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Did you miss the AREF event with Todd Hirsch? Opportunity to view the presentation.

The Alberta Real Estate Foundation featured Todd Hirsch, Senior Economist at ATB Financial and co-author of The Boiling Frog Dilemma, as part of their Thought Leader Series. Over two hundred Real Estate professionals and representatives attended this event in Calgary and Edmonton. You can view the full presentation here!

Foundation Announces Fall 2012 Community Investment Recipients

The Board of Governors of the Alberta Real Estate Foundation recently approved $103,225 in community investment projects at their recent meeting on Oct 19th, 2012.

Todd Hirsch Speaking in Calgary and Edmonton

The Alberta Real Estate Foundation brings you Alberta's top economist to talk about the future of the Real Estate Industry in Alberta amidst a fast changing globalized world. To watch the trailer video and reserve your spot, read more.

Thirty-Five sites will get naked during Doors Open Calgary

Many of Calgary’s most culturally and historically significant buildings are going to bare it all during Doors Open YYC – DO YYC Naked on September 29 and 30, 2012.

Affordable homes is a dream come true for two Albertan families

Owning a home is so much than acquiring an appreciating asset. The Alberta Real Estate Foundation, together with the REALTORS® Community Foundation and Government of Alberta, supported the dreams of two families that received a Habitat for Humanity home.

Back by popular demand: Green Acreages Guide

If you or a client escaped the city to a small acreage, would you know how to protect and maintain it? Would you have a plan to maintain it in a way that protects the environment and surrounding ecosystem? If this is a little hazy, The Green Acreages Guide Primer, Stewardship for Small Acreages, written and released by Land Stewardship Centre, may be the news you were waiting for.

ANNOUNCING SUMMER 2012 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT RECIPIENTS

The Board of Governors of the Alberta Real Estate Foundation recently approved $203,000 in community investment projects at their recent meeting on June 22nd, 2012.