Moving to Calgary: The Comprehensive Guide

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Services for Real Estate Pros with InboundREM

Calgary is the province's most populous city and Canada's fifth-most populous municipality. In 2022, Calgary will have 1,611,000 residents, placing it third among U.S. cities in terms of population. The median age in Calgary is only 36.6 years.

Calgary's proximity to the Rocky Mountains makes it a great place to call home for nature lovers. Additionally, Calgary has a robust economy and is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies. The town can therefore boast a very high standard of living for its citizens.

Employment Opportunity in Calgary
Petroleum and natural gas production, farming and tourism, and industrial production all play significant roles in Calgary's economy. Shaw Communications, WestJet, and Imperial Oil are just a few major corporations with headquarters in the city.

Calgary's robust economy provides numerous job opportunities for residents of all skill levels. At 5.3%, Calgary has a jobless rate lower than the national average of 6%.

Culture in Calgary
Thanks to the city's rich cultural diversity, there's something for everyone in Calgary. Cultural celebrations of the city's diverse population can be found year-round.
 
The city's many museums and art galleries celebrate Calgary's diverse population. As a bonus, several professional sports teams also represent Calgary on the national and international stage.
 
Weather in Calgary
Calgary is situated in southern Alberta, at the meeting point of the Bow and Elbow rivers. A dry climate with cold winters and warm summers characterizes the city's weather.

In January, temperatures average -9 degrees Celsius, while in July, they reach a balmy 22 degrees. Precipitation is typical in Calgary, especially during the winter.

.Education in Calgary
Calgary has a long tradition of educational excellence. The University of Calgary, Mount Royal University, and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology are just a few illustrious educational institutions in the city.
 
Transportation in Calgary
Getting around Calgary takes on average 26 minutes, thanks to the city's well-developed public transportation system, which offers a wide range of options and experiences significantly less congestion than other major North American cities. Automobiles, buses, and trains are Calgary's most frequently used modes of transportation.

Cost of Living in Calgary
Living expenses in Calgary are lower than in most other major Canadian cities. The most recent numbers show that a single person can expect to spend about 1,307.72C$ each month. Monthly expenses for a family of four (not including rent) are estimated at $4,651.96C$.

Calgary Housing Cost
The rising cost of real estate in Calgary is no secret. Even renters are feeling the pinch as the average price of a detached home in the city rises above $1 million.
 
Conclusion
It is my sincere wish that you have gained from this manual all the knowledge you need to make the changeover go off without a hitch.

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Comments (1)

Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®
RE/MAX Platinum - Waukesha, WI
Giving Back With Each Home Sold!

Great information.   Thanks for sharing and enjoy your weekend!

Jul 16, 2022 06:45 AM