Bowness Real Estate & Properties
Bowness Housing Market
Bowness Calgary is one of the sought after neighbourhoods when it comes to Calgary Real Estate. If you are looking for information on Bowness homes for sale Calgary or want to learn more about housing market news, real estate prices, schools, parks, public transit and all related to Bowness real estate, this guide will give you the information and allow you to search all Calgary MLS® listings in one place- regardless of the real estate agent or company and including prices, photos, maps and a complete description. Whether you want to buy or sell a house or apartment in NW Calgary, REALTOR® Gagan Bilga would be glad to guide you through the buying & selling process. Our specialty is providing you a customized Bowness real estate search to help you find the exact northwest Calgary property you’re looking for. Prospect buyers have a lot to choose from among the Bowness real estate listings Calgary. Bowness homes for sale are multilevel, attached row houses, detached and semi-detached houses. Land is also available for interested buyers! Read more about Bowness Homes.
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Bowness Community Stats
Bowness Homes for Sale Today's Stats
|Bowness Properties for Sale:||14,353|
|Bowness Real Estate Prices (avg):||$589,534|
|Bowness Real Estate Highest Price:||$16,950,000|
|Bowness Real Estate Lowest Price:||$0|
Bowness MLS Listings
Houses for sale in North West Calgary come attached or detached, in various sizes with diverse features, and they can be found in a range of prices, often come with three bedrooms, two ½ baths, deck, garage, etc. The first step in your home search is to find out exactly what pre-approved mortgage you can afford. In Calgary, Alberta, you can obtain a letter by the bank or mortgage broker showing the mortgage rate offered and the loan amount you have been approved for. When you find the house of your dreams on the Calgary Real Estate Board's MLS® System, you are then able to make a purchase offer right away in that house for sale, knowing the bank will not reject it.
Bowness Neighborhood/Community GuideA former town, Bowness was amalgamated into the City of Calgary back in 1964. Northeast of Bowness is the Bow River. Down south is 16th Avenue and in the west is the Stoney Trail. Another former town, Montgomery, is just a river across Bowness. The community is known to have one of the most popular parks in Calgary, the Bowness Park. It lies between the Bow River and a lagoon. The park thrives in life as people come together for picnics and summer and winter sports. If you’re a newcomer to Calgary- a new immigrant, new citizen, or simply new to the city of Calgary and are interested in exploring homes for sale and real estate prices this page is a good place to begin. The profiles allow you to compare MLS listings in the South West to homes for sale in other neighbourhoods in the city. Beyond that, you can compare community social statistics such as population size, income & employment, number of families, number of children, level of education, population diversity, recent immigrant population, and housing. When moving, things such as being close to schools, work, after school programs or finding out how many families with children live in that area, can be important factors to consider when buying a home. Calgary real estate is diverse and you can find houses or condos for sale that meet your exact needs, like a community with Spanish speaking families or a lake community. Relocating can be easier than expected, call your REALTOR® Gagan Bilga for all your buying and selling needs in Calgary AB.
Bowness AmenitiesIn 2014, there are 11,611 people living in the area with 5,089 dwellings. The community has its own association – the Bowness Community Association. Their facilities include an arena, main hall, studio and community rooms, concession arena and an indoor playground.
Bowness Calgary - SchoolsFor many Calgary real estate buyers, there are a selection of necessary steps to be taken before thinking of buying. One of the most important factors that I have found is figuring out the assigned school that your children would be attending. (Unless you go for the private school system, where you can find a diversity of schools, such as French and Spanish inmersion, Christian schools, Charter, etc.) Choosing a Calgary school close to your home provides you with the opportunity to have more time for extra curricular activities and to have less stress and travel time... or that your kids may walk to school.
Bowness Calgary NW ParksCalgary NW Parks - All Calgary parks are open from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. unless otherwise stated at the park.
City of Calgary - Living in Calgary, ABFind community, recreation, parks & transit information in Bowness and learn about living in Calgary - from assessment & taxes to buying & selling Real Estate, licences & permits, off-leash areas, the construction of the new West LRT extension, (Video) and search for Bowness Real Estate values & property assessments. City of Calgary
Bowness Public Transportation
For many Calgarians when thinking of entering the Calgary NW Real Estate market it is an important factor to consider commuting times or public transportation. The options will strongly influence their home-buying decisions. Commute times are clearly important to Calgary Real Estate buyers, If you like what you see in the North West community of Bowness, we encourage you to take the next steps in researching the different options for public transportation in the area and the latest statistics and prices for the Bowness real estate market. Which is why I placed the following Calgary transit link, so you can research which roads you will have to take from your new house to get to work and around and which Calgary bus or C-Train route will work for you and your family, how long your trip will take and if there are any transfers involved. Bus routes and LRTs are available in the vicinity. You can take Dalhousie, Brentwood, Crowfoot, University and Banff Trail CTrain stations. The closest bus routes to and fro Bowness are routes #1 at Bowness-Forest Lawn; #31 and 40 in Dalhousie-University and Crowfoot/North Hill. Check out their Calgary Transit website and schedule your trips without the hassle. With these, looking for a Bowness house for sale should be more exciting by now. However, make sure your Bowness realtor provides you important information, such as this, to go around your new home worry-free. Calgary Banff Trail Trip Planning
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