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Edmonton prices drop slightly in February

March 18th, 2016 by Kevin Grenier

I often get asked, “what is the market like?” and although I invariably add my own spin on it based on what I’m experiencing at the moment from a “in the trenches” perspective I thought I’d relay what my higher ups have to say about it, specifically the Alberta Real Estate Association (AREA).

There have been 3,170 homes sold on the MLS® in Alberta by February’s end, which is down 8.0 % compared to last year February.

With an increase to the average price $388,037 of only .6% from the same time period last year.

Now as for Edmonton and area, the average price went down
The monthly residential average price decreased only .4 % compared to last February but the year to date figure was down 3.9%.

Hope that helps answer that question for you. Keep in mind Edmonton’s numbers will be slightly different as will your specific area that you are either selling in or buying in.

Let me know if you’d like more specific details.

 

Kevin Grenier

780-893-0269

kevin@kevingrenier.com

TAKE THE STRESS OUT OF HOME BUYING

May 7th, 2015 by Kevin Grenier

When buying aKevin Grenier Realtor new home, you might feel stressed and overwhelmed. There are ways to avoid that stress and to be prepared for any hurdles you may encounter. I found an article that can help you best prepare for the home buying experience and take some of the stress

Take the Stress Out of Home buying.

 

 

 

 

YOUR HOME BUYING VOCABULARY

May 7th, 2015 by Kevin Grenier

It’s important to stay informed and have an understanding of the words you will encounter during thKevin Grenier Realtor Solde home buying process. I found an article that will give you some vernacular that you should be aware of.  As an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), it’s my goal to make sure you know as much as you can during this process. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions. It would be a pleasure to work with you!

10 Terms First-Time Homebuyers Should Know by Geoff Williams. Copyright © 2015. U.S. News & World Report LP. All Rights Reserved.

Local Real Estate Market Update – Sell or Buy?

May 5th, 2015 by Kevin Grenier

The lower oil prices have started a lot of conversation on how this will impact the local real estate market.

I get asked everyday “how is the real estate market?”

 

 

 

The Get Your Real Estate Questions Answered Hereanswer to that question as is often the case is “it depends on the circumstances of the person that is asking the question”.

 

Let’s face it what most people really want to know is “how will this impact me and my family if at all?”

 

Although there is no crystal ball that will foretell the future there are always indicators that can be used as a guide.

 

The Edmonton Real Estate Board does a good job of giving the statistics that reflect the current resale market with their monthly news release which you can find here.

 

CMHC has made a housing market information portal available here, which covers both local and national housing markets including new home building activity.

 

CREA also puts out housing stats that can be found here.

 

Then of course there is your REALTOR® who will provide yocalm characteru with what you might expect to either pay for a home or sell your current home for based on a more focused assessment which takes into account not only the macro & micro markets but also your needs and wants.

 

There are more resources available and if you’d like more, please let me know.

 

These are interesting times we live in there is no doubt of that, surrounding yourself with a good team who can help you attain your goals is more crucial than ever.

 

Kevin

 

 

Seller couldn’t predict the future – Buyers rejoice

May 10th, 2014 by Kevin Grenier

What, you can’t predict the future?

Many home owners move into their new home and begin to improve it to their liking with no thought of ever selling. As a result some of the upgrades especially when you get into the ultra high end can get lost on  a prospective buyer who doesn’t see the value and is just not willing to pay for it.

Of course, there comes a point when a home owner even with one eye on eventual resale value is willing to pay for the added enjoyment of said upgrade for the balance of time they will live in the home knowing they will realize only a fraction of the cost of the upgrade when they go to sell.

What a joy it is for a buyer to stumble upon such a home, especially when the upgrades align with their likes and lifestyle. In what sometimes feels like a morass of over priced, inadequately maintained and cheaply done cosmetic upgrades such a property stands out the minute you drive up to the place. You know what I’m talking about. Chances are you’ve been lucky enough or know of someone who was lucky enough to buy such a home. The, “I knew it was the one the minute I walked in” statement that makes you boil with envy if you are still in the trenches as a buyer looking for such a place and coming up empty.

