25 SMART Home Improvement Tips You Need to Know

So, you’re ready to do some home improvement but don’t know where to start? Well, rest easy because we’ve got some great tips and tricks for you. Whether you’re selling your house or want to spruce it up and make a warm environment for you and your family, home improvement doesn’t always have to cost you an arm and a leg. Best of all, you can do most of it

yourself. From weekend home improvement projects to best home improvements to increase value, there are plenty of things to improve your home. But, before you hop in, you’ll want to keep some things in mind. So, get out your toolbox, cause I’m Al with Tool-Time…I mean Mike with List25 and here are 25 Smart Home Improvement Tips You Need to Know. 25. Being zealous to take on any project, it can be easy to forget basic safety. Sometimes you might try to cut corners to save some money to the detriment of your safety. But, no matter what, always wear the

appropriate equipment whether it be eyewear, gloves, foot protection, or something else. 24. 300 people die from falling off ladders each year and 164,000 people end up in the emergency room.

On top of that, the United States is the world leader in ladder deaths. So, buy a strong, sturdy ladder, and follow appropriate safety guidelines. 23. Hanging pictures is the most frustrating task when decorating your new home. While there are numerous gimmicky tools to help you solve this problem, all you need is some blue painters tape. Stretch the tape from one hole to the other and then place the tape on the wall where you want the picture to be. Hammer in the nails at each end of the tape. 22. Whenever doing any project, always remember to measure thrice (that’s 3 times) and cut once.

Be meticulous, take your time, and be sure what you’re doing is exact. Otherwise, you might make more work for yourself down the road. 21. If you’re a homeowner, no one has to tell you energy is expensive. It can suck the money right out of your wallet. A top priority should be finding the energy holes in your house and fixing them. It could be as easy as replacing your light bulbs to LEDs, upgrading your appliances, getting a smart

thermostat, or installing better insulation. 20. Speaking of saving on energy, you should shut your closet doors regularly. Yes, it might sound ridiculous, but it’s true. Making sure your closet doors are shut insulates your house and saves on energy. 19. Ditch the cheap tools you got for Christmas or those old tools you’ve been using since college and go invest in some quality tools that you can use for years. It shouldn’t have to be said, but having good tools will make your job much easier.

18. If you want to keep your house fresh and clean, save some money, and stay healthier, then make your own cleaning solutions. There are plenty of easy recipes online without the harsh chemicals of store-bought cleaners. 17. Let’s face it, most people

forget to replace the furnace filter. A clogged up filter will put extra strain on the blower, making it work harder and potentially wrecking your furnace in the process. Set a reminder on your calendar to replace the filter regularly. Depending on the filter, you might have to replace it once a month or once every three months. Regardless, make sure to replace it. 16. Usually, a hot water heater is set at 140 degrees Fahrenheit, but it doesn’t need to be that scalding hot. The U.S. Department of Energy recommends putting it down to 120 degrees, instead. 15. If you’re looking to sell your house, it goes without saying you’ll want to spruce up the property. However, it doesn’t make sense to put money into projects that won’t give you much of a return. Once you’ve figured out what those are for you, prioritize them by value and start checking them off the list once completed.

14. Maybe you want to upgrade your kitchen but don’t have the money. An easy and quick way to give your kitchen a tiny spruce is to update the cabinet pulls in your kitchen. You can do it yourself, and it won’t break the bank. 13.

Depending on the age of your faucets, you might need to replace them. Whether hard water has damaged them, or they’re not cosmetically appealing anymore, replacing a faucet is easy and fairly inexpensive. 12. If you have kids, or if you’re honest with yourself and know you stay in the shower too long, installing a shower timer might be just what you need. It’s easy and will help you reduce the amount of water you use.

11. It might sound strange, but replacing your garage door can give you one of the highest returns on investment, approximately percent. If you get a little better-looking door than you already have, it’ll greatly improve your house, make it sell faster, and for more. 10. While you’re replacing doors, you’ll want to turn to your front door next. Upgrade to a steel entry door, and you’ll likely see a 1percent return on investment. 9.

