Just as no two real estate properties are identical, neither are any two real estate investors. Every investor has their own investment journey.
Getting the most out of your investment property doesn’t end with purchasing that property and putting the perfect tenants in it. To really get the most out of your investment, you need to ensure a great relationship with your tenants, so they want to stay.
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.
Want to sell your home as quickly as possible for the best possible price? You’re going to need it to look good. As experienced realtors, we know all about the importance of staging when it comes to selling a home. In fact, we’ve experienced sales where good staging has closed the deal, and we know poor staging can cause potential buyers to turn away as well.
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?