“InsureCert is the best” .
Bob S - Vancouver
“InsureCert is pretty damn cool.”
Brian J., Calgary
“It is a very efficient and well-run system. The support provided by the staff is second to none -very quick response and always friendly and very helpful. I highly recommend.”
Alexandra C., Richmond,
Amazing and very easy to use, with great people behind it. It is so efficient it allows me to concentrate on business without worrying.
John R. Burnaby
Three years ago, Calgary’s housing market was scorching – and buyers paid the (high) price. But when the price of oil tanked, the market cooled. On the bright side, that means you can score a house or condo at a deal. But anyone moving to Calgary should know that the city’s economy hinges on the oil and gas industry. Be aware, too, that Calgary is a hugely sprawling city. That means there’s a neighbourhood for everyone, from suburb-dwellers to inner-city animals.
Typical housing type:
Condos and townhouses.
Calgary’s often overlooked on the east side of the country, with eyes turning to Vancouver instead. But Calgary has a lot going on in terms of industry – and it’s a beautiful place to live, in terms of the scenery and the people. If it’s not somewhere you’ve considered, it’s worth heading into town and taking a look around. You might just fall in love with what you see!
Avg. rent by housing size:
Avg. rent compared to other Canadian cities
Calgary is on par with the Canadian average
- Smoke damage (excluding fireplaces).Theft.
- Wind and hail.
- Electrical current.
- Water damage.
- Broken windows.Wind and hail.
- Falling objects (unless propelled by a landslide, avalanche, or earthquake)