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There are those in our community that need a supportive hand to help them – REALTORS® are here when life happens #yeg #yegre

We like to say that your local REALTOR® is here when life happens. In part, we mean that your local REALTOR® can help meet the changes you’re experiencing in your life, with Real Estate options that address your changing needs. But life happens in other ways too, and there are those in our community that need a supportive hand to help them with what’s happening in their lives. That’s why I’m so proud of the REALTORS® Community Foundation!…




History of Walterdale Bridge Goes On

The new bridge will be many things – elegant, contemporary, beautiful. Rather than replace the steel truss architecture many Edmonton bridges employ – basic, robust and utilitarian but rather plain – City Council decided to build a more modern arch design as a signature gateway into downtown.The historic significance of this decision is twofold: it turns a page on the city’s industrial past, but honours Edmonton’s history as it embraces the future…




Buying or selling your home – when is it the right time? #yeg #yegre

Homeowners face a double dilemma when dealing with the prospect of selling their homes. How do you make sure the decision to sell is the right one? When is the right time to sell? Traditionally, the four major reasons why and when people sell their homes are financial and market conditions, employment changes, family matters and life-style changes. However, the current issue of low interest rates and a large selection of homes also has a great bearing…




Home prices show signs of easing

Homes prices edged down 0.2 per cent in February from the month before but were still 6.1 per cent higher than a year ago, according to a well-watched housing index. The month-over-month decline was the third such retreat in the past four months for the Teranet-National Bank National Composite House Price Index, released Wednesday, which measures price changes for repeat sales of single-family homes…




Alberta economic snapshot for April 21, 2012

CALGARY, AB, Apr. 21, 2012/ Troy Media/ – Alberta shoppers paid, on average, 1.7 per cent more in March for a typical basket of goods and services than they did a year ago. That rate of increase is down from 1.9 per cent recorded in February, and is the lowest it’s been in 12 months. Canadians across the country also saw the rate of annual price inflation slow from 2.6 per cent in February to 1.9 per cent in March…



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