This question is kind of like another question where people can't seem to agree on the answer; "Which came first; the chicken or the egg"? Real estate investors all have a different opinion when they are asked whether you should find a deal first or start a buyer's list and then find a deal.  For me, the answer has always been "the deal." If you have a great deal, you can always find a buyer for it.

I had someone email me recently that said they had wanted to begin wholesaling houses for a couple of years, but he just couldn't bring himself to buy that first investment property. He was afraid he wouldn't be able to sell it. This man had spent a number of years learning the business, but had become paralyzed with fear over this prospect of putting a house under contract that he wouldn't be able to sell.

If you are just getting started and you find yourself having the same problem, here are 4 tips for you.

1. Know What a Good Deal Looks Like

This is no doubt the hardest part when you are brand new. You almost always pay too much for your first couple of deals. Before you sign on the dotted line, run your potential deal by someone that is an experienced investor. Marginal deals are hard to sell.  If you have any doubt about the numbers or the area where the house is located, just walk away and find another deal. There's always another one around the corner.

2. Know Where Investors Like to Buy

It won't do you any good to get a house under contract at a great price if it is in an area where investors don't like to buy.  Ask experienced rehabbers and landlords where they like to buy. Be sure to find out what types of properties they like, and the price range they prefer. In general, you will be pretty safe in bread and butter neighborhoods; the kinds of neighborhoods for first time homebuyers.  In my area there is a market for more expensive houses, but there are fewer investors in this group.  Buy houses that would work for either a rehab that would be sold to a retail buyer, or a home that would make a great rental and they will always be in demand.

3. Put an Escape Clause in Your Contract

This is vital especially when you are brand new.  Make the deal subject to inspection or partner approval. This is your safety net. It will make it easier for you make offers with confidence.

4. Begin Immediately to Build Your Buyer's List

There is nothing like having a good buyer's list to call or email when you have a property you want to sell quickly. It is truly a wholesaler's secret weapon.  These folks will be loyal repeat buyers if you always have great deals for them, and if you conduct your business with them in an ethical manner 100% of the time.

Implementing these 4 tips will make it easier to make those first offers and get your first few houses under your belt.
Finding a Buyer for Your Deal

There are a number of ways you can quickly find a buyer for the property you have under contract even if you don't have a buyer's list.

You can take the deal to your local REIA group where you will find a group of people that are looking for their next house.  At my monthly meeting, we have a table set up for vendors and for folks that want to put out fliers about properties they have to sell. This is usually the first place people head after signing in.

You could list the house on Craigslist. I have sold several properties there, but I would rather much sell to someone at my REIA group; they are usually more experienced investors.  But even if they are brand new, they will almost always be educated to some degree if you find them at this meeting. Most investors are more than willing to help them if they can close the deal.

Concentrate on getting a great deal, and you can be sure you will find a buyer.

Author: Sharon Vornholt

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Heating, cooling and water heating are the top three energy drains in a home, accounting for 60 percent of a home's energy bill according to ENERGY STAR, so it's wise to focus your home improvement efforts on those areas. A few simple steps and some strategic investments can lower your monthly bill significantly, plus you'll reduce your carbon footprint. Here are some tips for giving your home an energy-efficient facelift:

Change your home's air filter regularly

Smart homeowners will check their home's air filter every month to see if it needs replacing. How can you tell if it's time to swap in a new one? Look at the color - if it appears gray or brown, or you can visibly see particles or pet fur, it's time for a fresh one. A filter helps keep air flowing in your home and takes out dust, dander and other microscopic debris floating in the air. A dirty filter slows air flow, making your heating and cooling system work harder, costing you more money. Air filters should be replaced every one to three months.

Go beyond tankless: consider an integrated heating and water heating system

Many homeowners have heard about the advantages of tankless water heaters, but now there's a way to be even more efficient by using the Rheem Integrated Heating & Water Heating System, which uses a Rheem tankless water heater to heat both the air and water in your home with maximum efficiency. How does it work? The system matches a hydronic air handler with a tankless gas water heater.- When there's a demand for heat, hot water is circulated through the air handler to produce heat and is then re-circulated back to the tankless water heater to ensure that no water is wasted. This pairing of products provides a soft, comfortable heat to the home while maintaining comfortable humidity levels regardless of the climate. Also, the heating function of the system operates at the same efficiency as the tankless water heater - which could be as high as 94 percent efficient.

