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Marty Hope

Marty Hope

For more than two decades Marty Hope has been reporting on the housing and development industry in Calgary, throughout Alberta, and across Canada. In March 2016, he was presented with the Maple Leaf Award from the Canadian Home Builders' Association which is given annually to a non-builder member in Canada for contribution to the industry.

To use an old golf term, Chris Ollenberger finds himself involved in another do-over, of sorts. Read more

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Hopewell Residential long ago made buying and developing historic, iconic properties in and around Calgary part of its business model. Read more

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Just over a year ago, Brookfield Residential finalized a deal to purchase the Artesia phase of Heritage Pointe, and quickly moved ahead to bring its in-house building and development expertise to the market. Read more

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It was a site other developers wanted to get their hands on, but for one reason or another, it just never worked out. Read more

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So, the single-family market is still working diligently to find its way back to a more normal housing market — whatever normal might be, and to move it along builders are offering a wide range of incentives as an enticement. Read more

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Anthem United is keeping its corporate plate full as it continues to change the face of a large chunk of land in the south part of the city, west of Macleod Trail. Read more

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The whole idea behind the latest residential offering by Truman Homes in University District is to make day-to-day life just a little easier. Read more

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It’s time for a change to Chestermere’s housing landscape, says the city’s mayor — and he’s not going to get much of an argument about that. Read more

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A few years ago, Avalon Master Builder hit upon an idea for housing that has caught the imagination of buyers because of its uniqueness. Read more

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Ask pretty much any developer with an eye to breaking ground for a new community — be it large or small — and they will tell you it takes time to get the required approvals. Read more

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Joe Starkman has never been shy about pushing the envelope when it comes to home design. Read more

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Ian Macdonald and his sales and marketing team at StreetSide Developments offer those shopping the semi-detached bungalow villas segment of the new-home market. Read more

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With its roots firmly entrenched in the agriculture legacy of the Ollerenshaw family, seeds have started to sprout with the recently-approved development of Rangeview. Read more

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It’s no big secret that duplexes have become a popular item in Calgary’s housing market. Read more

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The challenges Calgary continues to struggle with are, not surprisingly, impacting all segments of the economy including the housing industry. Read more

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It doesn’t seem possible that the northwest community of Evanston is now 20 years old. But it was 1999 when Qualico Communities broke ground on what has become one of the larger new-era established communities in Calgary. Read more

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Seems to me Inglewood has been reshaping itself, whether it’s new businesses joining the eclectic mix, retail renovations and relocations, or new or refurbished residential elements, the oldest community in Calgary just keeps getting better. Read more

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The buyer profile of those taking an interest in the close-in northwest developing community of Greenwich is about as varied as snowflake patterns. Read more

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The cover of the Carbon ZLL information sheet shows a typical front-drive home with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Standard equipment, right? Read more

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Dawson’s Landing, a residential development by Qualico Communities in West Chestermere, has opened its welcoming doors, and have been proactive in bringing investment to the city. Read more

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