Edmonton Real Estate Blog

Edmonton Real Estate Stats November 2015

Although Edmonton is currently in a Buyer’s Market, prices are headed downward. There are many factors for this; the time of year, inventory, oil and the biggest of all the Alberta economy. If you are looking a deal now may be the time to buy…

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

Alot 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...