Outside lighting fixtures near your entryways and garage can look pretty worn and rusty over time. If yours look like they need to be replaced, there’s no easier way to give your house good curb appeal than replacing them. 8. Everyone loves popcorn, but today, unfortunately, no one loves popcorn ceilings. They scream outdated. The bad news is this isn’t an easy process and requires many steps and patience to see it through, including asbestos testing if your house was built before the 80’s. 7. Painting the interior trim is no small feat, but if your house has an outdated trim, giving it a modern and updated look will certainly improve the quality of the home.

Unfortunately, this will require patience and plenty of research. Use the wrong brushes or rush the project and you might do more harm than good. 6. Some home improvement projects can easily be done by a novice repairman. Do a little research, maybe ask a friend to give you a hand, and get the task done. Others, however, are much more difficult and should not be done by an unskilled professional. Know when to call a contractor or professional when a job seems like too much. It’ll give you peace of mind knowing it was done right. 5. If you want to sell your house, putting up a neutral coat of paint will help make your house look new, clean, and fresh.

Or, if you’re sticking around, putting up some color will

certainly make you feel more at home. You’ll be simply amazed at what a change it will make! 4. Who said you needed a large home office? If you’re looking for a home office, but you’re tight on space, you can convert your closet into one. 3. Solar energy has become the new thing to do. Installing solar panels will save you money in the long run on energy costs, and if you do it before 12/31/2019, the U.S. government will give you a 30% tax credit. 2. Not all landscaping has to be done by a professional. Whether you want to add a stone path, do a little gardening, or just improve the look of your lawn, a little bit of work on the outside of your house can go a long way.

1. If you haven’t’ replaced your shower head in a while, it might be time to replace it, especially if you have hard water. Hard residue and scum can build up over time, reducing the water pressure. Fortunately, replacing a shower head is cheap, easy, and will greatly improve your showers. So, do you have any home improvement tips we may have missed? Let us know in the comments below, or tweet your answer to us @List25.

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How To Create Real Estate Content

– On this episode I talk about turning points, content, real estate, and chugging. (upbeat music) You ask questions, and I answer them. This is the #AskGaryVee Show. (upbeat music) Hey everybody, this is Gary Vay-ner-chuk, and welcome to Episode 36 of the #AskGaryVee Show. Fun fact about the number 36: it’s the last time I’m doing a fun fact about a number. – Barry asks: “Gary, love to hear your opinion on whether a PR company or a person should be overseeing social media for a business.” – Barry, great question, and before I even answer it, I just want to thank you for being a long time interactor friend with me. I don’t like using the word fan, but I say it sometimes, it just slips. Barry, I’ve always enjoyed our conversations on Twitter over the last four years, so thrilled to have you on the show. I think I know where you’re going with this question, which is the notion of, VaynerMedia was built on coming into companies and taking the social media away from PR companies.

Some of the bigger PR companies in the world right now have built out social media departments and they’ve done a nice job, to varying degrees. I wanted to answer this question because I want to get people around the psychology of the difference between PR and social, and why I do think that, of course there’s people, hundreds of people in this company have worked in PR before, so there’s some great things about PR. Being able to handle pressure, the speed of it. The difference though, is PR is very B2B. When you’re a PR person and you’re working with a client, the Yankees, you’re trying to get them press in the New York Times, The New York Post, ESPN. You’re working directly with a human being who’s the gatekeeper to make a decision. When you’re doing social, you’re dealing with all the fans, and it’s much more B2C. So I don’t have a problem if a PR person or company is doing the social for a company or individual, I just want to make sure they have a different gear in their brand understanding, brain, not brand, but that was an interesting slip-up.