Lower the temperature on your water heater

To lower energy costs, consider lowering your water heater's temperature setting. Try somewhere around 120 degrees Fahrenheit and see if that is sufficient in supplying your home with hot water for showers, laundry, dishes, etc. Each 10 degree reduction in water temperature can save 3 to 5 percent, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. If you go on vacation, remember you can turn your water heater down to the lowest setting to save even more while you're gone and it's not in use.

Install a programmable thermostat

Adjusting your thermostat a few degrees during the day can have a big impact on your utility bill. For example, during cold months, turn your thermostat down when you're away from the house, such as during work. Programmable thermostats work perfectly for this - you can set your preferred temperatures throughout the week to fit your schedule and it adjusts automatically. About one-third of American homes have programmable thermostats, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. If you turn back your thermostat 10 or 15 degrees for periods of 8 hours or more, such as when you're at work, you can save 5 to 15 percent a year on your heating bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

From changing your air filter on a regular basis to selecting an integrated system to heat your home's water and air supply, these changes can have a big impact on your utility bill, plus they're environmentally friendly too.

Please visit our Open House at 23 CRANLEIGH GD SE in Calgary.
Open House on Sunday, May 3, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
*Open House Sun May 3: 1-4pm* This stunning former show home is in even better condition now than when it was a show home! As soon as you arrive you will know you are in for a treat. The exterior has been extensively landscaped in the front yard with trees, shrubs and pond and the sunny west facing backyard is the perfect outdoor oasis for those nice days. Stepping into the home you will be in awe of the stunning hand scraped hardwood and soaring vaulted ceilings. The main floor has your dream kitchen with an huge island and an abundance of counter space, a large dining area and a den that could also be used as a bedroom. Your living room has a gas fireplace and even has enough room for a grand piano. The master suite is up a few stairs and has vaulted ceiling, 5 piece ensuite and walk-in closet. The lower level has been finished with 3 bedrooms and a family room that has a wet bar and privacy doors to create the perfect movie area. This home has pride of ownership every where you look and is a must see!

Warmer weather is right around the corner and that means that you and the family are looking for something fun to do. For those who live in SW Calgary, there’s no shortage of excitement! Families can always count on an interesting way to spend the afternoon, without travelling too far from home. In this article, I’m going to share 10 fun things to do when living in SW Calgary. The best part is; all of these attractions are less than 20 minutes away from your West Calgary home.



1)    Heritage Park Historical Village 


Located on the beautiful shores of the Glenmore Reservoir, Heritage Park Historical Village is a popular day trip destination for families who are interested in exposing the young ones to the Calgary’s rich cultural history. It’s not uncommon to see field trips and summer camp groups touring around this fun SW Calgary fixture.


Some of the fun things to do at Heritage Park Historical Village include: old fashioned wagon rides, an antique midway, and a ton of interactive exhibits that manage to blend learning with fun!


2)    Weaslehead / Glenmore Park


Just a little ways up from the Heritage Park Historical Village is the Weaslehead and North Glenmore Park Conservation Area. This beautifully kept natural area is home to a wide array of Calgary wildlife, great views of the Glenmore Reservoir, and the Calgary Canoe Club.


Some great ways to spend your afternoon at the Weaslehead and North Glenmore Park Conservation Area include: picnics (there are multiple picnic areas), tennis, and if you like to hike or bike, there are lots of trails.



3)    Canada Olympic Park


Largely recognized for its role in the 1988 Winter Olympics, Canada Olympic Park (COP) remains a popular attraction of Calgary residents. The COP is most active during the winter months when both professional and recreational skiers are taking to the slopes. However, there are still plenty of things for people to do at COP during the warmer months!


For instance, families can sign up their kids and teenagers for ice-skating and hockey lessons, all-day summer camps, and mountain biking adventures. 


