Edmonton Community Spotlight: Bonnie Doon in Southeast Central Edmonton Featured Image

Welcome to beautiful Bonnie Doon, an established community located in central Southeast Edmonton, next to the Mill Creek Ravine and North Saskatchewan River Valley. First annexed by the City of Strathcona in 1907, Bonnie Doon didn’t become a part of Edmonton until 1912, when the two cities amalgamated.

While several homes were constructed along the ravine and river valley before the Second World War, most of Bonnie Doon’s residential development occurred in the 1950s. With the discovery of oil in the neighbouring county of Leduc, Edmonton’s population exploded, leading to the rapid expansion of many popular communities, including Bonnie Doon.

Did you know? Bonnie Doon was named in honour of Alberta’s first Premier Alexander Rutherford (also a…

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Luxury Living in Edmonton: Brookside Featured ImageBrookside’s mature trees and scenic location alongside the Whitemud Creek Ravine and North Saskatchewan River Valley make it one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Edmonton. Peaceful and semi-secluded, Brookside is known for its luxury homes, ultra-large lots and laid-back atmosphere. Residents of this high-end community also enjoy having many of Southwest Edmonton’s best amenities within arm’s reach, including popular shops and services, schools and major arterial roads.

The name “Brookside” refers to its location along Whitemud Creek. (Source: City of Edmonton)

 Brookside Community Profile, Price Range and Housing Stock 

Brookside consists predominantly single-family homes, making up more than 80% of the available real estate…

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Edmonton Community Spotlight: Bulyea Heights in Southwest Edmonton Featured Image

Welcome to beautiful Bulyea Heights. Located along the scenic Whitemud Creek Ravine in Southwest Edmonton, Bulyea Heights was first established in 1979, along with the creation of the Riverbend Area Structure Plan. The neighbourhood’s design concept is focused on low-density housing characterized by quiet streets and cul-de-sacs. A perfect all-in-one community to call home, Bulyea Heights features a school, parks, commercial amenities, and a fantastic selection of high-end single-family homes.

Did you know? Bulyea Heights was named after Alberta’s first Lieutenant-Governor, George Hedley Bulyea, who served from 1905 to 1915.

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Bulyea Heights

Single-family homes account for almost 90% of home styles in…

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How to Avoid Paying Too Much for a Home: Our Top Tips for Home Buyers Featured Image

Buying a home is one of the most significant investments most of us will ever make. The good news is there are several useful tips and strategies buyers can use to help stretch their budget and avoid overspending. From establishing your wants and needs to choosing the right REALTOR® and negotiating with sellers, here are our top 10 tips for avoiding paying too much when buying a home.

Tip 1: Establish Your Wants and Needs

If you’re trying to save money, it’s important to determine your wants and needs before buying a home. If you don't know what you’re looking for, you’re more likely to make impulsive decisions and spend unnecessary money on your purchase.

Another reason to establish your wants and needs is to avoid expensive renovations and…

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