Buy a New Home From Home

Calculus was never one of my strong points.  When I was in college, I remember mentally spewing out curse words at whoever invented this type of torture.  While we’re on the topic of daunting tasks, one other equally difficult and arduous undertaking comes to mind: selling or buying a house.

We all know how intimidating it is to go through the hassle of looking for real estate property.  There’s so much legwork and paperwork to do, that we often don’t know where to start.  Thank heavens for this Calgary Realtor who has made buying and selling property a breeze.

If and when my lucky stars look down favorably upon me, I do wish that my daughter and I could migrate to Canada.  That’s why I scoured the net for my Calgary real estate options, and was fortunately directed to Cliff Stevenson’s website.

He’s an expert real estate agent who has been in the business for nearly a decade now.  Through his website, I can sift through various property listings and check them out without having to personally meet with different Calgary Realtors in order to make a decision as to what property to buy.

The website teems with featured properties, each with relevant images, maps and accurate descriptions.  This speeds up the process of buying property, as I would hardly need any additional information to make up my mind.  They even have articles with tips on buying or selling property.

All the things you need to know to make an informed decision are presented in a straightforward way.  Whether you’re looking to buy or sell property, the listings are organized into sections, making it easy to navigate through the site.  There’s a Quick Search section, where you can limit your search results to your desired price range or location.

At least now, I’m able to tackle one of my “life hurdles”.  I can easily look for a home in the comforts of my own home.  As for calculus, well, I hope I won’t have to take any more Math classes in this lifetime.

About Pepper

I am a single working mom, trying to raise my kid the best way I know how. Join me as I navigate my way through the jungle that is Single Mom-hood, armed with rose-colored glasses and strength of spirit. As pepper adds spice to food, so does my daughter add spice to my life. She makes life no less than…PEPPERRIFIC!

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  1. Based on personal experience, buying a home is a hard task to tackle. The paperwork and stuff can be a real pain. As for Math, in my case, I had fond memories of Math when I was in college. But of course, those are nothing but memories now. My Math skills have deteriorated so badly sometimes it takes a calculator to go through simple addition problems. LOL.

  2. I heard that Canada is the best place to live for, I always want to go to that place and experience the beauty of it.

  3. I’m good at math but Calculus was something I never mastered. Buying a house is really difficult as you have to factor so many things location, size of the house, budget, etc. Also, the ways and means to finance it.

  4. Calculus is one of my favorite subject! Hehe. ;) but funny coz I can’t see the significance of the subject unless you’re an engineer? Hehe. I have some properties but all the time I’m assigning my parents to check them out for me and my father will just email his observations and pros and cons of each. Lucky me! Hehe ;)

  5. I have some friends in Canada and I look forward for a holiday there. Everyday they call and tell me how much I miss the good things of life and so on..Well I can’t wait to see with my eyes..

  6. I’m quite good at Math but a fool when it comes to house buying. hehe… Buying a house requires in-depth analysis.

  7. Omg! I only knew the basic Math methods like add. sub, multi. and division.. other than that goodbye.. lols.. Yes buying your own property is not an easy task. so many things to consider especially if there are loans to consider..

  8. I was not good at Calculus at all and algebra wasn’t my favorite either. I have never bought at house before, but this sounds like a great site to help you with all the big decisions. I will keep it in mind for future use. I have heard Canada is beautiful, although I have never been myself. Good luck with the property hunting, and I hope you find what your looking for. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Jessica Cassidy says

    Buying a house is like a Math :-) You have to make sure that first you love the new house, everything does not need more money to repair or else you will lose your money :-) I am glad that Calgary Realtor will takes good care of their clients in helping them find the perfect and affordable new home

  10. That’s the good thing about the Internet, makes us able to find what we need without leaving home. I hope you and your daughter will find your desired home.

  11. You’re not alone, Pepper. Math is also my waterloo. Math is also my waterloo. Lol! As for your dream to go to Canada, I’m sure it will happen all in God’s time. Good luck!

  12. I’d love to buy one someday!… as per the Calculus thing, I never had that in college! hehe

  13. I hate Calculus as well. I haven’t taken it up yet but I already know I won’t like it. Lmao.

  14. integral and differential, whew remembered that one… getting a house is a huge expense, so you must be sure it’s the perfect one for you. Yahweh bless.

  15. I also would like to visit Canada soon. I heard a lot of wonderful things about that place.

  16. everything now is virtual.. that is the power of leap of computer technology…

  17. Dude, calculus and I were definitely NOT friends. LOL.

    I hope to have the opportunity to visit Canada at some point. I know it’ll happen for you, darling. You’re a “get things done” kind of gal.

  18. You’re right…
    Just sit down and be
    comfortable in front
    of your computer and after
    a while… you will finally find
    a property worth a trip.

  19. Math???? Not me. Before and after we purchased our home I would look at homes online. Obsession it helps you know what to look for and what you want too.

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