A home can look better on a piece of paper or on the internet with correctly lit photos and a wide angle lens leaving you disappointed as you drive away feeling like you were somehow tricked into thinking it was going to be better than it turned out to be. Like the gorgeous flower arrangement that you bend down to smell only to find it was a brilliant display of artificial flower craftsmanship.

Conversely, the same often happens with the home described above but in reverse. You walk in and begin to see the attention to detail and extras that didn’t immediately pop into mind as you looked over the listing details. Add to that the fact that there is only so much room for details on a listing sheet so many of them never get mentioned at all.

Sometimes I’m fortunate enough to get an opportunity to sell one of these homes and the following is an example of one such home.

The owners bought this modern bungalow with a walk out basement and five bedrooms with no thought of moving shortly after renovations would be completed. But that is life, unpredictable at times.

The features that made them fall in love with the place to begin with included a large lot with plenty of room for a shop to the East of the triple garage and within a twenty minute drive from Edmonton’s West End. The wide open spaces, quiet and gorgeous vistas of acreage living coupled with the conveniences of a newer home aligned perfectly with their exodus from the busy city life. Although they have a young child now the convenience of being within walking distance with no major roads to cross, of the highly acclaimed Graminia Elementary School was an added bonus. Underlying all of this was a desire to raise their son in a safe community where he could flourish unfettered.  Other things about the home the

y soon found that validated their decision to buy included a concrete parking pad in front of the triple garage, concrete sidewalks leading to the front steps, a concrete patio accessed from the walk out basement’s patio door and city water trucked in from Devon which is about two and a half times cheaper than what they were paying for water in the city and almost five and a half times cheaper than friends of theirs pay North West of the city.

But back to the theme of this article. They soon began to make changes to the home and as I said, with no thought of selling in the near future. Whether you read the following list or not it will give you the idea that when this seller does something he goes all in. With the initial acquisition costs added to the additional upgrades the number is much higher than what they are currently asking for the place without even taking into account that the market as a whole has come up since they purchased. The equates to real value for you the buyer.
 

 

 

 

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1.       Painting entire house 11 different colors (professionally done) 

2.       Electrical work                                                                                                  

    a.       Includes adding more plugs and switches in garage

     b.      2 ceiling fans

     c.       3 X 4’ T8 overhead lights

     d.      Black lights

     e.      Plugs for all the Neon signs (which neon signs won’t be staying)

     f.        Re-doing the entire basement to meet code (as the Reno’s were happening found out that whoever ran the electrical before, screwed into wires and had the entire basement only on 3 circuits, highly illegal)

     g.       Added a surge protector that is the high one that can be reset multiple times. Cause the cheap once it has been tripped it has to be completely changed out.

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     h.      Re-did all the pot lights and added more. These are all enclosed lights as per code due to the insulating the ceiling.

     i.       Added sensor switches to mudroom, walk-in closet, pantry

     j.      Added over the tub light in guest bathroom main floor and in basement bathroom

     k.       Added in two night lights one in hallway and one in master bathroom

     l.         Pre-wire in garage under stairs for future expansion to shop. 220 wire. Either add in an electrical box in garage or enough length to take it to new location for shop.

3.       Reno’s included are the following:                                                          

     a.       Change out the direction of the walk-in closet

     b.      Added a door to the master bedroom bathroom

     c.       Added more storage to the basement

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     d.      Converted the 5th bedroom in basement to the gym

     e.      Custom flooring for the gym

     f.        Added the French doors in basement

     g.       Added second direction to steps in the garage. (original direction was not the easiest to use)

     h.      Re-tiled the steps in the garage

      i.         Changed out the carpet leading down into the basement. Original did not match anything in the house. Re-used the carpet from the renovation in the gym area.

      j.        Added the boarder in the garage

     k.       Re-did the basement ceiling added in safe and sound with sound bar in entire basement. So new drywall, insulation, re-textured ceiling and painted ceiling       

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4.       Paved Driveway                                                                                               

     a.       Driveway was widened &  is average 6” thick with 4” of gravel underneath

     b.      Plus had the driveway sealed after it was put in 

5.       Custom closet organizer in mudroom and in master bedroom     

6.       Planted 130 trees in yard( spruce and pine)                                         

7.       Complete wiring in house for matrix system                                        

     a.       Includes wiring for all TV locations

     b.      Includes ceiling speakers in basement (6 in total). Which includes custom boxes in ceiling and each box insulated.

     c.       Each TV area wired for internet and Cat 8 etc…

     d.      Wired basement for future projection screen

     e.      Complete sound system wiring in garage. 2 speakers have not been installed but wires are in walls in ceiling area to expand if needed. Never had the chance to add the speakers in, have the speakers.

