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I have listed a new property at 7119 19A AVE in Edmonton.
Lovely home with LAKE ACCESS located in the family favorite community of Lake Summerside! This immaculate, fully finished 2 storey home features an open concept main floorplan which is great for young families & entertaining. Pretty kitchen includes stainless steel appliances + center island & eating bar. The back entrance leads you to your large deck, adorable yard + drywalled & insulated double garage. Upstairs features bright master & 4 piece ensuite. There are 2 additional bedrooms + a 4 piece family bath here. Downstairs you will enjoy an additional living space, 3 piece bathroom + 4th bedroom. Laundry & storage too. Well maintained home with all permits pulled. Located on a quiet street walking distance to the schools, parks, lake, and all amenities. Shows 10/10! Check it out!
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Please visit our Open House at 102 10625 83 AVE in Edmonton.
Open House on Saturday, August 21, 2021 1:00PM - 3:00PM
1,706 walking STEPS to UofA! Adorable 2 bedroom condo located on one of the most adorable Avenues in Edmonton. This 2 bedroom unit has been FULLY renovated featuring a brand new white kitchen, quartz countertops, new paint, new appliances, new flooring, new lighting, new doors, new trim, new baseboards, and a new 4 piece bathroom! $475 condo fees make it easy to budget including heat, water, electricity, as well as exterior maintenance and professional management. Suite is equip for euro washer & dryer (not included) and located next to the no-cost common laundry room. (In-suite laundry room is large enough to store bikes). In-suite storage and out door parking stall (#2) included. Great property for students to live the Uni lifestyle within walking distance to study and all of the amenities of vibrant Whyte Ave. Available for quick possession.
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Please visit our Open House at 102 10625 83 AVE in Edmonton.
Open House on Sunday, August 22, 2021 1:00PM - 3:00PM
1,706 walking STEPS to UofA! Adorable 2 bedroom condo located on one of the most adorable Avenues in Edmonton. This 2 bedroom unit has been FULLY renovated featuring a brand new white kitchen, quartz countertops, new paint, new appliances, new flooring, new lighting, new doors, new trim, new baseboards, and a new 4 piece bathroom! $475 condo fees make it easy to budget including heat, water, electricity, as well as exterior maintenance and professional management. Suite is equip for euro washer & dryer (not included) and located next to the no-cost common laundry room. (In-suite laundry room is large enough to store bikes). In-suite storage and out door parking stall (#2) included. Great property for students to live the Uni lifestyle within walking distance to study and all of the amenities of vibrant Whyte Ave. Available for quick possession.
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I have listed a new property at 102 10625 83 AVE in Edmonton.
1,706 walking STEPS to UofA! Adorable 2 bedroom condo located on one of the most adorable Avenues in Edmonton. This 2 bedroom unit has been FULLY renovated featuring a brand new white kitchen, granite countertops, new paint, new appliances, new flooring, new lighting, new doors, new trim, new baseboards, and a new 4 piece bathroom! $475 condo fees make it easy to budget including heat, water, electricity, as well as exterior maintenance and professional management. Suite is equip for euro washer & dryer (not included) and located next to the no-cost common laundry room. (Laundry room is large enough to store bikes). In-suite storage and out door parking stall included. Great property for students to live the Uni lifestyle within walking distance to study and all of the amenities of vibrant Whyte Ave. Available for quick possession.
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I have listed a new property at 10713 57 AVE in Edmonton.
Pleasantview! Beautiful vaulted bungalow located in one of Edmonton’s most sought after locations. This 2+1 bed 3 bath home has been lovingly maintained & updated. The main floor features an open concept floor plan with large foyer, cozy living room, center dining room, beautiful kitchen with large island & built-in desk. Large master with 3 piece ensuite. 2nd bedroom & additional bathroom on main floor. Downstairs you will enjoy a second living room, 3rd bedroom, den/fitness area, 4 piece bath, laundry & storage. Oversized, insulated double attached garage (20’x31). Outside you will enjoy the most lovely backyard with lots of places to relax, entertain & enjoy. Recent renos include: 2011 - New Water Service Line (no lead here). 2013 - New high-end central A/C & HE Furnace. 2016 - low maintenance deck & cedar pergola. 2018 - New Fence & sod. 2019 - Irrigation System. Conveniently located close to LRT, Southgate, Lendrum Center, top rated schools, community park & center with easy access to downtown.
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I have listed a new property at 231 2305 35A AVE in Edmonton.
WAY cheaper than rent! This adorable one bedroom, one bathroom bright home features an east facing balcony and open concept floor plan. In-suite laundry, in-suite storage and one covered, energized parking stall. Quiet, low traffic location. Low condo fees $310/month includes heat, water/sewer, garbage collection, landscaping/snow removal, professional management and reserve fund contribution. Pets welcome! Why pay rent when you can start paying off your own mortgage!
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I have listed a new property at 10713 57 AVE in Edmonton.
