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Manjinder Singh Punia - MaxWell Polaris 

Tracey Fenn - MaxWell Progressive

  Glemer Sucro - MaxWell Progressive

Coby Dumond - MaxWell Devonshire

 Lixing Wu - MaxWell Polaris 

Kevin Hatch - MaxWell Central

Shelley Confurius - MaxWell Devonshire

Harjeet Jermana - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

Lana Wright - MaxWell Capital Realty

Lynn Wolf - MaxWell Capital Realty

Allen Elgie - MaxWell Devonshire 

Cameron White - MaxWell Devonshire 

Ally D'Elia - MaxWell Polaris 

Darien Hundal - MaxWell Progressive 

 Shannon Gamache -  MaxWell Devonshire Realty

Ryan Debler - MaxWell Progressive 

Ranjit Ghotra - MaxWell Polaris 

Prabhjeet Kainth - MaxWell Central

Vickramjit Deol - MaxWell Central 

 

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12 Secret Ways to Save Money On Your Next Edmonton Mortgage

Are you buying a home this year? Well we have gathered together the top 11 ways for you to save money on your next mortgage! Buying a home & Getting a mortgage is an extremely important step in your life. Why not take some extra steps to ensure you are saving the most money! 

 

1. Use a mortgage broker.                                                                                                                                                                                    It’s very easy to get information from the internet, friends and family but not all mortgage rules and rates can apply to you-every mortgage is unique. By using a mortgage broker, you can utilize their

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There can always be a negative side to purchasing a short-sale as an investment.

It’s possible to pay more than what the property is actually worth.  Most of the time a short-sale happens because the home owner is upside down on the loan.  However, just because the property is listed at what you think is a low price doesn't mean you're getting a great deal.

Normally these homes are sold 'as-is, where is', In this case, if there are hidden defects within the property (ie: unstable roof, termite damage, or appliances are worn out) that start showing after the deal goes through, you as the new owner, are the one who will be picking up the tab of repairing and replacing.

It could also take months for the lender to actually accept your offer, then

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You've probably heard the expression, "The early-bird gets the worm." It refers, of course, to those who get in early and reap the rewards. For example, if you arrive early to a retail store for a big blowout sale, you're likely to get the deals before the inventory runs out. The stragglers who come later miss out.  

Well, this same wisdom can be applied to selling your home. Starting the process early — even if that means simply doing some initial planning — gives you the edge in several ways.  

First of all, you get extra time for preparation. That means you can get your home cleaned, uncluttered and staged without feeling rushed. You also get more time to find out how much your property will likely sell for on today's market. That's important

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An attractive landscape will increase your own personal enjoyment of your home. It will boost curb appeal, create a functional and enjoyable outdoor living space and add resale value to your home. If you are planning on selling your property, an attractive front and back yard will help set your home apart from others on the market and make for a quicker sale. Here are some landscape projects that have a good return on investment:

Plant a few trees.

Believe it or not, but having a mature tree in your yard can actually increase your property value from $1,100 to $10,000 according to the Council of Tree and Landscape Appraisers. You can’t exactly plant a mature tree, but if the idea of selling your home in the future has crossed your mind,

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Open house Sunday April 14, 2-4pm at 132 Pinto Lane SE, Airdrie
For Full Listing, Click Here: http://tinyurl.com/132pinto
For Video of Home, Click Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnECHS1-Y58&feature=youtu.be
Call/text Yasin @ 403-681-0319 for more info or to book your showing

Gorgeous updated & upgraded bungalow w/heated 48X25, 4 car garage in Yankee Valley Estates, Airdrie; a few short mins to amenities! 2 acres w/hundreds of trees & shrubs added in recent years. Beautiful mountain views! Grand foyer w/double closets, site finished hardwood, grand rock fireplace, maple cabinets incl large wall pantry, SS appliances, new granite counters, back splash, hood fan, carpets & paint. Main floor den, laundry rm w/sink, speaker system throughout

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Open House Sunday April 14, 11:30-1:30- 1252 Kings Heights Rd SE, Airdrie
For Full Listing, Visit Link Here: http://tinyurl.com/1252kingsheights
For Video of Home, Visit Link Here: https://youtu.be/Tc2AKEUj4dE Call/text Yasin @ 403-681-0319 for more info or to book your showing

Fully developed home w/5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, huge heated 26x20 garage w/tall ceiling in Kings Heights, Airdrie! Front entry leads to flex room w/French doors, lots of natural light & lends itself well for a home office. Down the hall opens up to the kitchen, dining area & family room w/gas fireplace. Back door leads to the deck & garage in the fenced backyard. Kitchen includes SS appliances, pantry, garburator & good sized island overlooking spacious dining area. 1/2 bath is

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9 Tips For First Time Home Buyers In Edmonton-Warnings

 

Buying your first home in Edmonton can be a scary experience, what if you do the wrong thing and lose money on your investment?

 

I put together this quick sheet for all of the new home buyers in Edmonton and area so that you do not make the mistakes others have made when buying your first home.

 

Please feel free to call our team to check the current real estate market in Edmonton before you make the decision to enter the market.

 

In recent years real estate in Edmonton has been a declining market and it is now the perfect time to buy a new home because of the low prices, right now it would be hard to lose.

9 Tips For First Time Home Buyers In Edmonton

 

 

9 Tips for first time Home Buyers in Edmonton

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