We all know that Edmonton winters can be cold and harsh, but you don’t have to let that stop you from enjoying the city this winter. In fact, if you learn to embrace the cold a little, there are actually a lot of great things to do in Edmonton in the winter. Check out our top ten favourite things below:
If you’re thinking about buying a new home, it’s important that you understand and keep up with the Edmonton real estate market conditions. But if you aren’t in the real estate business, it can be difficult to make sense of all of the information out there. The average brokerage might try to take advantage of this and sell you a home at the wrong time.
At TriUrban, we do things differently.
When searching for a home, one of the most common rooms that people want to be “big” is the kitchen. It makes sense since, for many people, a lot of time is spent in that particular room and a lot of activity goes on there. Unfortunately having a large kitchen isn’t always possible, especially for fist-time homebuyers who often end up in “smaller” houses overall.
Buying a house is a major purchase. In fact, it’s probably one of (if not the) biggest purchase you’ll make in your life. Most people end up living in one home for years, decades, or even the rest of their lives. That means, if you buy a home that ends up not quite being the right fit for you, you might end up being stuck living in something you don’t love for a long time. No pressure right?
We know it still feels like summer out there in Edmonton and Alberta, but (as much as many of us don’t want to admit it) fall is just around the corner. But what does that have to do with real estate? Well, many homebuyers aren’t aware of the advantages of buying real estate in the fall. While summer might be one of the most popular times of year to buy a house, there are many reasons why you should also consider buying a home in the fall.
Looking for a brand new home in a family-friendly community in or near Edmonton? There are a lot of communities in the city and surrounding area, but not all of them have everything a young family needs or wants in terms of amenities, schools, recreation, safety, and more.
Here in Alberta there are still plenty of days of summer (or at least weather that feels like summer) left. But it won’t be too long until September is here and kids are heading back to school. For parents who are looking to move into a new home before the start of the school year, finding a home in a location near the best schools is very important.
In the city of Edmonton and surrounding areas (like Leduc and Fort Saskatchewan) there are trends when it comes to real estate. Just like everywhere else, which type of home is most popular or most sought-after changes over time. At TriUrban, we always try to keep up with the trends so we can offer our homebuyers and investors the homes they really want.
Fort Saskatchewan may have once been an industrial town made for commuters to Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, but that reputation is no more! The city is now a vibrant, exciting place for families to grow and thrive.
For people without a real estate background, deciding what the best time to buy a house is can be very difficult. There are a lot of resources out there about the current Edmonton real estate market, and some of them can be confusing and complex if you don’t know much about housing and economic statistics. The issue is, you need to know these things if you want to get the right house, in the right place, at the right price.