Since the 1970’s the community of Belmont in the north east of Edmonton has been a favourite community with families. Homes in this community sell fairly quickly so an early viewing our latest listing is advised. To see the detail on this wonder value for money home, please Click This Link.
To see ALL single homes listed for sale in Belmont today please click on this link. All Belmont Homes for Sale.
If your home has been on the market for a while you maybe under some pressure to lower the asking price. Perhaps you have been resisting this measure and its completely normal to feel this way. No one likes giving away their money. Before you accept a lower asking price, make sure you fine tune these areas of your ‘value proposition’ first:
1. Adjust Your Possession Date
Can you move out quickly? If so, you must offer immediate possession. This is something that often attracts the best quality buyers who are in a hurry to move in. If you are currently offering a ‘traditional’ 30, 60 or even 90 days possession change it now.
Have you included your appliances and window coverings as part of the package? You should. Buyers covet
If you have been thinking about purchasing a condominium either as a home or investment, this could be the time to do so. Average selling prices are DOWN by 4% when compared to 2017. Let’s discuss why.
The Edmonton residential real estate market has been flooded this past 18 months with excess inventory and in particular condominiums. If you buy now you will enjoy a ton of choice and you will have exceptional leverage to negotiate a REALLY GOOD DISCOUNT.
What might happen if you wait?
We are already seeing many condos come off the market as owners realise that they are not going to get the price they hoped for. As the excess inventory dries up, you will have less choice and YOU WILL PAY MORE.
The journey to find a new home can be exciting. Its also time consuming and nerve racking. A lack of preparation on your part could also result in you either missing that dream home when it comes into the market, or your offer being rejected by the seller. Please review these tips and you will enjoy success.
1. Find a REALTOR® to help You
With so much information available on the internet it’s tempting to try and go it alone. After all you can scour the market for listings in seconds on the internet and surely, it’s as easy as just calling the listing agent and making an appointment isn’t it? We suggest you think again. There are many compelling reasons to consider getting your own representation. Please read this blog for more details: 6
In the market we serve ie metro Edmonton Alberta, many people just love Halloween. Perhaps it’s a family tradition? You put up those inflatable spiders, ghouls or Frankenstein like monsters on your front lawn. You festoon your windows with witch shaped stickers and some of your tricks make a loud noise.
It’s fun, isn’t it?
What if we told you that these most of these things could hurt your chances of selling your home?
1. Avoid obstructing the view of the home, making it scary or associating it with death, (picture those tombstones that some folks install). These things just give the wrong impression.
2. Avoid placing stickers on windows that block out light. We suggest you avoid these completely.
In our view Coloniale Estates in Beaumont is perhaps the best neighbourhood in town. Many homes back onto the golf course or green space and the community has a reputation for being quiet and safe. We are thrilled to be able to offer this wonderful and meticulously maintained home. Just click on this link to for the details: 65 Coloniale Way.
To view ALL homes for sale in Beaumont please click on the is link: All Beaumont Homes for Sale.
For those ready to downsize this could be the ideal moment. The current home selling market is essentially a story of 2 halves. Single family homes are selling for MORE than homes sold last year. Condominium values are down. What a great time to cash out and buy a discounted condo. Read below for the detail.
On average, home sellers in Edmonton received about 1% or $5460 MORE than did home sellers in 2017. This growth is almost exclusively coming from the single-family segment. Unfortunately for condo sellers, values are 4% down on this time last year. If you are thinking about buying a condo could this be the time to jump into the market?