If you’re in the market for a new home in the Edmonton area, you probably have a lot on your mind.
Whether you’re thinking about your first new home or you’re considering moving for the third or fourth time, you know that you have a lot of options. Townhomes sometimes seem like a “lesser” option if you’ve been dreaming about a family home, but there are a surprising number of advantages to this style of home.
When you’re choosing a place for your family to live, choosing a place to live near a high-quality school is important to every parent. Your children will spend a lot of their time in school, and you want them in a place that will support them through social and academic growth.
Last month we showcased your schooling options in eight different Edmonton communities, and this month we turn our eyes to the communities just outside the city.
Bedroom communities are becoming increasingly popular options for many families. If you’re considering one of these communities, though, you might worry that it could significantly limit your schooling options.
When you go shopping for a new home in Edmonton, educational options always play a role in your decisions. Even if you don’t currently have children, you never know what the future might bring.
Your choice of community plays a big role in your level of happiness when buying your first home. Everyone needs to find a neighbourhood that meets their unique needs. That’s why we’ve always focused on building communities people want to live in.
With the buyers’ market in Edmonton, now is a great time to begin searching for your first home. But with so many options out there, where do you even begin? New home builds offer home buyers many great benefits not found in the resale market.
Let’s explore eight great reasons why it makes sense to build your first home from the ground up – made just for you, and with all the features you want!
As you plan to build a new home, the choice of community is perhaps the most important decision you’ll make. You’ll want a convenient location that offers an atmosphere that fits your lifestyle. The great news is that there are a number of new communities throughout Edmonton that can meet the needs of different types of families. Below are some things to consider as you explore potential neighbourhoods.
Buying a new home is so much more than simply the home itself – it’s the community you choose and nearby amenities that matter as well. It’s important to find a neighbourhood that’s not only a great place to live but also convenient and safe for you and your family.
Edmonton is a great city. In fact, over the last year or so, it’s the Canadian city seeing the second-highest growth in population. And it’s not only those from out of province who see the allure. Edmonton has become an attractive option for many people all over the world. Here are just a few of the many things that make Edmonton a great place to live.
Once you’ve decided you want to buy a brand-new home rather than a resale, the next step is to choose a community that’s right for you. New communities in Edmonton have been sprouting up for decades. As a new buyer, you’ll get to decide whether you want to build your home in a brand-new community or one that’s a bit more established. Each one has unique advantages and disadvantages, so carefully consider all of your options.