This Month Mani and Azra discuss the latest Market Updates for Edmonton, they provide the Statistics
February 2019 Edmonton Real Estate Market Report Video
"Unit sales and average prices up in February
From the EREB https://realtorsofedmonton.com/web/RAE_Public/Market_Statistics/Monthly_Market_Stats.aspx
Edmonton, March 4, 2019When compared to January 2019, unit sales across all categories increased, with single family home sales increasing 23.31%, condo sales increasing 26.05% and duplex/rowhouse sales increasing 17.53%. Year over year sales are down in all major categories, with single family homes sales decreasing 2.73%, condo sales decreasing 6.62% and duplex/rowhouses sales decreasing 9.60%. Year to date sales for all…
Today we Celebrate International Woman’s Day. To all the Women near and far, we celebrate you! We know it can be hard but we are here for you and Know that you are STRONG no matter what! #internationalwomensday#theBaggaTeam#edmonton#Strength#Women#Celebratewomen#strongwomen
Celebrating International Women’s day today. Here’s to the Women in our lives. Every day celebrate them, encourage and life them up. Push them to go far. #InternationalWomansDay #TheBaggaTeam #strongwomen #lovethem #encouragethem #edmonton
We are only as successful as the Clients that put their trust in us, so we want to say THANK YOU! Without your trust and support, we would never sell the properties we do.
Again Thank you to these Happy Seller, we are so Happy that we were able to generate a successful Sale for you!
Our latest Examiner Ad has been added to the Edmonton Post Website. Its important to get as much exposure to our Properties as possible, therefore we value all the Edmonton Examiner offers. Our clients see a boost in interest after we use the publication. We are a big supporter of all Media streams and the Examiner is one of them!
Swing into Spring: Witches Market (March 9)
The Original Witches Market brings in spring with more than 40 vendors selling everything from herbs to soul stones.
Floral Education Week (March 11 – 15)
Florists come together for a week of information sessions all about plants, aimed at anyone looking to start a career in the industry or simply learn more about flowers.
Edmonton Boat and Sportsmen’s Show (March 14 – 17)
The show covers all aspects of outdoor life from boating and off-roading to hiking and fishing.
Annual Interfaith Symposium (March 14)
A ladies-only event that brings women together for an interfaith dialogue focused on peace and respect.
Spring Craft Retreat (March 15- 16)
A workshop to learn all about creation and craft-making.
Rooms in the home hold value for different things. For example, the Kitchen is often called the heart of the home whereas some people feel their Master Suite is a relaxing retreat to get away from the stressors of the day and enjoy moments of Solitude. The Living room is comfortable for conversations with guests and the Basement tends to hold the Fun stuff with games, Tv's, theatre's, bars and activities.
So tell us, Which room do you spend most of your time in? We want to hear from you!
Who doesn’t dream of a multi-room house with a large garden and picket fence? But sometimes, your palace might be a bit smaller than you hoped and you’ll have to get creative with the space.
Tiny homes, which are less than 400 square feet, are becoming increasingly popular in big cities like Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. Despite their size, tiny homes are subject to the same land use bylaws as other residencies.
However, mobile tiny homes have to abide to a different set of municipal rules, depending on whether they are built on a chassis or on a permanent undercarriage. For example, parking regulations can vary city to city.
We turned to people living in the smallest of spaces for advice: those living in vans, RVs, micro-homes,…
Every January, Edmonton mails out property assessments for both municipal and provincial taxation purposes. The assessment reflects the estimate market value — essentially how much it would sell on an open market.
The tax rate is calculated by dividing the city’s budgetary needs by the number of properties assessed. As an individual homeowner, you then pay a share of that tax based on the rate and the assessed value of your property.
This means that the amount of tax you pay each year can fluctuate based on the assessed value of your home or the city’s budget.
If you disagree with the assessment, it’s possible to dispute it.
Before reaching out to the city, check the factual information on record, review your assessment, and compare your…
The BAGGA Team would like to say thank you to all of our clients past & present for making us the Team we are. We think of you as being part of our family. We are very grateful for your continued patronage because we wouldn’t be here without loyal customers like you. You could have chosen any other business, but we appreciate that you have put your trust with us. Thank you, again, and have a great day!