The Edmonton Real Estate Blog

Property Tax Adjustments

Property tax adjustments are one of the least understood aspects of the typical real estate closing. Clients ask questions such as: “What do you mean I have to pay property taxes? They are included as part of my mortgage payment.” or “How come I am paying any taxes as they are not due until June […]

Guest Posts

We probably get an average of 10 requests a week, from people wanting to write a guest post for our blog. We are interested in having “guest posts” on the blog, but only if the content will be interesting and relevant to our readers. So, if you’re a local blogger/writer who would like to post […]

REALTOR® vs. Stager, Round 1

Many of our clients have experienced first hand, the benefits of having their home professionally staged. You have to do everything you can to stand out from the crowd, and staging is a proven way to do that. Staging your home is the process of making your home appealing to the broadest spectrum of buyers […]

The Four P’s of Selling Your Home

Today we have an article written by Rhonda Wilson, of Revealing Assets Home Staging and Decluttering Services. We have partnered with Rhonda and she has helped many of our clients prepare their homes for sale with phenomenal results.  Clients always ask me if there is a “Magic Equation” that can be applied to ensure a […]

De-Personalization De-Mystified

Today we have the second of a series of articles written by Rhonda Wilson, of Revealing Assets Home Staging and Decluttering Services. We have partnered with Rhonda and she has helped many of our clients prepare their homes for sale with phenomenal results. De-Personalization De-Mystified We have all heard the experts say that we need […]

What to do when your appraisal is undervalue

Today’s post is written by David Luong who decided to join our team a few months ago. He has been an excellent addition to our brokerage and is licensed as both a real estate associate and an appraiser and has been working in the industry for about 4 years. What to do when your appraisal […]