8.       Added Heat in Garage and Central Air Conditioning                          

9.       Dog run

For more details on this home or to book an appointment to view it contact:

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Kevin Grenier Realty Executives Polaris at kevin@kevingrenier.com or 780-893-0269.

 

Edmonton home builder claims all its homes will create as much energy as they use

November 22nd, 2013 by Kevin Grenier

“Net Zero Home” is  a term given to a home that creates as much energy as it consumes effectively reducing its carbon footprint.

My bet is you are going to hear a lot more about this hitherto rarely attained goal thanks to Edmonton’s own Landmark Homes Inc and their commitment to creating all their homes to this level by 2015.

I was fortunate enough to take part in a tour of their plant located at 4403 55 Ave NW Edmonton. The tour was led by Curt Beyer Vice President of Manufacturing who is also a stakeholder in the plant.

The plant currently builds about 3 homes a day using processes adopted from other industries, most notably automobile manufacturing. Curt showed us the entire assembly line starting with the lumber being cut to size, walls being assembled, foam insulation bays, window and door line, roof assembly zone, floor assembly and much more.

Now at first blush you may be thinking pre-fab homes with visions of half a trailer being trucked to its destination to be placed on a foundation and mated with its other half. Or perhaps a Scandinavian  type of an idea where pieces are shipped in a box and put together at the other end with a less then top of the line stigma.

Well Curt put it this way. “How would you feel if you bought a (insert high end car brand here) only to find that a box full of all of the parts was placed on your driveway and a team of mechanics came by to assemble it?”.

Throughout the tour I began to disabuse myself of this notion that a house wasn’t built right unless it was built on site. Oh and the other notion that if it was built in a plant that it was done to cut costs or worse the idea of it being “slapped” together by a crew that “made it work” when things didn’t quite fit right.

I saw many similarities to the BMW plant in Munich, Germany that I toured in August and began to see Curt and his partner’s vision. One that went way beyond the building of a house for profit. One of quality using machinery that build to the millimeter instead of a fraction of an inch. One of consistency and greatly reducing and in many cases eliminating human error. A desire to revolutionize the way homes are built by the entire industry. The benefit of a process that reduces waste, a huge problem in the home building industry as witnessed by those of you who have ever seen the landfills and the amount of construction debris. This process greatly increases the quality, fit, finish and function of the end product. This process decreases worker fatigue and injuries. It takes only hours to assemble on site the walls, floors and roof to lock up stage so that the materials are not exposed to the elements for lengthy periods causing other complications. I could go on but in short the customer wins by getting a precision built home. One that often exceeds industry standards.

As a result the Edmonton plant attracts internationals visiting from other builders, universities and government organizations who want to learn the many industry firsts Landmark has accomplished with this method of building or would manufacturing be a better term?

I was glad I went to the tour, there is much more I discovered all of it good that I can share now with my clients to help them make a more informed decision.

Landmark’s dedication to excellence I applaud and their willingness to share their insights and methods to not only my REALTOR® colleagues but competing builders in the area and abroad is rare in the corporate jungle.

Why share this information so freely? Because they feel this is the way home building should be done, the right way. As a pioneer and leader in this technology they have such a head start on their competition that there is very little downside especially as for example they move to their new bigger plant in Ellerslie and already have the sale of the existing plant in place to I believe four local builders who are going to share the plant .

As more people see the benefits of this build style “Net Zero Homes” will become the sought after standard and what an impact that will have on our overall carbon foot print.

Next time I walk into a Landmark show home with one of my clients I”ll be better prepared to answer their questions, who knows maybe I’ll even teach the salesperson a thing or two…Just saying.

“Net Zero Home” is  a term given to a home that creates as much energy as it consumes effectively reducing its carbon footprint.

My bet is you are going to hear a lot more about this hitherto rarely attained goal thanks to Edmonton’s own Landmark Homes Inc and their commitment to creating all their homes to this level by 2015.

