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This completely renovated and re-designed 3 bedroom bungalow with a LEGAL SUITE has everything new starting from the siding, on the house and the garage concrete sidewalk, all new windows fence. The inside of the property is completely redone. I Main floor suite offers 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, beautiful open concept floor plan, quartz countertops, s/s appliances, beautiful modern bathrooms. Downstairs a LEGAL suite features 2 large bedrooms, white European kitchen cabinets, s/s appliance. Property is situated on a huge lot. Super location just 3 blocks from Northgate Transit Centre, shopping, schools. For more information regarding this property please call/text 780 919 0201. or info@look4edmontonhomes.com.

Christina Bieniek

RE/Max Real Estate

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When you buy a real estate everyone knows the most important thing is a LOCATION!

You can repaint the walls, change the flooring but you can not move the house. The backing onto the lake, backing onto the Park these are always considered a prime locations. 

Please, check my listing E4171818 located on 17616 120 Street. This home is better than new with all the extras that was added like Air conditioning, hardwood floors, upgraded appliances, oversized windows, central vacuum system and the most important is covered deck. This property is fully landscaped and fully fenced. Call me today for the private viewing of this property. 

E4171818, 17616 120 Street.

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Please, join me thisSaturday September 07 from 1 to 3 pm at 17616 120 Street. 

This beautiful house is better than brand new house: 

* fully landscaped

* fully fenced

* A/C

*Central Vacuum 

* hardwood floors, upgraded s/s appliances, large windows, 

* covered deck

* Asking price $467,000

 

 

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* Check for any small repairs that need to be done  *  Make sure all major repairs are done. For example; shingles * The Cheapest way to upgrade the property is a fresh coat of paint (avoid strong colours- stick with neutrals) * Look after the front yard and back yard * Make sure the front door is clean  * Clean the windows * Declutter and organize the house * Put away family photos (only for the time of selling) * Prepare the documents ex: real property report * Ensure you have all necessary permits ex: basement/deck Once your property sells its time to meet with the Lawyer to sign closing documents, make sure you clarify how he will be sending you the money, will it be a cheque or electronic deposit? The…
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Dog Parks for you and your loved one this Summer! With summer in full swing, nothing is better than spending time outside with your furry best friend! Edmonton is known for its beautiful parks & paths! Here are some of my favourite parks to bring your furry friend to!

  • 1)  Buena Vista- 13210 Buena Vista RD. This park is right next to Hawrelak Park and Sir Wilfred Laurier Park. It includes dog beach, cycling trails and a large open field
  • 2)  Paisley- This area provides agility equipment and a separate enclosure for those shy dogs!
  • 3)  Gold Bar Park- 10955-50 St- This beautiful park is on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River, and it includes an off-leash trail!
  • 4)  Alex Decoteau Park- 10230-105 St- One of Edmonton’s
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What to do around the city on Monday, July 1, 2019, for a celebration like no other!

 

 

It's Canada Day,& there are tons of fun, family-oriented activities and events filled with music, dance and art exhibitions are taking place around the city.

                                             ***** Fireworks final 11 pm ****

Places to go on Monday:

1. Edmonton Valley Zoo 11am-4pm 13315 Buena Vista Road and 87 Ave, regular admission

Celebrate Canada Day and the Edmonton Valley Zoo’s 60th birthday! Take part in a scavenger hunt, enjoy live music and learn about all of our Canadian animal friends!

2. Muttart Conservatory 11am-3pm regular admission 9626 96A Street  

Celebrate Canada’s birthday in

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  • As a renter, you have the luxury of choosing a place that meets your needs at the moment. Buying a home is a much bigger commitment, both in terms of finances and the length of time you’ll likely live there. When seeking out your first place – whether a house or condominium or anything in between – it’s important to do your homework.

Here are 5 things to consider as you begin the process of purchasing your first place.

1. The growth possibilities. Shop for a place that meets your current spaces needs, but also consider one that can adjust to a changing household. A five-year plan may not pan out as you expect, so think about possible life changes that could impact your need for bedrooms, bathrooms and square footage.

2. What’s

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