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3016 16 Avenue Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Simran Jhand Of MaxWell Polaris
New

$424,900

3016 16 Avenue Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,499 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321946
7301 Armour Crescent Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Darya Pfund Of Stratten Gates Real Estate Ltd.
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$340,000

7301 Armour Crescent Sw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,269 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321945
- Victoria Trail, Rural Sturgeon County
Courtesy Of Mike Ouellet Of RE/MAX Elite
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$859,900

- Victoria Trail, Rural Sturgeon County

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Rural MLS® # E4321943
3605 49 Avenue, Beaumont
Courtesy Of Cathy Cookson Of RE/MAX Excellence
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$419,900

3605 49 Avenue, Beaumont

4 Beds 4 Baths 1,554 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321942
43 Lamartine Crescent, St. Albert
Courtesy Of Isaac Kristensen Of Digger Real Estate Inc.
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$460,000

43 Lamartine Crescent, St. Albert

5 Beds 3 Baths 1,240 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321941
# 17 3 Spruce Ridge Drive, Spruce Grove
Courtesy Of Stephanie McLean Of Century 21 Masters
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$289,000

# 17 3 Spruce Ridge Drive, Spruce Grove

2 Beds 3 Baths 11,540 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321940
12 Sutherland Street, Leduc
Courtesy Of Trevor Tardif Of YEGPro Realty
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$450,000

12 Sutherland Street, Leduc

4 Beds 3 Baths 1,412 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321939
5203 46 Avenue, Leduc
Courtesy Of William Hickey Of YEGPro Realty
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$329,900

5203 46 Avenue, Leduc

3 Beds 1 Bath 1,282 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321938
11905 103 Avenue Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Gillian Sutherland Of MaxWell Devonshire Realty
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$439,000

11905 103 Avenue Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,324 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321937
823 Massey Landing Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Susan Horon Of Royal LePage Noralta Real Estate
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$750,000

823 Massey Landing Nw, Edmonton

4 Beds 3 Baths 1,620 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321936
Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Jeffrey Lewis Of RE/MAX Elite
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$439,900

Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,475 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321935
Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Treena Michayluk Of Royal Lepage Arteam Realty
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$69,900

Nw, Edmonton

1 Bed 1 Bath 704 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321934
3218 Cherry Crescent Sw Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Rossella Trulli Of Exp Realty
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$436,800

3218 Cherry Crescent Sw Sw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,625 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321933
5815 Pelletier Close, Beaumont
Courtesy Of Will Tarrabain Of Sable Realty
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$599,999

5815 Pelletier Close, Beaumont

5 Beds 3 Baths 2,400 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321932
Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Peter Schalin Of RE/MAX Elite
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$179,900

Nw, Edmonton

2 Beds 2 Baths 961 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321931
# 21 9310 Morinville Drive, Morinville
Courtesy Of James Mabey Of Century 21 Masters
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$159,900

# 21 9310 Morinville Drive, Morinville

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,030 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321930
9002 168 Street Nw Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Billy Jomha Of RE/MAX Excellence
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$359,000

9002 168 Street Nw Nw, Edmonton

4 Beds 2 Baths 1,072 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321929
4110 Whispering River Drive Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Mani Bagga Of Royal LePage Noralta Real Estate
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$1,288,800

4110 Whispering River Drive Nw, Edmonton

5 Beds 5 Baths 3,728 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321928
# 506 8488 111 Street Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of James Knull Of Exp Realty
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$379,900

# 506 8488 111 Street Nw, Edmonton

2 Beds 2 Baths 951 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321927
5106 50 Avenue, Legal
Courtesy Of Shannon Carlson Of RE/MAX Results
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$250,000

5106 50 Avenue, Legal

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,343 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321926
4466 Suzanna Crescent Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Rhonda Navratil Of RE/MAX River City
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$1,399,000

4466 Suzanna Crescent Sw, Edmonton

5 Beds 6 Baths 3,772 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321924
10342 145 Street Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Jamie Savage Of RE/MAX Excellence
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$779,900

10342 145 Street Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,842 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321923
6065 Crawford Drive Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Rupinder Kaur Of Exp Realty
New

$739,000

6065 Crawford Drive Sw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 2,428 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321922
# 407 11446 40 Avenue Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Henry Han Of Century 21 Masters
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$109,900

