Good day everyone… Hi it is Serge here from FindMyHouse.ca and eXp Realty and this is your Edmonton Single Family Home real estate update for the week beginning Aug 19, 2019
Well as most people can feel out there we still have a weak local economy. The unemployment numbers are still very soft with really nothing to indicate that they are going to change anytime soon.
Now currently there are 4,237 active single-family homes for sale in Edmonton proper. That number has remained fairly stable ranging from 4,200 – 4,400 for the past 90 days.
In the previous 30 days 741 single-family homes sold in Edmonton. That number of sales has been on the decline since our recent peak of 906 sales in the month of June. This is a pretty normal seasonal slow
Looking for a home can be a pretty fun experience most times. You are looking at homes, deciding where you would like to like and the features of the home that you would like to live in. This tends to be people's favorite part of the home buying experience. Where a REALTOR and other professional help comes in is for the parts that are not as easy, are more stressful, or simply where guidance is needed. This is where having an expert on your side can save you time, money and stress. Big time. Obtaining a mortgage is typically less fun at best and is often a stressful part of the real estate purchase process. While there are a lot of things that go into making the loan process smooth and as stress free as possible, here are 5 things provided by a
An open house is a regular event where people who are looking for an Edmonton home or simply just curious individuals who want to know what the gathering is all about. For the more experience, Edmonton homebuyers open houses is a religious experience where the opportunity shouldn’t be missed.
Read on to know what the proper courtesy to do and other information, which can help you when you stop at the next Edmonton open house.
Every Edmonton real estate agent has his or her own approach with open houses. They may greet you with open arms at the doorway, they may be in the next room entertaining other visitors, either way you are welcomed.
It is customary to be asked to sign the guest registry when you arrive. Typically