Pleasantview! Beautiful vaulted bungalow located in one of Edmonton’s most sought after locations. This 2+1 bed 3 bath home has been lovingly maintained & updated. The main floor features an open concept floor plan with large foyer, cozy living room, center dining room, beautiful kitchen with large island & built-in desk. Large master with 3 piece ensuite. 2nd bedroom & additional bathroom on main floor. Downstairs you will enjoy a second living room, 3rd bedroom, den/fitness area, 4 piece bath, laundry & storage. Oversized, insulated double attached garage (20’x31). Outside you will enjoy the most lovely backyard with lots of places to relax, entertain & enjoy. Recent renos include: 2011 - New Water Service Line (no lead here). 2013 - New high-end central A/C & HE Furnace. 2016 - low maintenance deck & cedar pergola. 2018 - New Fence & sod. 2019 - Irrigation System. Conveniently located close to LRT, Southgate, Lendrum Center, top rated schools, community park & center with easy access to downtown.
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I have listed a new property at 11704 86 ST in Edmonton.
Attention Savvy Investors! Sweet home with GARAGE SUITE! Adorable 1.5 storey featuring 1645 sq.ft. of updated living space. Beautiful 4 bed, 2 bath home is full of quality upgrades! Cool floorplan, an abundance of natural light and loads of character here. Updates include: furnace (2006) main bathroom (2008); kitchen (2010); sunroof & second floor balcony (2015); metal roof & HWT (2015); all new flooring (2019); full basement development & 2nd bathroom (2020). Totally cool garage suite built in 2015. Top level: 518 sq.ft 1 bed, 1 bath fully equipped suite with in-suite laundry. Main Level: double garage. Lower Level: 385 sq.ft heated studio space with utility sink. Live our best urban life in this centrally located, up and coming hip areas. Close to schools and shopping. Don't miss out on this income generating property.
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I have listed a new property at 9123 74 AVE in Edmonton.
Not your average in-fill 4 homes from Mill Creek Ravine on one of the best Ave's in Ritchie. This well crafted 2 storey home has been thoughtfully designed for today's hip Edmontonian. Wonderfully open concept living, chiefs kitchen & eating areas. Smart main floor office & convenient back mudroom & adorable main floor powder room. 5 star master suite with walk in closet, spa bath, separate shower & double vanity. 2 more secondary bedrooms featuring custom closets. 2nd floor laundry & 4 piece family main. Lower level is a fully finished in-law suite with separate side entrance, 9’ ceiling, gas fireplace, in-suite laundry, great kitchen with large island & eating bar, 4 piece bath, large bedroom and storage. Extra Roxul soundproofing insulation. Large rear deck and double detached garage (insulated & drywalled & painted). Upgrades include: high end cabinetry, hardwood on all 3 floors, white quartz tops, built-in appliances, a/c, built-in vacuum, water softener, tankless HWT, extra storage & so much more!
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I have listed a new property at 104 9503 101 AVE in Edmonton.
Pets allowed here! Welcome to The View Riverdale! Do you like river valley trails right outside your door, being close to LRT, walking to restaurants/cafes down beautifully tree lined streets? Live your best urban life in this adorable and updated air conditioned 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo featuring an open concept floorplan, 9 ft ceilings, in-suite laundry, newer flooring, new appliances, new lighting and fresh paint. This ground floor unit boasts the best floor plan in the building and is available for quick possession. 1 titled underground parking and storage locker included. Got a pooch? 5 minute walk to the Dawson off leash dog park. Live on the cusp of downtown proper while in the vibrant community of Riverdale. Check it out!
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I have listed a new property at 9906 96 AVE in Fort Saskatchewan.
Adorable 3+2 bed 2 bath bungalow located directly across Jubilee Park/Community Center & Harbour Pool. Walking distance to schools, golf course, curling, restaurants, shopping & more! This second owner home has been lovingly maintained and updated throughout and move-in ready. Lovely 13’x10’ screened-in sunroom at front to enjoy the park. Pretty main floor features a super bright living room open to the great U-shaped kitchen & nook area. 3 great sized bedrooms & 4 piece family bath complete this level. Newly developed basement features full height ceilings, new 3 piece bathroom, 2 more good sized bedrooms & cozy family room complete with a new wood burning fireplace . Lots of storage & separate laundry room. Big & beautiful west facing backyard features a new deck, oversized 20’x24’ detached garage & RV parking. Upgrades include: paint, light fixtures, all appliances, flooring, shingles on house, most windows, HWT, & Furnace. The home/yard is a gardeners dream with the abundance of sunshine. Come see it!
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I have listed a new property at 9448 76 ST in Edmonton.
Opportunity is knocking with this spacious home on a full-side 758 m2 lot in desirable Holyrood! Are you a handy person? Buy and hold, extensively renovate or build your dream! Do you value location? This 2 storey beauty boasts 6 bedrooms & 4 full baths! The welcoming main floor features large formal dining area, lovely living room, built-in study space, large kitchen, main floor bedroom & full bathroom. Upstairs features an awesome bonus room complete with a lovely balcony, 3 bedrooms including a second laundry, full family bath AND large master with 3 piece ensuite. The fully finished basement features 2 more generous bedrooms, huge family room, full bathroom, large utility room with 2nd laundry & lots of storage. This huge yard has mature trees & shrubs, double detached, oversized garage & RV parking. Walking distance to some of the greatest schools in the City. Easy access to shopping, buses & downtown. Perfect opportunity to get into this desirable community on an oversized lot!
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Is the Real Estate Market Going to Crash?