# 407 11446 40 Avenue Nw, Edmonton

2 Beds 2 Baths 917 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321921
14219 74 Street Nw Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Taras Vanovskyy Of RE/MAX Excellence
New

$374,900

14219 74 Street Nw Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,099 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321920
4553 Knight Wynd Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Jeff Warner Of Homes & Gardens Real Estate Limited
New

$788,500

4553 Knight Wynd Sw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 2,263 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321918
Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Barry Berhe Of RE/MAX River City
New

$599,900

Nw, Edmonton

4 Beds 4 Baths 1,335 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321917
# 13 7604 29 Avenue Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of John Jabbour Of The Foundry Real Estate Company Ltd
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$159,999

# 13 7604 29 Avenue Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 2 Baths 1,382 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321916
# 205 4812 51 Avenue, Stony Plain
Courtesy Of Arlie Jespersen Of Century 21 Leading
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$220,000

# 205 4812 51 Avenue, Stony Plain

2 Beds 2 Baths 1,027 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321915
504 Foxboro Loop, Sherwood Park
Courtesy Of Jeff Lorenz Of MaxWell Devonshire Realty
New

$449,900

504 Foxboro Loop, Sherwood Park

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,897 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321914
5606 Keeping Place Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Kaylie Cole Of FairSquare Group Realty
New

$759,000

5606 Keeping Place Sw, Edmonton

4 Beds 3 Baths 2,450 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321912
2464 Glenridding Boulevard Sw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Kelsey Olijnyk Of YEGPro Realty
New

$395,000

2464 Glenridding Boulevard Sw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,425 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321911
11941 44 Street Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Marc McMahon Of The Foundry Real Estate Company Ltd
New

$189,750

11941 44 Street Nw, Edmonton

2 Beds 1 Bath 756 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321910
872 Ryan Place Place Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Christopher Hampson Of RE/MAX Excellence
New

$529,900

872 Ryan Place Place Nw, Edmonton

5 Beds 3 Baths 1,770 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321909
10820 83 Avenue Nw Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Harry Mann Of MaxWell Polaris
New

$599,900

10820 83 Avenue Nw Nw, Edmonton

4 Beds 2 Baths 879 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321908
4676 126 Avenue Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Kevin Grenier Of MaxWell Polaris
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$236,500

4676 126 Avenue Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 3 Baths 1,041 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321907
12823 128 Street Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Anna Trojanowicz Of Century 21 All Stars Realty Ltd
New

$438,800

12823 128 Street Nw, Edmonton

5 Beds 2 Baths 1,118 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E4321906
# 19 9250 156 Avenue Nw, Edmonton
Courtesy Of Jason Kamal Of Exp Realty
New

$339,900

# 19 9250 156 Avenue Nw, Edmonton

3 Beds 4 Baths 1,334 SqFt Condo / Townhouse MLS® # E4321905

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What is the best way to market my home in Edmonton? 

Make sure your home is in top condition before you list it for sale. This includes making any necessary repairs, painting, and staging your home to make it look its best. Once your home is ready, list it on the Edmonton MLS® system and online, and make sure to include plenty of high-quality photos. Promote your home through open houses, online advertising, and by hosting events for potential buyers. Finally, be prepared to negotiate with buyers and accept an offer that meets your needs.

What is the role of a realtor?

A realtor plays an important role in the city’s real estate market.  The city’s real estate market is very active, and realtors play a vital role in helping buyers and sellers navigate the market.
Edmonton’s real estate market is very competitive, and prices can vary widely depending on the neighborhood and type of property. Realtors can help buyers find the right property for their needs and budget, and also help sellers get the best price for their home. Realtors also play an important role in helping to negotiate contracts and close deals. If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in Edmonton, Alberta, it is important to work with a experienced and knowledgeable realtor who can help you navigate the market and get the best possible price for your home.

What is a garden suite in Edmonton real estate? 

A garden suite is a type of housing that is becoming increasingly popular in Edmonton real estate. Garden suites are self-contained units that are attached to or detached from a single-family home. They are typically located in the backyard of the home and/or over the detached garage and offer a private entrance, kitchen, and bathroom. Garden suites are a great option for those who are looking for more space or for those who want to downsize but still maintain their independence.

