5 Things a Edmonton Listing Agent isn’t Going to Tell You

If you’ve decided to sell your Edmonton home, stop looking for a listing agent and consider your options before making a costly mistake. Not all properties and not all sellers fit perfectly into the standard MLS listing model. Some home sellers are under pressure to carry the expenses of relocating before selling their first home. … Continued

3 Things You Should Know About Selling Your House With Tenants in Edmonton

Passive income earned through building a diversified real estate portfolio allows investors to live out their retirement on their terms, in the lifestyle to which they’ve become accustomed. In addition, diversity creates a safety net against inflation because while one section of the market may falter during periods of downturn, sound investments in other market … Continued

The Best Way to Sell an Abandoned Property in Edmonton

Suppose you have an abandoned property in Edmonton and are ready to sell it. In that case, we understand the stress and financial issues you may be facing, and we’ve gathered the following information to help make the process as easy as possible. Read on as we explore the best way to sell an abandoned … Continued

What Homeowners Can Do About a Run-Down Property in Edmonton

It is stressful when you are trying to sell a property when you know there are problems with the property that need to be corrected, especially with the inevitable inspection hanging over your head. In addition, selling a run-down property can be costly as days on the market increase the final sales price is typically … Continued

How to Sell Your House in Edmonton When You Are on a Budget

The more attractive your home is, the higher the final sales price is, so many homeowners spend thousands getting ready. Preparing for your listing photos and showings when your home is on the market can be costly. However, there are ways to work around spending a great deal with some creativity. Read on as we … Continued

5 Benefits of Downsizing Your House in Edmonton

In real estate today, less is more! There is a trend towards smaller homes for many reasons; families have fewer children on one end of the spectrum, the well-known 2.5 children under the age of 18 per household have dropped, now coming in at an average of 1.93. Often, homeowners find rooms that once were … Continued

How to Sell a House With Liens in Edmonton

Should the process of a title search reveal existing liens, it can certainly clog up the gears on the sale of your home. A lien is a legal notice of an unpaid debt. For example, suppose you feel the claim details are incorrect or that the creditor filed the lien on your property in error. … Continued

How to Sell a House in Edmonton That is Worth Less Than You Owe

When you’re upside down on your mortgage or owe more than the current market value, it can feel like your back is against the wall. Typically fluctuations in the economy cause downward trends in real estate pricing, which can have an ill effect on those with little to no equity, for whatever reason. Often, homeowners … Continued

5 Things You Should Know About Inheriting a Property in Edmonton

How exciting! You’ve inherited a house! But wait, not so fast.  Without giving it much thought, many consider inheriting a house a windfall. However, the reality is that you may be inheriting a sinking ship that you’ll be responsible for, whether you can afford it or not. So while the best intentions may have motivated … Continued

4 Reasons Why You Should Work With a Property Wholesaler to Buy a House in Edmonton

So how does wholesaling work? Wholesalers offer investors the opportunity to realize significant returns on properties without doing all of the leg work for themselves to locate the property. Instead, wholesalers find these properties through marketing efforts that bring in potential investments. Then, they inspect the property and negotiate with the owner. Typically never buying … Continued

5 Ways to Handle Bad Tenants in Edmonton

It can be emotionally wearing when you have a tenant that has become far less stellar than the referrals you reviewed and the information provided on their application that led you to accept them in your property.  When facing such a difficult situation, it’s constructive to have a guide providing you with options and steps … Continued