Coming Soon- Welcome to 144 Seton Passage SE Calgary 

Get ready to see all that the community of Seton has to offer. This beautiful 3 level split townhome with double tandem garage town home will give you opportunity to have a beautiful home and access to the Calgarys Best Community of the year right outside your front door. 

This cozy two bedroom 144 Seton Passage home offers a bright and clean feel due to its large window and natural lighting throughout. Its main open concept living area is made for your intimate gatherings. This is accentuated by luxury vinyl plank flooring, stainless steel appliances and quarts countertops. You'll look forward to morning coffee on your cozy covered deck. The spacious main bedroom is lusciously carpeted, has…

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Welcome to #6 138 Seton Passage SE, Calgary, Alberta

Your opportunity to join the Seton community is coming soon. This 2019 built townhome is walking distance to all of the amenities this BILD, Best community of the year recipient has to offer.

 #6 138 Seton Passage is a two story home with an attached garage and a covered patio. All main living spaces have large windows which invite bright natural light into this cozy setting. You will find luxury vinyl plank flooring, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops throughout.  Entertaining will be a breeze in its open concept great room. The primary  carpeted bedroom includes two walk-in closets and a three piece ensuite bathroom. The secondary bedroom has its own 4 piece ensuite and a…

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Market continues shift toward more balanced conditions after torrid start to the year

City of Calgary, Sept. 1, 2021 –

Citywide sales in August reached 2,151 units, 37 per cent higher than last year and 25 per cent higher than long-term trends. Sales have slowed from the record-setting pace seen earlier this year, but on a year-to-date basis, the eight-month total of 19,516 sales is higher than annual sales figures recorded over the past six years.

“Sales have far exceeded expectations throughout most of the pandemic, driven mostly by demand for detached homes. At the same time, supply could not keep pace and conditions shifted to favour the seller, something that has not happened in over six years,” said CREB® Chief Economist Ann-Marie Lurie. 

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