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Buyers Guide

  • Choosing the Mortgage That's Right For You

    This article explains the different mortgage options available, including closed, variable, assumable and vendor-buy back.
  • Closing: Spruce Grove Home Buyers Guide

    Buying a home is a complicated process involving buyer, seller, and lawyers for each. Learn about how a home inspection, title transfer, appraisal and surveyor will ensure you are legally protected.
  • Pre-Shopping: Spruce Grove Home Buyers Guide

    Before shopping for your home in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Parkland County or the Edmonton area, think about your lifestyle, features you need and want, affordability, neighborhoods you prefer.
  • First Time Spruce Grove Home Buyers & RRSPs

    Under the federal Home Buyer's Plan, first time home buyers can withdraw up to $20,000 in RRSP savings to finance a down payment on their first home in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Parkland County, etc.
  • Reasons to Invest in Spruce Grove Real Estate

    Compared to other investments, real estate tends to offer steady returns with low-risk. Other benefits include building equity, having a place to call your own and ensuring your financial future.
  • The Move: Spruce Grove Home Buyers Guide

    Are you looking for tips and tricks on how to make your move more manageable? This section offers insights on how to make the most of your move.
  • The Offer: Spruce Grove Home Buyers Guide

    Are you ready to put an offer on a home in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain or Parkland County? This section explains the components of an offer and how it forms an essential part of your purchase.
  • Viewing Homes: Spruce Grove Home Buyers Guide

    Choosing a home is both an emotional and a financial decision for your future. Make the most of your home viewing experience and avoid costly errors that could lead to future problems.
  • Your Spruce Grove Home Buying Team

    When you purchase a home, a team of professionals is standing by to assist you: your REALTOR®, contractor, appraiser, lender, mortgage broker, lawyer, home inspector, insurance broker and more.
  • Avoiding Top Relocation Mistakes

    Moving to a new city can be an exciting adventure, but it can also be incredibly stressful, especially if something goes wrong. Make sure you understand the most often made mistakes before you start.
  • Arranging a Mortgage

    Almost everybody requires a mortgage to purchase a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, but if this is your first mortgage you probably have a lot of questions. Learn more about mortgages here.
  • Behind the Scenes of Closing Day

    The day has finally arrived, and it's time to close the deal and take possession of your new Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home. Learn what to expect and who gets involved in closing day so you're prepared.
  • The Canada Mortgage and Housing Coorporation

    The CMHC plays a major role in Canada's housing industry, and offers many services to buyers and sellers including research services, market evaluations, and access to affordable financing options.
  • Consider Your Present and Future Lifestyle

    Before you start searching for a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home for sale, you should first consider your present and future lifestyle to ensure you are looking for the home that will best match your needs.
  • Additional Costs of Buying a Home

    There are several costs associated with buying property that you should be prepared for, including inspection fees, appraisals, legal fees and insurance.
  • Buying a Home: Needs vs Wants

    It's important to sit down before you start your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par house hunt and make a list of the things you need in a new home and the
  • Home Buyers House Hunting Tips

    When it's time to begin searching for a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, there are some tips that will help you keep focused and make the best decision for you and your family.
  • How to Avoid Common Home Buying Errors

    Shopping for a new Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par can be an emotional experience, and is always a time consuming process. It's important not to get too caught up in the excitement and forget the details.
  • How to Make the Most of Your Move Up

    When you're moving to your second or third home, the process can be more complicated since you have to both buy and sell a home. Timing is an important factor to consider.
  • How to Save Money When You Move

    Moving to a new home isn't anyone's favourite thing to do, but it's a necessary part of life. There are ways you can reduce stress and make the moving process more enjoyable for everyone involved.
  • How to Make the Most of Your Mortgage

    In the excitement of searching for your first Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, it's important not to forget to spend the same time searching for a mortgage.
  • How to Make Moving Manageable

    Moving to a new home or new city takes a lot of time, effort and energy, but in the end it's almost always worth it. Here are some ways to keep your move as stress free as possible.
  • An Overview of Home Mortgages

    If you've never had a mortgage before, this article will help you understand what it is and provide easy to understand definitions of many of the legal terms associated with getting a mortgage.
  • How to Qualify for a Mortgage

    Applying for a mortgage is a straightforward process, and when you are properly prepared and know what to expect, it's unlikely there will be any surprises during the process.
  • Plan Before You Start Your House Hunt

    Sometimes a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home buyer will get excited and fall in love with a home for the wrong reasons. It's important to go into the home shopping experience carefully and thoughtfully.
  • Understanding the Offer

    When you have found the home you want, the next step is to make a formal offer, a legally binding document that must be completed with due diligence and care, usually with the help of a professional.
  • What Can You Reasonably Afford to Buy?

    When preparing your home buying budget, you want to carefully consider what resource you have and what can be reasonably allocated to pay a mortgage, condo fees, utilities, etc.
  • What is Fair Market Value?

    When you're buying a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, you want to know you're getting the best possible price. How do you know what the best price is for a particular home in today's market?

