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205 4328 4 Street NW
Highland Park Calgary T2K 1A2

$60,000
Residential beds: 1 baths: 1.0 462 sq. ft. built: 1986

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Status:
Active
Prop. Type:
Residential
MLS® Num:
A1258741
Bedrooms:
1
Bathrooms:
1
Year Built:
1986
Amazing location and tastefully renovated 1 bedroom condo just needs those finishing touches to make it perfect. Enjoy a good-sized kitchen, dining area, 4 pc bathroom and a large living room. This property is conveniently located in the desirable community of Highland Park. Some recent upgrades include newer kitchen cabinets, gorgeous quartz countertops and grey subway tile backsplash. Modern vinyl plank flooring completes this great little property. Close to many amenities including dining, shopping, and a variety of convenience stores, public transit and only a short distance to downtown!
Property Type:
Residential
Property Sub Type:
Apartment
Condo Type:
Conventional
Transaction Type:
For Sale
Suite:
No
Home Style:
Low-Rise(1-4)
Total Living Area:
462 sq. ft.
Main Level Finished Area:
462 sq. ft.
Condo Fee:
$225.00
Condo Fee Includes:
Insurance, Professional Management, Reserve Fund Contributions
Front Exposure:
West
Unit Exposure:
West
Floor Location:
Below Grade
Entry Level:
2
Stories Total:
3
Levels:
Single Level Unit
End Unit:
2+ Common Walls
Total Rooms Above Grade:
3
Year built:
1986 (Age: 36)
Bedrooms:
1 (Above Grd: 1)
Bedrooms Above Grade:
1
Bedrooms Below Grade:
0
Bathrooms:
1.0 (Full:1, Half:0)
Plan:
0910506
Heating:
Baseboard, Hot Water, Natural Gas
New Constr.:
No
Construction Material:
Brick, Wood Frame
Structure Type:
Low Rise (2-4 stories)
Roof:
Metal
Ensuite:
No
Flooring:
Vinyl
Cooling:
None
Fireplaces:
0
Garage:
0
Parking:
Stall
Parking Places:
1.0
Parking Total/Covered:
1 / -
Laundry Features:
None
Condo Fee Frequency:
Monthly
Z-name Not Listed
Highland Park (Calgary)
None
See Remarks
As is
Board Approval
Restrictions
Floor
Type
Size
Other
Main Floor
Living Room
14'11" × 12'8"
Main Floor
Kitchen
12'4" × 7'6"
Main Floor
Bedroom
12'8" × 8'6"
Floor
Ensuite
Pieces
Other
Main Floor
No
4
Title to Land:
Fee Simple
Community Features:
Schools Nearby, Shopping Nearby
Interior Features:
See Remarks
Exterior Features:
None
Patio And Porch Features:
None
Num. of Parcels:
0
Region:
Calgary
Zone:
CAL Zone CC
Zoning:
M-C1
Listed Date:
Sep 22, 2022
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Listed by CIR REALTY
Data was last updated September 29, 2022 at 05:30 AM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
26
Avg list price:
$542,000
Min list price:
$60,000
Max list price:
$799,000
Avg days on market:
46
Min days on market:
7
Max days on market:
195
Avg price per sq.ft.:
$411.92
These statistics are generated based on the current listing's property type and located in Highland Park. Average values are derived using median calculations.
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Buying Calgary Foreclosures Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs

The Owner Stops Paying the mortgage. Does the owner have any equity left in the property?

If No Owner Equity, Then Title goes directly to the bank, lender or insurer. The Bank, Lender or Insurer will list the property for sale

If There Is Owner Equity, The property is listed for sale by the Court of Queens Bench of Alberta. The owner still has the option to redeem the property


Important Information To Know When Buying Alberta Foreclosures

Offers To Purchase a Foreclosure in Alberta The Banks The Courts
Are Conditions Allowed? Yes No
Will They Counter Offer? Yes No
Can you set the possession date? Yes No
Are Appliances Included? No No
Will any repairs be made? No No
Are Real Property Reports Included? No No
Are Condo Documents Included? No No
Are there warranties on anything? No No
Do I put a Deposit with the Offer to Purchase? Within 3 Days Yes, with the offer

  • What Are the Conditions when buying an Alberta Foreclosure?

    The most common conditions on Offers To Purchase a home include Subject To Buyers Financing, Subject To Buyer's Approval of A Home Inspection, Subject to the Sale of A buyer's Home, and subject to buyers' due diligence.

  • What Are Counter Offers?

    When you make someone an offer on anything including a house chances are you will get a counteroffer. With foreclosures listed by the Court of Queens Bench of Alberta, you will not get a counteroffer.

  • What Are Foreclosure Possession Dates?

    The foreclosure possession date is the day the money for a house gets transferred from banks and lawyers. After the lawyers are happy with everything then the buyer gets the keys to the property.

  • Why aren't appliances included?

    Bank Owned and Court Ordered Foreclosed Homes are Sold "As Is". The banks and courts have never seen these homes and have no idea if appliances or anything else works. Therefore they do not include anything in the sale. If appliances are in the house on possession day, they are part of the deal then.

  • Why won't any repairs be made?

    Alberta Foreclosures are priced "As Is". Banks and courts do not hire tradespeople to do anything other than stop by the property on a regular basis to make sure the property is secure. They are not in the fix-n-flip business.

  • What Are Real Property Reports?

    A Real Property Report is best described as showing you in blueprint form what you are buying that you can't see. Where is the property line? Are there gas lines or water lines running under the property? Is the fence on your property or the neighbours? A Real Property Report is not supplied by the courts or the banks when selling a foreclosure.

  • What Are Condo Documents?

    Every Condo is part of a Condo Board. The Condo Board meets regularly and records the minutes of the meetings. The board hires management companies and accountants. The Board in the general administration of the property generates a lot of paperwork. Condo Documents like Real Property Reports will tell you what else you are buying into that you can't see with your own eyes.

  • What Are Warranties?

    Warranties are those annoying things they try to upsell you on every time you buy something. In a home sale, a warranty covers a lot of ground in a normal sale. In the sale of foreclosure in Calgary, there are zero warranties on anything. Nothing is backed by anybody. When you buy a foreclosure and something is wrong, tough luck, that's one reason you got a great price.

  • What is a Redemption Period?

    In the Redemption period of a Calgary Court Ordered Sale, the owner is still on legal title and has the option to make good on all arrears and penalties to reclaim the property and stop the foreclosure process.

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