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About Tyler Giesbrecht

When I first became a Real Estate Professional, I was told that I couldn't drive a truck and still be professional (by a well-meaning ‘professional’). So, I sold my truck, bought a fancy Lincoln - and quickly realized that the car just didn’t feel right to me.

I feel like myself in a truck. And I think the house you buy has to feel right to you and your family. I respect your wishes and only offer my expertise, not all my opinions (unless asked). When we find the right house – that feels right to YOU, then I really go to work.

I will walk you through all the due diligence, make sure the contracts protect you and are enforceable. I listen for what is important to you and your family and represent you completely so you receive the best value possible.

I am a born and raised Calgarian who loves building, renovating and selling homes. My Father and Grandfather taught me the value of HOME and also instilled in me the pride of ownership that comes along with owning your home.

Latest Blog Posts

5 Inspiring Home Design & Remodelling Trends for 2021

We’ve all spent a lot more time at home over the past year. And for many of us, our homes have become our office, our classroom, our gym—and most importantly, our safe haven during times

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New Year, New Home? Set Homeownership Goals if You’re Buying, Selling, or Staying Put

The start of a new year always compels people to take a fresh look at their goals, from health and career to relationships and finance. But with historically low mortgage rates, increased home sales

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Lowest Mortgage Rates in History - What It Means for Homeowners and Buyers

The interest rate on Canada’s most popular mortgage, the five-year fixed rate, has fallen to its lowest level in history. In early June, HSBC made headlines when it began offering Canadians a

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Is Now a Good Time to Buy or Sell Real Estate in Calgary?

Is Now a Good Time to Buy or Sell Real Estate?  Traditionally, spring is one of the busiest times of the year for real estate. But the coronavirus outbreak—and subsequent stay-at

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