BUYING A NEW HOME - THE ULTIMATE GUIDE


What are the essentials when buying a house at Edmonton real estate? When you want to buy your first home, you may be tempted to rush headlong into the buying process. In contrast, it's important to consider all of the details.

Remember this: A house is among the most expensive purchases to make. So, it's essential to look at as many details as possible and get as much information to make an informed decision. Here are 3 things you must look at when buying a house.

Security Features

Does your future home have security features? Is it in a neighborhood with high rates of burglary or other crimes? Security features aren't just for safety: they're also vital to getting homeowner's insurance. Talk to your realtor before making any big decisions.


What is the difference between a condo and single family home?

Condos are usually smaller in size than single family homes and are often located in close proximity to other condos or apartments. Condos are typically governed by an association which is made up of the condo owners. This association is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the common areas of the condo complex. Single family homes are not typically governed by an association and the homeowners are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the property.

Inspection

The house inspection takes about an hour or two. If you're looking at Edmonton homes for sale and find one that has been inspected recently, that's a great sign. Home inspectors look closely at everything in your home, including ceilings and walls, windows and doors, plumbing and electrical systems, insulation quality, etc.

Ask the home inspector for structural or functional problems with your new potential home before moving.

Finances

In today's real estate market, financing can be an absolute nightmare. Just ask anyone looking for a home loan and shopping around for financing options!

To save yourself from headaches in your house-buying process, focus on what you can afford. You want to buy something that aligns with your financial goals and won't keep you up at night paying your mortgage.

There are various factors lenders will look at when deciding whether or not you get approved for a mortgage loan and the rate of interest offered.

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With thousands of homes sold on the MLS in Edmonton varying from detached single-family residences to downtown condos, a team of Edmonton realtors provides the information you need when seeking Edmonton houses for sale. Edmonton area real estate professionals who are members of the Edmonton real estate association CREA and identify real estate professionals who are members of CREA. Following the Edmonton real estate market is the job of your Realtor who is a member of the Real Estate Association of Edmonton,

When using an Edmonton realtor you will receive active listings, sale prices and days on the market along with other details to make an educated choice such as condo fee, tax amount, the condition of the Edmonton real estate market and many more important details! other websites such as honest door do provide data but the best action is a personal visit by an Edmonton realtor to visit your home for the best market evaluation. find the latest Edmonton, Alberta homes on the web here first!

PURCHASING A HOUSE, DUPLEX, OR CONDO OR A LOT?

Whether you're considering getting your very first residence, or your fifth, there is a whole lot to learn about every residence. we have actually aided our customers to purchase countless homes and also we've discovered more than a few points to help buyers make the transaction trouble-free! Search MLS listings and enjoy the full-service real estate office at Maxwell Polaris Edmonton's largest real estate brokerage located in south Edmonton. All the information on our website is deemed reliable. Your search criteria is set by you using our MLS filters to save you time and find the home of your dreams.

EDMONTON HOMES FOR SALE IN EDMONTON, AB.

Do you live in Edmonton and want to buy a house? You’ve got your eye on the perfect home in Edmonton, but where do you start? It’s no secret that our city has an inventory shortage and that many people are waiting to buy their dream home or investment property. Again, set your search criteria and save a search.

Find the value of your home on the Edmonton real estate market

However, if you’re not careful, the sheer volume of houses on the market can be overwhelming! This guide will help you cut through the clutter and find the home of your dreams—or turn your investment into an income-generating property if that’s what suits you best.

Edmonton Homes For Sale Find Your Dream Home! Edmonton is a great place for anyone who has recently started working there or moved back from somewhere else. It’s also a wonderful place to find affordable real estate options.

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Whether you’re looking for an investment property or your first home, it’s important that you do your research before making any commitments. There are several factors that should play into your decision, but if all else fails, consider purchasing an Edmonton condo instead of buying an expensive piece of land!

The Real Estate Market In Edmonton.

The first step when looking at Edmonton Real Estate is to know what your budget is. Homes are available in many different styles, sizes, types, price ranges, and locations. The next step would be to determine what kind of home you're looking for; houses, condos or duplexes?

