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Ambleside Homes For Sale Statistics

Current Home Prices Size (sq ft) Listing Price Listing Price/sq feet
High  3103 $835,000 $480.00
Low  571 $189,900 $230.18
Average 1665 $479,936 $298.03
Median 1697 $488,250 $283.54

Ambleside Houses & Condos Listings Statistics (7- Listings Sold)

Sold Home Prices Size (sq ft) Listing Price Listing Price/ sq feet Sold  Price Listing Price/sq feet Days on Market 
High  2263 $597,900 $299.52 $592,500 $292.90 41
Low  878 $259,900 $264.13 $249,500 $254.79 14
Average 1525 $417,173 $275.38 $410,290 $269.97 25

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Now you know you have your little wish list in your head, memorized and mentally waiting to be checked off as you sail from home to home, trying to find the right fit. People buy certain homes for vastly different reasons, whether it’s for sheer space, or features like garages and renovated kitchens. The one thing people often forget is to actually test a home if they are interested in it.

Test the home

Sure! Do what you’d do if you lived there. This will help you determine if you may be facing some cosmetic fixes if you buy or it, or if some more expensive problems are on the horizon. Here are a few things to do when you are walking through a home that you want to put an off on:

Open and close all the cupboards and drawers. This will tell you if…

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Being a first time home buyer is no easy thing. Scrimping and saving, on top of tightening the purse strings – not to mention the time you’ll spend house hunting and the possible bidding wars that may ensue. Isn’t it nice to know that you don’t have to do it all alone?Using Your RRSPs to Buy a Home - The Home Buyers' Plan (HBP)

The Home Buyers' Plan is a program that was established by the federal government that allows an individual (qualified as a first-time home buyer) to withdraw up to $20,000 tax-free from their RRSPs (that's $40,000 per couple) to buy or build a home, as long as it will be your primary residence. You can only use this program one time, and you must be a resident of Canada to benefit from it.

Participation in this…

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You’d be right to think that the current state of oil pricing is going to effect the housing market, especially in Edmonton. Edmonton home sales are expected to level out in 2015, but realtors and financial analysts are fairly certain it won’t be a prolonged issue.

Edmonton has enjoyed a healthy real estate market for the better part of 6 years now, and it had to come to an end sometime – or at least it had to slow down. Since the price of oil is effecting job availability in the energy sector, with many facing layoffs, the frequency of buying is expected to taper off in 2015. At the same time, the reduction in employee demand means fewer people migrating to Alberta from Eastern Canada, which means a decrease in the housing demand. Luckily, Edmonton…

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Listing information last updated on March 31st, 2023 at 1:46am CDT.