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So you’ve found a place you love. It has everything, or most everything on your wish list. It’s in the right price range, is a good investment for now and the future, and it’s in a part of the city you love. You’ve decided it’s the place for you and now you’re ready to make an offer. But what exactly is an offer to purchase? How does that process work? And how can you make sure you do it right? Here is some essential information on making an offer to purchase so that you do it right and get the price and move-in date you want.

Offer to Purchase Essentials

An offer to purchase is a legal and binding contract between two parties, a buyer and a seller, often made for large purchases like homes or other real estate. It is colloquially known as “making…

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In a strange set of circumstances, Edmonton is in a rare moment where there are an abundance of rental properties, and maybe not enough bodies to fill them all. The discovery came this month from Edmonton’s chief economist, John Rose, who pointed to a number of factors that have led to the interesting situation. Here are some of the causes of the recent rental issue in Edmonton and how it could affect you or your future real estate purchases.

One of the major reasons that Edmonton is going to have a rental property abundance actually has little to do with the present and everything to do with the past. Last year, the announcement of The Oliver, a downtown rental apartment block that’s dedicated to “luxury” living, was noted as being the first…

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So you’ve bought your first home. You’ve probably discovered that there’s more to owning your new home than simply paying the mortgage every month. In fact, you’ve probably noticed there are a bunch of things you need to do to keep your home running. Keeping the to-do list, however, is easy compared to the don’t list, especially since many people won’t tell you what not to do. Here are some things you should never do as a home owner, and why they can lead to bad consequences.

1. Don’t Go Spending Money on Renovations and Decorating

You may not love the furniture you have, and it may not fit your vision of your home’s look, but it’s at least free. New furniture, especially nice furniture, is not cheap. It’s an investment and one that may have to wait…

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