Thank you Eric for helping to view homes here in Edmonton. And thanks to Ms. Anh Lang for the mortgage. We searched homes in Secord, Rosenthal, Suder Greens and Lewis Estates as well as in the Hamptons and Edgemont. We loved the variety of homes we viewed. We originally started in older areas near West Edmonton mall and before where considering a condo near Terra Losa. We finally found one close to the Misercordia Hospital and West Edmonton mall so our family will have a short commute in the mornings. Eric helped us find the renovated ones that we never saw before. He had a list and knew that we liked newer homes or renovated homes. He also knew which ones had the lowest condo fees which saved us a lot of time and money. Thank you. - Alden and Mabel A.
Eric was very helpful in finding us a home a few years back now. When we contacted Eric we were a bit nervous but he explained what we need to start. He explained that the mortgage agent would need a few things including a letter from our employer, pay stub and bank statements so when she called we were all ready and it went very smoothly. We used his website and picked out a few homes but when we met him he even had more homes that fit our needs really well. We looked at a lot of homes but found the first few he showed us were the nicest. He helped by showing us the sales in the area so we knew what to expect when we did make an offer. We are glad we bought the house and stopped renting for all those years. He made us feel better because he told us that it was good we rented and knew we loved St Albert area before we bought and that was common for families to rent for a few years. We didn't feel bad after that we has spent a lot of money on rent. Now we are settled and love our new neigbourhood. - Alvin and Larissa P
Hi Eric thanks for your website and the updates! I used a lot of websites to look for foreclosures but yours is the easiest to use that I found. Eric has beedn sending me foreclosure and all the listings that fit my criteria in bother Sherwood Park and Fort Saskatchewan and set me up with a mortgage person that has been great to work with! All the best! - Josh and Amanda A.
Hi Eric. I love my new home here in Secord. I am working on completing the basement now. I am glad you found a home in my price range with a separate entrance and a single home. I plan to have friends live in basement and having their own door is much better than the home I was looking at before I met with you. You found me a great deal and thank you. I will recommend you to my friends in the future (for a referral) ha ha just joking. God Bless - Edgar M.
Hi Eric just a quick message to you to say I appreciate all the listings updated listings that you have sent me. The list is really helping with our home search and we appreciate all the updates. A lot of websites do offer lists but we find you are very easy to call and ask questions about buying a home and your patient. it is out first home in Canada and we want to buy hr right home that suits our families need. Keep up the good work and I make sure I share your page to people on my facebook for they can keep track of the real estate market. I check back all the time and helps me know the market trend. - Dave D.
Thanks Eric for finding a home for us! It was our dream to own a home and stop renting in West Edmonton - Joel L.
Eric was great at finding us a lake property that we love. It's at a lake we love and our family will love it for years to come. Thanks, Eric for being so patient over the past few months and best of luck in the future. We are very happy! - Dale and Samantha S
Edmonton real estate market overview: National home deals fell by 2.9% on a month-over-month (m-o-m) premise in January.
Real (not regularly balanced)
action was up 11.5% year-over-year (y-o-y). The quantity of recently recorded properties was minimal changed (+0.2%) m-o-m.
The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) progressed by 0.8% m-o-m and 4.7% y-o-y. Real (not regularly balanced) deals action was
still up 11.5% contrasted with January 2019, denoting the best marketing projections for the month in 12 years. Exchanges
outperformed year-back levels in around 66% of every single nearby market, including the majority of the biggest urban
markets. As referenced, a portion of the bigger markets where deals were down, for example, Ottawa and Windsor-Essex,
are as of now among the absolute most impenetrable provided showcases in Canada. The quantity of recently recorded
homes was minimal changed in January, edging up a slight 0.2% closely following a progression of decays which have
left new postings at a close to decade low. January's little m-o-m change came as the consequence of decreases in
various bigger markets, including Calgary, Edmonton and Montreal, which were balanced by gains in the York and
Durham Regions of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) where new stock skiped back toward the beginning of 2020
after a sharp stoppage towards the finish of a year ago. With deals down and new postings up marginally in January, t
he national deals to-new postings proportion fell back to 65.1% contrasted with 67.2% posted in December 2019.
All things considered, the long haul normal for this proportion of lodging market balance is 53.8%. It has been
altogether over that long haul normal throughout the previous four months. Notwithstanding an unexpected
change in ongoing patterns between the equalization of market interest for homes, value gains seem ready to
quicken in 2020. Considering the degree and span to which market balance readings are above or
underneath their long haul midpoints is the most ideal method for checking whether nearby lodging
economic situations favor purchasers or merchants. Market balance quantifies that are inside one
standard deviation of their long haul normal are commonly predictable with adjusted economic
situations. In view of a correlation of the deals to-new postings proportion with the long haul normal,
of every single neighborhood advertise were in adjusted market an area in January 2020. Aside from a
couple of territories of Alberta and Saskatchewan, the rest of all preferring merchants. The quantity of long
periods of stock is another significant proportion of the harmony among deals and the stockpile of postings.
It speaks to what extent it would take to exchange current inventories at the present pace of deals action.
There were 4.2 long stretches of stock on a national premise toward the finish of January 2020 –
equivalent to in November
and December and the most minimal level since the late spring of 2007.
This proportion of market balance is currently an entire month beneath its long haul normal of 5.2 months.
While still just inside adjusted market an area, its present perusing recommends that business exchanges are
getting progressively tilted for venders. National proportions of market balance keep on concealing critical
and expanding local varieties. The quantity of long stretches of stock has swollen a long ways past long
haul midpoints in the Prairie territories furthermore, Newfoundland and Labrador, giving homebuyers plentiful
decision in these locales. On the other hand, the measure is running great beneath long haul midpoints in Ontario,
Quebec and the Maritime territories, bringing about expanded challenge among purchasers for postings and giving
prolific ground to value gains. The measure is still in adjusted market an area in British Columbia. The Aggregate
Composite MLS® Home Price Index (MLS® HPI) rose 0.8% in January 2020 contrasted with December, denoting
its eighth continuous month to month gain. It is currently up 5.5% from a year ago's absolute bottom in May and has
established new precedents in every one of the previous a half year. ( - 2019 Real Estate Market Overview
Hi Eric thanks for all the great properties! I have found your website the best to find lake properties in the Lac St Anne area and we are close to finding the right property. Keep up the great work and I know it's tough to make all the miles seeing rural properties! Susan & Mark - Susan and Mark
Thank you Eric Beaverford for helping me finding my first home in Canada. It is so nice that you help even on my busy schedule. Eric even picked me up from work and worked around my schedule. My dream was to find an affordable home for my family with a finished basement so when my family comes it will be easy for all of us. I found Eric on Facebook and used his website to view homes a year before I called him. He was never pushy at all. He helped me and covered the cost of my lawyer fee too. Thanks so much again. - Maureen A.
Thanks everyone for using my website www.houseinaminute.com we have worked hard to buy and sell real estate in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St Albert, Leduc, Fort Saskatchewan, Stony Plain, Beaumont and rural properties in the past year. Our goal is to provide excellent and friendly service no matter your situation. It can be you're first home or fifth home we know attention to details is so important. Thanks for visiting our site and feel free to call Eric Beaverford at 780288-1293 anytime. - Eric Beaverford