While many areas of the economy have contracted, the housing market has stayed remarkably strong. But can the good news last?


When COVID-related shutdowns began in March, real estate brokers and clients scrambled to respond to the shift. Record-low interest rates caused some lenders to call a halt to new underwriting, and homeowners debated whether or not to put their houses on the market. However, those first days of uncertainty ushered in a period of unprecedented growth in the Canadian residential real estate market, which currently accounts for a record-setting 9% of the country’s overall economic output.1


Now, as the spring market approaches, you may be wondering whether the good times can continue to roll on. If you’re a homeowner, should you take advantage of this opportunity by putting your home on the market? If you’re a buyer, should you jump in and risk paying too much? Below we answer some of your most pressing questions.



Why are home prices rising during an economic downturn?


At the beginning of the pandemic, fears of an economic recession were top of mind for homeowners all across the country. Overall, credit product origination declined across a variety of sectors, including car loans and credit cards, and government forbearance programs were put into place to cushion the blow of anticipated economic hardships. However, strong demand —coupled with ultra-low inventory and interest rates—caused real estate prices to continue to rise. The national average resale price soared 17% during 2020, and mortgage originations showed year-over-year growth of almost 30% on the strength of renewals and refinancing in response to record-low interest rates.1,2


According to the Bloomberg-Nanos Consumer Confidence Index, confidence in Canada’s real estate industry reached its highest level on record during the thick of the pandemic.3  Montreal Chief Economist Douglas Porter attributes much of the ongoing strength of Canada’s real estate market to a simple matter of consumer choice and priorities while noting that the downside of the resulting rise in home values is increasing consumer debt.1



Are we facing a real estate bubble?


A real estate bubble can occur when there is a rapid and unjustified increase in housing prices, often triggered by speculation from investors. Because the bubble is (in a sense) filled with “hot air,” it pops—and a swift drop in value occurs. This leads to reduced equity or, in some cases, negative equity conditions.


By contrast, the current rise in home prices is based on the predictable results of historically low interest rates and widespread low inventory. Basically, the principle of supply and demand is working just as it’s supposed to do.

