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Found 17 blog entries for February 2019.

Edmonton Real Estate Agents Are Not All Alike:

 Not all Real Estate Agents in Edmonton are EXPERIENCED Full-Time Professional aGENTS. Wally Fakhreddine is 110% dedicated to his clients. Offering you the best of the best when it comes to your Real Estate needs is Wally's garuantee: * Do not hesitate to call Wally after hours and weekends * Free Real Estate Consultations offering years of local Real Estate Exprience * No appiontment necessary.......just pick up the phone * Immediate results upon starting to work on whatever your Real Estate needs are * Home ownwersip is just a call away * Access to the best Real Estate Services in Canada * For premium Experience. * Experience truly does make a huge difference.

Whether you are buying or selling a home…

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Depending on the kind of guy he is, sometimes it isn't easy to express how much we love Dad. Father's Day is a chance to bypass the awkward hugs, cheesy cards and token pair of socks and do something awesome together. This year, Father's Day is Sunday, June 21, 2015, so you have one week to make your final plans. Need help? Here's 7 great ideas to celebrate Father's Day in Edmonton.

1. Porkapalooza (June 19-21 at Borden Park). Nothing says I love you quite like bacon. The 2nd annual Porkapalooza BBQ Festival is sure to "meat" all of Dad's expectations. The event is free to the public and features entertainment, food demonstrations, beer gardens, a kids' zone, marketplace, as well as local food vendors offering up all sorts of BBQ'd delights. There…

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Edmonton Real Estate Market:


When buying a home, there are plenty of different things to consider. Not least of which is choosing the best neighbourhood. Below are 6 key things to consider when you're selecting your dream neighbourhood. 

1. Age Appropriate? Certain neighbourhoods make sense for different stages in life. Also, it's reasonable to assume that you generally want to be around people in similar life stages, with similar goals and interests. It doesn't make sense for a retired couple, looking for a quiet sanctuary, to move to a brand new community with mainly starter homes and lots of young families and kids. While some neighbourhoods will certainly have a mixed demographic of people living in them, many will tend to appeal to…

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Home Selling Advise:

Here a the biggest mistakes Home Sellers Make When Listing Their Home For Sale:

  1. Not hiring a professional Real Estate Agent to sell your home
  2. Not completing repairs prior to listing your home for sale
  3. Not removing clutter & junk prior to your home hitting the market
  4. Selling a empty home that is not staged properly.
  6. Letting your emotions get in the way when negotiating an offer
  7. Not knowing your target Market

Selling your home is a complex and serious task, do not take it lightly.

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The last few days and hours leading up to your departure on holidays are often hectic: packing, gathering important travel documents, weighing suitcases, repacking…  While you’ve probably never arrived at the airport without one of your offspring à la Home Alone, there are usually a few things that don’t quite make the to-do list before you walk out the door. Instead of wondering if you closed the bedroom window or worrying that a power surge will short the archaic freezer full of Aunt Patty’s chilli in the basement, add these helpful tips to your pre-vacation checklist and breathe a little easier on your hard-earned vacation.

  1. Get with the program. While it is nice to capitalize on some energy savings, don’t completely shut off the furnace or…
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September is just around the corner and with that comes an influx of post-secondary students looking for rental properties. While renting to students is not without its challenges, owning a rental property close to a university or college, or close to public transit means you will always have a steady demand for your space that makes for a profitable investment. The following are a few tips to help make the process of finding the ideal student renter as painless as possible.

  • Nerds Only. Looking for a studious, academically focused tenant? Explicitly state this in your rental ad. While this shouldn’t be your only tactic to try and protect your property from boisterous partiers, it does set the tone for your expectations right from the start.…
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Edmonton Real Estate Update:

Moving Into A New Home Checklist

When you’re moving into a new home, always remember that you’re facing a myriad of tasks that you can’t possibly keep track of mentally. That’s why you must always have a checklist drawn up before you move into a new home so you won’t forget anything. A checklist can help you plan everything from expected costs to finding a reputable moving company.

What should your moving into a new home checklist contain?

The names of potential moving companies

You don’t just hire movers right off the bat. Always do some research so you can put at least three moving companies on your list. You can then vet these companies further until you come up with one that gives you the best value for…

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Doesn’t it feel like just yesterday you were stowing away the lunch boxes for the summer, relieved of the pressure to come up with exciting lunch ideas that are healthy AND kid-approved? Well, it’s time once again to whip out the sandwich bags and stock up on juice boxes. Here are a few suggestions for great lunchtime ideas and recipes that will get kids (and parents) excited for lunches once again.

Two-Toned Sandwiches.  Using cookie cutters and two slices of different bread (ideally brown whole wheat and white whole wheat), cut out the centre of each slice and swap out the cutouts. Assemble your sandwich as normal.  Talk about taking PB&J to the next level!

School of Fish. If your kids love Goldfish crackers, give this cute, healthy snack…

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Edmonton Real Estate Market Update:

The Real Estate Market is constantly changing, making it difficult to always assess the current market value of your home. As a trained Real Estate Professional, I have the right knowledge and tools to determine your homes current value on the Edmonton Real Estate Market. What is your Home really worth in your neighborhood? Let me help you!

By utilizing the " Right Price Analysis ", I can assess what your property is valued at today. During the FREE HOME EVALUATION, I can advise you on: - Tax issues - How bank home appraisals work - Current Financing Options - About How to get your Home professionally inspected - How to sell your home for Maximum Dollar in the Least Amount of Time on The Market - Financing…

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Edmonton Real Estate Market Update:

If you have ever thought of selling your home "For Sale By Owner", have you thought about what type of home buyer is would show interest in  your home. A Serious home buyer would not purchase for sale by owner when they can get the services of a Realtor and his or her Brokerage to help in the purchase process at no costs to the buyer at all, and all the benefits of being legally covered in case there is an issue with the property ( where as if the home owner is not under contract with a Brokerage they do not have to disclose any hidden defects ). There are professional home buyers that do prey on For Sale By Owners for one of many reasons - to try to low ball the home owner and to save commissions!

The home buyer…

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