I was fortunate enough to take part in a tour of their plant located at 4403 55 Ave NW Edmonton. The tour was led by Curt Beyer Vice President of Manufacturing who is also a stakeholder in the plant.

The plant currently builds about 3 homes a day using processes adopted from other industries, most notably automobile manufacturing. Curt showed us the entire assembly line starting with the lumber being cut to size, walls being assembled, foam insulation bays, window and door line, roof assembly zone, floor assembly and much more.

Now at first blush you may be thinking pre-fab homes with visions of half a trailer being trucked to its destination to be placed on a foundation and mated with its other half. Or perhaps a Scandinavian  type of an idea where pieces are shipped in a box and put together at the other end with a less then top of the line stigma.

Well Curt put it this way. “How would you feel if you bought a (insert high end car brand here) only to find that a box full of all of the parts was placed on your driveway and a team of mechanics came by to assemble it?”.

Throughout the tour I began to disabuse myself of this notion that a house wasn’t built right unless it was built on site. Oh and the other notion that if it was built in a plant that it was done to cut costs or worse the idea of it being “slapped” together by a crew that “made it work” when things didn’t quite fit right.

I saw many similarities to the BMW plant in Munich, Germany that I toured in August and began to see Curt and his partner’s vision. One that went way beyond the building of a house for profit. One of quality using machinery that build to the millimeter instead of a fraction of an inch. One of consistency and greatly reducing and in many cases eliminating human error. A desire to revolutionize the way homes are built by the entire industry. The benefit of a process that reduces waste, a huge problem in the home building industry as witnessed by those of you who have ever seen the landfills and the amount of construction debris. This process greatly increases the quality, fit, finish and function of the end product. This process decreases worker fatigue and injuries. It takes only hours to assemble on site the walls, floors and roof to lock up stage so that the materials are not exposed to the elements for lengthy periods causing other complications. I could go on but in short the customer wins by getting a precision built home. One that often exceeds industry standards.

As a result the Edmonton plant attracts internationals visiting from other builders, universities and government organizations who want to learn the many industry firsts Landmark has accomplished with this method of building or would manufacturing be a better term?

I was glad I went to the tour, there is much more I discovered all of it good that I can share now with my clients to help them make a more informed decision.

Landmark’s dedication to excellence I applaud and their willingness to share their insights and methods to not only my REALTOR® colleagues but competing builders in the area and abroad is rare in the corporate jungle.

Why share this information so freely? Because they feel this is the way home building should be done, the right way. As a pioneer and leader in this technology they have such a head start on their competition that there is very little downside especially as for example they move to their new bigger plant in Ellerslie and already have the sale of the existing plant in place to I believe four local builders who are going to share the plant .

As more people see the benefits of this build style “Net Zero Homes” will become the sought after standard and what an impact that will have on our overall carbon foot print.

Next time I walk into a Landmark show home with one of my clients I”ll be better prepared to answer their questions, who knows maybe I’ll even teach the salesperson a thing or two…Just saying.

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Improving the buying and selling process

November 16th, 2013 by Kevin Grenier

The technology for real estate professionals is constantly improving and as a result improving the overall experience from a client’s perspective.

With everything from paperless transactions allowing out of town clients to sign online changes to a contract without first having to print off and later scan in the document to be emailed back to improved communication avenues the buying and selling process just keeps improving to the benefit of not only the client but the industry professional as well.

When it comes to phones there are a number of platforms available and until now Blackberry wasn’t really an option for a lot of industry professionals. Even though many of us have fond memories of our legacy Blackberry devices with their rock solid contact management and security layers.

With a Blackberry 10 device either the Z10 with its  intuitive touch keyboard, the Q10 with the beloved physical keyboard or the Z30 with a 5″ touch display, and the latest operating system 10.2.1055 or higher installed (available in a leaked version from Crackberry.com) you can now do pretty much anything you need or want a “smart” phone to do.

Want to access lock boxes without having to carry another keyfob, dangle or anything but your phone? No problem install the eKEY software from Supra directly on your device.

How about the mortgage calculator from Calculated Industries which now even has a Canadian Qualifier Plus 4x app for $9.87. This you’ll need to purchase using the BlueStacks software which will download the APK file to your Windows computer.