Effects of low interest rates

The Bank of Canada projects continuing low interest rates until sometime in 2023, aiding in economic recovery and increasing affordability.4 This helps offset the effects of high home costs even in markets where real estate might otherwise be considered overpriced. These low interest rates should keep the market lively and moving forward for the foreseeable future.

Effects of low inventory

Continuing low inventory is the primary reason for higher-than-average home prices in many markets.5 This should gradually ease as an aggressive vaccination rollout and continuing buyer demand drive more homeowners to move forward with long-delayed sales plans and as new home construction ramps up to meet demand.6



Aren’t some markets and sectors looking particularly weak?


One of the big stories of 2020 was a mass exodus from attached home communities and high-priced urban markets as both young professionals and families fled to the larger square footage and wide-open spaces of suburban and rural markets. This trend was reinforced by work from home policies that became permanent at some of the country’s biggest companies.


Not surprisingly then, one of the hardest-hit sectors of the residential real estate market has been the rental market, especially in population-dense metropolitan areas. The rise in vacancies has been fueled by several factors, including less international migration, fewer student renters, and less tourist demand for short-term rentals.7


Interestingly, landlords have not responded to these vacancies with lower rental rates, which have actually risen nationally. Instead, most have used incentives like lower deposit fees, free utilities, and move-in bonuses to attract renters. This suggests that most property owners expect demand to return to normal quite quickly as the vaccine rollout begins to take effect.7


Some analysts predict a decline in the Canadian housing market at large due to the impending end of government emergency measures and lender deferrals. However, others point to the increased demand for homes in smaller markets and lower-density areas outside of the country’s urban centres as an optimistic indicator, especially since these distant suburban and rural enclaves don’t normally benefit from increases in home values or an influx of new investment.8 As many of these new residents set up housekeeping in their rural retreats, they’ll revitalize the economies of their adopted communities for years to come.


According to Susan Hosterman, a senior director at Fitch Ratings, another strength that may help to alleviate the effect of financial pressures brought about by the ending of emergency measures is the relationship lenders in Canada have with their borrowers. Canadian lenders tend to be proactive in offering modifications to make loans more affordable for struggling homeowners.8



How has COVID affected the “seasonal” real estate market?


Frequently, the real estate market is seen as a seasonal phenomenon. However, the widespread shutdowns in March 2020, coming right at the beginning of the market’s growth cycle in many areas, has led to a protracted, seemingly endless “hot spring market.”


The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) revised its 2021 Market Forecast based on more robust than usual figures for the second half of 2020. The new projection anticipates improvements even over 2020’s record-setting market figures, with potential sales limited only by the availability of inventory in most markets.9 Thus, we could be looking at another longer-than-usual, white-hot real estate market.



What’s next for the Canadian real estate market?


Projections vary widely, with some economists predicting a market correction and others predicting continuing strong growth. Overall, low inventory and lack of affordability appear to be the more negative factors applying downward pressures on the market, while pent-up demand and a return to normal employment and income levels, along with anticipated higher-than-average growth in the economy, point to ongoing good news in the sector.10


According to most indicators, the real estate news looks overwhelmingly positive throughout the rest of 2021—and possibly beyond. Pent-up demand and consumer-driven policies, along with a continued low-interest-rate environment and rising inventory, should help homeowners hold on to their increased equity without throwing the market out of balance. In addition, the increase in long-term work-from-home policies promises to give a boost to a wide variety of markets, both now and in the years to come. 



STILL HAVE QUESTIONS? WE HAVE ANSWERS

 

While economic indicators and trends are national, real estate is local. We’re here to answer your questions and help you understand what’s happening in your neighbourhood. Reach out to learn how these larger movements affect our local market and your home’s value.



