June 2017

Found 3 blog entries for June 2017.

It can be tough to decide on where to live when you’re researching for the best areas for you and your family. Here are our top four communities in Edmonton based on safety, affordability and accessibility.

Mother and daughter in a house together hugging

Edmonton has its fair share of pretty great communities for families. Unlike areas that are great for singletons, young couples or retirees, families have a very specific set of needs when researching great areas to live. They want the neighbourhood to be safe and have a low crime rate, affordable and be within a reasonable proximity to good schools. It’s those requirements that we weighed and measured to come up with the following four best communities to live in Edmonton. Continue reading to find out why.

Safest Edmonton Neighbourhoods by

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From Poke to Pets—Restaurants in Edmonton are Becoming a Cut Above the Rest

The food scene in Edmonton has certainly come a long way. Gone are the dreary days of the early 2000s when questionably authentic Asian noodle bars, such as Wok Box, were considered the pinnacle of the restaurants in Edmonton. Now, thanks to a rise in talented and creative chefs, Edmontonians are inundated with options. The only difficult choice to make now is what to eat. Here are three of the most exciting trends that are about to make a splash with food trucks and restaurants in Edmonton.

Fab Fusion from Edmonton Food Trucks

The 2017 Edmonton food truck season kick-started in epic fashion in early May 2017. Foodies from across YEG flocked to the Northlands Expo

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Common Condo Questions

It doesn't matter whether you are a first-time home buyer or if you're an empty nester that has decided to downsize, buying a home can be a nerve-wracking experience. It's only natural that, as you meander your way through the complexities of the Edmonton real estate market, you'll have questions. Here are a few things you need to know when viewing condos for sale in Edmonton.

What other fees should I be aware of when searching condos for sale in Edmonton?

Strata Fees

Strata fees (or condo contributions) can vary from development to development. They are financial payments that are put toward the costs of repairing and maintaining common areas (ie: plumbing, HVAC systems, and landscaping.) Condo contributions can also be put towards a reserve

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