4)    The Glencoe Golf and Country Club


Located west of the city limits, the Glencoe Golf and Country Club is one of the most picturesque golf courses in the Calgary area. This private family golf course features more than 45 different holes for golfers of all skill levels, and a range of indoor and outdoor practice facilities. I definitely recommend checking out this premier course when the sun is shining.



5)    Calaway Park 


Calaway Park is Canada’s largest outdoor theme park. This exciting destination is less than 20 minutes away from SW Calgary and features more than 40 family friendly rides and attractions. Whether you’re on the edge of your seat at one of their theatrical shows, or holding on for life in one of their highflying roller coasters, Calaway Park has something for everyone!


If you’re looking to discover your new favourite attraction at Calaway Park, click here to check out their selection.


6)    McMahon Stadium


Sports fans in West Calgary are in for a treat. McMahon Stadium is the fifth largest stadium in all of Canada and home turf to the Calgary Stampeders and the University of Calgary Dinos. Keeping current with your favourite CFL team couldn’t be easier when living in a SW Calgary neighbourhood. If you never want to miss another home game, click here for ticket information.


7)    Bowness Park


Located on the banks of the great Bow River, Bowness Park is an excellent destination for a day trip. Bowness Park has been around since the turn of the century and remains one of the best-preserved natural areas in the city.


Some of best things to do at Bowness Park are: paddle boating in the shallow lagoon, keeping an eye out for wildlife, and ice-skating in the wintertime.


8)    Canada Sports Hall of Fame


Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is located near COP and gives Calgary West sports fans yet another great place to spend an afternoon. The facilities cater to corporate events where industry leaders can inspire their teams and educational programs where teachers can introduce young sports fans to some new role models.


The Canada Sports Hall of Fame is also the site of the Indy Sportz Film Fest, which features independent documentary films on some of Canada’s biggest sports icons. I definitely recommend checking it out! 



9)    Grey Eagle Resort and Casino  


If you live in West Calgary and your palms are itching, head over to the Great Eagle Resort and Casino and cash in on your luck. This SW Calgary gambling destination boasts more than 84,000 square feet of gaming, which include more than 40 table games, almost 900 slot machines, and a 24-hour poker room.


If you’re not a gambler, the Grey Eagle Resort and Casino still has something for you. The venue hosts many musical acts and performances, from honky-tonk hoedowns to legendary rock stars like Roger Hodgson and the Beach Boys. If you’re hosting an event, you can also consider renting out one of the event rooms at the casino.



10)     Griffiths Woods


Griffiths Woods is one of my favourite hangouts strictly because it’s so close to home. While smaller than many other SW Calgary parks and attractions, Griffiths Woods poses as an easy place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a quiet, reflective walk with nature.


I hope that you enjoyed my list of 10 fun things to do when living in SW Calgary. If you have any more questions about the area, or the perks that come with owning a SW Calgary home, give me a shout!




Direct:  (403) 690-2020


Please visit our Open House at 23 CRANLEIGH GD SE in Calgary.
Open House on Sunday, April 26, 2015 13:00 - 16:00
This stunning former show home is in even better condition now than when it was a show home! As soon as you arrive you will know you are in for a treat. The exterior has been extensively landscaped in the front yard with trees, shrubs and pond and the sunny west facing backyard is the perfect outdoor oasis for those nice days. Stepping into the home you will be in awe of the stunning hand scraped hardwood and soaring vaulted ceilings. The main floor has your dream kitchen with an huge island and an abundance of counter space, a large dining area and a den that could also be used as a bedroom. Your living room has a gas fireplace and even has enough room for a grand piano. The master suite is up a few stairs and has vaulted ceiling, 5 piece ensuite and walk-in closet. The lower level has been finished with 3 bedrooms and a family room that has a wet bar and privacy doors to create the perfect movie area. This home has pride of ownership every where you look and is a must see!

For a basic green living project with benefits to your wallet and the environment, consider revamping the kitchen pantry. The cupboard is the starting point for most kitchen activity and is more than just a storage space. Develop good buying habits and build a strong foundation and you can avoid the waste of food and money. Here's how to tackle the task at once or little by little.


When you are not in a rush to whip up a family meal or put away loads of groceries, take some time to really look at the items in your pantry. What is in front? What is hidden in the back? What's used most frequently? What is expired?