Sources:

  1. Huffington Post -
    https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/house-prices-canada-bmo_ca_600c7a98c5b6d64153ac675b
  2. Global Newswire -
    https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/08/18/2079742/0/en/COVID-19-Pandemic-Drives-a-Decline-in-the-Use-of-Credit-as-Canadian-Consumers-and-Lenders-Brace-for-Uncertainty.html
  3. Weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index -
    https://www.nanos.co/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/2021-01-08-Bloomberg-Weekly-Report-with-Tabs.pdf
  4. Bank of Canada -
    https://www.bankofcanada.ca/2021/01/fad-press-release-2021-01-20/
  5. Toronto Star -
    https://www.thestar.com/business/real_estate/2021/01/27/supply-of-new-homes-in-the-gta-dwindling-amidst-sales-boom.html
  6. Bank of Canada Monetary Policy Report -
    https://www.bankofcanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/mpr-2021-01-20.pdf
  7. CTV News -
    https://www.ctvnews.ca/business/cmhc-rental-vacancies-prices-edged-up-as-covid-19-spread-across-canada-1.5286012
  8. Huffington Post -
    https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/housing-forecast-canada-2021_ca_5fec942cc5b64e4421082979
  9. Canadian Real Estate Association -
    https://www.crea.ca/news/crea-updates-resale-housing-market-forecast-7/
  10. Canadian Mortgage Trends -
    https://www.canadianmortgagetrends.com/2021/01/canadas-energizer-bunny-housing-market-2021-forecasts/
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5 Inspiring Home Design and Remodelling Trends for 2021



We’ve all spent a lot more time at home over the past year. And for many of us, our homes have become our office, our classroom, our gym—and most importantly, our safe haven during times of uncertainty. So it’s no surprise to see that design trends for 2021 revolve around soothing colour palettes, cozy character, and quiet retreats.


Even if you don’t have immediate plans to buy or sell your home, we advise our clients to be mindful of modern design preferences when planning a remodel or even redecorating. Over-personalized or unpopular renovations could lower your property’s value. And selecting out-of-style fixtures and finishes could cause your home to feel dated quickly.


To help inspire your design projects this year, we’ve rounded up five of the hottest trends.  Keep in mind, not all of these will work well in every house. If you plan to buy, list, or renovate your property, give us a call. We can help you realize your vision and maximize the impact of your investment.



1. Uplifting Colours


Colours are gravitating toward warm and happy shades that convey a sense of coziness, comfort, and wellbeing. This year’s palettes draw from earthy hues, warm neutrals, and soothing blues and greens.1


While white and gray are still safe options, expect to see alternative neutrals become increasingly popular choices for walls, cabinets, and furnishings in 2021. For a fresh and sophisticated look, try one of these 2021 paint colours of the year:


  • Aegean Teal (coastal blue) by Benjamin Moore
  • Urbane Bronze (brownish-gray) by Sherwin-Williams
  • Soft Candlelight (muted yellow) by Valspar


On the opposite end of the spectrum, indigo, ruby, sapphire and plum are showing up on everything from fireplace mantels and floating shelves to fabrics and home accessories. These classic, rich hues can help bring warmth, depth, and a touch of luxury to your living space.


To incorporate these colours, designers recommend using the “60-30-10 Rule.” Basically, choose a dominant colour to cover 60% of your room. For example, your walls, rugs, and sofa might all be varying shades of beige or gray. Then layer in a secondary colour for 30% of the room. This might include draperies and accent furniture. Finally, select an accent colour for 10% of your room, which can be showcased through artwork and accessories.2



2. Curated Collections


After a decade of minimalism, there’s been a shift towards highly-decorative and personalized interiors that incorporate more colour, texture, and character. Clearly-defined styles (e.g., mid-century modern, industrial, modern farmhouse) are being replaced by a curated look, with furnishings, fixtures, and accessories that appear to have been collected over time.3


This trend has extended to the kitchen, where atmosphere has become as important as functionality. The ubiquitous all-white kitchen is fading in popularity as homeowners opt for unique touches that help individualize their space. If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, consider mixing in other neutrals—like gray, black, and light wood—for a more custom, pieced-together look. And instead of a subway tile backsplash, check out zellige tile (i.e., handmade, square Moroccan tiles) for a modern alternative with old-world flair.4



3. Reimagined Living Spaces


The pandemic forced many of us to rethink our home design. From multipurpose rooms to converted closets to backyard cottages, we’ve had to find creative ways to manage virtual meetings and school. And designers expect these changes to impact the way we live and work for years to come.