Sellers Guide

  • Five Common Reasons Your Home Isn't Selling

    Location, price, marketing plan, REALTOR® and condition play a role and are the key factors in selling or not selling your home, whether in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Parkland County or Edmonton.
  • How to Determine Your Home's Worth

    While many factors determine the value of your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain or Parkland County home, "worth" is really what a buyer will pay. Here is how REALTORS® determine the value of your home.
  • How to Sell Your Spruce Grove Home For Top Dollar

    Selling your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain or Parkland County home or acreage affects your financial future. Read valuable information to help you efficiently sell your home & maximize your investment.
  • Marketing Your Spruce Grove Home

    Valuable information on getting your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain or Parkland County home ready for showing, making repairs before you sell, and ensuring the “showing” of your home goes smoothly.
  • Engage All Five Senses When Showing a Home

    Impressions, feelings and comfort level are important factors when selling a home. Here are some simple ideas for improving each of these areas when selling your Spruce Grove or Stony Plain home.
  • Sell Your Home for the Right Price

    Pricing your home too high or too low means you lose! Learn how to set the right price by considering local activity and market trends, condition of your home, time on the market.
  • Understanding Spruce Grove Market Conditions

    Buyer's market? Seller's market? Balanced market? This report identifies the impact of these market conditions on the sale of your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Parkland County or Edmonton area home.
  • 26 Questions to Ask Your Agent Before You Sell

    Choosing to buy or sell a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home is probably one of the biggest financial decisions you will make and it's important to make sure you've chosen the correct agent.
  • Common Relocation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    Moving to a new city or community can be an exciting adventure, but it can also be stressful, especially if something goes wrong. Know the common mistakes people make when relocating.
  • Your Most Valuable Resource: A Real Estate Professional

    A qualified Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate professional will be your most valuable resource throughout the process of selling your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, and can advise you on the best price.
  • Protect Your Home Equity

    When it comes to the sale of your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, a professional Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate agent on your side will help protect your long term investment.
  • Real Estate Professionals Save You Money

    Selling your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home yourself may seem like a simple matter, but the truth is selling a home is a much more complicated process than most people think.
  • Closing The Sale

    When your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home has finally sold, it's time to go through the checklist of closing tasks, including adjustments, net proceeds, closing costs and possession dates.
  • Hidden Costs of Selling Your Home

    Before you put your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home on the market, you should make sure you understand all of the costs involved in selling a home, including closing costs, legal fees and assessments.
  • The Importance of Curb Appeal

    It's always a good idea to improve the exterior appearance of your house when you put your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home on the real estate market.
  • Easing Home Seller Stress

    When you are selling your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home and planning a move, things can get stressful quickly. Take the time to do things right and respect that moving can be an emotional process.
  • Prepare Your Documents

    Before you put your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home on the market, it's a good idea to make sure you have all your paperwork and documents in place to ensure the selling process goes as smoothly as possible.
  • Getting Ready to Sell Your Home

    From choosing the right Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate professional to understanding the current market conditions and having all your paperwork ready, get ready to sell your home.
  • Selling a Home During a Divorce

    One of the most emotional and stressful times to sell a home is during a divorce proceeding, and before you rush in it's important to consider all of your options.
  • How to Make the Most of Your Move Up

    When you are moving to your second or third home, the real estate process can be more complicated because you may be both buying and selling a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home at the same time.
  • How to Pass Your Home Inspection

    Almost every single Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home buyer will want to have your home for sale inspected before finalizing their offer to purchase.
  • How to Show Your Home for Sale

    Once your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home for sale is listed, prospective buyers will likely start popping up and want to view your home. Here are some tips for keep your home in showing form.
  • After You Sell Your Home

    Once the offer from your buyer is accepted and finalized, there are still some loose ends to tie up, including any adjustments, the net proceeds, and negotiating a possession date.
  • Low Cost Ways to Improve Your Home's Interior

    When selling a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home the little things can go a long way to increasing the price you will receive and how quickly your home will sell. Here are some low cost tips.
  • Repairs to Make Before You Sell Your Home

    Before you put that for sale sign up in your yard, it's a good idea to take a close look at your home to see if any repairs or improvements should be made before you sell.
  • Screening Offers

    This section walks you through the offer process, understanding the specific items on an offer to purchase, along with knowing what to look for when you hire a lawyer.
  • Legal Representation & Real Estate Lawyers

    A qualified and professional Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate lawyer is an essential part of any home seller's strategy. The sale of your home is a precise legal procedure that requires expert attention.
  • For Sale By Owner Home Selling Tips

    You've decided you want to sell your home yourself rather than hire a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate agent. We've provided a list of things that will need to be completed for a successful sale.
  • Thinking of Selling Your Home?

    This section of our Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home sellers guide provides you with information about the factors that will affect your decision to sell your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home.
  • Understanding the Offer

    When an offer to buy is presented by a prospective Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home buyer, the next step is to sit down with your Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate professional and evaluate this offer carefully.
  • How to Determine Fair Market Value for Your Home

    When you are buying or selling a Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par home, your most important concern will be getting the best price, but how do you know what fair market value for your home.
  • When is the Best Time to Sell Your Home?

    Whether you're downsizing, upgrading, relocating or buying a home for the first time, before you decide to jump into the Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Par real estate market it's a good idea to consider timing.

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