Move Up in a Down Market

Understanding how you can MOVE UP into a larger and better home when the market overall is DOWN is powerful. Start by reading our blog post on how this works and then use the posts below to dream and search depending on what price range you are moving up to.

You deserve to love where you live. Let us help create a dream plan for you and make the move up a reality.

Found 5 blog entries about Move Up in a Down Market.

Move_up_homes_900_to_1100_calgaryMaking a move up to a dream home can be really exciting.

It's key to truly think through exactly what it is that you are wanting vs needing in that next home.

You truly deserve to love where you live.

Let us help guide and create the perfect plan to get you into that incredible move up home that you are dreaming of.

As we've talked about before, making a move up in a down market can be a really smart move for those who in the position to do so.

Enjoy these luxury listings below and let us know how we can help you!

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Move_up_homes_700_to_900_calgaryYou have been dreaming of making the move into a larger space, or perhaps into a home that has a better location. Both of these things are possible when you look through these move up homes below.

All of these homes are what many Calgary home buyers dream of. These aren't the fanciest of the fanciest, but they sure are amazing.

Moving up to a larger home changes a lot of things for everyone in the family.

You deserve to love where you live, and we love to help you and your family find the perfect home.

As we discussed in a previous post how moving up in a down market can be a smart move, it may be the right time for you.

Take a browse and dream of what it would be like to be in some of these high end Calgary homes below.

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Move_up_homes_600_to_700_calgaryGetting into a new home can be exciting for everyone in the family.

Moving up in a larger home can also be a bit daunting, not for your 7 year old however. All they see is more space to play and spread their toys out. For you, it could be a bit nervous getting into that larger home with larger monthly costs.

On the flip side, you could also be loving and really excited for the new space... All that to say, buying a larger home and moving up can be a bag full of mixed emotions for everyone.

So we want to help you.

We want to walk beside you through the process of moving up to a larger home and typically that starts with dreaming.

Dream of the new home you want to be in. How does the space feel? How will you interact with the layout? What

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Move_up_homes_500_to_600_calgaryIf you have considered making a move up in a down market, now is a great time to consider this, we explain more why on this post. So in doing so, we wanted to compile some of the best homes for sale that are priced between 500,000 and 600,000 for you to look through.

When looking for the right home when making the move up, you need to take into consideration many details. You will also need to be willing to wait for the right home in the right location because of many factors tied to your family, schools, work, recreational activities etc etc. So don't be afraid to be patient for the right house.

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move_up_in_down_market_postWe've all seen it before. You know when something is going wrong, like really bad, it feels like it's in slow motion. We can replay the moment as an observer from the outside and analyze everything that could have been different.

Unfortunately, this pandemic that we are in, mixed with our economy in Alberta, it may seem like you are stuck. Isolated.

But here's the thing.

If you are in a position of good income still, you have probably saved money over the past number of months due to lack of spending; you could be in a great position to make a move up in this down market.

This may seem like a crazy thought in a time like this, but hear us out, because if you do this right, the math is in your favour.

Right now, the market is down from what it was a couple

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