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Wallpaper can create an accent wall, bright up a room or provide a temporary change. 

Wallpaper is much easier to install & remove than it ever used to be! Its a perfect solution if you want to change up a room or if you are an apartment dweller, great for not ruining the walls but gives you colour!  Just be sure to check with your Landlord. 

There are subtle designs or designs that add a lot of bright Colour! Check our photo gallery featuring spring themed wallpapers to bring vibrant colours into your living space.

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The first signs of warmer weather and spring are starting to appear. For homeowners, that means bringing out the home maintenance to-do list.

Fear not, we have some tips on what you need to do this season to get your house in the best condition. All these things can help preserve the value of your property and save you money down the line.

1. Go high
Examine the state of your roof to make sure there are no cracks, missing shingles, or leaking spots. While you’re poking around the upper levels of your home, have a look in the attic for leaks, water damage, and pests.

2. Probe wood trims and frames
The winter wetness can wreak havoc on the wooden elements in your home. Make sure any exposed wood is in good condition and not slowly rotting. Don’t

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We want to know from you, What are some of your routines & habits? What makes your morning a million dollar morning? 

Your routines make you better and helps to make you who you are. 

Websters dictionary defines Routine as: noun-> a sequence of actions regularly followed; a fixed program. Or as an adjective -> performed as part of a regular procedure rather than for a special reason.

Tell me Tuesday - Mani Bagga

We want to hear from you!

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Well its that time of the month again, the latest Examiner Ad.  We are so thankful to have a resource like the Edmonton Examiner to preview the many properties we have for our clients who have put their trust in us with their most expensive and valuable possession, their HOMES! 

 Edmonton Examiner

A Born Leader, Mani Bagga, Edmonton, AB

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First-time homebuyers have something to look forward to in the new 2019 federal budget: Canada's housing agency is offering to pitch in towards the purchase price. 

Exact details of how this "shared equity mortgage” will work still need to be hashed out by the government and are expected to be released in the fall. 

In the meantime, this is what we know so far about the new incentive: 

The First Time Home Buyer Incentive is a measure to help with housing affordability and lower the amount of money Canadians pay. 

Under the program, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) contributes up to 10 per cent of the purchase price of a home. This brings down the mortgage load for borrowers. 

In exchange, the CMHC gets a 10 per cent

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March 2019 Edmonton Market Report - Mani Bagga

March 2019 Edmonton Real Estate Report

Join Mani & Azra Bagga as they discuss the Market Report for Edmonton March 2019.

From the EREB, Released April 3, 2019:

Overall unit sales up relative to February 2019 When compared to February 2019, unit sales across all categories increased, with single family home sales increasing 27.84%, condo sales increasing 8.86% and duplex/rowhouse sales increasing 21.05%. Year over year sales are down in all major categories, with single family homes sales decreasing 12.57%, condo sales decreasing 18.06% and duplex/rowhouses sales decreasing 3.50%. Year to date sales for all residential categories were down 13.19% compared to March 2018. Average unit prices rose last month, relative to February, but are down

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Global News Woman of Vision (April 4)
A program that shares the inspirational stories of nearly 300 women who live in and around Edmonton.

Walk in Her Shoes (April 6)
Women and girls in developing countries must walk an average of 10,000 steps every day to collect the basics their families need to survive –water, food and firewood. This event helps raise awareness and funds to end the cycle of poverty.

AVENTURA Live Salsa Bachata Series (April 6 – 7)
A Latin dance series playing a mix of Salsa, Bachata and Kizomba music.

Calm Abiding Meditation Retreat (April 13)
Catch your breath at this one-day meditation retreat.

Spring Gallery Walk (April 13 – 14)
More than 30 artists and eight galleries are featured in this springtime tour.

The Celtic

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Home designs, though more permanent than the fast fashion of catwalks, still follow the ebbs and flows of trends.

What home buyers look for and want in a home is partially dependent on what is popular and trending at the time of purchase. Gone are the days of orange carpets, patterned curtains, and burgundy furniture of our parents’ generation.

Currently, the latest home trends reflect a shift in society due to land shortages, home prices, and the economy. Going smaller has become more popular, with an emphasis on sustainability and affordability, without forgoing comfort.

Here are some of the top trends right now.

1. Light and airy
Natural light has physical and mental benefits — and home buyers know that. People want to feel more

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