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Christopher Ford - MaxWell Capital Realty

Daniel Roy Yonkman - MaxWell Team Realty

Rupinder Singh - MaxWell Polaris

Paul Heer - MaxWell Polaris

Qiang (Kim) Zhang - MaxWell Polaris

Tanvie  Sandhu - MaxWell Polaris

 

 

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Local personalization combines two growing trends that clients love and leads to more repeat and referral clients which should make up the vast majority of any relationship based business. Choosing an Edmonton owned and operated business with a top tier track record can reap many rewards beyond the current transaction. When it comes to real estate look for a locally owned one right up to the top echelons this includes the agent, brokerage and company headquarters.  A strong local culture in a business increases use of other local businesses as well for example signage, promotion, accounting, photography, 3D tours, measurements, charities and fuel to name a few. The benefits of supporting local include reduced carbon footprint, job creation, business

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Wonderful selection of single family homes, semi detached, condominiums, manufactured homes both in the City of Red Deer and surrounding communities. Buy real estate and wait. Don't wait to buy real estate.

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Home owners are availing themselves of lab science due to factors such as increased awareness of Radon, the leading cause of lung Cancer in non-smoking Canadians, according to the Canadian Cancer Society. As well asbestos encountered during renovations from Drywall, Drywall mud, textured ceilings, heat duct tape, ceiling tiles and older square stick on floor tiles to name a few have home owners looking for cost effective solutions to avoid exposure. Add to that increased advances in DNA research which can be used to determine areas where a person may be predisposed to certain health conditions and through supervised protocols improve health, it is not a stretch to assume an increase in demand for these tests.

Fortunately there are solutions. For

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Taking time to prepare your home will help ensure you avoid costly damages that can come from low temperatures, heavy snowfalls, and high winds. By performing these simple maintenance tips, you’ll be better able to ensure that winter stays out and you and your family stay safe and warm inside your home.

Here are the top five tips to get you to prepare you for winter:

1. Scheduled Maintenance for Your Heating System

Whether you have a heat pump, furnace, boiler or a wood stove, don’t wait for the temperature to drop to discover your system needs repairs. Schedule a furnace inspection now to ensure everything is working correctly, don’t wait until the cold winter months.

 2. Inspect all windows and doors for leaks

To prevent heat loss,

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I often get asked "when is the best time to list a property, should I wait until the Spring?" The answer beyond a pat, "it depends" is really, "the best time of the year to list your home is when you want to." I'll give you the pros and cons of doing it at different times of the year, namely Fall/Winter or Spring/Summer. I'll also cover the three aspects to listing a home that don't change no matter the time of year.

Listing in the Fall/Winter means there is less competition from other listings and the fewer buyers out there are motivated and ready for the most part. Of course it is colder and some of the buyers are looking for the "off peak market deal". With Spring/Summer come more buyers only some of which will be motivated and ready where

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Buying a home? Pay more and work harder by working with the listing agents. 

Whenever I list a property I'll get "sign calls" from buyers wanting to view a property I have on the market. Some have been told by a friend that working with the selling agent will help them get a better deal and this is not always the case.
Apart from the fact that it is more work for the buyer to call and arrange appointments with all the agents, line up consecutive times to maximize the number of showings, vet the different properties against their needs, access the properties with limited information through public access sites, do all the driving and waiting around for the next appointment; to do all that and pay more for the property? No thanks.
So it is obviously

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Christine Gallacher - MaxWell Grande Realty

Dallas Burton - MaxWell Canyon Creek

Jas Ahluwalia - MaxWell Polaris

Shiya Lin - MaxWell Polaris

Dwight Streu - MaxWell Polaris

Jacob Johanntges - MaxWell Polaris

Lori Green - MaxWell Devonshire Realty

Craig Oliver - MaxWell South Star Realty

Gayatri Sharma - MaxWell Central

Jag Khinda - MaxWell Polaris

Rahul Khatri - MaxWell Polaris

Ajdin Susa - MaxWell Polaris

Ashly Tichkowsky - MaxWell Progressive Realty

Bruce Dunham - MaxWell Capital Realty

Catherine Manigo - MaxWell Progressive Realty

Myles Blewett - MaxWell Challenge Realty

Matthew Robinson - MaxWell Progressive Realty

Sean McKeigan - MaxWell Capital Realty

Daniel Engelman – MaxWell Polaris

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New or Used? Kevin Grenier REALTOR®

When buyers come to me looking for guidance I always include both new homes and used (pre-owned) homes. Many buyers are surprised to find that I also work with new home builders and once they understand the benefits, far prefer it to working with the builder's sales staff.
But what are the benefits of new vs used?


New

- latest building practices including 4x6 walls, increased insulation, heat recovery ventilators and child safe receptacles
- comprehensive 1yr builder warranty (some builders offer 2 yrs), additional New home warranties (additional 4-10 yrs or more covering various items)

Pre-owned

- typically located in mature areas with established schools, larger trees, typically shorter commutes to city centre
- less likely to be "cookie

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Hey everyone. Just thought I should share something with you that could make your day a real crappy one if you dont keep up on this little thing. I recently decided to replace the kitchen faucet and bathroom faucets in my home. So being the responsible home owner I am. I went below my sink and turned off the shut off valves on the taps. Well surprise, surprise. The hot water shut off did not work. It seems that the hot water use had caused the rubber gasket in the valve to deteriorate. and the taps still allowed hot water to run freely. So needless to say I checked the rest of the hot water shut offs and two of the three bathrooms also continued to allow the flow of water. Good thing I didn't start taking he taps apart first. Well it was a simple fix. I

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