August 2019

Found 11 blog entries for August 2019.

Summer sales season is in full swing and it’s easy to get burned out when you’re trying to make the most of this hectic sales season. The key to surviving the summer sales season without breaking down or suffering from burnout is to try to maintain some balance in your life during this period. It can be difficult when you are working nonstop to get those some sales completed to take time for your own health and peace of mind but it’s essential that you do that in order to keep working and keep making sales throughout the summer. Here are some easy ways that you can take care of yourself and avoid burnout during summer sales season:

Go Phone Free For A Couple Of Hours

Experts say that you should try to unplug from your phone and the computer for at

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Mcleod Edmonton Real Estate Stats 2019

There are total 9 Active listings with single family homes. Average Selling price is 329,000 and highest selling price is $416,000. There were 2 Listings sold within 30 days. Average sold price of listing was 356,000  and highest sold price was 368,000. Average Sold days was 31 days. There is 4 months inventory in Mcleod Edmonton . Average Sold price is up 6.9% month over month in  2019.

   

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For sellers that want to list their homes trying to decide what home improvements they should invest in to make their homes more attractive to buyers without spending a fortune can be tricky. They want to make good investments that won’t end up costing them too much. Research shows that the most cost-effective home upgrades that sellers can do to get more attention to their homes and sell their homes faster are:

Replacing The Flooring

Flooring is something that potential buyers notice right away. If a home has outdated tile, mismatched vinyl, or other problematic flooring buyers will not be as interested in the home. Replacing the flooring is a big job and it’s not something buyers are going to want to do when they move into a home. Replacing the

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Mcconachie Area Edmonton Real Estate Stats 2019

 

There are total 67 Active listings with 15 condo listings and 52 single family homes. Average Selling price is 410,000 and highest selling price is $624,000. There were 17 Listings sold within 30 days. Average sold price of listing was 380,000  and highest sold price was 529,000. Average Sold days was 71days. There is 4 months inventory in Mcconachie Edmonton . Average Sold price is up 9% month over month in  2019.

   

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Mayliewan Edmonton Real Estate Statistics

 

There are total 14 Active listings single family homes. Average Selling price is 490,342 and highest selling price is $629,900. There were 4 Listings sold within 30 days. Average sold price of listing was 352,666 and highest sold price was 415,000. Average Sold days was 60 days. There is 4 months inventory in Mayliewan Edmonton . Average Sold price is up 3.3% month over month in  2019.

   

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Matt Berry Real Estate Statistics

 

There were total 13 Active listings with 6 condos and 7 single family homes. Average Selling price is 338,800 and highest selling price is $499,900. There were 2 Listings sold within 30 days. Average sold price of listing was 244,000 and highest sold price was 295,300. Average Sold days was 84 days. There is 4 months inventory in Matt Berry Edmonton. . Average Sold price is down 10.3% month over month in  2019.

   

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Homes Sale Statistics In Lago Lindo

There were total 19 Active listings with 2 condo and 17 single family homes. Average Selling price is 339,751 and highest selling price is $479,600. There were 4 Listings sold within 30 days. Average sold price of listing was 315,350 and highest sold price was 359,900. Average Sold  days was 40 days. There is 4 months inventory in Lago Lindo Edmonton. . Average Sold price is up 13.6% month over month in June 2019. 

   

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When it’s time for Baby Boomers to sell their big family homes and downsize some of them may struggle with the process. Even if they say they want to downsize they might insist that the downsized homes you show them aren’t big enough or don’t have enough family-friendly features because that’s what they’re used to. If you have found it challenging to deal with buyers who are in the process of downsizing and seem to not be sure of what they want here are some things that you can do to make them more open to smaller homes and to get clear on what their priorities really are:

Show Them Luxury Properties

One of the benefits of downsizing is that they will be able to afford a more luxurious new home that has features and amenities that they have

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