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"BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF ABOUT THE LOCATION'S PROSIMITY TO THE REST OF YOUR LIFE"

 

This property is the best one on the market with a LEGAL SUITE, a real Mortgage Helper, the best investment property.

 The property has been redone outside and inside.

New siding, shingles, electrical, plumbing, sound proof insulation, new sidewalk, new fence. The main floor offers 3 bedroom, each floor has it's own laundry, The 2 BEDROOM  LEGAL SUITE is very spacious, has separate entrance and laundry room. The double oversized garage is 22'x24, property is situated on a large lot 579.441m2. It is located with the walking distance…

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The hidden gem in STRATHCONA with a Mill Creek ravine and river valley trails at your doors' few minutes walk to lively WHYTE Avenue, Old Strathona market, U of A, downtown, and several schools. This 1135 Sqf raised bungalow provides 3 separate entrances. The main floor offers 3 bedrooms, large living room with hardwood floors and wood stove, renovated kitchen cabinets and redone bathroom. The master bedroom with a sliding door to large PRIVATE BACKYARD FACING WOODEN AREA OF TODDLER PARK. Basement has its OWN FRONT entrance and offers 3large bedrooms, renovated bathroom and a large family room. Many recent upgrades: shingles, new deck, bathrooms, kitchen cabinets. The possibilities are endless what you can doe with this property. 

* live upstairs and…

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Hidden gem in a dream location with Mill Creek ravine at your door nd easy access to river valley trails. Minutes to lively Whyte Avenue, Old Strathcona market, U of A, downtown, and several schools. Large private backyard facing wooded area of toddler park. Raised bungalow with new roof and many upgrades, including new bathrooms, new kitchen cabinets and counter tops, and new deck on which to entertain your guests nd enjoy your morning coffee. Three bedrooms on upper level, hardwood floors ceramic titles. The spacious and bright lower level provides three additional large bedrooms, a large family room and can be used as a secondary suite. Possibilities are endless for this property considering it's desirable and walkable location, please call us for a…
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Hi Readers,    Besides my Real estate there is nothing more than I enjoy writing about than my city, the two go hand in hand. I recently read an article in Avenue magazine  about the top neighbourhoods in Edmonton, so I decided to share that with my readers. Although Edmonton is full of amazing areas these are the top 10 the people of our  city came up with: 1. Crestwood 2. Ritchie 3.Highlands 4. Stathearn 5. Garneau 6. Westmount 7. Downtown 8. Glenora 9. Oliver 10.Strathcona  From Scenery, Convenience, History or all of the above these areas are prime hot spots for us Edmontonians. With fall approaching and summer on it's way out there is no better time to look for your dream home. What is your favourite neighbourhood in…
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Hi readers, sorry I've been MIA for the past couple months. I'm back and ready to write about real estate and everything else you need to know about the market. We all want the highest price for our home and we think we deserve that. Here are a few tips and tricks when you decide to renovate your home to increase it's value
1) Transform your kitchen & Open Space -Buyers often want open spaces that over see the main floor. It is much more pricier to renovate a kitchen and open up walls but if you do so I can guarantee that you will see a major up sell of your home. Remember, In todays day and age a family does not want to be cramped up in a kitchen and not see what is going on in the living room. So tear down the walls and give the family what they…
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With boxing week amongst us and the New Year around the corner we start to plan for 2014 ; make goals , resolutions and solutions. Perhaps in the new year you are looking to purchase a home and with that goal comes a handful of questions that need to be answered. Having a clear budget set is key and will help narrow down your choices, other questions you may want to ask yourself are;

Is location Important to you? Do you have a neighbourhood in mind?  Is their a specific lay out you are looking for? do you care if there have been previous owners in the home? do you want your home to have character or practicality ? do you care how big your back yard is?

All these questions need to be in the back of your mind when you decide on whether you will be buying a new…
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New VS Used

It's a question I'm asked on a weekly basis by my clients " should we buy a new home or is it better to buy an older home " & I often find myself on both sides of the spectrum. There are many benefits of buying a new house but there are also benefits to buying an older house as well; it really all depends on what you want out of the home. Is it the location that you desire most or do you want everything in your home to be new and just how you wanted it. 

Customizing home to ones needs:

 Homebuilders will often let buyers help design the property; it helps create a living space that is tailored to their tastes.


 Less repairs:

 Features of new homes hold up better than those of older homes, which may have years of wear and tear

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The questions for many individuals & families that sometimes still remains unanswered is when is it the right time to buy… or should you just keep on renting??? Of course the circumstances and conditions are different for everyone and the answer will never be black or white.

An obvious argument for owning a home is based on the idea that paying ones mortgage is an instant savings plan and once you pay off your mortgage your home will be a huge asset. I always advise my clients if they are able to buy a home in their area for less than 15 X what their annual rent it, it makes more sense to buy. That being said; do not spend more than 3 X what your annual income is on a home. The answer still does not seem that simple; of course if you are single,…

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