Site of Booker’s restaurant getting a facelift to attract more tenants including perhaps a brewery

The site that houses Booker’s BBQ Grill and Crab Shack is being given a fresh new look to attract additional tenants including perhaps a brewery. Mahmud Rahman, president and team lead of IROL Alberta and an associate with the commercial division of RE/MAX Real Estate (Central), said the development site is situated in an ideal location as the gateway into

Calgary realtors launch Women Helping Women initiative to assist those in need

Two veteran Calgary realtors with RE/MAX Real Estate (Central) have resurrected the Women Helping Women initiative in the brokerage’s office to give assistance to those in need in the city. Syliva Solis-Marasco, a realtor for 25 years at Central, and Gemma Festa, a realtor for 21 years at Central, recently started up the group and are currently sponsoring two organizations

Calgary’s RE/MAX Real Estate (Central) top producing company office in the world again – 20 straight years

Calgary’s real estate market has experienced its share of cycles in the past two decades. Ups and downs. Booms and busts. But despite all the volatility, one thing has remained constant – the high level of performance and achievement consistently delivered by RE/MAX Real Estate (Central). Just recently it was awarded as the top producing single RE/MAX office in the

Nominations underway for CREB’s Realtor of the Year Award for Calgary’s real estate industry

Since 1979, the Calgary Real Estate Board has honoured the city’s top realtors at its annual Diamond Awards Gala with a number of presentations including the T.W.H. (Bill) Saunders Memorial Award for Realtor of the Year. Nominations for the prestigious award are underway and will end on March 1. For CREB members, visit to nominate a member. Over the

Calgary resale housing market prices and sales expected to fall in 2019 under a challenging economic climate

The challenging economic climate in Calgary is expected to persist into 2019 and that will continue to weigh heavily on the city’s resale housing market, according to the Calgary Real Estate Board’s annual forecast. The forecast is calling for MLS sales in the city to dip to 15,882 this year which is down from 16,144 transactions in 2018. As an