Elmwood which is now leafy mature community to the west was not originally part of Edmonton. In fact, it was originally part of Jasper Place an entirely separate community that became amalgamated with Edmonton in 1964. Today Elmwood is a popular place to live and our little home for sale is a star buy. Just minutes from West Edmonton Mall and the Misericordia Community Hospital.See this link for details: Our Exclusive Listing
This listing in the popular Webber Greens community is worth a look. Lots of room. Open plan and backing onto green space. It's currently priced at below cost. This is a really good deal. Come take a look by clicking on this link: 2104 96a Ave Edmonton
Kyle had purchased a new unit in another building and he wanted to sell his Oliver area condo in order to free up surplus cash. At first Kyle tried advertising on Kijji. This produced only weak enquiries and he was reluctant to seek out traditional REALTORS® due to their high commissions. Kyle immediately liked the Ambergate Realty Advisors flat fee program due to its cost effectiveness and transparency.
The downtown Edmonton condo market was awash with surplus inventory when we represented Kyle’s unit to the market. After a reasonable period of time we identified a buyer. We negotiated full market value and saved Kyle almost $3000 in commissions.
We are especially pleased to be able to offer this home constructed by Laredo Homes. Allen Tenhove the owner is a man of integrity. Allen prefers to focus on building quality infill homes in mature areas as a way to ‘re-cyle’ our urban landscape. See the website here Laredo Homes. This is the last unit in a 3 unit complex. Allen is moving onto his next project in Inglewood. See this link for all homes currently for sale there.
Prince Charles is one of our earliest and most mature communities. Most of the first construction occurred between 1905 and before the end of WW2. Today some of the older homes are giving way to new and exciting infill homes. This will continue to drive up demand and values. We believe that home ownership in Prince Charles is
Forest Heights continues to be one of the most sought after communities in Edmonton and looks across the North Saskatchewan River. A total of 4 nearby bridges make for easy access to all parts of the city. Most homes in the neighborhood were built between WW 2 and 1960. However, we are starting to a lot more infill and this is driving up demand and values in the community. To get more information about the home we have for sale please click here.
We don’t see adult condos like this one offered for sale, too often. Situated in the Elk Run community of Rutherford and available with immediate possession. This luxury level home is sure to please and can be found at #11 1251 Rutherford Road SW, Edmonton, AB, T6W 1T6. See this link for more details
Carol and Randy became interested in the Ambergate Realty Advisors flat fee home selling program after trying to sell with Comfree for a while. Randy explained to Stuart Neal, the broker owner at Ambergate Realty Advisors, that whilst they could generate showings when advertising with Comfree, most of the folks that came to look either had a house to sell, or were simply in the ‘just looking’ mode. Carol and Randy found this frustrating and decided to try out the ‘Superior Saver’ home selling program offered by Ambergate Realty Advisors.
Within a reasonable time period, we negotiated a transaction based on full market value and with a nice short possession date to minimize any risk for Carol and Randy. And the best part? We
In July, the Edmonton homes sales market continued to perform strongly. Values are holding. Days on market is down. However, inventory levels continue to climb. There is now a 6-month supply of homes for sale, based on current demand.
Days on Market
Homes for sale in Edmonton continued to sell quickly this past July. The average seller was putting their home under contract in only 51 days, down one day compared to 2016. This suggests ongoing and underlying confidence on the part of home buyers.
July prices remained stable. Edmonton home sellers in July received just $291 less than did those in 2017. The average sales price for July was $387,535 compared to $387,826. We would consider this to be a balanced