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Get Your Yard Ready for Autumn in Edmonton

Fall Cleanup in EdmontonLook, we know you're enjoying summer, but it has to end, right? Now that autumn is just peeking around the corner, it’s the perfect time to take care of the yard work one final time before the really cold weather settles in and our flowering, green yards become a not too distant memory. Plus, all of your hard work now gives you something to look forward to after the spring thaw.

Here we’ve offered a few tips for preparing your yard for winter and ensuring a fresh, healthy start to next spring If you’re thinking of selling your Edmonton home this coming fall or winter, these steps will help ensure you don’t have to make the outside presentable in frigid weather.

Lawn Care

Edmonton Yard Care for FallAs your grass becomes dormant preparing for the winter months and growth

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Selling Your Edmonton Home

1. How much is my home worth?

Chances are this is a question you’ve already asked yourself—it may even be your motivation for selling if you happened to have discovered you are sitting on a gold mine. But if you haven’t, you should make sure that you determine the value of your home as accurately as possible. 

To begin, we recommend trying out a comparable market analysis tool, which will give you an estimated value based on comparable homes (“comps” for short) in your neighbourhood. By comparing your home type, the number of beds and baths, and total square footage, it can give you an accurate assessment of your home. 

Of course, an experienced agent can do more than just look at these “comps,” so we always recommend talking to somebody who

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 Student Housing in Edmonton

The current school year is winding down, but as is always the case it will seem like no time at all before Labour Day is here and another school year is about to begin. Homes near the University of Alberta are just a part of the Edmonton real estate picture, but if you’re a student who doesn’t live at home OR in residence at the school then you should start looking for student housing in Edmonton sooner rather than later.

The neighbourhoods of McKernan, Parkallen, Pleasantview, Queen Alexandra, Walterdale, Mayfair, Strathcona, Windsor Park, Ritchie, Hazeldean, Argyll, and Mill Creek Ravine are all ones that are good choices for homes near the University of Alberta, but like any urban area it’s competitive to find affordable, quality student

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What Can $1m Buy You on the Edmonton Real Estate Market?

Are you looking to buy a home or condo in Edmonton? Not sure how far your budget can stretch? In many cities across Canada, $1 million is a robust budget that can buy a whole lot of house. This is especially true in Edmonton, where many prices are lower than the rest of the country and the value is high. 

So what can you get for $1 million in Edmonton? Let’s take a closer look: 

What is the Average Price? 

In Edmonton, the average price for a home is climbing. Although it’s a slow climb, we’re seeing a slight increase over last year and it’s expected to continue. The average price for a two-story home in Edmonton is $449,234, which is lower than the Canadian average of $748,049. 

Knowing this, let’s take a look at some of the details for

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5 Tips For Making Your Edmonton Home More Eco-Friendly

Edmonton homeowners are always looking for ways to make their homes more eco-friendly. Going green has serious benefits. Not only could you save money on utilities, but you could also reduce your carbon footprint, waste less, and enjoy that wonderful tingling feeling when you do something good for someone else. In this case, the “someone else” is Mother Nature.

Here are 5 tips for making your Edmonton home more eco-friendly:

1 – Invest in a New Furnace or AC Unit

 Ever hear the saying, “you have to spend money to make money?” That rings true when it comes to your HVAC systems. Modern furnaces, heaters, and air conditioners are high-efficiency units that use less fuel and produce more energy. Using less fuel means you’re spending less on your

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5 Tips for Making Your Edmonton Home More Eco-Friendly

Edmonton homeowners are always looking for ways to make their homes more eco-friendly. Going green has serious benefits. Not only could you save money on utilities, but you could also reduce your carbon footprint, waste less, and enjoy that wonderful tingling feeling when you do something good for someone else. In this case, the “someone else” is Mother Nature.

Here are 5 tips for making your Edmonton home more eco-friendly:

1 – Invest in a New Furnace or AC Unit

 Ever hear the saying, “you have to spend money to make money?” That rings true when it comes to your HVAC systems. Modern furnaces, heaters, and air conditioners are high-efficiency units that use less fuel and produce more energy. Using less fuel means you’re spending less on your

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Maximize the Curb Appeal of Your Edmonton Home

Autumn and winter can be a magical time in Edmonton. As the days start to get shorter, you will notice crisp mornings and cool evenings and an explosion of fiery hues taking the place of summer greenery. However, fall and winter can also become a daunting time to sell a home because there are more challenges to face when creating curb appeal. 

Here are a few easy ways you can maintain and maximize your home’s curb appeal in the fall and winter:

Make Sure the Leaves are Raked

Falling leaves are a picturesque and essential part of fall, but a yard covered in thick detritus of rotting leaves may give the wrong impression of your home. Making sure the leaves are tidy and raked into neat piles or removed entirely from the yard will make sure

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 The Big Bang Theory of Edmonton

It's official. According to last year's census data, Edmonton saw an astonishing growth rate of 14.8 percent between 2011 and 2016. More than Calgary, more than Vancouver, more than Toronto, Edmonton is a boom town—the fastest growing city in Canada. At this rate, the population within the city limits will exceed one million people within the next five years.

But which neighbourhoods are witnessing the most growth? And what does this mean for home owners?

Filling a Need

According to the city's most recent Annual Growth Monitoring Report, the city will have to add 150,000 new housing units by 2020 to accommodate the influx of new residents. While new developments on the fringes of Edmonton continue, infill is the city council's current

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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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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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