Real Estate Blog / Data - Blog Archive: March, 2019

March 2019

Found 15 blog entries for March 2019.

Open House Saturday March 30, 2-4 at 230 Kingsbridge Rd S.E, Airdrie. Come and check out this affordable half duplex in showhome condition with oversized garage in Kings Heights Airdrie.
MLS #C4229381, $338,500
Visit www.tinyurl.com/230kingsbridgerd for full listing 

 

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Double acreage open house Sunday March 31, 2-4pm. 
263219 Butte Hills Way, Rocky View County - MLS # C4195655 - Visit www.tinyurl.com/buttehillsway for full listing
263252 RR293, Rocky View County - MLS #C4219633 - Visit www.tinyurl.com/yaqwl9fg for full listing 

 

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Check out this listing at 38 Cooperstown Court SW, Airdrie!
✅Elevator
✅Oversized 4 car heated garage
✅Massive yard-one of the largest in Airdrie
✅Stunning exterior architecture
✅Bedrooms-all luxurious
✅4 full baths (3 ensuites) & 2 1/2 baths 
✅Park space in front
✅Close commute to Calgary Airport

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➡️Click here for full listing: www.tinyurl.com/38coopers
➡️Call/text Yasin Peshke for more info 403-681-0319
➡️MLS #C4218272, $1,349,000

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9 ways the CMHC Home Buyers Incentive benefits Edmonton Buyers 

 

Again we have done the research for you and picked holes in the new CMHC Homebuyer program for Edmonton Residents. Read on to learn more about this awesome program and contact us with any questions you might have.

The Bank of Canada has announced in their 2019 Federal Budget! They have proposed that they will be giving First Time Home Buyers an Incentive of up to 10% of their Purchase Price. Below i have outlined some of the most popular FAQ’s in regards to this drastic improvement to the Mortgage Rules and Guidelines. 

9 Ways the CMHC Home Buyers Incentive Benefits Edmonton Buyers

 

1. Can i afford to buy my first home in Edmonton? 

The Federal Government of

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Jayne Bawden - MaxWell Challenge Realty

Karim Bhaloo - MaxWell Canyon Creek

Tomasz Samborski - MaxWell Capital Realty

Clint Mezzarobba - MaxWell Canyon Creek

Paul Grewal - MaxWell Progressive

Robert (Bob) McDonald - MaxWell South Star Realty

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21 Realtor Secrets for Selling you North Edmonton Home For More Money


 

I specialize in selling homes in Edmonton and have identified some specific trends happening in north Edmonton real estate that can tremendously benefit homeowners.

 

There are some tactics you can use to ensure you are getting the most money out of your home when you are selling. Some of these tactics are dependant on the property type you have and I will outline those in another article.

 

I have been involved in real estate for over 20 years in the Edmonton market and have been tracking what work and what doesn’t on spreadsheets in order to maximize and identify the tactics I can use to get my clients more money in their pockets.

 

Here are some of

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Spring is in the air, the birds are chirping and the white is slowly turning to green. It’s exciting giving your home a fresh new look when winter is over. Here are some tips for your spring cleaning.

Organize Closets and Dressers: Get rid of clothes that don’t fit, or attire you no longer use. The best way to clean out a closet is to donate unused items. Organize accessories into baskets or cubby holes separated by the type of accessory (pants, shirt or belts).

Clean Walls and Baseboards: Scrub a little dish washing soap and water on a sponge or cloth over your baseboards, casings and walls to clean them up. Make sure to rinse the wall with warm water afterward.

Clean Carpets: In order to give your carpets a long life and brighten them up,

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 According to Forbes Magazine, only 8% of New Year’s resolutions last. If you want to be part of those who succeed, we have a few tips to help you do just that, and it is surprisingly simpler than you think. In fact, we’re giving you five simple steps to take to make your resolutions a reality this year.

Writing your goals down is the first step in achieving goals. Consider the difference grocery shopping with or without a list makes. Shopping with a list can allow you to plan and prepare, such as searching circulars for in-store deals, clipping coupons, and meal planning without having to run to the store again. Shopping without a list means relying on your memory – both what you want to get and what you already have. The list simplifies things

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Imagine going to a restaurant with your family for dinner. You're

planning on ordering a nice pasta and salad. Your heart is set on it.

But, after you go to the trouble of driving there and getting a table,

you discover that pasta is not on the menu.

That’s disappointing!

Of course, it’s only a meal. You can go somewhere else next time.

But, what if the same scenario played out once you had moved into a

new neighbourhood? Imagine you were counting on public transit

being in easy walking distance, but discovered the nearest stop is

four blocks away. Argh!

That's why it's important to ensure a neighbourhood has the

characteristics you want — before you make an offer on a home you like.

Think about what you want most in a

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