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Bonus rooms are tricky. It’s a great selling point for a room to have a flexible bonus room space because these days many people want extra space that can be used as an in-law space for an aging parent, a space for kids to hang out, or a home office. But when a buyer is looking at a listing online or touring a home they might be unable to visualize what a bonus room would look like furnished or how to use it. If they don’t know how to use it then that room is just empty space that isn’t functional and that’s not attractive to buyers.  Here are some expert tips for staging a bonus room so that buyers can see the potential that it has:

Pick A Function

BONUS ROOMTrying to make one room look good having multiple functions is just going to confuse a buyer. You can…

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In a healthy housing market such as Edmonton, you want to be sure you have a great agent working for you. Whether you are an experienced buyer or a first-timer, an Edmonton real estate agent will be working for you to get a great deal on a property you truly want. There are many ways to find a reputable agent, but word-of-mouth is usually the best. Ask your friends and family, or even co-workers, to recommend you an agent. By securing an agent in this manner, you can be sure of both their work ethic and their skills because the people you know wouldn’t have recommended anyone they didn’t like to you.
It is easy to skip this step, believe it or not. Many people begin their housing hunt online, sifting through dozens of listings just to get an idea of what…

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For a first time homebuyer, realizing you’ve finally saved up enough for a down payment is a proud and exciting day. But where so you begin? There are many things you’ll want in your new home, and maybe a few different neighbourhoods you would consider living in.

Begin by searching a neighbourhood or city you are interested in, within your price range. This will give you some idea of the amount of homes available within your budget, even if you don’t necessarily find anything you love right away. Secondly, you should contact a mortgage broker. A broker will tell first time homebuyers exactly what you can afford, which may mean adjusting the budget you already had in mind. A broker will take into consideration what you have saved, your credit, your…

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