Edmonton Real Estate Blog

What is a Real Property Report and Why Do You Need One?

A lot of paperwork is par for the course when buying a new home and many first time homeowners will probably be hearing about some of these for the first time. One piece of paperwork that is absolutely necessary before buying a home is a Real Property Report. Simply put, the Real Property Report is a legally binding document that defines the property lines and lists the structures. So why is this needed? It provides so much more, including protection for buyers and sellers.

Receive a Comprehensive Guide to Property Boundaries

All residents of Edmonton will have their Real Property Report prepared by a surveyor from the Alberta Land Surveyor's Association. The representative will conduct a thorough survey of the land to determine the exact property lines and boundaries as well as all the structures that are currently on the property. The Real Property Report is a legal document that lets owners know if their home is in violation of any zoning bylaws and is necessary for...

Edmonton Real Estate Stats October 2015

Right you could say that the Edmonton Real Estate Market is on somewhat of a “Slippery Slope”. Even though prices rose by roughly 1% - 2% mainly due to the luxury market, sales are still down compared to last year, but the overall inventory has increased quite a bit compared to October 2014…

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