Custom Calgary Renovations: Your Ticket to Luxury Real Estate Markets

The luxury real estate market in Canada saw tremendous growth and improvement last year, and real estate experts predict that the trend will continue, at least until the early part of 2014. According to The Record, the luxury real estate market in Calgary, Alberta will be sustained by constant international and interprovincial migration, as well as additional investments on Alberta’s natural resources. “Overall, Calgary's real estate market has undergone an impressive transformation, establishing the city as a desirable luxury housing market for local, national and international buyers alike." said Ross McCredie of Sotheby's International Realty Canada.

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Capable Calgary Custom Home Builders Redefine Urban Living Spaces

The Vancouver Sun has a January 4, 2014 report that details Calgary’s advantage over Vancouver as the leader in the Canadian real estate market. Calgary’s recent mixed-use developments make it a viable alternative to living in Vancouver, which is currently starting to feel the effects of rising home prices. The article suggests that Gen Y buyers and Baby Boomers will greatly influence the nation’s real estate market in the years to come:

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Save Green By Going Green with Pinnacle Group!

The Government of Canada’s ecoEnergy Retrofit – Homes Program has been renewed until March 31st, 2012 to help homeowners make their homes more energy-efficient and reduce the burden of high energy costs. You can receive up to $5000 in grants but in order to qualify for these grants you need to have a retrofit energy evaluation(audit). This includes both a pre-audit and post-audit to confirm you have completed the upgrades. The audit process costs $425. For a limited time, when you choose Pinnacle Group for your qualifying renovation*, we will cover the cost of your retrofit energy evaluation. Use our expertise to help navigate

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Our Aging Baby-Boomer Population is a growing Tsunami…are we ready?

“With today’s aging population, professionals who specialize in healthy aging play a more important role than ever before. Aging-in-place is a concept that supports the choice of older adults to remain living in their preferred environment for as long as possible even if circumstances change. Physical environment, social and psychological support, and community resources affect aging-in-place. While the concept is increasingly gaining attention, services and supports to assist older adults to age-in-place continue to grow.” Mount Royal University, Studies in Aging Paul Klassen is an active member of Mount Royal University’s S.A.G.E. Committee, and has been involved in forward-thinking group discussions

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