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Choosing between these different housing options will depend on your lifestyle, how much maintenance you want to do yourself and what amenities are important to you. Why You Should Use An Agent To Buy A House Agents offer their expertise when it comes to buying property, but that’s not all. They also know where to look for properties, meaning they can save you time.

With an agent on your side, finding Edmonton homes for sale is going to be a breeze. Instead of trying to track down real estate listings yourself, simply work with an agent; they’ll let you know as soon as a new listing pops up—so you can plan a viewing before anyone else knows about it.

Are House Prices Dropping or Rising in Edmonton? House prices vary between cities, but are they going up or down right now?

In Edmonton, prices are on a steady incline—so if you’re planning on buying a home, it might be time to get serious about making an offer. If you’re thinking of selling, then maybe now is your chance! Let’s look at how Edmonton real estate has been performing over the past year and figure out what that means for you. in 2022 we have seen a rapid rise in houses prices.

Is it a Buyers or Sellers Market in Edmonton?

Is it a sellers market in Edmonton in 2022?

Edmonton has seen some of the highest sales numbers across Canada in recent years, which can make it tricky to know whether now is a good time to be selling or buying. While market fluctuations mean there’s no hard-and-fast rule about when it makes sense to be on either side of that equation, we are able to say with certainty that now is a great time for both!

HOW DO WE KNOW?

Because today’s rapidly changing market means we have more buyers and sellers available than ever before.

Is a Condo a good Investment in Edmonton, Alberta?

Yes, a condo is a good investment in Edmonton to buy as a first home. Here are some reasons why:
-The average price of a condo in Edmonton is $275,000, which is much cheaper than the average price of a house ($419,000).
-Condo fees are typically much lower than monthly mortgage payments, so they are a more affordable option for first-time home buyers.
-Condo buildings are often close to amenities like shopping, restaurants, and public transportation, which is convenient for busy urbanites.
If you're thinking about buying a condo in Edmonton as your first home, it's a good idea to consult with a real estate agent to learn more about the market and what to expect.

Types of Mortgages to Consider:

A variable rate mortgage is a mortgage that has an interest rate that can change over time. The interest rate on a variable rate mortgage can go up or down, and this can impact your monthly mortgage payment.

A fixed rate mortgage is a loan in which the interest rate on the note will remain the same throughout the entire term of the loan, as opposed to loans in which the interest rate may adjust or "float".

What is a good Return on Investment with Residential real estate?

A good return on investment (ROI) with a residential house can vary depending on a number of factors, including the location of the property, the condition of the property, the current market conditions, and the rental income potential. However, as a general rule of thumb, a good ROI on a residential property is typically considered to be anything above 10%.

Why is it important to do a home inspection?

A home inspection is important because it helps ensure that a home is safe and structurally sound. It can also identify potential problems that could lead to repairs or other expensive issues down the road.

What if we find problems after the Home inspection? 

If you find problems during your home inspection, you should contact your real estate agent and the seller to discuss your options. You may be able to negotiate with the seller to have the repairs made before you close on the home, or you may be able to get a credit from the seller to help offset the cost of the repairs.

