<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=483917525126499&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Broadview Homes Blog

Share our passion for homes and great design. Find inspiring design, a behind the scenes look and great information about caring for your home here in our Broadview Homes blog.

Show Stopping Show Homes: The Harlow in Okotoks

March 22, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Think you’ve seen amazing show homes? Wait until you feast your eyes on the Harlow; a breathtaking 2215 square foot show home nestled in the blossoming community of Rancher’s Rise, Okotoks. Read on (or better yet, come visit) to discover why this amazing two-storey, three bed, two and a half bath model is the ultimate show stopper.

Read More

7 Spring Cleaning Mistakes to Avoid in Alberta

March 20, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Ready to leave winter behind? If you felt that warm, spring breeze that swept through Calgary, then your thoughts may already have turned to spring. You might be throwing open your windows and saying goodbye to winter. And with the arrival of spring, you might even be thinking about starting to tackle your spring cleaning checklist.

Read More

Finalist For Calgary’s 2016 SAM Awards

March 15, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

BILD Calgary Region recently announced the finalists for the up-coming 2016 SAM Awards, and Broadview Homes is proud to be nominated for two design awards in the following categories:

Read More

Calgary’s Education Options Part 2: Public, Catholic, Charter, or Private?

March 15, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

If you’re a family looking to buy a new home, schooling options are likely a top item on your priority list. Fortunately, with so many first-rate communities cropping up around Calgary, you can rest easy knowing there will be great choices available for your kids.

Read More

How Your Home Can Save You at Tax Time

March 02, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Your home is one of the largest investments you’ll make, so be sure that you’re using it to its full effect to get the maximum tax deduction on your tax return. Despite the absence of claiming the cost of your home as an expense in Canada (unlike our neighbours to the south), there are other ways to use your home to save on taxes.

Read More

6 Awesome Ways To Customize Your Entryway

March 01, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Welcome to our “Awesome Customization” series! These posts will give you all kinds of beautiful, fun, and downright cool customization ideas for each and every room in your home.

Read More

Quick Possession Feature: The Cavalier in Boulder Creek

February 22, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Have you always liked the idea of having a beautiful new home but don’t want to wait for construction? A quick possession home may be the right choice for you. Read on to discover one of our fantastic move-in ready options.

Read More

How Alberta New Homes Are Becoming More Energy-Efficient

February 17, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Albertans living in a newly built home will soon experience a healthier, energy-efficient environment, which is good for you and for the planet. We spend 80-90% of our time indoors – at work, school and home - so it only makes sense to lead the way and promote improvements in new home construction.

Read More

6 Advantages of Buying A New Home In The Winter

February 15, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

The housing market is often quite active in the late spring and summer. Many families are trying to time their move for the summer months, and homes simply look a bit brighter during this time. However, this isn’t the only time to get a great deal on a home. In fact, you may be better off buying your home during the winter. Take a look at some of the great reasons to consider a winter purchase.

Read More

Calgary Council Waives Green Cart Fees for 2017

February 10, 2017 | Peter-John Woolf

Calgary passes a motion to waive green cart fees for 2017, in order to allow residents the chance to embrace the idea of an organic composting program. The program which is set to launch in Spring 2017 will no longer require Calgary homeowners to pay the fee themselves.

Read More
1 2 3 4 5