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If you are looking to sell your home, you are going to find an amazing collection of blog posts here to help you get ready! From home repair tips to understanding the closing costs involved. It's all here for you to help you make your entrance to the Edmonton Real Estate Market

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  Spring has sprung, and so have the 'for sale' signs in many Edmonton neighbourhoods. The following are tips for differentiating your listing to sell your home quickly, so you can move out and move on with plenty of time to enjoy the best of summer.   
  1. Price it right. Typically your listing's first 30 days on the market will see the greatest level of activity. Pricing too high with a view to reducing it later is a waste of time for yourself and potential buyers. You run the risk of seeming unreasonable, inflexible, and potentially insulting to some buyers. A Realtor will research comparables in the neighbourhood and will have expert advice in terms of what's reasonable in the current market. A good Realtor is someone you can trust to…
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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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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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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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Edmonton Real Estate Market Update:

Getting your house in good condition before you sell can demonstrate pride in ownership and quite possibly get you a higher sale price for your home. A home that is visually appealing and in good condition will attract more potential buyers, particularly those driving down the street.

A good rule of thumb - try to view your home through a prospective buyers eyes. - Are the lawn and shrubs well maintained? - Are there cracks in the foundation or walkways? - Are the gutters, chimney and walls in good condition? - Are garbage and debris sorted out of sight? Strong curb appeal will lure potential buyers inside....then you have to live up to their expectations. there are lots of easy improvements you can make to your…

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Edmonton Home Sellers:

Walker Lake Estates Acreage Sold For 101% of Asking Price!


 Selling your Edmonton home is not an easy task and it is imperative that you seek the best Realtor for the job. There are many factors that go into selling a home, the property must be positioned properly on the Edmonton Real Estate Market and must be fit to sell in order to get the most amount of money possible in the least amount of time with little hassle to you the home seller and an Experienced, Qualified Realtor knows exactly what needs to be done to get the job done right the first time.

I listed an acreage for sale a short time ago in the community of Walker Lakes, just a few minutes outside of Edmonton. This home had been for sale with other…

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If your garden gnomes could speak, what would they say about you?

When you give guests directions to your place, do you describe your home as "the one with the half-dead elm tree and a canoe on the lawn?"

Or do you count down the days until it is warm enough to unveil your springtime spectacle that puts the Griswold's Christmas display to shame—complete with three-tiered waterfall and working windmill?

There's a reason why experts stress the importance of a home's curb appeal when an owner is preparing to sell. It really is about creating a good first impression. Even if you're not selling your home, when was the last time you evaluated your yard worthiness? 

Read on to determine whether or not your yard is a jewel in the community crown…

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Edmonton Home Seller Advise:

It is extremely important to price your home according to current market conditions. Because the Real Estate Market is continually changing, and market fluctuations have an effect on property values, it's imperative to select your price based on the most recent comparable sales in your neighbourhood. A so-called comparative market analysis provides the background data upon which to base your list-price decision.

When you prepare to sell and are interviewing Real Estate Agents, study each agents comparable sales report (the data should be no more than 12 months old). If all agents agree on a price range for your home, go with the consensus. Watch out for an agent whose opinion of value is considerably higher than others.

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Edmonton Real Estate Market Advise:

The appraised value of a home is a certified appraisers opinion of the worth of a home at a given point in time. Lenders require appraisals as part of the loan application process, appraisers fees range from $200-$300. Market value is what price the home will bring at a given point in time. A comparative market analysis is an informal estimate of market value, based on sales of comparable properties, preformed by a Real Estate Agent. Either an appraisal or comparative market analysis is the most accurate way to determine value.

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