For example, some home builders are predicting the end of open-concept floor plans as we know them.5 Instead, buyers are searching for cozier spaces with more separation and privacy. Cue the return of walls and, in some cases, alcoves and sliding partitions that enable homeowners to section off rooms as needed.6


The necessity of a home office space is also here to stay. But what if you don’t have a dedicated room? Alternative workspaces have become increasingly popular. In fact, one of the biggest trends on Pinterest this year is the “cloffice”—essentially a spare closet turned home office. Searches for “home library design” and “bookshelf room divider” are on the rise, as well.7




4. Staycation-Worthy Retreats


With travel options limited right now, more homeowners are turning their vacation budgets into staycation budgets.8 Essentially, recreate the resort experience at home—and enjoy it 365 days a year!


Bedrooms should provide a soothing sanctuary for rest and relaxation. But this year, minimalist decor and muted colours are giving way to bolder statement pieces.3 To create a “boutique hotel” look in your own bedroom, start with a large, upholstered headboard in a rich colour or pattern. Layer on organic linen bedding and a chunky wool throw, then complete the look with a pair of matching bedside wall lights.9


Carry those vacation-vibes into your bathroom with some of the top luxury upgrades for 2021. Try a large, zero-entry shower for two, a floating vanity with hand-free faucets, or a radiant-heated floor for the ultimate spa-like experience.10

 


5. Outdoor Upgrades


From exercise to gardening to safer options for entertaining, the pandemic has led homeowners to utilize their outdoor spaces more than ever. In fact, backyard swimming pool sales skyrocketed in 2020, with many installers reporting unprecedented demand.11 But a new pool isn’t the only way homeowners can elevate their outdoor area this year.

 

Composite decks have become a favourite upgrade for their low-maintenance and durability. And in 2021, creative design elements are on the rise, including unique inlays, wider planks, and multiple deck board colours. Add stair or bistro lights for a touch of ambiance while enhancing safety and visibility.8



DESIGNED TO SELL

 

Are you contemplating a remodel? Want to find out how upgrades could impact the value of your home? Buyer preferences vary greatly by neighbourhood and price range. We can share our insights and offer tips on how to maximize the return on your investment. And if you’re in the market to sell, we can run a Comparative Market Analysis on your home to find out how it compares to others in the area. Contact us to schedule a free consultation!

 


Sources:

  1. HGTV Canada –
    https://www.hgtv.ca/decorating/photos/home-design-trends-for-2021-1942419/#
  2. The Spruce –

https://www.thespruce.com/timeless-color-rule-797859

  1. The Kit -
    https://thekit.ca/life/home/home-decor-trends-2021-inspiration/
  2. Houzz –

https://www.houzz.com/magazine/36-home-design-trends-ready-for-takeoff-in-2021-stsetivw-vs~142229851

  1. Zillow -
    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-end-of-open-floor-plans-how-homes-will-look-different-after-coronavirus-301080662.html
  2. HGTV Canada -
    https://www.hgtv.ca/shows/family-home-overhaul/photos/the-top-design-trends-for-2021-according-to-hgtv-canada-design-experts-1943092/#currentSlide=5
  3. Pinterest -
    https://business.pinterest.com/content/pinterest-predicts/more-door/
  4. Canadian Contractor -
    https://www.canadiancontractor.ca/buildwire/decking-trends-for-2021/
  5. Homes & Gardens –
    https://www.homesandgardens.com/spaces/decorating/bedroom-trends-224944
  6. Canadian Interiors -
    https://www.canadianinteriors.com/2020/11/26/top-trends-to-impact-kitchen-and-bathroom-design-over-the-next-three-years-nkba/

CTV News -
https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/backyard-pool-sales-surge-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-1.4957596

