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An American Expat Guide To Buying Property In Canada

 

 

A property in Canada that you can buy as an American ex-pat.

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Since Canada is a country that becomes an instant favorite to whomever visits, it's no wonder that many Americans wish to live there. It's pretty developed and offers many opportunities and a fulfilling lifestyle. Because of its size and magnitude, it's always welcomed people from all around the globe. This means that if you're looking for a diverse and exciting place, Canada is the perfect fit. However, you will need to sort out a few things before you get to move there. Buying property in Canada when you're an American ex-pat may seem a bit difficult but, the truth is, you only need correct information on your side.   

 

 

Is purchasing a property

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Are you ready for the Edmonton Fall Home Show this weekend? Meet our top performing agent, Dil Sekhon, at The Scotiabank booth #245 & #346.

Make sure to catch Dil between 4-6 pm on Sunday, October 17th!

He's ready to inform you of the details of the current market and while you're there, see our portfolio of Luxury properties as well!

 

SEE YOU ALL!

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Moving, And Stressed About It? How To Cope

 

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So, you’re moving. Maybe you’re getting married or divorced, building a family, or looking for a job in a different location. You’re probably excited, nervous or even apprehensive about your coming change, but if you find the idea of moving stressful, you’re not alone. In fact, research reveals that six out of ten adults say that moving can be the most stressful event in their lives. Other research has found that moving can increase your chance of developing a stress-related condition by 30%. Combining a move with a major life transition — such as having a baby or getting divorced (both of which are common reasons to relocate) — can increase that risk to 50%.

 

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Smart Practices to Speed Up the Sale of Your Home

 

A man in a suit holding a toy home

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If you are in a hurry to sell your home yet haven’t done anything like it before, you might be stuck. There is just so much to plan for, after all! How to best approach potential buyers, pretty up your home, and even figure out prices. All of this can easily overwhelm someone who does not have enough experience. Do not worry, though! We are here to help with our guide on smart practices to speed up the sale of your home. With a little bit of help and guidance, we are sure you will figure things out. And have your house sold in absolutely no time at all!  

 

 

Hire a realtor immediately

We cannot stress enough how important it is to have a good realtor on

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Your Room-By-Room Unpacking Guide

Relocating to another home in scenic Edmonton can be downright exhausting. Once you've moved all the boxes into your new house, you’re not done yet! Unpacking and settling in can take just as much time as the packing process when you moved out of your former home. Staying organized as you unpack can help you complete your task efficiently, with the least stress possible.

 

Bedroom

 

Start by putting all the furniture where you'd like it to be. Assemble your bed — then position your dresser, nightstand, and any chairs and chests.

 

Not sure which furniture configuration is right for your bedroom? Consider the position of the windows and where natural light will enter. Avoid placing your bed in

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7 Tips For Long-Distance House Hunting

 

Woman looking troubled while using the computer to do long-distance house hunting.

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Moving to a new home is one of the most stressful experiences you will ever have, and it usually begins by searching for a suitable house. Searching for a home long distance only adds fuel to the fire, and it can make things a lot more complicated. In this article, we have put together a list of 7 tips for long-distance house hunting. Follow them to painlessly navigate the process and end up with your new dream home.  

 

 

1) Do your research 

All of the following steps will be a lot easier if you start by rolling up your sleeves and doing a lot of research. Learn everything you can about the area you plan to move to. You can start small by exploring the surroundings

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Miller, located in northeast Edmonton, is one of the most popular, sought-after neighourhoods in the city. It is bounded by 153 Avenue to the north, 50 Street to the west, and Manning Drive to the southeast.

There is good public transit to the area with the nearby Clareview LRT station and plenty of pedestrian networks. There is also a sports field, playground and wetland park. The neighbourhood is named after Abe William Miller, a Hungarian-born lawyer who practiced law for more than forty years and was a member of the City Council. 

Find more neighbourhood infographics HERE.

 

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5 Hazards In Every Backyard, And How To Handle Them

 

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The backyard can become the heart of the home during the hotter months. It’s a little slice of the outdoors that belongs to you that you can enjoy at your own leisure. 

When summer rolls in, backyards are in full swing, from sipping a coffee first thing on the lounger to dinner parties that see the sun go down. 

If your outdoor space is in regular use, it’s important to be aware of the many potential hazards. Keeping an eye and knowing what to look out for can prevent accidents waiting to happen. Here are five potential hazards in every backyard and how to handle them.  

 

 

Get to know your plants and flowers 

Plants and flowers are the

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Guide to staging your home before selling

A beautiful living room with a lot of light in a home that's been staged

Staging your home before selling means making it as desirable as possible in order for it to sell quicker and for a better price. The point of staging is to highlight a home's best features, impress potential buyers, and sell it as quickly as possible for the highest feasible price. Not all sellers stage their homes, especially those in lower price ranges. This means that you'll have an advantage if you go the extra mile and stage yours. Here's how to do it without a lot of fuss and stress.

 

Not all rooms are equally important 

When it comes to staging a home, not all rooms are equal. You should concentrate your efforts on the areas with the most significant potential to influence purchasers'

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The Bagga Team is very excited to welcome our newest addition in our agent roster, Jameela Husain!

If you’re looking for a friendly home consultant with only your best interest at heart, look no further! Jameela has many years of consultation experience that has given her the skills to successfully match clients with what they truly love. Her client expertise allows her to effectively listen to her clients' needs and wants and intuitively determine what they are looking for in a home.


Jameela is ready to help guide her clients through any challenges and make the home buying process as easy and enjoyable as possible.

Welcome aboard, Jameela! We can’t wait to collaborate and grow together! Let’s get homes SOLD!!!



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