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As more and more home buyers turn to online listings, video tours, and other digital tools to buy homes many in the real estate industry are wondering if open houses are still a viable way to sell houses. There’s no hard and fast answer to that question, but there’s also no doubt that for many agents open houses aren’t worth the cost and the hassle.

Open Houses Are Expensive And Time Consuming

open houseThrowing an open house requires a lot of preparation and planning and also they can be quite expensive. Making sure that the time is in good shape to be viewed, buying food and drinks and decorations as well as having piles of brochures and other paperwork printed can cost quite a bit. Agents need to give up an entire day, and sometimes an entire weekend to be

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Fraser Edmonton Real Estate Statistics May 21 - 2019

Lowest price MLS listing in Fraser Edmonton is $51,100 for the 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom 656 sq feet condo asking 77.84 per sq feet and Highest Listing Price is $698,800 for fully finished Two Story with 6 Bedrooms and 5.1 bathrooms, 3249 sq feet with double attached garage asking $215 per sq feet.  Average List price is $322,658.  Average Listing days in Fraser Edmonton is 45 days.

   

 

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Now that it’s become so common for buyers to look for homes online before even contacting a real estate agent some of them wonder why they even need an agent. Of course, we know why. But if you run into some resistance from potential buyers or sellers who question the need for trained real estate agents in this day and age here are some smart but still professional and polite ways to let them know that real estate agents do a lot more than just act as in intermediary:

Real Estate Agents Are Experts

 There is a lohome buyers and home sellerst more to the home buying process than just getting a mortgage, finding a house that you like, and buying it. The process of buying a first home can be confusing and frustrating for first-time buyers. Having an experienced real estate agent

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half duplexes edmontonLocated in the Family Friendly Community, this move in ready home is ideal for first-time buyers looking to start a family. This 2 story duplex features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms close to all amenities. The main floor features 9ft ceiling, a large great room with a fireplace, main floor laundry & open concept kitchen that flows into the dining area. Rear yard access for summer BBQs and entertaining on the deck!. Upstairs includes the large master bedroom with a closet and ensuite with 3 piece bath. There are 2 more nice size bedrooms and 4pc bath, linen closet complete this level. Windows are outfitted with Hunter Douglas blinds.  This home is landscaped, has a fenced backyard, a double detached insulated and drywalled garage. Unfinished Basement is Great

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One of the toughest things to do when you’re working with buyers, especially first-time buyers, is to manage their expectations of what they can find in their new home. A generation of people who have grown up with HGTV and home and property buying reality television now expect to get things like lots of square footage and high-end finishings on a bargain budget. That’s not usually possible, and in nearly all cases buyers will need to prioritize what is most important to them in a home. When buyers have unrealistic expectations, it can be difficult to get them interested in the homes that they can afford so managing their expectations is very important. Here are a few ways to make sure clients have realistic expectations without being confrontational:

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Even though the new year is still a few months off experts and analysts are already starting to predict what the big real estate trends will be in 2019 and it’s a good time for you start preparing for these new trends. According to the experts some of the hot trends in 2019 for real estate will be:

Millennial Buying

Even though it sometimes seems like Millennials are not buying homes the oldest Millennials are now in middle age and starting families and they are on the hunt for homes. Millennial buyers are specifically looking for homes that have open concept floor plans, add-ons like smart technology throughout the house, bonus spaces that can be adapted for creative space or dedicated office space, and family-friendly features like a dedicated

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