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I have listed a new property at 14301 101 AVE in Edmonton.
Welcome to South Grovenor! 31'x136' lot located next to 25' wide corner right of way. What to consider when selecting your building site? What will set you apart from the rest, of course! Consider this: next.to.a.25'wide.right.of.way! This beautiful treelined street is located in the exclusive pocket of South Grovenor, just steps from Mackinnon Ravine Park, Valleyline LTR & Westblock. ** Address is of existing property - new address will be provided upon completion of subdivision **
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I have listed a new property at 14218 91 AVE in Edmonton.
Buy into Parkview where the average listing price is $694,000! Enjoy the benefits of this most sought-after west Edmonton community for literally a fraction of the average listing price! This adorable end-unit townhome is one of only 12 units in this unique development. Steps from coffee shops, salons, dry-cleaners, travel agency, grocery, gift shopping, clothing stores, restaurants, banking and more. This adorable 2.5 storey home is move-in ready and features 3 nice sizes, 2 bathrooms, huge carpeted playroom or storage area on the 2nd level. Updates include: windows, paint, flooring, kitchen, and some appliances. Basement has storage and laundry which leads to the heated underground parking right at your door. Large, private east facing veranda. Live your best life in Parkview with easy access to extensive river valley trails, Buena Vista Dog Park, the Zoo with a quick commute to Downtown, U of A and West Edmonton Mall. $510/month condo fees include heat, water, sewer. Sweet opportunity.
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I have listed a new property at 30 HARCOURT CRES in St. Albert.
What a view! This fully finished WALK-OUT home has been lovingly maintained & is ready for a new family! Beautiful main floor has a large, welcoming foyer, lovely dining space with soaring ceilings & stunning light fixtures, bright, cozy living room & gas fireplace. The updated kitchen features white cabinets, granite countertops, HUGE island & corner pantry. Enjoy SW facing deck off the kitchen (includes stairs to the yard). Adorable powder room & main floor laundry finish this floor. Upstairs features a great master with spa like 5 piece ensuite & WIC. Two more bedrooms & 4 piece family bath. Downstairs is fully finished featuring large windows, a 2nd gas fireplace & walk-out basement. Large rec room, games space, 4th bedroom and full bathroom. Exceptional, private location backing onto farmers field with sun sets as far as you can see! Double attached garage & A/C. This entire house is filled with natural sunlight & is conveniently located on a no-through-road minutes away from the Henday & Yellowhead.
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I have listed a new property at 13610 Stony Plain Road in Edmonton.
This is not your average cookie cutter lot and will not be your average cookie cutter infill. Think out of the box and take a look at this big, beautiful building site. 525 sq.M With a smallest width of 31' and the longest depth at 150' there is so much you can do here. Located walking distance to our city's best schools, 124 Street shops & restaurants, river valley and downtown. Live the good life in Glenora!
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I have listed a new property at 72 12815 CUMBERLAND RD in Edmonton.
Welcome to Altius Skyview on Cumberland Road! An innovative 3 storey, 3 bedroom home features maintenance free townhome living including a double attached garage. Upon entering from your front door or attached garage you are welcomed into a large foyer big enough to keep all of your shoes, purses & coats, mechanical room and lots of storage. Upstairs is an open concept entertaining area featuring a great kitchen with corner pantry, huge island and dining area. A cozy living room and adorable 2nd storey balcony to sit and enjoy. There is also a 2 piece powder room and laundry here. Upstairs features 2 great size secondary bedrooms and 4 piece family bathroom, large master bedroom includes walk-in-closet and 4 piece ensuite. Condo fees are $152/month and include: Exterior Maintenance, Insurance. for Common Areas, Landscape/Snow Removal, Professional Management, Reserve Fund Contribution. Great central, north location close to many amenities and public transit. Mint condition and move in ready. Check it out!
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I have listed a new property at 3735 CAMERON HEIGHTS PL in Edmonton.
Remarkable. Luxurious. Stunning. Understated. Modest. Private. Architecturally designed. Custom built. Totally upgraded. Fully Automated (inside&out). Backing onto ravine on prestigious Cameron Heights Place this spectacular home boasts nearly 6400 sq.ft. of upgraded space. Gourmet kitchen includes butlers pantry, NANAwall seamlessly leading to fully enclosed 3 season patio, sunning deck, stunning dining room, living room, master office with built-in walnut shelves, massive walnut mudroom & powder room finish the main floor. Upstairs is a large family room, large laundry, master retreat, open office, + 2 bedrooms and 3 ensuites. The walkout basement provides radiant in-floor heating music room/bar, family room, games room, exercise room, guest bedroom & bath. Fully landscaped, putting green, triple attached garage with in-floor heating. Subzero/Wolfe/Asko/Dacor. Crestron Smarthome. Built-in Sonos throughout. Custom Walnut Millwork, Cabinetry & Ironwork. Automated Hunter Douglas blinds. Wifi mesh network.
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