Be more aware of your consumption habits, suggests Cory Schreiber, a chef instructor at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Portland. This awareness is a simple step to greener living. Avoid impulse purchases by being more mindful of the emotions that can be involved in food shopping, he adds. Not only do you avoid waste this way, but conscious consumption is more cost effective too.


Another cost-effective method that Joshua Joe, storeroom manager at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California - Los Angeles, a campus of Argosy University, recommends is a common inventory and accounting process used by schools, hotels and other food service providers. Practicing a first-in, first-out method of consuming your pantry goods is a true way to save money and prevent food waste, says Joe, who purchases the school's food supplies. With approximately 500 culinary arts students regularly coming through the school's dry storage area, Joe encourages the students to use the earliest bought, or oldest, goods first. The tendency is to go for the freshest or A+ product when the A grade item will do, he says. You don't want to let perfectly usable goods go to waste.

Stock up

Once you have a handle on what you are buying and how you are consuming it, it is time to stock up.

Schreiber proposes buying high-quality essentials and purchasing goods in bulk. Buy the highest quality staples you can afford, recommends Schreiber. For example, six pounds of a good butter can last you a solid five months. Other items where quality counts and the products can endure include oils, vinegars, salts, dried herbs and spices.When possible, buy dry goods in bulk too, he adds. Grains, rice, legumes and pastas are all good products to shop for in a food store's bulk department.

To store the loose pasta or grains, look for containers with a lower environmental footprint. Using glass, metal and ceramics is the easiest solution, says Chris Stanley, an Industrial Design instructor at The Art Institute of Seattle. Stanley, who has taught courses on the history of industrial design and in materials and manufacturing, adds, choose something classic in design so you won't be tempted to throw it out in two years. Or, you can re-use glass jars and that fruit cake tin your aunt sends you each year.

Not only is buying in bulk less expensive, but less packaging means less energy used to create the materials and less garbage to throw away - all of which are more friendly to the environment.


If you live anywhere around West Calgary, Wentworth is name that you’re familiar with—that’s because Wentworth is synonymous with luxury. The upscale multi-family homes, stunning single-family homes, and immaculate estate homes leave no room for doubt as to why this is one of Calgary’s most popular places to live. In this article I’ll be offering 5 reasons to invest in Wentworth Real Estate today! 


Location, location, location! 

Located in SW Calgary, Wentworth is bounded by Old Banff Coach Road to the north, and Bow Trail to the south. It’s a part of the larger West Springs neighbourhood and plays a role in earning this area a reputation for excellence. You would scarcely believe that these luxury lots in Wentworth are just over 20 minutes away from Calgary’s downtown core. 


The natural beauty of SW Calgary has given rise to a handful of wonderfully kept parks and pathways that are meticulously maintained by the kind folks of the Wentworth Residents’ Association. Maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle couldn’t be easier, and you’ll be able to enjoy some nature to boot. I recommend checking out Edworthy Park, Sarcee Park, and Patterson Park. And don’t forget to take a jaunt down the winding trails in the Wentworth neighbourhood itself! 


Estate homes in Wentworth, Calgary

Wentworth is home to some of the most grandiose homes in the city, bar none. The average price of a Wentworth home for sale is bound to fetch more than a million dollars. I can guarantee that those who decide to make that investment will have no regrets about buying in to this prestigious community. 



If you’re in the market for an upgrade and have set your eyes on an estate home, I recommend taking a drive through the three distinct districts of Wentworth; there’s the Willows of Wentworth, Wentworth Estates, and Wexford. They each have their own unique charms but the thing that unites them all is that they all have classy Calgary mansions.


Multi-family residences in Wentworth, Calgary

The main subdivision of Wentworth features an eclectic mix of townhomes and multi-family residencies. These inclusively priced homes give individuals other than the high rollers a chance to become a part of this dynamic and growing community. 


I suggest taking a closer look at Vivace on West 85th. This new luxury condo and townhome development is piloted by Bri-mor Developments and Streetside Homes.