I just want to make sure they have that gear to know that they need to be looking at this as a B2C game, versus the B2B game that is PR. – eastcountytoday says, “Gary, love the iTunes touch. When was the moment you knew you would be okay when starting your company?” – East County, right? That’s a little bone thugs reference to episode, I can’t remember. East county, the moment I knew that I was gonna make it was the first day I walked into my dad’s liquor store. And the reason I decided to answer this question and trying to find value for everybody watching other than me bragging about that I had the bravado from day one was, the notion of not even worrying about that moment.

Meaning, one of the biggest things that I’m trying to teach, I’m turning a lot today. One of the things I’m trying to teach all my management here at VaynerMedia, and all my founders in my start-up investments and my co-founders in companies that had meeting with my co-founders at Resy last night, the number one thing I keep telling everybody is to not worry about the things that don’t matter.

Worrying about or trying to figure out, this is the moment when I made it, is something that I think cripples people, and I just don’t even think about those things. I could answer this question two ways, which are the two right ways, which is one: The moment I walked into my dad’s store, because I had that confidence, or I could answer the other way that’s equally as true, pulling on both sides like a bridge, which is, I haven’t made it yet.

They both are right, and the truth is, outside of this question, I don’t think about it at all, ever, period. And the reason I’m answering the question is because I’m trying to get as many of you who are watching the show right now to not worry about those things. Worry about executing, worry about feeling good about your life, don’t worry about making it. Because making it is an outside force. The inside force of you just doing it is what you should be focused on. – Kyle asks, “Gary, is there a way to drive traffic to a website when posting content directly to Facebook?” – Kyle, yes.

(bell ringing) As you can tell, that Facebook post on my fan page drove a crap load of traffic to my Medium article, which is content. I answered this question because I wanted to show you raw details because I think raw details is even a deeper version of this show, and I continue to try to go deep within myself to really drive you value, especially because this is only a 50 episode experiment. Just kidding. And so, the answer is absolutely. Facebook is actually probably one of the biggest drivers of content awareness outside of itself to other destinations in the world right now, so the question is, how do you do it organically, how do you do it in a paid, targeted way? What I just showed you was organic. I have a pretty big foundation of 150,000 fans on that page, but there’s people that I’ve seen post content that have 800 fans, and enough people shared it and enough people liked it, enough people commented it and shared it not only within Facebook but outside of it, that it created fire. Facebook is content awareness infrastructure in a 2015 world. So not only is there a way, I think it’s one of the singular best ways, and so I would highly recommend making an investment in Facebook fan pages, recognizing the distribution opportunities that it creates for content you’re putting outside of its network.

– Hey Gary, I’m a realtor, and our team puts out a lot of video. (bell ringing) – Ha, the ding. – In Episode Eight you said it was important to put up daily content, so my question to you is, if you were a realtor, what kind of daily video content would you produce? – So that was a tremendous video. Let’s all at the VaynerNation pay attention to multiple things, including he was wearing the R.O.I. of your mother T-shirt, the fact that he dinged the jab-jab-jab in the background, a random man walked by in the background, which is a reference to some of the stuff we’ve done on the show. If you’re listening on the podcast, I highly recommend you go to YouTube and watch this episode just to watch this video, ’cause it was tremendous. My answer is very simple. If I was a realtor, the thing that I would do more than anything is actually review the area around the places where I sell homes.

Let me explain. If I’m selling homes in Millburn, New Jersey, I’m putting out a daily piece of content reviewing the school, then I’m interviewing the individual teachers if I can get access to them, then I’m reviewing every local business, the Subway shop, the wine shop, then I’m interviewing literally people that have lived in the neighborhood for 50 years. I’m putting out content to make you romantic around the stories in the area, because people pick them for utility.

What I mean by that is, convenience of transportation, how quickly from the office, but they also pick because of the school systems, and there’s a lot of data out there on that, but how about making it a little warmer and interviewing Miss Robinson the third grade teacher,. And then obviously kind of the amenities around it, the playground, the best stores. I remember a realtor telling me that people moved to Short Hills because of Wine Library. I thought that was cool. It felt like such an anchor to that area. And so what I would do is daily content on the 20 mile radius or 10 mile radius around the area where you sell the homes.

The stories that are tucked away in the businesses and the school system, and the iconic neighbors that have been around forever, those stories are the narrative that will create emotion which will be on a tipping point scale, on a 50/50, may be the thing that tips someone to buying your home. – Sean asks, “Gary, most big successes have a huge turning point where things really take off. What was that turning point for Wine Library?” – Sean, great question. I guess there were some turning points when the Wine Spectator ad that we ran, the first New York Times full page ad, the time I reset the score and took 50% of the beer off the floor and added more wine, when I started WineLibrary.com, the day I started the email service, the day I jumped into Robert Parker’s forums in ’97 and became part of the internet community around wine, the 2000 Bordeaux Vintage, when we bought heavy, when I first started promoting wines nobody ever heard of on email, Richard Partridge Cabernet comes to mind, when I hired Brandon.

As you can tell, there are many moments that we made it, but it was just trucking along, building on top of each other step by step. My friends, if you listen to two of my answers on this show, you understand one very interesting thing about me, which is, I may have the energy of the hare, but I am the tortoise. (bell ringing) You know what I’m putting up there, right? That beautiful thing you did, Zak. Show Zak. You did a very nice job on that one. For everybody listening, I’m pointing to the tortoise and hare image I put out on Instagram.

Go check me out on Instagram/garyvee. Anyway, when I made it, the turning point moment, everybody who’s watching and asking these questions are looking for this sign, like I saw the sign, It’s not that. It’s head down, you love and believe in what you do, and you just never think about those moments, you just keep trucking along. It’s lunch pail mentality, it’s old school Eastern European put-in-the-work mentality. I don’t think about these things, guys. The Fortune 40 Under 40 that just happened, is that a turning point in my career? Sure, some people now think of me differently ’cause I’m in the context of those people, but it’s not. It’s just chug and chug and chug and chug and chug and chug and chug and chug, And so chug. Thanks for watching the show. You like that DRock? (giggling off camera) Don’t edit that part, I want your giggle in there. Thanks for watching the show everybody. Episode 36 in the bag. Question of the day. (sighs) You know, to use this whole theme of the show, question of the day, very simply, do you think you’re a chugger, or do you think that you had a turning point moment, and if it was, what was that? And by the way, Episode 35, we dropped off of the momentum of Episode 34 on the banter.

I’ve told you about the banter. I can’t be in this situation where I have to yell at you about banter and then it happens and then you fall off your next episode. I expected maybe 15 episodes, and I’d have to talk about banter again, but the community, get in the comments. Get in the comments. Thank you. You keep asking questions, I’ll keep answering them. Oh crap, wait, subscribe! I need subscriptions because I can’t push this many right hooks in social, so subscribe! .

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Edmonton Real Estate - 17604 53 Avenue, Gariepy, Edmonton, T6M 1G5

Edmonton Real Estate – 17604 53 Avenue, Gariepy, Edmonton, T6M 1G5

Edmonton Real Estate – 17604 53 Avenue, Gariepy, Edmonton, T6M 1G5

4 Beds4 Baths$619,900

2,078 SQ. FeetBuilt In 1979Lot Size: 6,534 sqft

Single FamilyMLS #E4168796

Wanting a home steps away from river valley trails,unparalleled curb appeal,and timeless character in every inch? If the answer is YES, good thing you’ve found this home in Gariepy.4 great sized bedrooms,3.5 baths including an upgraded ensuite, and fully finished WALK-UP basement.You need to view this home in person to appreciate the elegance of the formal dining room with upgraded crown moulding,comfort of the wood burning fireplace in the front sitting room,beauty of the granite in the kitchen,plus much more!This corner lot has gorgeous front and side yards w/ mature trees and immaculate landscaping.The backyard is an entertainers dream w/ 3 tiered deck, privacy protected by well kept greenery.Notice the dormers of this home providing even more square feet than advertised.All the pricey maintenance/upgrades have been done in recent years including furnace,HW tank, roof, driveway, and almost all the windows. The seller is also offering a $4,000 credit to buyers toward appliances included in list price!

Essential Information

  • MLS® #E4168796
  • Price$619,900
  • Bedrooms4
  • Bedrooms Above Grade3
  • Bathrooms4.00
  • Full Baths3
  • Half Baths1
  • Has EnsuiteY
  • Square Footage2,078
  • Acres0.15
  • Year Built1979
  • Property TypeSingle Family
  • Building TypeResidential Detached Single Family
  • Style2 Storey

Interior

  • FlooringCarpet, Ceramic Tile, Hardwood
  • Goods IncludedDishwasher-Built-In, Dryer, Microwave Hood Cover, Oven-Built-In, Refrigerator, Vacuum System Attachments, Vacuum Systems, Washer, See Remarks
  • HeatingForced Air-1
  • Has BasementYes
  • BasementFull, Fully Finished, Walk-up
  • FireplaceYes
  • FireplacesWood, Granite Surround
  • # of Stories3

Community Information

  • Address17604 53 Avenue
  • AreaEdmonton
  • CommunityGariepy
  • CityEdmonton
  • CountyALBERTA
  • ProvinceAB
  • Postal CodeT6M 1G5

Exterior

  • ExteriorBrick, Vinyl
  • RoofAsphalt Shingles
  • ConstructionWood Frame
  • FoundationConcrete

Amenities

  • FeaturesDeck, Detectors Smoke, Gazebo, No Smoking Home, Vacuum System-Roughed-In, Walk-up Basement
  • Exterior FeaturesCul-De-Sac, Fruit Trees/Shrubs, Golf Nearby, Landscaped, Public Transportation, Treed Lot, Corner, See Remarks
  • ParkingDouble Garage Attached
  • # Garage Parking Spaces2
  • Garages20’W X 18’/22’L

Additional Information

  • Lot ShapeIrregular
  • Front ExposureSouth

Map, Directions & Schools

Edmonton Real Estate - # 306 7327 118 Street, Belgravia, Edmonton, T6G 1S5

Edmonton Real Estate – # 306 7327 118 Street, Belgravia, Edmonton, T6G 1S5

Edmonton Real Estate – # 306 7327 118 Street, Belgravia, Edmonton, T6G 1S5

PENTHOUSE SUITE IN EDMONTON’S MOST DESIRABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD with PRIVATE ROOF TOP TERRACE! This renovated 1,414 sq.ft. 2 bedroom 2 bath PLUS 2nd floor loft condo in Stratford Belgravia. Amazing park views from all windows & fully air conditioned. Efficiently designed & renovated kitchen incl. S/S appliances & is adjacent to dining room area. Living room boasts soaring vaulted ceiling, n/g fireplace, ample natural light with huge windows & doors leading to balcony. Master bedroom of your dreams incl. walk-in closet & luxury ensuite with your own personal sauna! Main floor completed with additional bedroom, full bath & walk-in laundry/pantry space. Open concept loft overlooks living room & leads to exclusive, private roof top deck amazing for entertaining. Heated underground tandem parking stall with storage. Building has undergone extensive renovations & incl. social room & fully equipped fitness room. Amazing location is blocks away from Saskatchewan Dr, LRT, University & all amenities. Welcome home!

Essential Information

  • MLS® #E4163998
  • Price$425,000
  • Bedrooms2
  • Bedrooms Above Grade2
  • Bathrooms2.00
  • Full Baths2
  • Has EnsuiteY
  • Square Footage1,414
  • Acres0.00
  • Year Built1992
  • Property TypeCondo / Townhouse
  • Building TypeLowrise Apartment
  • StyleMulti Level Apartment

Interior

  • FlooringCeramic Tile, Laminate Flooring
  • Goods IncludedAir Conditioning-Central, Dishwasher-Built-In, Dryer, Fan-Ceiling, Hood Fan, Oven-Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove-Electric, Washer
  • HeatingIn Floor Heat System
  • BasementNone, No Basement
  • FireplaceYes
  • FireplacesGas, Corner
  • # of Stories2

Community Information

  • Condo NameStratford Belgravia
  • Address# 306 7327 118 Street
  • AreaEdmonton
  • CommunityBelgravia
  • CityEdmonton
  • CountyALBERTA
  • ProvinceAB
  • Postal CodeT6G 1S5

Exterior

  • ExteriorFiber Cement Siding
  • RoofFiberglass
  • ConstructionWood Frame
  • FoundationConcrete

Amenities

  • FeaturesAir Conditioner, Car Wash, Deck, Exercise Room, Laundry-In-Suite, Parking-Extra, Patio, Secured Parking, Security Door, Social Rooms, Storage-In-Suite, Storage-Locker Room
  • Parking Spaces2
  • Exterior FeaturesBacks Onto Park/Trees, Golf Nearby, Playground Nearby, Public Transportation, Schools, Shopping Nearby, Ski Hill
  • ParkingHeated, Underground, Tandem

Additional Information

  • Condo Fee$589
  • Condo Fee IncludesExterior Maintenance, Heat, Insurance for Common Areas, Landscape and Snow Removal, Parking, Professional Management, Reserve Fund Contributions, Water/Sewer
  • Front ExposureWest

Map, Directions & Schools

Edmonton Real Estate - # 44 655 Watt Boulevard, Walker, Edmonton, T6X 0Y2

Edmonton Real Estate – # 44 655 Watt Boulevard, Walker, Edmonton, T6X 0Y2

Edmonton Real Estate – # 44 655 Watt Boulevard, Walker, Edmonton, T6X 0Y2

This beautifully maintained END UNIT has over 1400 sq ft of living space plus a DOUBLE attached garage. Stunning open floor plan featuring GRANITE countertops and STAINLESS STEEL appliances. Off the kitchen is a large maintenance free deck with a gas line for your bbq. Perfect for entertaining! Upstairs you will find 3 bedrooms, 4 piece bathroom, laundry room, and the master bedroom has a CUSTOM BUILT IN SHELVING UNIT and it’s own 4 piece bath! Want More? This home comes with some great extras! AIR CONDITIONING, security system, floor drain and water tap in the garage, and a visitor parking stall right beside the home. Located in the great community of Walker Lakes this complex also has a club house witch includes a gym and social room. Pride of ownership in this ORIGINAL OWNER home. Come check it out!

Essential Information

  • MLS® #E4159215
  • Price$289,900
  • Bedrooms3
  • Bedrooms Above Grade3
  • Bathrooms3.00
  • Full Baths2
  • Half Baths1
  • Has EnsuiteY
  • Square Footage1,241
  • Acres0.03
  • Year Built2012
  • Property TypeCondo / Townhouse
  • Building TypeTownhouse
  • Style3 Storey

Interior

  • FlooringCarpet, Laminate Flooring, Linoleum
  • Goods IncludedAir Conditioning-Central, Alarm/Security System, Dishwasher-Built-In, Dryer, Garage Control, Garage Opener, Microwave Hood Cover, Refrigerator, Stove-Electric, Washer, Window Coverings
  • HeatingForced Air-1
  • Has BasementYes
  • BasementPart, Fully Finished
  • # of Stories3

Community Information

  • Condo NameSouthern Springs
  • Address# 44 655 Watt Boulevard
  • AreaEdmonton
  • CommunityWalker
  • CityEdmonton
  • CountyALBERTA
  • ProvinceAB
  • Postal CodeT6X 0Y2

Exterior

  • ExteriorVinyl
  • RoofAsphalt Shingles
  • ConstructionWood Frame
  • FoundationConcrete

Amenities

  • FeaturesAir Conditioner, Detectors Smoke, Laundry-In-Suite, No Animal Home, No Smoking Home, Parking-Visitor, Recreation Room/Centre, Storage-In-Suite
  • Exterior FeaturesPlayground Nearby, Public Transportation, Schools, Shopping Nearby
  • ParkingDouble Garage Attached
  • # Garage Parking Spaces2

School Information

  • ElementaryShauna May Seneca School
  • MiddleShauna May Seneca School
  • HighJ Percy Page

Additional Information

  • Condo Fee$211
  • Condo Fee IncludesExterior Maintenance, Insurance for Common Areas, Landscape and Snow Removal, Parking, Professional Management, Recreation Facility, Reserve Fund Contributions
  • Front ExposureSoutheast
Edmonton Real Estate - 9124 132 Avenue

Edmonton Real Estate – 9124 132 Avenue

Edmonton Real Estate – 9124 132 Avenue

$300,000, 4 Beds 2 Baths 1,044 Sqft .14 Acres 2 Garages

About This Property

Glengarry bungalow across from a school field! All amenities within walking distance. VINYL sided on the front, CHAIN-LINKED fence on the large rear yard, perfect for a family. Inside has original HARDWOOD in the living room, 3 bedrooms and a 4pc bath on the main floor. Cook in the kitchen featuring UPGRADED APPLIANCES and extra cupboards. Entertain in the open living room/dining room area. Basement is finished with a rec room, 3pc bathroom, a den for a home office and a laundry area. Park in the large double detached garage, perfect for keeping your cars cozy. Nice neighborhood, good solid… more »

Essential Information

MLS® #E4167780
Price$300,000
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms2.00
Full Baths2
Square Footage1,044
Acres0.14
Year Built1960
TypeSingle Family
StyleBungalow
StatusACTIVE

Sub-Type

Residential Detached Single Family

Community Information

Address9124 132 Avenue
AreaEdmonton
SubdivisionGlengarry
CityEdmonton
CountyALBERTA
ProvinceAB
Postal CodeT5E 0Y3

Amenities

Parking Spaces4
ParkingDouble Garage Detached
# of Garages2

Features

Hot Water Natural Gas, Laundry-In-Suite

Interior

InteriorHardwood, Laminate Flooring
HeatingForced Air-1
Has BasementYes
BasementFull, Fully Finished
# of Stories2

Interior Features

Dryer, Garage Control, Garage Opener, Oven-Microwave, Refrigerator, Storage Shed, Stove-Electric, Washer, Window Coverings

Exterior

ExteriorStucco, Vinyl
RoofAsphalt Shingles
ConstructionWood Frame
FoundationConcrete

Exterior Features

Back Lane, Fenced, Playground Nearby, Public Swimming Pool, Public Transportation, Schools, Shopping Nearby

School Information

ElementaryGlengarry
MiddleKillarney
HighQueen Elizabeth

Is owning a home still the American dream?

Is owning a home still the American dream?

Rogers Healy & Assoc. Real Estate owner Rogers Healy on the state of the housing market.

FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York — the business capital of the world — FBN launched in October 2007 and is the leading business network on television, topping CNBC in Business Day viewers for the second consecutive year. The network is available in more than 80 million homes in all markets across the United States. Owned by FOX, FBN has bureaus in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and London.

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CHEAPEST Mansions And Castles For Sale!

