Real Estate Blog / Data - Blog Archive: November, 2014

November 2014

Found 5 blog entries for November 2014.

I just listed 2 new bungalows in north edmonton. They will both be on the mls by tomorrow. They both have 3 bed up and one of them has a fully finished basement with 2 bedrooms. Right now there is less inventory in north west edmonton and it is an amazing time to sell your home as prices are on the rise!

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This evening I visited several showhomes in the Erin ridge north neighborhood of St Albert. There were showhomes by daytona homes, sarasota homes, veneto homes and several smaller custom builders. The finishing in these units were top notch withh all of them including granite, islands and bonus rooms. There are also lake/pond lots available for sale in this area right behind the costco.

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I just sold a lovely bungalow in Erin ridge neighborhood. I have had a lot of inquiries about bungalows in this neighborhood, if anyone is looking to sell their home in Erin ridge please let us know as I have buyers for this right now. One of the families is a retired couple looking for a property that will be easy on the knees as the wife had knee replacement surgery 2 mths ago and is still recovering.

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I just spoke to the city of St Albert in regards to new schools being built in St Albert. There is one new school being built in Erin ridge, It will be k-9 and there will also be a new school being built in the newly approved Jensen lake community. Lots are not yet for sale but this will be an amazing new area similar to Edmontons summerside. There will be a beach at Jensen lakes, non motorized swimming, it will be stocked with fish and more. I have more information about this area please contact our team with questions. Jensen lakes in St albert will be the most sought after neighborhood and I have heard lot values will be fair!

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Imagine you're viewing a potential new home. You walk in the front door and are instantly impressed. You explore the property room by room and like what you see.

Then there's something you notice that's not quite right. What’s that!? An odour. You realize that it's likely cat dander and, now that you've identified it, you smell it everywhere. Suddenly the home doesn't seem as attractive as it did just moments earlier.

The owner of the property is probably so used to the smell that he doesn't even notice it. Neither does anyone else in the household.

So, when marketing your home for sale, be scent sensitive. Think about the odours that you may have become used to but others are likely to notice. Even odours you think are pleasant, like the strong

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