Located just 25 km northeast of Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan is a growing city with a bright future. Because it is part of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, the city has a lot of ongoing and upcoming projects that will continue to bring countless jobs to the area and growth to the economy. The outlook for this once “little industrial town” and the people who live there, is great.
Many people who are thinking about purchasing a home in Edmonton also consider some of Edmonton’s surrounding cities, towns, and neighbourhoods. A city that is growing in popularity, and in the real estate market, is Leduc.
There’s an element of risk involved in every major purchase, and that includes buying a house. Some people enjoy, or make their living off of, taking risks on fixer-upper homes. However, when you’re purchasing your first home, the one you and your family are going be living in, chances are you want to minimize your risk as much as possible. But just how do you do this?
Thinking about buying a house in Edmonton? Whether you’re looking to buy a home of your own or are a property investor looking for your next investment, there’s one home type you need to consider in Edmonton: A suited home.
One of the most important choices you make when buying a home is which neighbourhood or community you buy in. Your neighbourhood can make or break your enjoyment of, and even your ability to live in, your new home. That’s why choosing the right community is vital to making sure your home purchase is a success.
Buying a house is a big decision. In fact it’s one of the biggest decision you’ll ever make. Because it’s so big, most people only do it a couple of times during their life, so there isn’t a lot of room for “learning from mistakes.”
That’s why it’s important to avoid making any big mistakes while purchasing a home. Unfortunately though, there are some mistakes that a lot of homebuyers (first time or otherwise) tend to make.
When you’re considering moving to a new community or city, the first thing you probably think about it “What am I going to do there?” Activities and amenities are important to you and your family, so it’s understandable that you want to know about these before you move.
Last week, we wrote about why you should consider buying a property in Leduc, and all of the amenities and activities it offers was one of the reasons. So, this week, we wanted to provide you with a list of the best of these.
When thinking about Leduc, think central location and think business and commerce. With a great deal of amenities including parks, schools, and recreation facilities, the city is vibrant and bustling.
In case you haven’t heard of Leduc before (we’re talking to our out-of-province investors) here’s some information you might want to know: