Kitchen Color Makeover Ideas

Choosing new kitchen colors can be a tough choice. Not because it’s so hard, it’s that once you choose a color—you’re committed for life. Cabinets, countertops and tiles are all too difficult and expensive to replace if you don’t like


Green Home Improvement Projects That Can Help Sell Your Home

Some home improvement projects can be a boon to the resale value of your home; others can be a bust. One thing’s for certain—many green home improvement projects can not only help to increase a homes value, the energy-savings each

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Local Housing Market well-balanced: able to meet reasonable expectations Edmonton, May 3, 2011: According to the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton, the average price of housing remained relatively stable through April as compared to the previous month. The all-residential average price


Home Improvement Projects That Increase Curb Appeal

The first thing a prospective home buyer does is drive by the home. They notice the landscaping, the paint, the porch and the siding. If a client views the home as unsightly from the road, chances are their first impression


Three Green Home Improvement Products You’ve Never Heard Of

While we’ve all heard of solar panels and wind turbines, many other green home improvement products sit on the sidelines, waiting to become popular. Price, availability and unfamiliarity aren’t the only causes for a green product to go undiscovered and

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Edmonton market update April 2011

February Housing Prices mirror 2009 after increasing from January Edmonton, March 2, 2011: It was 2009 all over again if the housing figures released by the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton are any indication. Prices for all categories of residential property

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RE/MAX is Wack

A discussion between a RE/MAX agent, his client and a competing agent sets the stage for a rap song.

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Green Guide to Buying Appliances

When you’re in the market for a new appliance, “Going Green” is a buzzword you’re bound to hear from the salesperson at each appliance store you visit. Buying an energy efficient appliance not only saves money, it also saves our

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Alberta ‘most affordable’ for home buyers, RBC says

Home ownership became more affordable the final three months of last year for the second straight quarter, a report from Royal Bank of Canada says. However, RBC expects “the Bank of Canada will resume its rate-hike campaign this spring, and

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RE/MAX Barometer Report for Edmonton Feb 2011

RE/MAX of Western Canada, RE/MAX Ontario-Atlantic and RE/MAX Quebec released the RE/MAX Housing Barometer Report 2011 to the Canadian media on February 8, 2011. The initiative measured monthly sales-to-new listings ratios in 18 major centres across the country from January