Alberta Building Code Protects New Homes from Radon Gas

What is radon gas? Radon is an invisible, odourless, cancer-causing, radioactive gas that comes from the ground. When inhaled, radon breaks down into radioactive particles, releasing bursts of radioactivity that can cause injury to lung tissue. Exposure to high levels of radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after tobacco smoking. Radon enters […]

5 Tips for Moving with Children

Moving is a huge adjustment that impacts the whole family, including children. Whether you are moving down the street, to a new neighbourhood, or to a new city, province or country altogether, your children will need support during this transition. We are sharing our top 5 tips for making the transition as smooth and positive […]

How to Win in Multiple Offer Situations

Last week Sheldon and Sara were joined by two amazing Liv agents for a Facebook Live to discuss multiple offer situations. Deidre Harrison and Tonya Brown have helped many clients successfully navigate through multiple offer situations and they shared their strategies with us. Check out the replay here and read on for more details in […]

Moving to the Country – Advice for Buying an Acreage Near Edmonton

Sheldon and Sara were recently joined for a Facebook Live by some of Liv’s resident experts on purchasing and living in a rural home. Tameka Ross, Lindsay Parsons and Allison Meston all had amazing information to share, and we’ve compiled it all into the blog post below. Watch the replay here:   Covid has seriously […]

New Website! EdmontonRealEstate.pro gets Major Upgrade

It’s not broken, we just moved your cheese. It’s been just over five years since we’ve done any major updates to our very popular home search website EdmontonRealEstate.pro. Last time, on December 15, 2015, we had about 5,500 user sessions a day. Lately, we’ve been averaging about 17,000 user sessions a day. The most traffic […]

What to do When you Have a Bad Home Inspection Result

Buyers almost always include a home inspection condition when they make an offer on a house. The purpose of a home inspection is for the buyer to have a clear picture of what they’re buying, so they are aware of the home’s condition and get a good idea of what expenses they will face for […]

How We are Helping our Clients Stay Safe During COVID-19

We are open and ready to help; whether you need a totally contact-free experience, would like to limit contact, or are comfortable with physically distant meetings, we can and have done it all, and will happily adapt our process to meet your needs. The city of Edmonton mandated the use of masks in public spaces […]

New “Pending Sale” Rule Changes Real Estate Marketing

A small rule change has lead to big changes for buying and selling real estate in Alberta. The new rule requires that REALTORS® report pending sales to their Association’s MLS® system database unless the sellers complete a form instructing their agent not to report the pending sale. When a property is reported pending, it will […]

Virtual Open House Livathon

This Monday – May 18 – we’re holding our first-ever virtual open house “Livathon!” Starting at 11am, we’ll broadcast 13 consecutive virtual open houses via Facebook Live. Our agents will be on location, filming as they walk through the listings and answering your questions while they’re at it! You can watch on our Facebook Page […]

COVID-19 FAQ’s for Real Estate

Do you have questions about buying and selling real estate during COVID-19? We’re certainly getting a lot of questions from clients and friends, not to mention colleagues across North America. Whether you’re thinking about buying or selling a home in the near future, or you’re just curious about what it’s like for real estate agents […]

What to Expect When Buying a Home During COVID-19

Are you wondering what it’s like to buy a home in the Edmonton area right now? While many things have changed, many things also remain the same, and people are still viewing and buying homes in today’s market. If you’re considering taking advantage of historically low-interest rates, and a strong negotiating position while entering the […]

Found a property that needs work?

Estimating Edmonton renovation costs before you buy. By Camillo Esposito, Owner of Independent Bath & Renovations: https://www.independentbath.com/ You found a house or a condo in a mature neighbourhood you love but it needs some attention for you to call it home. Established neighbourhoods provide mature trees and landscaping, shopping, a central location and a ton […]

Tips for Buying and Selling Real Estate in Today’s Market

The real estate market right now feels different from any market we’ve experienced in Edmonton, from the stress test to the economy, to the inventory of homes on the market, we’re seeing some unusual things happen. So, we’ve put together some tips for those looking to buy or sell a home in the Edmonton area […]

10 Tips To Make Moving Easier

Moving is often a time-consuming and stressful event, but you can make the process easier by using a variety of tips that are recommended by others. Here are 10 tips to use so that you can make the transition to your new home easier. Tip 1: Contact Professional Moving Companies Right Away  As soon as […]

Electrical Systems in Your New Home – What You Need to Know

There’s nothing quite like the incredible feeling of finding your dream home, but a dream house can quickly become a nightmare if you don’t know what’s going on behind the walls. That’s why you need to get the electrical systems checked before buying it. A home inspector can inspect many aspects of a home you’re […]

MLS® Home Price Index Now Available in Edmonton

You may have seen reports in the past referencing the MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) in other parts of Canada and noticed Edmonton was not included, well, the tool is now available in Edmonton! This means will be able to include “benchmark” prices and trends with our monthly stats, giving greater insight into what is happening […]

NEW! Search Edmonton & Calgary Open Houses Easily

Like going to open houses? There’s now an easy way to search open houses in the Edmonton area and Calgary area open houses. On EdmontonRealEstate.pro just click the “More Search Options” button beneath the search bar, then click features and “Search Open Houses.” Or, you can just bookmark our Open House search page. You can also […]

Buyer Beware, Seller Be Honest

A recent B.C. Supreme Court case favoured the buyer, who backed out a deal to purchase a mansion in Vancouver. She claimed she was misled by the seller and their agent when she asked why the seller was moving. Their answer was that the seller’s daughter was switching schools. What they neglected to include in their […]

Homeowners Northeast Edmonton “Homesteader” Neighbourhood Alerted to Contamination

According to an article in the Edmonton Journal, 140 residents in homesteader received notices from the Government of Alberta warning about soil and groundwater contamination, with a “laundry list of cancer-causing substances.” The notices were posted on doors of homes in a new development called Renaissance Estates just north of Yellowhead Trail near 44th street, where […]

Types of Roofing

Asphalt shingles are by far the most common type of roofing material used, but you will find a variety of roofing materials used on Edmonton homes including metal, wood and tile. If you have a low-pitched or flat roof, you’ll need a special roofing system altogether. Here is some information on different types of roofing, […]