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Commercial Investments


What most people are looking for when they are investing their "hard earned money", is a "high return with a low risk".

An investment can take many forms. Most people are familiar with products that are offered by their bank that offers a "limited risk", these products offer "limited returns". 

It has been said that most fortunes have been made through real estate. Real Estate offers you an asset backed investment.  What this means is that you can see and touch this investment. This type of investment can take the form of your personal home, or ownership of a number of single family revenue properties, multifamily income properties and commercial properties.

As an investor you are looking for a return on investment. (ROI)  We have found that most investors in the residential market are looking to obtain a minumum of $20,000 or 10% spread on property that they purchase. Buying a single family home and managing the property is very popular in the current Alberta market. This form of investment is great for an individual that has the skills and the time to manage a "hands on" investment.  

In addition or as an alternative to a "hands on" investment many people looking to invest in real estate have many opportunities in todays market place and should consider programs that  offer opportunites to invest using their RRSP. Through our affiliations we can direct you to the process and opportunites that are available.  Give us a call.   

If we could find you...

Investment properties and opportunties:

  • offer you an asset backed investment
  • show you annual returns of greater than 18%  

   Would you be interested? 

We have the system.  Give us a call.

Commercial & Investment Listings

This is just a small sample of the Commercial & Investment Listings.  Please Email me with your requirements and I will set you up on a more in depth search

15 photos
Size 1050 sq. ft.
Style Single Story
Type Commercial
Listing Created Apr-11-2016
5 photos
Size 4800 sq. ft.
Style Commercial
Type Commercial
Built 1978
Bathrooms 2
Taxes $3688
Listing Created Aug-26-2016
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Brentwood Business Park (C1027105)

"1200 sq ft Commercial Shop"
"Just Listed!"
Size 1200 sq. ft.
Style Commercial
Type Commercial
Built 2006
Bathrooms 1
Taxes $1399
Condo Fee $85
Listing Created May-27-2016
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Bassano (Calgary)

Style Commercial
Type Commercial
Built 1907
Listing Created May-09-2016
1 photos
""Ready-to Go" Business"
Size 3585 sq. ft.
Style Single Story
Type Commercial
Built 1980
Bathrooms 1
Taxes $2744
Listing Created Oct-27-2010
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Since 1992, the city’s economy has grown 46%, an average of almost 5% per year.

Calgary is Canada’s energy capital, and Western Canada’s business capital.


A North American hub…by road, rail and air.

A national leader in employment growth.

The youngest populated city in Canada with an average age of 34.


The most affordable North American city to operate a high-tech business.

The second-largest head office city in Canada.

Rated the cleanest city in the world in an environmental examination of 215 cities around the globe


Calgary’s GDP growth has been exceptionally strong…real GDP grew at 6.5% in the Calgary CMA in 2000.

Calgary leads the nation in personal income per capita…the average Calgarian’s personal income is the highest in Canada.


Calgary’s personal income growth rate also leads the country.

The average Calgarian earns 25% more than in 1995.

The Calgary region is the largest metropolitan region in Alberta.


Calgary’s population has increased every year for the past 15 years.

The population of metro Calgary reached just over 1 million residents in 2000.

The Calgary Metro area is one of the two fastest growing regions in Canada.


Property Values in Calgary

The average sale price for a Single Family Residential home is $270,891 for 2005 compared to $247,229 in 2004

The represents an increase of 12.57%


Alberta Advantage

A strong and diversified economy.

A globally competitive business tax environment.

Political stability and low taxes.


A young, skilled and productive workforce.

The lowest overall personal taxes in Canada.

A fiscally responsible government with no net debt.


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Updated News

Slowing, steady growth and decent prospects for Canadian real estate investors are in store for 2011 as long as the

U.S. economy does not drag them down, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2011 report, released today

by PwC and the Urban Land Institute.


But the report says "Calgary must hope to recuperate from cooled demand and a touch of development binging."

The report reflects interviews with and surveys of more than 875 of the industry's leading real estate experts, including

investors, developers, lenders, brokers and consultants in both Canada and the U.S.

The report says that for next year major Canadian real estate markets will settle in a fair to good investment range

with only modest investment prospects and constrained development potential as Toronto bumps Vancouver from the top

ranking city to invest and develop.

The report says sprawl and overbuilding "temporarily" subdues the outlook in Calgary but "absorption will come."

"Developers retreat in the face of high vacancies and show no appetite for new office projects," says the report.

It says Calgarians put their faith in robust commodity markets and U.S. consumption of oil from the oilsands.

"Expect spreading hot growth to resume in coming years," says the report.

A recent report by CB Richard Ellis Ltd., said the overall vacancy rate in the Calgary downtown office market at the end

of the third quarter of this year was 14.5 per cent, down 120 basis points from the last quarter.

"Construction on Encana's future headquarters, The Bow, is still underway," said the report. "Completion is expected in

the fall of 2011 when Cenovus will move in first with Encana to follow in 2012.

"While the total amount of space to be vacated by Cenovus and Encana will total 1.5 million square feet, this residual

vacancy will likely become available in a series of small waves lasting throughout 2012 as opposed to the tsunami that

was originally anticipated."

There was 424,630 square feet of positive absorption - the change in occupied space - in the third quarter, bringing the

year-to-date total to just over 1.2 million square feet.

Overall in 2011, Emerging Trends respondents expect a reasonable balance in debt market capital availability and an

oversupply of equity capital, the result of non-satiated buyers.

"In Canada, the real estate industry didn't get overleveraged and the markets never suffered any interruption of credit

availability," said Holly Allen, leader of the Real Estate Deals practice for PwC Canada. "Canadian banks benefit from a

combination of institutional risk aversion and relatively stringent government regulation."

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