By: Stacie Mori

2021 Referral Program

Tags: Referral Program, Thank-you

  There is no doubt that 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone. Let me help by offering $500 for every referral (buyer or seller) that results in a sale. My way of saying thank-you for the faith and trust you put in me.   ...Read More

2021....Finally!!

By: Stacie Mori

2021....Finally!!

Tags: Happy New Year, 2021 Year in Review, Referral Program, Royal LePage Foundation

  Well, what a year it has been. One not easily forgotten. Our homes, more than ever, have become our places of refuge, of work, of play, of school. Values around home and family have become central to our lives and we long to gather again with our friends, family and even our colleagues. 2020 saw many of us tackle home improvements, renovations, gardening projects, organizing, pu...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Well Wishes and Real Estate as an Essential Service During Covid-19 Pandemic

Tags: Covid-19, Real Estate as An Essential Service,

  Dear Friends & Clients, It has indeed been an interesting few weeks...which already may feel like an eternity for some. A time of uparalleled circumstances as we navigate Covid-19. First and foremost, I wish you, your families, friends & colleagues an abundance of support and love.   To my clients past, present and future, please know that I am here to serve your real estat...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Supposedly Spring Real Estate Newsletter

Tags: Spring Newsletter, Spring Update, Real Estate Newsletter,

CREB Media release: COVID-19 weighing on housing market City of Calgary, April 1, 2020 – After a strong start to 2020, economic conditions have dramatically changed, as COVID-19 is impacting all aspects of society. The economic impact is starting to be felt across many industries. This includes the housing market. March sales activity started the month strong, but quickly changed,...Read More

CREB Mid Year Market Update - 

By: Stacie Mori

CREB Mid Year Market Update - 

Tags: Mid Year Market Update

  MODEST SUPPLY REDUCTIONS MAY SIGNAL SHIFT TO BALANCED HOUSING MARKET BY END OF YEAR City of Calgary, July 22, 2019 – A struggling energy sector continues to weigh on the overall economy. Unemployment levels remain elevated and income growth remains weak. However, Calgary continues to benefit from stable population growth fuelled by international migration and natural increases. &l...Read More

Garage Sale for Shelter

By: Stacie Mori

Garage Sale for Shelter

Tags: Garage Sale, Calgary, Fundraiser, Womens Shelter

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By: Stacie Mori

Calgary Real Estate Market Statistics  Fall 2018

Tags: Statistics, Stats, Fall stats, Calgary Real Estate

Persistent Buyers’ Market Continues  City of Calgary, October 1, 2018 – With no change in the economic climate, Calgary’s sales activity totaled 1,272 units in September, a 13 per cent decline over the previous year and well below long-term averages. There was a pullback in sales across all product types, most notably the detached market. "Calgary's economy co...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Top Things To Do This October in YYC

Tags: October, Events, YYC, Things to Do

We can hardly believe it’s already October! It’s a month of binge watching all your favourite Halloween films, eating copious amounts of candy and checking out all the amazing Fall things our gorgeous city has to offer. From the Fall Pop-Up Food Market to a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, here’s what’s up this October in YYC.  Read More......   ...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

A Fall Checklist of 10 Things You Gotta Do Before Winter Sets In!

Tags: Home Maintenance, Tips, Winter Checklist, Fall Maintenance,

When the last of summer’s heat is a faint memory, and you’re pulling out your hoodies more than your shorts, it’s time to tackle a few simple chores that’ll make winter more pleasant and prevent some nasty surprises next spring. This fall checklist helps: ...Read More

By: Stacie Mori

Housing Market Retains Momentum in April

Tags: Homes In Calgary, Calgary Monthly Housing Report

City of Calgary, May 1, 2017 – Calgary’s housing market continued to show signs of stability in April. With improvements in the labour market and a balanced detached sector, city-wide benchmark prices reached $439,600 in April, similar to the previous month, but 0.90 per cent below last year’s levels. “More jobs means less uncertainty for people who are sitting on the fenc...Read More