The builders only opened the doors of their presentation centre in early 2015 and are now accepting bids on pre-construction homes. It’s definitely in your best interest to plan your purchase ahead of time and get in on the ground floor. Developments like these are only going to appreciate in value!


Shopping in Wentworth, Calgary


If you’re a fan of shopping then you’re in luck. Besides being so close to the city centre and the plethora of shops there, Wentworth has some shopping districts of its very own that are bound to impress.


Residents of Wentworth can head slightly south for the Aspen Landing Shopping Centre. This shopping plaza was built in 2009 with the residents of SW Calgary in mind. Some of the many stores housed in the Aspen Landing Shopping Centre include the Alberta Diamond Exchange, several major bank branches, restaurants, and health and wellness retailers like Shoppers Drug Mart.


Strathcona Square Shopping Centre is another nearby shopping district due east of Wentworth. It’s an upscale shopping centre that differs from the others, namely the fact that this one is home to many more professional services. But on that note, I should talk about one of the chief attractions of living in Wentworth, Calgary. 

The Wentworth Medical Clinic is a reliable medical institution built to serve the people of the Wentworth community and the surrounding area. It’s a walk-in clinic for those in need of medical attention and also has a number of medical services that the staff provides by appointment. These services include: dental care, chiropractic care, laser skin treatment, and tattoo removal. The amenities in this neighbourhood certainly endow you with the tools necessary to lead a healthy life.


Investment Opportunities


There’s a lot going on in Wentworth and the entire West Calgary area. When you’re looking at areas to buy property in, a hallmark of a good investment is the simple fact that there is work being done to further improve life in the neighbourhood.


The care and dedication of the Wentworth Residents Association, the new developments like Vivace on West 85th, and all of the local shopping districts coupled with the neigbourhood’s distance from the city spells prime real estate.


Calgary will undoubtedly continue to grow but there’s only so much land within reach of the city centre. As the population of Calgary soars north of a million, the demand for properties like these is only going to increase, and so will the price tag!


If you’d like to hear some more about this amazing neighbourhood from someone who lives there, you can get in touch with me directly and I’ll show you the ropes.




Direct:  (403) 690-2020


I have sold a property at 239 EVERWILLOW PK SW in Calgary.
Welcome to a sensational home in beautiful Evergreen. You'll be delighted by the inviting foyer, open main floor plan, hardwood floors, soaring 9' ceilings and abundance of large, bright windows. Highlights include a cozy gas fireplace in the living room and the stunning modernized kitchen, featuring granite countertops, upgraded appliances and an island that's ideal for entertaining. The exceptional breakfast nook is enhanced with 12' ceilings and a stunning view to the lush backyard. Upper level features a fabulous bonus room, master with 5pce ensuite, 2 extra bedrooms and 4pce bath. Lower level is spacious and functional, featuring a family room, 3pce bath, and extra bedroom or office space. Ideally located on a desirable and private corner lot, the impressive south facing backyard will delight you. The outstanding outdoor area features extra trees and shrubs and a space that is large enough to park an RV or to use as a boat pad. All this and the Evergreen K-4 School is right around the corner!

I have sold a property at 155 TUSCANY RAVINE RD NW in Calgary.
This charming walk out bungalow is ideally located, backing the extensive pathway system of desirable Tuscany. The mountain views from its west facing deck will delight you, and the extensively spacious landscaped yard will impress! The main floor features a large living room with bright windows and gas fireplace. The kitchen features a fantastic skylight, vaulted ceiling, ,exquisite granite countertops, gas cooktop, and cozy, bright eating area. Elegant French doors lead way to a flex room, a perfect sitting room, home office, or guest room. Main floor includes the master bedroom and lovely 4 pce ensuite. Laundry area and additional 2 pce bath complete the main level. The remarkable lower level walk out is certain to amaze you! The stunning, ultra spacious, wide open, custom design, features gigantic, bright windows and ultimate family room for entertaining. You'll enjoy its fantastic wet bar, gas fireplace, 2nd bedroom, 4 pce bathroom and workshop/storage area. A MUST SEE!

Please visit our Open House at 3136 45 ST SW in Calgary.
Open House on Sunday, April 19, 2015 14:00 - 16:00
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