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In addition to less maintenance, lower utility bills and affordable mortgage payments, those considering downsizing also have a wealth of unique Edmonton home styles to choose from. In this article, we’ll cover the top-recommended property types for downsizers, their benefits and why they might be the right choice for you.

From little trick or treaters to adult-sized thrill-seekers, Edmonton hosts a wide range of Halloween-related events for boys and ghouls of all ages.

While it’s hard to assess the true condition of a home without the help of a licensed REALTOR® and professional inspection, there are a few tell-tale problems to watch out for.

Confused about closing costs? We’ve got you covered. From insurance costs to legal fees, here’s what you need to know.

If you’ve been dreaming about buying your first home but can’t seem to come up with enough cash, these first-time buyer programs may be the answer.

Of course, buying a home in Edmonton during the spring (or early summer) certainly has its perks. After all, it’s the most popular time of year for real estate. BUT, did you know for every good reason to buy in the spring, there’s an equally GREAT incentive to buy in the fall? Here are a […]

As a home buyer, you’ll inevitably have to decide between committing to a fixed rate or variable mortgage loan. While both have their benefits as well as their drawbacks, one will likely be better than the other depending on your unique situation (i.e. lifestyle, finances, risk and reward tolerance etc.). Here’s what you need to […]

It’s that time again! As parents ourselves, we know how stressful starting a new school year can be – for both you and the kids. For this reason, we’ve scoured the internet for the best ideas and advice on how to make getting ready for the upcoming year as easy as possible. Here are our […]

Are you thinking about buying your first home? Here are 8 common first-time buyer mistakes to avoid.

When it comes to renovations or upgrades, bigger isn’t always better – especially if you’re thinking about selling. Not only are major changes expensive, but they can also turn buyers off. Instead, we recommend concentrating only on areas that will deliver the biggest bang for your buck (and won’t cost an arm and a leg). […]