Check out the CHEAPEST Mansions And Castles For Sale! From amazing castles selling for 1$ to other insanely cheap real estate, this top 10 list of deserted but dirt cheap real estate will make you wonder if this is for you! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our “REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!” video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our “10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!” video here: https://youtu.be/0XROvoPCDNc Watch our “STRANGEST Animals People Keep As Pets!” video here: https://youtu.be/OMa96nPqz-Y 10. Homes in Gary, Indiana ($1) With people moving to larger cities and away from rural communities, homes and neighborhoods get run down and in urgent need of repair. Local authorities have to come up with creative solutions on how to deal with this, but Gary, Indiana, came up with a radical idea- they would make homes available to buy for only one dollar! 9. Italian Village Home ($54/month) If you’ve always wanted to move to Europe amongst the glorious mountains of Italy, then you missed out on a great offer that was made by the village of Bormida in 2017. After population numbers started falling, the mayor wanted to encourage new people to come the area. You don’t want your town to die!! So he started a scheme that made houses very affordable. 8. Homes in Stoke, UK (£1) Homes in the UK sell for an average of 180,000 pounds, which is the equivalent to about 230,000 dollars, and are notoriously difficult to purchase for large amounts of people in the country. That’s why, when special offers are made available, there’s huge interest and they go in no time at all. 7. Czech Castle ($13,000) If a house is too low-key for you, and you’d rather snap up a castle for a bargain, then there was an offer in 2016 that would have been perfect- in the Czech Republic. It’s a country known for its opulent architecture, and this opportunity was amazing. The Libejovice chateau, a stunning mustard-colored Renaissance palace, was put on the market for just 13,000 dollars. 6. Japanese Home ($0) According to a report in 2013, there were more than 8 million unoccupied homes across Japan. This is a surprise for a country that’s so densely populated, but people tend to live in the cities- leaving some rural areas feeling desolate and abandoned. Still, in Tokyo itself it was estimated that 1 in 10 homes were empty, which is far more than the rates seen in New York or London. 5. An Italian Castle (0$) See, you can still have your Italian Villa!! Throughout history, large numbers of castles, farmhouses, and monasteries were built across Italy- but now there’s not such an interest in keeping them maintained. It’s a shame because they are integral to the character of the landscape, so the authorities came up with a plan to rescue them. 4. New Jersey Mansion ($10) As you know, it’s not easy, or necessarily affordable, to buy a mansion in the US, but in 2017 a New Jersey mansion went on sale for…. 10 dollars! Yes you heard that right! Why just $10?? Of course, there are a few catches that went along with it. 3. Sardinia ($1) Sardinia is a beautiful island off the coast of Italy. The town of Ollolai is in the mountain region of the island, with views out across the fields, and has plenty of uninhabited houses available! In the past 50 years, the number of people in the town has more than halved and, with an aging population, there are very few births each year. 2. Mansion in Columbia ($170,000) If you’ve got a bit more cash, but want a great deal, then this mansion might interest you…. It was on sale for 170,000 dollars! See, amazing mansions aren’t only for the extremely wealthy!! Here you can see this beautiful home that was for sale on Zillow. 1. Mansion in Indiana ($190,000) Now on to Muncie, Indiana! This mansion was on sale for 190,000 dollars! While that might sound like a lot at this point, it’s an absolute bargain when you see what it has to offer. With 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms across 6,080 square feet, which includes more than an acre of land, the property has enough room to park 20 cars outside- you know, for all those dinner parties you are going to throw! Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!

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Real estate and housing market trends 2019

In this episode, we discuss the real estate and housing market trends for 2019 and if it’s too late get into the market. 💬 Remember to get check out our rent vs own calculator: https://stories.brookfieldresidential… About this video: Wondering if now is the best time to get into the real estate market? In this episode, we discuss the housing and real estate trends for 2019 and beyond. We discuss trends for mortgage rates, home types, if 2019 is still a good year to buy a home and expectations into the fall market. #realestatetrends #housingmarket #housingtrends

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How to Do Real Estate Marketing in 2019

There’s a reason why real estate gets hit the hardest during a recession: Everyone is focused on short term sales over brand. That’s why I genuinely believe I’d dominate if I decided to start a brokerage. I would take lower commissions, build brand, and win in the long term. In this Q&A, I answer a lot of questions from real estate agents at Agent2021 about how to leverage social media to sell real estate in 2019! — If you haven’t joined my #FirstInLine community, you need to jump on it ASAP! By joining #FirstInLine, my messaging program, you get details on exclusive giveaways that I’m doing, updates regarding my keynotes/conferences, and more 😉 You can join here: https://garyvee.com/JoinFIL Thank you for watching this video. I hope that you keep up with the daily videos I post on the channel, subscribe, and share your learnings with those that need to hear it. Your comments are my oxygen, so please take a second and say ‘Hey’ ;).

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