If I buy a rental property is it a good idea to get a property manager? 
If you're thinking about hiring a property manager, there are a few things you should consider first. Here are a few pros and cons to help you decide if it's the right decision for you:
PROS:
-A property manager can save you time and energy by taking care of tasks like screening tenants, collecting rent, and dealing with maintenance issues.
-They can also help you maximize your profits by making sure your property is well-maintained and rented to qualified tenants.
CONS:
-Property managers typically charge a percentage of your monthly rent, so you'll need to factor that into your budget.
-You'll also need to give up some control over your property, and you may not always agree with the decisions your property manager makes.
Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to hire a property manager is up to you. If you have the time and energy to manage your property yourself, you may be able to save some money. However, if you're looking for a hassle-free way to rent out your property, a property manager may be the way to go.
What is Title Insurance?  
Title insurance is a type of insurance that protects against financial losses due to defects in a title to a property. The policy is issued by a title insurance company, which guarantees that the title is free of any encumbrances, such as liens or claims.
What is a real Property Report?  
A real property report is a document that provides information about a piece of real estate. This information can include the property's legal description, its location, the property's boundaries, and any improvements or structures on the land. A real property report can be used to help buyers and sellers make informed decisions about a piece of property, and can also be used in legal proceedings involving the property.
What is a completion Mortgage?
A completion mortgage is a type of mortgage that is typically used to finance the purchase of a newly built home. The loan is typically structured as a term loan, with the borrower making monthly payments over the life of the loan. The loan is typically secured by the home itself, and the borrower may be required to make a down payment of 10-20% of the purchase price.
What is a Draw Mortgage? 
A draw mortgage is a type of mortgage loan in which the borrower can choose to draw money against the loan's equity. The borrower can choose to draw a certain amount of money each month, or can choose to draw a lump sum at a certain point during the loan term. The money that is drawn can be used for any purpose, and the borrower is not required to make monthly payments on the money that is drawn.
What is a legal Basement suite? 
A legal basement suite is a secondary dwelling unit that meets the minimum requirements set out by the municipality in which it is located. These requirements can vary depending on the municipality, but typically include things such as having a separate entrance, adequate natural light and ventilation, and meeting fire and life safety standards.

ARE COMMISSIONS NEGOTIABLE IN EDMONTON?

Yes, commissions are negotiable. In fact, Alberta law requires that prospective purchasers be advised that they can shop around for an agent who will represent them at no cost. While most commission fees must be disclosed, they are not set in stone. Talk with your Realtor® about fees before signing anything, including a contract of purchase and sale. This way you know how much real estate commission is going to cost you!

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How To Find The Perfect Home In Edmonton?

Your first step is defining what type of home you want. Do you prefer condo living, or are single-family homes more your style? Are luxury properties your ideal choice, or are second-hand houses more up your alley?

It’s important to think about what’s important to you when it comes to buying property before browsing online listings. This will help narrow down your search right away so that you don’t end up wasting valuable time with listings that aren’t actually on your radar.

Things You Need To Know Before Buying A House Are you ready to move out of your rental unit but don’t have enough money saved up yet? While buying a house is always a pricey endeavor, it’s always better to plan ahead instead of rushing into it.

In fact, we’ve prepared some tips on how you can find your dream home without spending too much! Here are some things you need to know before buying your first home. Tips For First Time Home Buyers Buying your first home is exciting, but it can also be stressful. With any major purchase, there are a lot of factors to consider, such as location, price range, commute time and more.

It may seem like an impossible task to narrow down what’s best for you. But by keeping some key things in mind during your search process, buying your first home can be quite manageable. Here are five tips on how to find that perfect home on a budget that suits your needs.

How Much House Can I Afford?

Affordability is key when buying your first home, but how do you determine how much house you can afford? The rule of thumb is that your monthly mortgage payment should be no more than 25% of your gross (pre-tax) income. If that figure is too high, consider buying something smaller or consider a older homes for sale in Edmonton real estate listings.

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With lower interest rates these days, it might also make sense to opt for a slightly larger condo rather than a single-family home with a giant mortgage. Understanding Property Taxes And Utility Bills If you’re thinking about buying an Edmonton home, there are several factors involved. One of these is property taxes. While it’s not one of your biggest expenses as a homeowner, it does count and here’s why.

Property taxes are determined by many things, but most importantly, they depend on what type of home you have. Because real estate is such an investment, even seemingly small changes can result in hundreds of dollars saved or lost every year. So what are some examples? What is the First Time Home Buyers Program in Canada? The Government of Canada’s First-Time Home Buyers Program provides assistance for first-time home buyers by allowing them to withdraw up to $25,000 from their RRSP tax free. The funds must be used towards purchasing or building a new home.

ARE YOU SELLING A HOUSE?

If you're considering purchasing a home in Edmonton, you'll be happy to know that there is a wide variety of styles to choose from. Whether you're looking for a cozy bungalow or a luxurious estate, you're sure to find the perfect home for you and your family.
Here are just a few of the different styles of homes you'll find in Edmonton:
Bungalows: Bungalows are often single-story homes with a simple, cozy design. They're perfect for families who want a comfortable home without a lot of unnecessary space.
Condos: Condos are a great option for families who want to live in a smaller space and don't need a lot of extra room. They're also perfect for people who want to live in a more urban area.
Luxury Homes: If you're looking for a luxurious home, Edmonton has plenty to offer. You'll find beautiful estates with all the amenities you could ever want.
Whatever style of home you're looking for, you're sure to find it in Edmonton. 

