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Quarterly Video Update

Posted on Apr 22, 2020



A quick recap of the real estate market in Red Deer, how Kim and I are handling the coronavirus including how we are staying safe and keeping our clients safe. 

Want more information about the market? Click here for the full stats

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The Dangers of Over/Underpricing Your Home

Posted on Apr 22, 2020

Every seller wants a quick sale for the most money…and every buyer wants a bargain. Pricing your home too low can raise questions in buyers mind just as much as overpricing can drive potential buyers to purchase another property. Finding the sweet spot involves some research and it needs to be based on realistic expectations and current market tren...

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The Heat Is On

Posted on Oct 10, 2019



THE HEAT IS ON: FURNACE EFFICIENCY AND MAINTENANCE
You can almost hear the hum of furnaces in homes throughout North America cranking up for the colder months ahead. It is especially important to have furnaces inspected and properly maintained to ensure that they run efficiently and safely. Here are some pointers to get the most out of a furnace: 

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10 Things To Do Before The Snow Flies

Posted on Aug 29, 2019

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You’re still reveling in the heat of summer, but believe it on now, winter is coming. Once September hits, you’ll want to start working your way through this fall home maintenance checklist. Ensuring that your home’s cold-weather systems are running efficiently will save you money and major headaches in the long run.

10 things to do before the snow...

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Is Real Estate Still a Good Investment? 

Posted on Jul 23, 2019

I like this article from RE/MAX Canada as it touches on an issue that is being questioned due to our economy and the falling house prices. While lots of there data is centered on the Toronto/Vancouver markets, I think the information remains the same. I read this on the RE/MAX website, here

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Here’s the breakdown of real estate investment to help you...

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HOW THE ATS (ALBERTA TOWNSHIP SURVEY SYSTEM) WORKS

Posted on Jul 23, 2019

Finding Your Way in the Country
Country residential properties are generally defined as residential properties on private well and septic systems and outside of a village or town boundary.

Acreages can be in subdivisions from a piece of larger land or lots in a multi-lot subdivision, the defining difference is the location and services.

The ATS (Alber...

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