Logmein Ignition is another great app which allows you to access your Windows or Mac computers at home or your office. This is not a free app however and includes the ability transfer files between your device and the remote computer and listen to videos you are playing on the remote computer. Get it here.

Fusion Experience allows industry professionals to access the MLS to get further information such as history, lot dimensions and more. REALTOR®s can get it here.  This one you can install on your device right out of the box. Note, in some cases you’ll need to turn off your wifi in order for the app to work.

There are a great many more apps for real estate professionals all available either through the official Blackberry World app store and with the new OS release directly from the Android markets.

The perceived “App Gap” is gone now and you should be able to move forward with that upgrade to Blackberry 10 and experience the many benefits of the new platform.

As an early adopter of technology I’ve seen the different operating systems improve with time but nothing compares to the improvements made by the Blackberry team in the last few months.

I hope this helps you bring a better experience to your clients with their selling or purchasing needs and keep in mind I’m still accepting referrals and would be happy to help with any transactions in the greater Edmonton area.

 

Kevin Grenier

Realty Executives Polaris

www.KevinGrenier.com www.RealHousesforSale.com

780-893-0269

Wow! Fully upgraded bungalow in Laurier Heights “it aint just about the house”

November 14th, 2013 by Kevin Grenier

Unlike most blogs about a new listing, I’m going to start by introducing you to Barrie the seller of this gorgeous home.

Barrie is the real deal when it comes to home refurbishing and I say that because he does things right. Now I’m not saying he is the only one of his kind but all too often, and you know what I’m talking about, the words “good enough” are used in conjunction with home renovations.

You’ve seen what passes for “renovated” or “upgraded” or even “new”. You walk into a house and begin running a tally on all the things that were “upgraded” but need to be redone properly. How about the examples of laminate floor that pass as professionally installed wherein all the seems line up or worse large gaps by the door jams are left. These visual cues set off your spidy senses and you begin to look for what else was botched. Missing hood fans over stoves, exposed wires, drywall seems, leaky bathroom surrounds and more.

This has started a trend in some buyers who actively seek out houses that have never been updated so they don’t have to buy someone else’s cover up or pay for so called upgrades that have to be re-done.

Then along comes someone like Barrie who restores faith in the individuals that still exist out there that do things right even when that means spending more than anticipated to repair an unforeseen issue and repair it correctly with a touch of “going the extra mile” for good measure.

I’ve had the privilege of working as Barrie’s Realtor® over his past three renovations. Starting with one in Parkview, then in Lynnwood and now on the current one located in Laurier Heights. I helped him both on the purchase end and on the selling end and consider myself a bit of an authority now on Barrie’s competence and integrity.

Barrie I know you’re going to hate this blog but I think you’re an inspiration to many as you create turn key homes in established neighbourhoods that go beyond the initial aesthetics but tend to the behind the scenes things that often get overlooked in a “lipstick and rouge” reno.

This current reno involved creating an open concept, a full ensuite, island kitchen, patio doors off the dining room onto a deck all of which were not present going in.

The list goes on but here is one example of over and above. Homes with the driveway along the side of the house with the garage in the back yard can be problematic not only from the stand point of driving a car between the house and the neighbour’s fence while maneuvering into the door that is usually offset not to mention parking a second car into that double garage. But over time the driveway can begin to slope towards the house and cause water to flow towards it which is not what you want. Don’t forget the now long driveway that has to be shoveled in order to get the car in and out of said garage. Sometimes these configurations are unavoidable like where there is not back alley.

This house however has a back alley so Barrie removed the entire driveway, installed a garage door on the alley side of the garage, had a driveway poured at the back of the garage to the alley and finished off the front of the garage to match the house nicely. Instead of building a deck over top of the old driveway it was removed and the ground properly graded. A fence and some landscaping finished it all off nicely and professionally, eliminating the future problem of having the old driveway under the deck left to slope towards the house. What a ton of work, who does that? Someone who wants to do it right.

I’d love for you to check out his work and come and see this house for yourself. If you don’t live in Edmonton book a flight…it is that good.

Here is the link to the listing with tons of pics:

http://www.kevingrenier.com/listing/edmonton/laurier-heights/e3356873-14707-84-av-nw

Here are some teaser pics:

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Call me to book a viewing.