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When it's time to make a change from your current home and relocate or find a larger home or downsize to a smaller home or a condo we are here for you to help you sell for top dollar! we understand that home sale are as distinct as the people who own them.

We offer the best selection of services for sellers in the Edmonton region and market through traditional methods such as open houses as well as the most modern such as social media go live virtual tours. social media marketing, open houses and negotiating a fair deal for you and your family!

WHERE DO YOU WANT TO LIVE IN EDMONTON?

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Discover southwest Edmonton houses supply for sale consisting of new residences in Allard, Desrochers for sale that consisted of separated residences as well as half duplex in south west Edmonton.

Popular northwest Edmonton houses readily available for sale consists of New Castle and also Albany bordering St. Albert. Living in a safe neighbourhood is unbelievably essential. You intend to be able to take your youngsters out for walks without stressing over what could happen. Security is one of the most crucial points when searching for a house, but where are the safest neighbourhoods in Edmonton?

Popular areas such as McConachie, Cy Becker in North East Edmonton. In South East Laurel, Maple Crest and a brand new area off of 17th street called Aster top the list of most popular in the Edmonton, ab real estate market and sought after by buyers and real estate agents with customers locally and from areas such as Toronto or Vancouver.  If you're looking to discover, you have actually pertained to the appropriate place! Today, we have actually compiled a list of some of the safest areas in Edmonton that you should take into consideration before you purchase or lease your next area. Including Glenora, Crestwood, Oliver, Old Strathcona and Bonnie Doon. Let one of our experienced real estate agents help you find the perfect home search criteria.

About Foreclosures:  Real Estate can be a tremendous value. Feel free to make an offer on the property on the website many properties you can include conditions such as finance and home inspection. Many of our customers have found single homes, half duplex, condos and acreages and even vacant land and lots. Recent Home properties in Sherwood Park and St. Albert offer fantastic values in these family communities. A bank owned property or Foreclosure is a single family, half duplex, condo or acreage or commercial property that has cleared the Home process and now is owned by the lender. A Home is in the process of being bank owned. A Judicial sale is court ordered and often less terms such as conditions will be permitted by the court. Some properties may show as civil enforcement sales and are court ordered and sometimes only partial interest in the property are for sale. Court ordered sales are court under the Court of Queens Bench : Often the Following terms is part of the sale:“ Property is sold on “As is” “Where is” condition. No warranties or representations whatsoever. Schedule “A” shall form part of this Purchase Contract. Offers must be left open for a minimum of ___ days. All offers are subject to the Court Approval. The completion day will be __ days after Court Approval and Acceptance of offer.” Often refundable certified funds must accompany the offer and usually are returnable if the offer is not accepted by the court. Visit our home page for the latest Edmonton listings. A pre-foreclosure is when the property is still under the title of the owner but property owner is behind on the mortgage or tax or condo fees. Usually the lender has sent notice that they are proceeding with the foreclosure process.

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Should I sell my home by myself or hire a real estate agent?

There are a few things to consider when trying to answer this question. The first is how much time and effort you are willing to put into the sale. If you are willing to put in the time to show the house, field calls and questions from potential buyers, and negotiate with buyers and their agents, then selling your home yourself may be a good option.

However, if you would prefer to have someone else handle those responsibilities, then working with a realtor may be a better option.  Another thing to consider is the market conditions in your area. If your area is a buyer’s market, meaning there are more houses for sale than there are buyers, then you may have a harder time selling your home without the help of a realtor. On the other hand, if your area is a seller’s market, with more buyers than there are houses for sale, then you may be able to sell your home without a realtor.

The last thing to think about is how much money you are willing to spend on the sale of your home. Selling your home without a realtor will likely save you money on commissions and other fees. However, you may end up spending more money on marketing and advertising your home.  Only you can decide whether selling your home yourself or working with a realtor is the best option for you. Consider your goals for the sale, the market conditions in your area, and your budget to help you make the best decision.