From comprehensive community spotlights to in-depth information on Edmonton’s most affordable neighbourhoods, we’re counting down our top 21 blogs of 2021 – as voted by you, Edmonton!

21. 14 Tips For Keeping Your Home Clean Every Day of the Week

Like most homeowners, you may spend hours cleaning your home with the best of intentions – only to have it revert to a disaster zone by week’s end. These top 14 tips will help you enjoy a clean home every day of the week.

20. Community Spotlight: Gold Bar in Southeast Edmonton

A nature lover’s delight, the Southeast Edmonton community of Gold Bar is a mature neighbourhood defined by tree-lined streets and plenty of outdoor green space. Bounded by popular Gold Bar Park AND the North Saskatchewan…

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Are you in search of homes for sale or other real estate opportunities in Fort Saskatchewan? Here’s what you need to know.

About Fort Saskatchewan

Fort Saskatchewan is a historical city located 25 km (15 minutes) northeast of Edmonton. A small yet rapidly growing metropolis of 27,000 people, Fort Saskatchewan’s roots date back to 1875 when the North-West Mounted Police established a post along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. Soon after, the fort was declared an essential northern police garrison, at which time it was renamed Fort Saskatchewan.

Fort Saskatchewan was first incorporated as a town in 1904, which it remained until after the Second World War. Residential development began to take shape in the 1950s, with the arrival of a…

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Lauderdale is an established Northwest Edmonton neighbourhood known for its recreational amenities and diverse range of affordable home styles. Home to the Grand Trunk Fitness and Leisure Centre and vast amounts of open green space, Lauderdale is the ideal community for active families. But that’s not all. In addition to schools, restaurants and recreation venues, residents of this highly accessible area enjoy convenient access to major Edmonton shopping districts as well as vibrant downtown Edmonton.

Are you on the hunt for a new home in an affordable, all-in-one community? Read on to discover why Lauderdale is the perfect neighbourhood for you!

Did you know? Lauderdale was named after Scottish farmer James Lauder. In addition to owning land in…

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On the surface, selling your own home may seem like a great way to save time, money and stress. After all, For Sale By Owner Homes (FSBO) allow you to cut the commission and list your home on your terms, right?

The truth is, opting to sell your home on your own can and will cost you more than you bargained for. If you’ve been thinking about flying solo when it comes time to put your home on the Edmonton market, here are 11 reasons to reconsider:

1. Some REALTORS® May Not Show a FSBO Home 

Some real estate agents actually go out of their way to avoid FSBO homes – unless specifically requested by the buyer. This is because REALTORS® are more inclined to shy away from transactions without another trained and licensed agent on the other end.…

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Montrose is an established all-in-one community offering a near-perfect blend of home styles, desirable commercial amenities and open green space. Home to Edmonton’s famed Northlands Coliseum, this highly accessible Northeast Edmonton neighbourhood is known for its affordable residential real estate and proximity to celebrated Edmonton amenities – including the North Saskatchewan River Valley, Edmonton Northlands and the many shops and services of the vibrant downtown core.

Did you know? Formerly known as the Edmonton Exhibition Association, Edmonton Northlands was formed in 1879. Operating as both an agricultural society and commissioner of local events, Northlands opened the Northlands Coliseum (Rexall Place) in 1974. Unfortunately, the iconic…

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Welcome to The Best Places to Live in Edmonton, a multi-part series in which we take a deep dive into some of the best communities our diverse and vibrant city has to offer. If you’ve been thinking of purchasing a new home in the capital region, we hope this information will help you zero-in on the right neighbourhood for your unique needs.

Central Edmonton 

1. Downtown 

Always an exciting place to be, Edmonton’s downtown core represents a healthy mix of retail, office, warehouse and residential space. Residential development, in particular, has taken centre stage in downtown Edmonton over the last several years, leading to an increase in grocery stores, retailers, services and other essential amenities.

Bisected by Jasper Avenue,…

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Located side by side in established Southeast Edmonton, Hazeldean, Argyll, and Avonmore encompass all real estate east of 99th Street, south of 76th Ave, west of 75th Street and north of 63rd Ave/ Argyll Road. Characterized by mature trees, vast open green spaces, and proximity to popular amenities, these three notable neighbourhoods make the ideal setting for growing families in search of the perfect all-in-one community.

Did you know? Though all mature in status, Hazeldean is the oldest of the three neighbourhoods, with roots dating back to early 1907, when the area was first annexed by the former City of Strathcona (only to join Edmonton in 1912). 

Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Hazeldean, Argyll and Avonmore

Real estate…

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