3 Things We Like About Bedrock Homes

Bedrock Homes is part of the Carrington Group, one of the most respected real estate construction companies in the Edmonton area.

Established in 1999, buying your next home from Bedrock Homes would be a sensible and secure choice.

Today it’s possible to buy a Bedrock home in Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary and the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia.

According to information I found on their corporate website. Bedrock is committed to delivering a quality home and providing excellent service at a value driven price point. What’s not to like?

Bedrock creates quality homes based on thoughtful designs and specifications with a high level of personalization at an affordable price. Most custom home builders…

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What’s It Like to Live in the Edgemont Community?

Situated in the southwest corner of Edmonton & developed by Brookfield Residential, Edgemont is fast emerging as one of the most popular & perhaps more affordable communities in which to buy a new home in 2024.

Those families that live in Edgemont enjoy trails, parks & woodland throughout their neighborhood. There is also an active Community League & you can find their website here Edgemont Community League.

First established well over 10 years ago, newer segments of the community open up each year.

I interviewed some of the sale’s people that work for the new home builders in community. They suggested several benefits of living in Edgemont & here they are:

1. A Great Layout

A drive…

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What’s It Like to Live in the Kinglet Community?

Kinglet by Big Lake often referred to as ‘Kinglet’ is a new community developed by Anthem Properties Group and situated to the northwest of Edmonton and just southwest of St Albert. Kinglet Gardens is an adjacent community to the south of Kinglet itself and this community was developed by Rohit.

Kinglet residents will enjoy handy access to facilities such as the Edmonton Springs Golf Course and Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park. Highway 16 is just minutes away and I am told there will be some ‘informal’ access and boat launch points through the woodland preserve to Big Lake itself.

This is a great location for families that want to take advantage of all that Edmonton and St Albert offers.…

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May 2024 Single Family Market Report

Single family home sales volume stayed higher, and prices lifted again.

Sales Prices

Single family homes prices climbed to just under $525,000 in May 2024, compared to around $484,000 in 2023, an increase of 8% over the previous year. We have seen an 8% for the last two months.

I anticipate that prices will start to moderate and flatten as we enter the mature summer market.

Sales Volume


There was an even 1400 single family homes sold in May 2024, an increase of 15% over May last year. It should be noted that these sales volumes have moderated considerably since the start of the year when in February for example sales volume surpassed last year by 63%.

Days on Market


The average…

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2024 May Condo Market Report

The Edmonton condo market is alive and well. Sales volume is remains very strong. Prices continue to rise.

Sales Prices

In May 2024 condo sales prices ended 10% up when compared to the same month last year with an average price of around $236,300. The price growth pattern is clear. However, it’s likely that that values will moderate from this point, based on what happened from May onward the previous 2 years.

Sales Volume

In May there were 797 units posted sold on the MLS system compared to 585 last year. On average we have seen condo sales volume exceed sales volume over last year by over 40% for each and every month of 2024.

Days on Market


2024 is easily outperforming the previous 2 years in…

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What’s It Like to Live in the Blatchford Community?

Are you familiar with the Blatchford community?

Do you know anything about the history of the site?

On both counts its fascinating.

Back in 1927 the then Mayor of Edmonton Kenneth Blatchford convinced the managers of Edmonton development to build ‘an air harbour’. It wasn’t long before the facility literally put Edmonton on the map.

In 1931, Wiley Post was greeted by large crowds when he landed at the airfield as part of his successful attempt to become the first person to fly around the world. From 1940 to 1944 the airfield was known as RCAF Edmonton & functioned as part of the Northwest Staging Route whereby Russia’s defenses were reinforced. At one point it’s been claimed that the…

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