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There are a total of 556 houses for sale as of July 23, 2014 in the Calgary SE area. There are 82 new listings for houses for sale in the Calgary SE area for the period of July 16, 2014 through July 23, 2014 which is above the 73 new listings last week.


The new listings range in price from $294,900 to $1,299,900 with an average price of $543,611, compared to $547,323 last week and $553,586 the week prior.

Price Range of Current Calgary SE Houses For Sale

0 houses priced between $0 and $99,999
1 house priced between $100,000 and $199,999
8 houses priced between $200,000 and $299,999
67 houses priced between $300,000 and $399,999
179 houses priced between $400,000 and $499,999
125 houses priced between $500,000 and $599,999
80 houses priced between $600,000 and $699,999
41 houses priced between $700,000 and $799,999
11 houses priced between $800,000 and $899,999
13 houses priced between $900,000 and $999,999
30 houses priced between $1,000,000 and $1,999,999
1 house priced between $2,000,000 and $2,999,999
0 houses priced between $3,000,000 and $3,999,999
0 houses priced between $4,000,000 and $4,999,999

Number of Bedrooms in Current Calgary SE Houses For Sale

There are 4 (0) Zero bedroom houses
There are 8 (1) One bedroom houses
There are 23 (2) Two bedroom houses
There are 246 (3) Three bedroom houses
There are 198 (4) Four bedroom houses
There are 63 (5) Five bedroom houses
There are 13 (6) Six bedroom houses
There are 1 (7) Seven bedroom houses

Calgary SE Houses For Sale Sorted By Area

There are 9 houses for sale in Acadia
There are 44 houses for sale in Auburn Bay
There are 31 houses for sale in Chaparral
There are 31 houses for sale in Copperfield
There are 73 houses for sale in Cranston
There are 5 houses for sale in Deer Ridge
There are 13 houses for sale in Deer Run
There are 4 houses for sale in Diamond Cove
There are 6 houses for sale in Douglas Ridge Douglasdale
There are 23 houses for sale in Douglasdale Estates
There are 5 houses for sale in Douglasglen
There are 13 houses for sale in Erinwoods
There are 2 houses for sale in Fairview
There are 14 houses for sale in Inglewood
There are 16 houses for sale in Lake Bonavista
There are 6 houses for sale in Lynnwood Riverglen
There are 21 houses for sale in Mahogany
There are 7 houses for sale in Maple Ridge
There are 42 houses for sale in Mckenzie Lake
There are 62 houses for sale in Mckenzie Towne
There are 13 houses for sale in Midnapore
There are 29 houses for sale in New Brighton
There are 15 houses for sale in Ogden_Lynnwd_Millcan
There are 3 houses for sale in Parkland
There are 7 houses for sale in Queensland
There are 17 houses for sale in Ramsay
There are 9 houses for sale in Riverbend
There are 16 houses for sale in Sundance
There are 8 houses for sale in Walden
There are 8 houses for sale in Willow Park
There are 4 houses for sale in Willow Park Estates

Month Calgary SE Houses For Sale Were Listed

October 2013 - 3
January 2014 - 4
February 2014 - 3
March 2014 - 2
April 2014 - 28
May 2014 - 95
June 2014 - 198
July 2014 - 223

Summary of Listings in Calgary SE
Report Generated: Jul 23 2014  1:17P

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Recently, in Manitoba homebuyer had the worst-case scenario after skipping a home inspection.

She was planning major renovations, so she brought in all manner of construction trades people and general contractors to give estimates and make plans, but she never spent the little extra it would cost for an inspector because it seemed like a redundant move.

But it wouldn’t have been. In the end, her $1-million home is infested, wall-after-wall filled with one of the worst mice infestations those involved have ever seen. What was going to be just upgrades will result in the entire home being redone from insulation on out.

It’s a common mistake to assume general tradespeople can do the same manner of inspection that a certified home inspector would undertake.

The truth is, a certified home inspector knows how to spot signs of damage -- from electrical issues to water damage, repairs that might be a couple years off, to structural damage indicated by foundation condition, and more.

They can estimate the life of your driveway and more, in many ways giving you a solid picture of what you can expect in the next few years.

Not all home inspectors are actually certified, so it pays to do your homework and get one who is, or talk to someone like Alex, who’ll make sure you hire someone with a great reputation.

After all, the last thing Alex or any other trusted Realtor wants to see is for a client like you to run into a nightmare story of mold, dry-rot, infestations, or any other issues that can be lurking behind the otherwise-pretty surface of what you think is going to be your “dream home.”

With all you’re investing in your future, don’t cut corners now and forget the home inspection. As a buyer AND a seller, it’s in your legal interest to do your property transactions with full transparency, including a thorough inspection.

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Finishing and upgrading basements are among most popular renovations homeowners will undertake, and wisely so.

It gets expensive with costs of supplies, fixtures, and labour, so it’s no wonder people like to shave costs and time off their renovations, starting with skipping required building permits.

Here at Briones and Associates, though, we strongly encourage getting all required building permits. (Plumbing and electrical require their own permits, and rental suite upgrades could use a development permit.)

But what if your contractor is willing to skip that step and help save some money?

This rings some alarm bells for us, because we believe that any good contractor will require their clients be on-board with getting required work permits. Why?/p>

Liability is a critical when you’re talking about where folks live, and things like structural integrity, plumbing, and electrical.

For instance, if you have a fire down the line and never had a permit for that work, it could affect insurance coverage. If a rental suite is involved and they can prove the work was done without permits, liability could be big trouble.

Among the positives, though, are that your investment will be worth more when you sell your home and you’re able to provide proper permits proving all home upgrades are done to code.

When it comes to liability, insurance, and your safety, it’s not worth cutting corners to save a few dollars. Take out permits and do your work up to code, and it’ll pay off in the long run.

If you need recommendations for quality trades people, we have a list of preferred professionals we’re happy to help you with.

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