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Just Sold Family Home in Hawkwood NW Calgary

Fri, 28 Sep by Geoff Antrum & Matt Antrum (Father & Son Team)

Just Sold Family Home in Hawkwood NW Calgary.    Matt Antrum & Geoff Antrum with CIR REALTY NW Office  have just sold another home in Hawkwood at 79 Hawkstone Drive. It has been a good year for Hawkwood Real Estate, there have been more sales than last year. Hawkwood is a popular family community that attracts families with children due to good schools. Don’t forget there is a new Senior High School that opens in 2013 called Robert Thirsk Senior High School on Nose Hill Drive. If you are looking to Buy a home in Hawkwood or sell a home in Hawkwood, please call us at 403 608 5682 or try our website at  We have agreat selection of Hawkwood Homes for sale that meet range from $250,000 to $1,000,000.



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CIBC Run For The Cure – Calgary 30th September 2012

Thu, 27 Sep by Geoff Antrum & Matt Antrum (Father & Son Team)

Geoff Antrum, Matt Antrum & family plan to complete the Run for the Cure this Sunday 30th Sepetember, in Calgary. We will run not walk the 5 km!
Come and join us for this worthwhile activity. Hopefully the weather keeps up. I will be running in memory of my family members Barbara, Irene & others.

Lets have a great day & run.

Calgary Real Estate New Letter – Team Up With Geoff & Matt at CIR REALTY in Calgary

Wed, 26 Sep by Geoff Antrum & Matt Antrum (Father & Son Team)

Have you tried our Monthly News Letter. It gives you up todate information for Calgary Home Sales and useful seasonal real estate tips.

Team up with Geoff Antrum & Matt Antrum at CIR REALTY in Calgary.

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Calgary and Edmonton are forecast to be the fastest growing economies in Canada

Wed, 19 Sep by Geoff Antrum & Matt Antrum (Father & Son Team)

Calgary and Edmonton are forecast to be the fastest growing  economies in Canada over the next four years, according to the Conference Board  of Canada’s Metropolitan Outlook-Autumn 2012 released Tuesday.

“Energy-related investment in Alberta is expected to stay vibrant throughout  the next four years. For instance, about $29-billion worth of energy-related  projects are now underway in the province, and nearly $86-billion worth of  projects are proposed for the future,” said Mario Lefebvre, Director, Centre for  Municipal Studies, for the board.

“All this investment will continue to be a boon to Calgary’s economy, which  remains the services hub of the province’s energy sector.”

The board is forecasting Calgary to have the best economic growth in the  country over 2013-2016 at an average of 3.7 per cent followed by Edmonton’s  average annual real GDP growth at 3.5 per cent during the forecast period.

For this year, the board is predicting Edmonton will lead the country with  4.6 per cent growth followed by Calgary at 3.8 per cent.

“Without a doubt, I expect that Alberta is going to be the envy of the  country moving forward into closing out 2012 and into 2013,” said Ben Brunnen,  chief economist with the Calgary Chamber of Commerce. “While the growth will be  the strongest in the country, particularly for our cities, that doesn’t  necessarily mean that we’re in great economic times.

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Calgary Homes Prices Edge Up in August 2012

Wed, 19 Sep by Geoff Antrum & Matt Antrum (Father & Son Team)

Calgary home prices rose slightly in August, according to the latest Teranet-National Bank National Composite House Price Index, which tracks repeat home sales in the country.

Prices in Calgary were up 0.4 per cent from the previous month and 0.8 per cent year-over-year, said the report released on Wednesday. Nationally, prices rose 0.2 per cent on a monthly basis and by 4.1 per cent on an annual basis.

The index is estimated by tracking observed or registered home prices over time using data collected from public land registries. All dwellings that have been sold at least twice are considered in the calculation of the index.

This year’s August increase of just 0.2 per cent nationally was the smallest August increase in 12 years and in three of the 11 metropolitan markets surveyed, prices were down from the month before: Vancouver (1.2 per cent), Victoria (0.7 per cent) and Quebec City (0.6 per cent).

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