There are 3 blog entries for April 2018.
Home buying in Edmonton has become a lot more challenging over the past 18 months or so. The combination of the change in our economy as well as rising interest rates and federal guideline changes to mortgages have caused many house hunters in Edmonton to reconsider the type of home they are purchasing. Whether it is a small apartment for revenue income, a first-time home purchase for a young couple or family, or a retirement property with low maintenance, home buyers are looking at their purchase differently today. However, there are some things that stay true in the home-buying process no matter what the market is or the situation of the buyer.
There are three timeless tips that will help you buy smarter today and in the future.
1. Make sure that
Prime Edmonton Real Estate - As Edmonton has seen developers build in the outskirts of the city, one of the complaints has been the lack of community space and space to enjoy the outdoors. In the past, communities were built with both larger lots for people to enjoy backyard space as well as the odd playground and community league for recreation and community based activities.
Through the late 1990's and into the 2000's, as developers stock more houses on smaller lots, the need for that communal recreation space has increased.
Summerside, in South Edmonton, responded by creating something special.
If you go through the community of Summerside today, you will see numerous lakes, walking paths, tons of small playground areas for small children and