posted by Earl Raatz on Nov 13, 2018

Buying a new home is no minor undertaking. While it's exhilarating to become a homeowner for the first time, this will be one of the biggest investments you'll make in your life. 

Fortunately, technology can lend a huge helping hand. To help you streamline the process of finding and buying a new home, we've rounded up seven of the best free apps and online tools.

Meals on the Move: Calgary’s Best Food Trucks

Posted by Earl Raatz on Nov 08, 2018

Some of Calgary's best restaurants are on four wheels - offering a taste of your favourites and some new experiences as well. Food trucks offer the best of locally-made cuisine, served in various locations throughout the city, including spots close to where you might work or shop. One of them might be making a stop near one of our NuVista communities soon, so be sure to watch for these delicious options!

What is Really Needed for a Down Payment?

Posted by Earl Raatz on Nov 06, 2018

Once you've decided that it's time to buy a new home, you might want to start cutting costs as saving for a down payment becomes a priority. While budgeting and cutting costs will likely be a must to reach your savings goals, it's also important to arm yourself with as much knowledge as you can ahead of time. This way, you'll have a solid understanding of how down payments work, how much you'll want to save and what to expect during the process.

How to Save Money on Your Heating Bill (Even When It’s Cold!)

Posted by Earl Raatz on Nov 01, 2018

There are lots of reasons to look forward to winter in Calgary. Holidays, the changing colours of the leaves, hot chocolate and walks in the snowy woods are just a few of the enjoyable parts of the colder weather. But, you’re not likely to be looking forward to seeing your heating bill go up as the temperature goes down. Discover several tips you can use to save money on your heating bill even as the temperatures dip to their lowest of the season.

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