Kevin Grenier Realty Executives Polaris

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13008 65 St

July 27th, 2013 by Kevin Grenier

Here is a real estate opportunity worth sharing. This upgraded 4 bedroom bungalow has been lovingly upgraded and shows extremely well. Perfect for either the first time home buyer looking for a turn key home or the home owner looking for some additional revenue from the basement. Or how about a solid buy and hold property in a great area, friendly neighbours, close to schools, shopping and the LRT.

This lot is RF3 which means you could eventually build a duplex on it. One strategy would be to rent it out or put room mates in the upstairs or downstairs and live in the other half. Then after several years you depreciate the house, clear the lot, build a duplex and use apply the depreciation against any profit from the eventual sale.

Not following? No problem, suffice to say this is a property loaded with potential no matter what your particular needs are. Contact Kevin at 780-893-0269 in order to find out more about this property and to book your showing.

Click on the following link to view pictures, details and the video;

13008 65 St Feature Sheet

Market Update from the Realtor’s Assocation of Edmonton – April 3rd, 2013

April 16th, 2013 by Kevin Grenier

The following is the monthly press release from the Realtor’s Association of Edmonton in its entirety. If you have any questions on this or would like further detailed statistics, information or analysis on your specific community or property, contact me atwww.kevingrenier.com

Housing prices and sales up in active, but balanced market

Edmonton, April 3, 2013: The REALTORS® Association of Edmonton reports that residential property prices in the Edmonton CMA1 were up again in March. The all-residential price (includes single family detached, condominiums, duplexes and row-houses) rose 3.5% in a month and single family detached prices were up 3.9%. Compared to March 2012, the all residential price was up 4.3% and the SFD price was up 7.0%.

“The average price increases are influenced by the prices paid on particular properties as well as the product mix in the period,” said President Darrell Cook. “Because of a shortage of lower priced homes, the average price is pushed up as buyers move up-market to find a home. The increase in average price may not increase the market value of a particular property.” The relative number of homes sold in the $450-650k price range increased from 12.2% to 14.5% year-over-year while homes under $300,000 dropped from 40.7% of the market to 38.2%.

The average price for a single family detached home was $416,739 in March, condos were priced at $246,574 (up 6.3% m/m), duplex and rowhouses at $316,110 (down 4.9% m/m) and the all-residential average price was $354,759. SFD prices peaked in May of 2007 at $424,400.

The demand for homes in the Edmonton area continues to be driven by net job creation and low unemployment, economic stability and low rental vacancy rates. Sales were brisk with the sales-to-listing ratio up at 57% for March which indicates that almost six of the ten homes listed during the month were sold. Days-on-market was down from 57 in February to 50 in March.

The number of homes available for sale in the MLS® System inventory was up from 4,183 to 4,741 in March. While this is an increase of 558 properties from last month, it is down 15.4% from the same time last year. The lower inventory is exerting upward pressure on prices but has a dampening effect on sales. “When first time buyers cannot find a house that meets their needs or are forced into a multiple offer situation, they often remain on the sidelines,” said Cook. “Low interest rates and rising rental rates create the interest and desire but lack of suitable properties means they are not able to make the transition to home ownership at this time.”

REALTORS® are facing some multiple offer situations on lower-priced property but overall, the market remains in balance with neither buyers nor sellers having an advantage in most neighbourhoods.

Residential sales in the Edmonton CMA were up 1.14% in March as compared to March 2012. There were 1,497 estimated sales (1,386 reported) on listings of 2,422 during the month. SFD sales were down 6.63% from last year but condo sales more than compensated at 8.84% y/y increase. Note that sales numbers are estimated to reflect late reported sales and make a more accurate comparison with prior month actual sales.

MLS® System Activity (for all-residential sales in Edmonton CMA1)

Want more real estate information? How about numbers specific to your property or community?

Give me a call..

Sincerely,

Kevin Grenier REALTOR®, ABR® SRS® (Accredited Buyer’s Realtor, Seller’s Representative Specialist)

780-893-0269

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3 The total value of sales in a category divided by the number of properties sold 
4 The middle figure in a list of all sales prices
5 Residential includes SFD, condos and duplex/row houses. 
6 Includes residential, rural and commercial sales

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